Winter Garden Suites and Park Executive Suites have a simple, yet modern style, separate living and sleeping quarters, and may come with an outdoor terrace. The Park Suite – the smallest of the suite offerings – offers extra touches such as design lighting and two separate rooms for added space and privacy. The Diplomatic Suite has a Baroque interior, original artwork, a premium open bar, and an Italian marble bath with a walk-in shower. The Penthouse Suite offers amenities such as a private dinner by a personal chef, two floors with separate quarters on the upper floor that includes a full bar, and a marble jacuzzi with a full mirror television. Finally, the Presidential Suite, one of Moscow’s largest suites, offers crystal chandeliers with contemporary art, a living area, formal dining space for eight, a kitchen, and two baths with a sauna.
During leisure time, guests can arrange a city tour through the Hotel Concierge, or take advantage of some of the many activities – such as cooking classes and a personal training session – offered at the hotel. Full relaxation is offered at the Quantum Spa Health Club, which has a heated indoor pool, a dry sauna, a steam bath, and a Roman bath. The center also has a full gym with modern equipment, private treatment rooms for face and body treatments, and a juice bar.
Ten conference rooms and a business center are available at the hotel to ensure that your events are flawlessly executed, and the variety of on-site dining options ensure that guests have access to well-known, quality restaurants. Cafe Ararat is a well-known restaurant serving Armenian dishes with ingredients imported directly from Armenia. Enoki serves Japanese cuisine in a modern and minimalist setting, and The Park Restaurant is open for breakfast and Sunday brunch. Neglinka Lounge is known for coffee, tea, and pastries in an elegant space bathed in natural sunlight, and the Conservatory Lounge & Bar offers panoramic city views and contemporary design with a trendy, fashionable evening crowd.