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The Grand Hyatt Residences & Spa which opens in December will be the highest hotel in Russia, and part of the $12 billion Moscow-City Project four km northwest of the Kremlin on the Krasnopresnenskaya Embankment. Intended to become a new downtown for Moscow, at the centre of the Moscow-City Project are the two towers of Federation Complex. Designed by the German firm NPS Tchoban Voss, the completed Tower West (62 floors, 243m), will house the Grand Hyatt Residences & Spa; while Tower East (94 floors, 360m), scheduled for completion in 2010 will house Hyatt”s larger project, the 368-guestroom Grand Hyatt Moscow. This second tower will be the tallest in Europe, and will have its reception on the 91st floor, Glass bridges will link both towers and the 506-metre spire located in-between, providing access to high-speed elevators.
The first hotel to open, Grand Hyatt Residences & Spa is part of a mixed use development also including luxury apartments, serviced apartments, office space and a large retail centre including restaurants and entertainment venues. It has only 18 suites ranging in size from 90 to 245 square meters (969 to 2637 square feet) all with floor-to ceiling glass windows. The apartments have two room decors: contemporary modern or classic and have kitchens, a wine cave, humidor, espresso machine, exquisite china and cutlery for in-residence dining. The residences will have a 1400 square meter (15 000 square feet) spa and fitness area on Levels 60 and 61 with a 20-meter swimming pool, as well as two whirlpools, a traditional Russian bath, an exercise studio, yoga room, and juice bar. The restaurant will be on the 62nd floor with seating for 160 people for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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