The Ararat Park Hyatt is located in the center of Moscow, within the immediate vicinity of the Bolshoi Theatre and only a few minutes' walk from the Kremlin, Red Square, the Parliament of Russia and Moscow's central business district. A timeless, world-class, residential style hotel designed with the discerning traveler in mind. The hotel offers state of the art facilities and dining options with Cafe Ararat, considered one of the city's gastronomic landmarks.
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Stunning views of The Bolshoi Theatre, Neglinnaya Street or a beautiful courtyard welcome you to a contemporary 35-sq.-metre room offering one king with plush linens and feather duvets and generous work area with complimentary wireless Internet access. Exclusive amenities include bath with soaking tub, walk-in shower and heated floor, bathrobes and slippers, and Blaise Mautin toiletries.
The Park Deluxe King room offer a stylish and unique interior, as well as stunning views of The Bolshoi Theatre, Neglinnaya Street or a beautiful courtyard. This newly-renovated 45-50 sq.-metre deluxe room features contemporary design and a state-of-the-art room management system. Each room features one king bed with luxurious linens, custom-made furniture, work desk with complimentary wireless Internet access, dining or coffee table, iPod docking station and Illy coffee machine. A generous bathroom with gleaming mirrored glass and rich oak wood panels offers heated floors, a rain shower and signature amenities from Blaise Mautin. Interconnecting room options are available.
The hotel offers state of the art facilities and dining option. Cafe Ararat, replicates Moscow's Cafe Ararat of the 1960s, considered one of the city's gastronomic landmarks, specializes in traditional Armenian cuisine. Part restaurant for continental European dinning, and Enoki, the Japanese Sushi Bar.
The hotel offers a well euipped fitness facility, Quantum Spa and Health Club, which houses a heated indoor pool, dry sauna, steam bath, spacious Roman bath, gymnasium, juice bar and treatment rooms for a wide array of massage and beauty treatments. This modern hotel is one of Moscow's best accomodations choices.