Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow
What We Love
- Fabulous indoor pool complex with heated pool, whirlpool, sauna steam room and Roman bath
- Fun for foodies, with lavish Sunday brunch buffets in winter and hour-long cooking classes
- Quantum Spa & Health Club is a favorite with Muscovites as well as tourists
- Super central location within walking distance of the Red Square
What To Know
- Visas are required for all foreign nationals entering Russia – the hotel provides visa support letters for guests
- Street noise can reach lower floor rooms; light sleepers, book higher up
- Breakfast is not included in the room rate
- Although the hotel has a few non-smoking zones, smoking is permitted in hotels in Russia
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
This five-star property isn’t just located in the heart of Moscow, it’s part of what makes the city so vibrant — the Conservatory Lounge and Bar is celebrated for its modern design and stunning views of the city’s domes, towers and turrets; Enoki, the in-house Japanese restaurant, is a favorite among Moscow’s elite; the Quantum Spa is one of the best in town; and there’s a complete restoration of the city’s landmark 1960s Cafe Ararat Armenian restaurant on the ground floor. Odes to contemporary luxury, the 206 rooms and suites offer a spa-like respite from the bustle of Moscow with clean lines, warm textures (burnished woods, caramel leather, chocolate cottons) and mirrored-glass and oak bathrooms with deep-soak tubs, heated floors, rainshowers and Blaise Mautin products.
In the Area
History, culture, or…shopping. You’ll have to make a choice—or stay long enough to explore all three. And you won’t need o hop in a cab to do so. Red Square is just steps from the hotel and lined with the top monuments of Moscow’s past, from the Kremlin Museum to St. Basil’s Cathedral to Lenin’s Mausoleum. You can also walk to the Bolshoi Theatre to take in a performance of the famed Opera or Ballet. And if you’re feeling more acquisitive than inquisitive, the shopping hub of Tverskaya Street, and the legendary malls GUM and TSUM are short strolls away.
How to Get There
I stayed at the hotel for 2 nights while in Moscow on business. My room was plush and well appointed, the restaurants all served delicious food, and all the staff that I encountered were helpful and friendly. I spent a little bit of time in the health centre as well, relaxing in the spa. I would heartily recommend this hotel, and I should also mention that the location is superb for central Moscow.
Arrived early in the morning and was warmly welcomed. Was asked if I would like to join Hyatt programme and because if the welcome duely did so. Nicely appointed room and very good lighting other than in the bathroom, whereby the light is situated directly sink which does not really work and creates shadows onto your face. Breakfast was pretty good but could offer a better variety. Room service very good but on one evening was delivered with a room service rolling table and the next just in a tray. Staff were very polite and helpful throughout the stay. Will be back
I was only here for 2 nights for a business trip. Firstly I'll start by saying the lopcation is fantastic, only 5/10 mins to the red square yet a great business hotel. The property is modern and functional. The staff are very friendly and helpful with genuine smiles at the front desk.
I didn't use many of the facilities, we had dinner at the roof top bar (indoors) which has great views over the city. The food was excellent and service there too, definitely a very comfortable venue. The rooms are well appointed, I didn't have much of a view but the room was adeqately appointed with automated blinds. I did like the bathroom design, a lot of mirrors but it was quirly with a very welcoming bath, especially with Russian winter weather! I had cold breakfast included in my room rate which surprised me. I'm gluten intolerant and they had plenty of options, chia seed pudding, delivious gluten free pastries too and bread I was impressed!
It's a great place to stay, we visited the Four Seasons for dinner one night which is very close by, which I would say is much larger and is also very nice , but usually a bit more pricier that Park Hyatt from what I saw and a little less personal.
I'd definitely recommend this hotel for those visiting Moscow.
Great location, a stone's throw away from the Red Square, Nikolskya St, the Bolshoi and the upmarket fashion shops. Not the greatest food offerings but it does boast a bar with fabulous evening views of downtown Moscow. Rooms are modern and nothing short of the standards expected of a Park Hyatt hotel. Excellent service with very helpful staff, most of whom were very comfortable with communicating in english
Despite the fact that I stayed for 32 hours the hotel location was very strategic next to the main district of Moscow in walking distance to all the touristic areas, staff is very friendly and the room are nicely furnished and decorated. Lobby is a blend of art Deco and the quality of service is good. I recommend this hotel if u are coming for the first time to Moscow since It save a lot of time and give you the opportunity to discover the history of the city fairly quickly