Ararat Park Hyatt
This luxurious five-star hotel is one of the most popular hotels in Moscow, perfectly located between the fashionable Kuznetsky Most area and the historical Kitai Gorod. A fine example of modern Moscow, it seamlessly blends the old and the new, the traditional and the ultra-contemporary.
The marbled pillars and grand exterior do not quite prepare you for the very modern atrium, with its dark wooden reception, steel and glass elevators and the all-important ‘feng-shui’ water around the lobby bar. The 216 rooms are spacious and comfortably decorated in a minimalist style.
The Café Ararat, named after the original café that occupied the site in the 1960s, offers you the chance to sample authentic Armenian cuisine. And some of the best views of Moscow can be enjoyed from the spectacular Conservatory Lounge & Bar on the 10th floor, while Sunday brunch at The Park Restaurant is fantastic. For those after a little bit of sushi the minimalist Enoki Japanese restaurant has an organic construct and wonderfully fresh fish.