Ararat Park Hyatt

Moscow, Russia

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    Airy and residential; a fresh eye on Moscow

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    Airy and residential; a fresh eye on Moscow

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    Airy and residential; a fresh eye on Moscow

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    Airy and residential; a fresh eye on Moscow

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    Airy and residential; a fresh eye on Moscow

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    Airy and residential; a fresh eye on Moscow

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    Airy and residential; a fresh eye on Moscow

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    Airy and residential; a fresh eye on Moscow

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    Airy and residential; a fresh eye on Moscow

Why we choose Ararat Park Hyatt

History comes alive from every window in this exceptionally located five-star luxury hotel

  • Indoor swimming pool overlooks the Bolshoi Theatre
  • You gotta have faith: There’s a chapel on the ninth floor
  • Famed Café Ararat is the best Armenian restaurant in Moscow

Most people don’t come to Moscow very often, so when they do, it should be memorable. A good place to start is Ararat Park Hyatt. Their brand of luxury is modern and full-service—the diverse dining options and noteworthy spa are good examples. They also deliver on service, with delicious touches like fresh fruit in your room every morning.

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We suggest

All the rooms are recently refurbished, but we’d definitely choose a Bolshoi Theater view.

What you need to know about the hotel

A residential-style hotel that knows how to cater to discerning travelers

  • Architectural Digest ranks the Conservatory Bar & Lounge one of the best bars in the world, thanks to its contemporary design
  • Cooking classes at the hotel range from cocktail making to Russian and Japanese cuisine to pastries
  • The Presidential Suite is a two-level penthouse with original paintings and a marble master bath with heated floor

The Ararat Park Hyatt is a fresh take on Russian luxury, infused with a contemporary design that feels more “friend’s house” than “hotel.” The accommodations have recently undergone refurbishments that include custom-made furniture and rooms designed as a series of chambers and decorated like beautiful apartments. The suites are out of this world; pick from a two-room Park Executive, the whimsical Winter Garden or epically grand Ambassador, Diplomatic and Presidential.

Don’t miss the elegant spa where you can relax in the steam rooms and Roman baths; or take a dip in the large indoor pool.

Where is it and what's nearby

A city center location close to all of the places you want to see and things you want to do

  • For a tour or performance, visit the Bolshoi, Moscow’s oldest theatre, with its crimson and gold interiors
  • The Moscow Kremlin is one of the biggest museums in the world, featuring 60,000 artifacts from Moscow’s great tsars
  • Novodevichy Cemetery and Convent is morbidly fascinating; legends like Anton Chekhov and Nikita Khrushchev are buried there

Located in the very heart of the city, next to the Bolshoi Theatre, Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow offers some of the best views in the city. You can take in illustrious landmarks like the Kremlin, Red Square, Saint Basil’s Cathedral and the Parliament House—all just a few minutes’ walk from the hotel. It’s also close to the central business district and decent shopping options.

How to enjoy Moscow

Candy-striped onion domes and point-perfect ballet, Moscow is a center of commerce and a 24-hour party town. Rich cultural heritage melds seamlessly into its 21st century incarnation, creating a city that buzzes with the sensation that things are happening here and now

  • Visit the Novodevichy Cemetery for a who’s who of Russian culture. Notable residents include Prokofiev, Shostakovich and Chekhov
  • Submit to Moscow’s nightlife. It has the well-earned reputation of hosting the world’s best bars and nightclubs  
  • Sample some of the many honeys at the gorgeous Pushkin Café, where you can enjoy afternoon tea and cake or a sumptuous dinner

For the quintessential Moscow tour, take the Metro (you’ll thank us for that tip, it is like no other public transport in the world), put on your walking shoes and saunter from Theatre Square to Red Square. Your route will take in the beautiful Bolshoi Theater and the palatial facade of the Metropol Hotel. Cross Manezh Square (the site of a huge underground shopping mall and respite from the bitter winters) and enter Red Square through the Resurrection Gate.

Red Square itself is a synonym for today’s Moscow. Near the center you will find Lenin’s Mausoleum, his waxen face still on view. At one side is the vast and imposing Kremlin, with its red fort walls, majestic towers and gold domed cathedrals. Facing it is a vast department store, albeit the State Department Store. And at the end, perhaps the most idiosyncratically beautiful of all of Moscow’s landmarks, St Basil’s Cathedral.


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    When to visit Moscow

    Brave the seriously sub-zero conditions to experience the romance of Moscow in the snow. Visit in winter and you can also catch the Vyugovey, an amazing exhibition of ice sculptures at the Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics.

  • We say

    A large hotel with residential touches.

  • We say

    A splendid location within walking distance of the most important sights. 


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Ararat Park Hyatt, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Full breakfast daily for up to two in-room guests
  • US $100 equivalent food & beverage credit to be utilized during stay
  • Guaranteed 4pm late check-out

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