In one of the most famous hotels in Moscow Ararat Park Hyatt in the late summer of 2011 will began a major project on updating the rooms and the lobby. Renovation, which will completely transform the hotel, will include several stages and will be completed in summer 2012. Doors of the hotel will be opened throughout the renovation, since it practically does not affect the ability of the Ararat Park Hyatt to receive guests and provide them with services of the highest level.
As a result of the multi-million dollar project 204 rooms and the lobby will be completely transformed. Tony Chi, the recognized master of interior design, who designed such hotels as the Park Hyatt Shanghai and Park Hyatt Washington, was invited to develop a new concept of the Ararat Park Hyatt hotel in Moscow. His design combines innovation and comfort, laconic and coziness and is another sign of professionalism, originality and creativeness of Mr. Chi and his team. During the reconstruction will be used new architectural solutions, non-standard decorations, unique lighting and new furniture to complete the image of an updated hotel.
The hotel will have 204 rooms, 32 of which are suites. The six suites will have its own terraces with the views of the golden domes of Moscow's churches and the main sights, including the Red Square and the Bolshoi Theatre. Spacious rooms of 35 square meters, high ceilings up to three meters and double glass panes - all this is a guarantee of peace and quiet in the room. In each room are available softest linens, gleaming mirror-like surfaces, gorgeous oak panels, spacious bathrooms with large basins and rain showers. Each bathroom is equipped with elegant ottoman on curved legs, where you can settle with a small volume of Pushkin and wait until the bathtub is filled. The hotel will also have four luxury suites of 250 square meters with individual design. Each of these rooms will be built in its unique style that reflects the spirit of Moscow as well as Armenian roots of the hotel.
All the elements of the new design are perfectly combined with each other, whether it is a plate glass, smoky oak, leather or limestone. Together they create stylish and original space, which harmoniously fits into the multi-faceted image of Moscow. Due to the smart room zonal division, cozy and comfortable furniture and unobtrusive decor the rooms will keep a sense of warmth and home comfort. Wooden panels from floor to ceiling and rich fabrics of the curtains gently frame the views of the historic Moscow. Such natural materials as smoky oak and skillfully crafted limestone counterbalance gloss of plate surfaces and lamps.
Talking about the plans of the Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow hotel, the General Manager Steven Ansell said: "For Moscow, the new design of the Ararat Park Hyatt hotel will be an example of modern luxury, which will give our guests an unforgettable experience. No wonder experienced travelers, who value their personal space, individual approach and high standards of service, choose our Moscow hotel. Further we intend to maintain an excellent level of service and become a model of the Moscow modern luxury hotel".
according to press-release
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