Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow is located in the heart of Moscow and is within walking distance of Red Square, the Kremlin, and Saint Basil’s Cathedral. The luxury department stores TsUM and GUM are also nearby. The hotel was renovated in 2012 and and was designed by world famous architect Tony Chi.
The hotel has 185 spacious newly renovated rooms and 26 expansive suites which are ranked among the most elegant hotel accommodation options in Moscow.
Ararat Park Hyatt has 5 dining venues, including, Café Ararat, Moscow’s landmark restaurant serving Armenian specialties; the Conservatory Lounge & Bar, on the 10th floor of the hotel with excellent panoramic views over Red Square and the Bolshoi Theatre; the elegant Neglinka Lounge, located at the lobby level forming part of its atrium; The Park Restaurant, opened for breakfast; and Enoki, a modern, minimalist Japanese restaurant.
Quantum Spa & Health Club features a fitness centre, treatment rooms and indoor swimming pool.
35km / 1-2 hrs from Sheremetyevo Airport (SVO) 55km / 2hrs from Domodedovo Airport (DME) 45km / 90 minutes from Vnukovo Airport (VKO) 3 km / 20-40 minutes from Belarus Train Station Travel times may vary due to Moscow's notorious traffic.
May to June / September