Moscow: three new highlights

Moscow's hotel inventory is being boosted with these three new developments.

Ararat Park Moscow: The 206-room, five-star property opened its newly-renovated Winter Garden suites in October last year, which offer a conservatory-like terrace salon, both an extension of the living room and the bedroom.

Moscow Marriott Hotel Crocus City: The hotel is due to open in 2016 and will be part of Marriott’s signature global brand, Marriott Hotels, and will be located within a new shopping and residential complex in Crocus City, a satellite city of Moscow and well-known business district. 

Ibis Moscow Dynamo: 20 minutes by taxi from Sheremetyevo Airport and close to Belorussky train station, the hotel is ideally located for attractions including Petrovsky Park and the CSKA Ice Palace arena, as well as the city centre. The conference facilities at the hotel are suitable for business events, from meetings and training sessions to conferences. The hotel offers 317 modern and stylish rooms, and guests can visit the ibis Kitchen restaurant.

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