The Hyatt Hotels Corporation and VTB Arena Park announced the project launch of Hyatt Regency Moscow, expected to open in 2015. This will be part of the Arena Park redevelopment, which includes Moscow’s famed Dynamo football stadium.
Hyatt Regency Moscow is expected to become a prime destination for social and business functions, hosting guests ranging from all government and corporate. It will feature 297 guestrooms, of which 40 of those are suites and 56 of them fully-furnished luxury apartments. The hotel will also include meeting and ballroom space, four food and beverage locations, a spa and fitness centre and will offer guests aces to a new football stadium, ice hockey/basketball arena, retail and entertainment outlets, offices and residences. As if that wasn’t enough, the hotel will also offer its guests proximity to public transportation and the Kremlin, a place where key business and shopping districts await.
Hyatt Regency Moscow is part of three other Hyatt and Hyatt Regency Hotels in development around Russia. It will be an addition to current Hyatt-branded hotels in Russia including Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow and Hyatt Regency Ekateringburg.