Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow to be renovated

 Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow has announced the renovation of all guestrooms and its lobby area. The transformation will be divided into several phases, with the lobby scheduled to be the last area to close for renovation in the late summer 2012.

The scope of the multimillion dollar project will feature a complete redesign of the hotel’s 204 guest rooms and its lobby. Architect Tony Chi, known for creating Park Hyatt Shanghai and Park Hyatt Washington, will oversee the transformation of Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow.

Of the hotel’s 204 rooms, 32 are suites, six of which have terraces overlooking the Red Square and Bolshoi Theatre. Starting at 35 square meters, the guestrooms have up to three-meter ceilings, and double glazed windows. Each newly renovated room will feature mirror glass and oak wood panels surrounding the bathrooms that will offer rainfall shower heads, and oversized sinks. Four top suites will feature unique layouts of up to 250 square meters, each with a signature design approach.


Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow (room)


Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow (living room)
Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow (foyer)

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