The hotel has an excellent location, betwen the Bolshoi theatre and Lyubyanka. Red Square is also very close so if you want to be in the heart of the city, it is a great option.
The hotel's bedrooms are beautifully designed and offer stunning views of The Bolshoi Theatre, the Kremlin and other nearby streets. Classic style is teamed with large windows and lovely bathrooms to create some of Moscow's nicest accomodation.
Another strongpoint of the hotel, the spacious lobby and wealth of restaurants makes time outside of your room very enjoyable.
Eating and drinking
The Ararat Park has five options for eating and drinking, providing a great deal more choice than many of Moscow's other hotels. Cafe Ararat features authentic Armenian specialties,and helpful staff are more than happy to make recommendations if you are not familiar with the country's cuisine. The Park Restaurant serves dishes, which are likely to be more familiar to guests, while Enoki is a decent sushi bar. The Conservatory Lounge and Bar offers light meals and cocktails as well as stunning views over Red Square.
The fitness facilities in the hotel housed in the Quantum Fitness Centre are fantastic. There are a range of machines for weight-based and cardiovascular work outs, as well as a juice bar and personal trainer on hand 24 hours a day. The spa should satisfy anyone looking to focus on relaxation and pampering during their stay.
The Ararat Park has excellent service, on a par with Europe's best hotels.
Who stays there
Celebrities, Business people, older travellers
The hotel is expensive, even by Moscow standards, but the quality of services and facilities makes it worth the splurge.
- Business Centre
- Fitness Centre
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Swimming Pool
- Business travellers
- Mature travellers
- Sporty types
- Great views / scenery
Pros & Cons
- fitness and relaxation facilities