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
- Handicap Accessible
- 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
The room wasn’t cleaned, and poor service at breakfast.
I was shocked by having to ask three different staff at breakfast just for butter for my toast- no one returned or apologized!
The room wasn’t cleaned all day after returning at 10pm the room spelt really bad of drainage.
Do not even thin about staying at the Four Seasons instead of here. The staff are beyond slick and helpful, you never hear the word no! Rooms a large and Park Hyatt chic. Bed, bedding and plumbing all excellent.
I stayed for here for 4 nights and thoroughly enjoyed it. The hotel is very close to Red Square, a myriad of restaurants and superb shopping. Moscow, itself, is a fantastic place to visit and often overlooked. This is hotel is very clean and well maintained and, of course, has a super location. I had a package which included breakfasts and the breakfast were very good. I am a longtime runner and inquired if there were any suggested routes. The front desk person, promptly printed out 4 recommended routes!