Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow announced the opening of its new Park Suites.
Tony Chi - a renowned architect, who created hospitality masterpieces such as Park Hyatt Shanghai and Park Hyatt Washington , has been engaged to oversee the transformation of 5 star Ararat Park Hyatt hotel in Moscow. The new design, sleek yet cosy, understated and intimate reflects the vast experience and creativity of Mr. Chi and his associates.
The Park Suites were designed to provide the comfort and feel of a private home, an apartment perched over the cityscape of Moscow. To ensure this vision, suites have two entrances, one for service and one for guests. Guests enter into an arrival foyer, a dazzling "jewellery box" of intricate mirror work, before settling into each suite. The Park Suite provides a cosy living room to relax or socialise; however, it also offers a comfortable study niche as well.
State-of-the-art room management system, separate working desk, complimentary Internet connection and Geneva iPod docking station make rooms a perfect business destination. Each guestroom features incredibly soft Frette linens to ensure a good night's sleep. Glittering mirror glass and rich oak wood panels surround the generous bathrooms, with rainfall shower heads, three silver sinks, and amenities from legendary Parisian parfumeur Blaise Mautin . Each tub has a turned leg terri-cloth ottoman at its side - perfect for relaxing with the poetry of Pushkin while drawing the bathwater."Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow's transformation has brought a new level of contemporary luxury to Moscow providing for an enhanced guest experience," commented Park Hyatt Moscow's General Manager Stephen Ansell .