About Ararat Park Moscow
Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow boasts sophisticated upscale accommodations near the Red Square, Bolshoi Theatre, and TSUM luxury department store.
Recently renovated and redesigned, all rooms and suites are air conditioned and feature a flat screen TV, minibar, and a personal safe. The bathrooms are outfitted with a rainfall shower head and a deep soaking tub, and bathrobes and slippers are provided for added comfort. Pets are welcome in select rooms with prior arrangements.
Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow boasts a full service spa, indoor pool, and a fitness centre. For added convenience, the hotel offers 24-hour reception, a business centre, laundry service, and shuttle service.
Five dining options exist onsite, including the gorgeous Conservatory Lounge & Bar, located on the rooftop, and Café Ararat, known for its delicious authentic Armenian dishes.
Guests will be within a 15-minute walk of the Kremlin and St. Basil’s Cathedral, as well as high-end shopping on Stoleshnikov, Tverskaya Street, or Tretyakovsky Drive.
Location, Location, Location!
The hotel boasts one of the best locations in Moscow, just steps from the Red Square, first-class luxury shopping, and world-famous performing art venues. Endless dining options can be found only a short stroll away in the Kuznetskiy Most area, China Town, and Myasnitskaya Street. You’ll also be only a block from Bolshoi Theatre, so you don’t have to worry about being late to the show. Getting anywhere in the city is easy with the vast and well-planned public transportation system, or you can request shuttle service in the hotel’s own Mercedes.
High Class Hospitality
Guests were very impressed with the facilities and the quality of customer service provided at the hotel. The 24-hour gym is said to be very well-equipped, the indoor pool is very pleasant, and the spa provides a perfect place to escape. In addition, the high level of hospitality at this hotel was impressive to many and exceeded expectations again and again. Guests said they felt welcome from the moment they walked in, and were delighted at the attentiveness of the staff. Language barriers were also not an issue, as everyone speaks English here.
The Conservatory Lounge
If you’re looking for a breath-taking experience, visit the Conservatory Lounge, situated on the hotel’s rooftop terrace, which boasts incredible views of Moscow. The breakfast buffet is served here, but guests recommend coming in the evening for drinks as well. This bar is considered the highlight of the hotel, and was named one of the best parts in the world for its architectural design.