Just around the corner from the Bolshoi Theatre, the Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow is a contemporary hotel with a no-nonsense attitude to luxury. Its rooms – from sleek monochrome affairs to presidential and penthouse suites with striking marble bathrooms, impressive views of the city and plush living areas that spare nothing in the way of comfort and sparkling chandeliers – are supremely smart, with a level of service to match.
Besides restaurants that serve regional and international flavours, the hotel’s flagship is in fact Armenian; specialties, teas and cognacs are prepared using ingredients that come straight from the country. Culture and world-class shopping are both moments away, but with its sleek spa and conservatory terrace bar that overlooks the Red Square, the Ararat Park Hyatt presents a welcome respite when the day is done.
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