Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow

The Ararat Park Hyatt is the most modern of the luxury hotels in central Moscow and often regarded as the best, all just a few minutes walk from the city’s most iconic landmarks and next door to the Bolshoi.

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There are 206 rooms and suites with king size beds, linen sheets and mirrored glass bathrooms. The glass theme continues throughout the hotel creating an impressive sense of space.

The Ararat Park Hyatt is home to some of Moscow's finest dining experiences, including Café Ararat, famed for its excellent quality Armenian specialties. The elegant Neglinka Lounge in the lobby serves drinks and light meals and beverages throughout the day while the Park Restaurant concentrates on European breakfasts and brunches. Finally, the Enoki restaurant specialises in sushi.

The Quantum Spa and Health Club is one of the best in Moscow, with state-of-the-art fitness heated indoor pool, dry sauna, hammam steam bath, juice bar and spa treatment rooms offering a wide range of treatments. There is also an indoor pool.

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Most of Moscow's beautiful people seem to either be guests or staff at the Ararat Park Hyatt, so make sure to dress up to the nines.

Harriet, Original Traveller


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