Park Hyatts continue to set the standard. We arrived (two couples) at approximately 5:30 PM - long, awful ride from the airport but with so much luggage, a train was out of the question. Our friends had free nights from the Hyatt Visa. I had reserved three award nights in a suite - the Park Suite King according to my reservation.
We were warmly welcomed and we taken to our room. Much to my shock and delight, I had been upgraded to the Wintergarden Suite - an incredible suite with its own solarium overlooking the Bolshoi Theater. Hard to put into words how special this room is. I lost my Diamond status in February so this was even more of a pleasant surprise.
The only problem we ran into was the internet was not working. After a few calls, we left for dinner (more about that later) and returned a few hours later to discover they had installed a separate wireless router in our room. That took care of the problem and was extremely proactive. Amazingly, when we returned from the ballet that night, there was a fruit plate waiting for us with apologies for our inconvenience!
Dinner the first night was on the 10th floor. It was a beautiful night and we sat outside, overlooking the Bolshoi. We had a lovely meal. The only downside is that the wines are ultra-pricey. We have an all-inclusive cruise from St Petersburg in a few days so we all decided to hold off on the wine until them! I did have a local beer that was fine.
The hotel concierge was very helpful in getting us tickets for the Bolshoi. I do have to say that every single staff member we have interacted with has been warm, professional and helpful - all you could ask for. In addition, the location of this hotel is pretty near perfect for a trip to Moscow.
As I said, I remain impressed by the Park Hyatt brand and the manager should be commended for assuring that this hotel stands at the very pinnacle of the PH brand. I could not imagine a better stay!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow is a world-class, residential-style hotel designed for the discerning traveller. It is superbly located in the heart of Moscow, adjacent to the Bolshoi Theatre and only five minutes walk from the Kremlin, Red Square and the central business district of Moscow. The hotel offers 206 tastefully furnished and luxurious guestrooms designed by Tony Chi, including 32 suites, the Park restaurant which features modern European cuisine and authentic Armenian specialities in the contemporary settings of Cafe Ararat, the simple and elegant Japanese sushi bar Enoki, and the rooftop Conservatory lounge with stunning views of the city. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow Hotel Moscow
- Hyatt Moscow
- Moscow Hyatt