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Celebrate the Festive Season at Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow

Christmas and New Year activities have commenced in Moscow with the first December snow and celebrations lasting until the 7th January - Russian Orthodox Christmas. With the new pedestrian areas opened on Kuznetsky Most, Stoleshnikov and Kamergersky Streets, numerous Russian-themed fairs with traditional decorations, craftwork, gifts and souvenirs, 'medovuha' - a honey hot drink - and freshly baked blinis are all within walking distance of the Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow. Browse the array of Christmas sweets and goods whilst enjoying a pleasant walk and sightseeing, a great programme of festive shows are on offer - all with Russian themes.

After a Christmas stroll along the bustling city centre, why not try some outdoor skating at the 3,000 square meter ice rink on Red Square. Then, wind down the evening and enjoy the view over the Kremlin red stars and Bolshoi Theatre with a shot of vodka with 'pirozhki' cakes (from approx £7.45* per person) at Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow’s Ice bar on the 10th floor (opening end of December 2013). A special Christmas menu at Conservatory Lounge & Bar will be available from 23rd to 29th December and will include: the finest duck foie gras terrine, celery & pomegranate salad, duck confit with glazed apple, baked root vegetable and gravy orange sauce, Christmas seafood stew; and for dessert, delicious red currant slice with chocolate sauce and peanut shortbread.

For those searching for a truly pampering experience, the perfect way to relax mind and body is to visit Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow’s Quantum Spa & Health Club. Here, guests can find a luxurious escape from the stresses and strains of the festive season, and rediscover and rejuvenate their senses with a wide range of spa treatments and massages available.

Finally, catch up with a much-deserved rest in the sleek yet cozy, understated and intimate interiors of Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow’s new guest rooms, designed by famous architect, Tony Chi. This holiday season, the hotel is offering a  seasonal 20% discount off the daily rate for stays from 7th December 2013 - 31st January 2014. With the special discount, a standard Park King room for two people starts at £237* per night, excluding VAT and breakfast. Bookings should be made at least seven days in advance.

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