Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow
based on 7 nights
per person for a 5 night stay including transfers
At a Glance
Excellent central location
Fantastic roof level restaurant with views over the city
Attentive and friendly service
Indoor swimming pool
Host of treatments available at the hotel's spa
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
The main tourist season is between June and August, when the weather is the warmest. Standout seasons to visit Moscow are late spring (May or June) and early autumn (September or October), when the city’s parks are filled with flowering trees or colourful leaves.
The deepest, darkest part of winter is undeniably cold but if you are prepared it can be an adventure. Furs and vodka keep people warm and snow-covered landscapes are picturesque. A solid snowpack covers the ground from November to March. The city gets fired up to ring in the New Year, when Muscovites emerge from their warm homes into the winter night for free concerts and fireworks.
The Ararat Park Hyatt Hotel is a very luxurious property, well located in a quiet side street in the centre of the city. It is within easy reach of the Kremlin and Red Square, as well as the newly reopened Bolshoi Theatre.
Although part of the Park Hyatt chain, the Ararat hotel has its own history and character that sets is aside from other hotels. Founded by a well to do Armenian family, it still has an Armenian chapel on the top floor and the restaurant serves the best Armenian specialities in town!
The hotel, which opened in 2001, has a very modern and stylish interior behind its historic 19th century facade. The clever use of glass in the atrium means the interiors are filled with natural light.
The guest rooms and suites are very tastefully decorated and feature plush linens and feather duvets as well as views over either the gardens, the courtyard, the Neglinnaya boulevard, or the Bolshoi Theatre.
The hotel has three restaurants which you can choose to dine at. They focus on Armenian, Russian, European and Japanese inspired dishes.
Ararat Park Hyatt boasts 216 fabulous rooms to include 21 superb suites.The tastefully furnished luxury rooms are individually designed, projecting a cosmopolitan yet very residential feel. The rooms all feature exquisite bedding to give you a restful night's sleep and the expected amenities such as a flat screen TV, interne and fresh fruit.
Children are welcome to come and stay at Ararat Park Hyatt. There are inter-connecting rooms available to comfortably accommodate families and babysitting can be arranged upon request if required.
The hotel has three main restaurants: the ground floor Cafe Ararat serving Armenian and Russian specialities, the Park Restaurant, serving beautifully presented International and European dishes, and the classy Enoki, a modern, minimal Japanese eatery.
The top floor conservatory lounge and bar also offer light meals, pastries and cocktails, and has a picturesque view over the Kremlin with the Bolshoi theatre below.
Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow hotel offers the Quantum Spa and Health Club, a state-of-the-art fitness facility including a heated indoor pool, dry sauna, steam bath, spacious Roman bath, gymnasium, juice bar and spa treatment rooms for a wide array of massage and beauty treatments.
Cordelia Nicholls (Staff)
The rooms are beautifully designed with all natural materials making them a really relaxing haven to come back to after a busy day in the city. The pool in the spa is amazing, not to mention the rooftop bar! Delicious food and lots of exciting drinks and cocktails - the service is impeccable.
James Ferguson (Staff)
The standard of service at the Ararat Hotel was very impressive, and I loved the top floor conservatory bar with its spectacular views over the city.
A guided visit of the Kremlin and the Armoury Chamber
The Kremlin is the fortified centre of Moscow, and the centre of Russian goverment under the Czars and, before that, the Soviets. Explore the Territory and Cathedrals as well as the famous Armoury Museum.
Cold War Bunker
The Cold War Museum is based in the former top-secret Soviet command post, N42, known more simply as GO-42. Thanks to "Perestroika", you now have the opportunity to visit one of the Soviet Union’s "underground command posts".
Moscow Panoramic City Tour
Visit the highlights of Moscow with your expert guide, including the Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral before soaking up the views at Sparrow Hills.
Location & directions
Located on Neglinnaya street in the very heart of the city, within immediate vicinity to the Bolshoi Theatre and only few minutes walk from the Kremlin, Red Square and Saint Basil’s Cathedral.