Middle East travellers can now enjoy luxury at its best during the holiday season at Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow – one of the most sophisticated and luxurious hotels of its kind in Russia.
Located in the very heart of the city, within immediate vicinity of the Bolshoi Theatre, and only a few minutes walk from the Kremlin, Red Square, the Parliament house, and the central business district, Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow is a timeless, world-class, residential-style hotel designed for the discerning Middle East traveller seeking privacy, personalized service and outstanding quality.
“With Middle East’s growing interest in Russia as a holiday and business destination, there is an increasing demand for luxurious yet comfortable properties that are centrally located, and Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow offers both,” said Thierry Bertin, Area Director of Marketing – Middle East, Hyatt International Hotels and Resorts.
Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow reflects the spirit of modern Moscow, and at the same time caters to the needs of international travellers. In fact, the hotel was recently selected as one of the “World’s Ten Grandest Hotels for 2007” by the UK Telegraph’s Ultra Travel Magazine,” Bertin added.
The tastefully furnished 216 spacious and luxurious guestrooms include 21 suites with individual designs that project a cosmopolitan yet very residential feel. The unique Winter Garden Suites offer breathtaking panoramic views of the Bolshoi and the Kremlin. A range of modern features and technology including complimentary high-speed Internet available in each room completes this impression.
Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow’s dining venues and lounges give guests a source of inspiration. “Café Ararat”, an Armenian specialty restaurant, is a replica of the historical Café Ararat, a landmark of Moscow during the 1960’s. “The Park Restaurant” offers an elegantly warm but informal atmosphere with special emphasis on innovative modern European cuisine.
The elegant “Neglinka Lounge” offers comfortable seating and efficient, friendly service in the contemporary atmosphere of an open atrium serving refreshments throughout the day. For the most authentic Japanese selections in Moscow, “Enoki” serves the freshest of sushi and sashimi specialties along with signature rolls, wraps and other light dishes. On the 10th floor is the “Conservatory Lounge & Bar” with panoramic views over the city, a magnificent venue for secluded business discussions, evening cocktails and fine desserts. Due to its outstanding contemporary design and unique location, the Lounge was included in the “Best Bars in the World” listing compiled by the Architectural Digest publication.