Ararat Park Hyatt Hotel in Moscow

The Ararat Park Hotel Moscow is a five-star hotel in central Moscow, built in 2002 as the Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow by Murad Sargsyan, a Russian-Armenian businessman. Today, it belongs to his brother Samvel Sargsyan, who was the governor of Armenia’s Vayots Dzor province from 2003 to 2007 and a member of the National Assembly of Armenia from 2007 to 2012 from the Republican Party of Armenia.

The hotel was constructed on the location of an Armenian restaurant from the Soviet period. The modern building encompasses elements of Armenian architecture.

The hotel is located in the historical center of Moscow near Red Square and just a few steps from the Kremlin, the Bolshoi Theatre, the State Duma building, the business center of Moscow and the legendary shopping centers TSUM and GUM.

As Moscow’s central hotel, the hotel features 211 stunning guest rooms, including 26 individually designed suites which combine elegance and homeliness.

The luxury hotel is known for its restaurants and bars in Moscow. Among them are the Ararat cafe specializing in Armenian cuisine, the Park restaurant, the Japanese restaurant Enoki and the Conservatory bar, which, thanks to its panoramic view of the center of Moscow and modern design, was included in the list of the most beautiful bars in the world according to Architectural Digest magazine.

Functional conference rooms are suitable for any event: from corporate holidays to press conferences and presentations.

Address: Neglinnaya street, 4, Moscow (entrance 1).

Nearest metro: Teatralnaya, Lubyanka, Okhotny Ryad.

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