One of the most luxurious of Moscow's hotels combines the traditional and modern, with a sparkling lobby, light and spacious rooms elegantly done with beige furniture and glass tables, and beautifully equipped bathrooms. The Café Ararat, a replica of the landmark café of the same name that stood on this site in the 1960s, serves Armenian cuisine and has design elements based on ancient Armenian culture. The Bolshoi Theatre and the Kremlin are a short walk away.
4 ul. Neglinnaya, Moscow, 109012, Russia
Aug 8, 2005
This was a lovely place to stay, a nice respite from busy days of sightseeing. Expensive but worth it. The Armenian food left something to be desired, however. Have a drink and a nosh in the top floor bar or the pate in the first floor bar instead.
Oct 18, 2004
Much to my surprise my hotel bill included car rental for 2 days and higher room rate than listed in booking - mistakes were corrected, but considering I just spend one night, this was more mistakes than one would normally expect from a five star venue