Hotel Moskva, nekadašnja Palata Rosija je hotel i nekadašnja zgrada osiguravajućeg društva Rosija u Beogradu. Smešten na uglu Kralja Milana i Balkanske ulice. Zgradu su projektovali arhitekta Jovan Ilkić i grupa arhitekata iz Sankt Peterburga. Konstruktor je bio Karlo Knol. Gradnja palate je otpočela u proleće 1905. godine, a svečano je otvorena 14. januara 1908. godine. Bila je najveća privatna zgrada u Kraljevini Srbiji, nalazila se na stotinak metara od kraljevskog dvora, na Terazijama. Građevina je na svojim zidovima imala natpis Palata Rosija.

Hotel Moskva, the former Palace Rossiya is a hotel and former insurance company building Rossiya in Belgrade. Located on the corner of King Milan and Balkan streets. The building was designed by architect Jovan Ilkić and a group of architects from St. Petersburg. Constructor was Karlo Knol. Construction of the palace began in the spring of 1905, and was officially opened on 14 January 1908. It was the largest private building in the Kingdom of Serbia, there are about a hundred meters from the royal palace at Terazije. Building had inscription Palata Rosija (Palace Rossiya) on its walls.