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Listing of hotels in Armenia and Karabakh, primarily by city.
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- 1 Alaverdi Town
- 2 Dilijan
- 3 Goris
- 4 Gyumri
- 5 Jermuk Town
- 6 Kapan
- 7 Lake Sevan
- 8 Lori Marz
- 9 Sisian
- 10 Shushi
- 11 Stepanakert
- 12 Tsaghkadzor
- 13 Vanadzor
- 14 Yeghegnadzor
- 15 Yerevan
- 15.1 Armenia Marriott Hotel
- 15.2 Ani Plaza Hotel
- 15.3 Ararat Hotel
- 15.4 Green Palace Hotel
- 15.5 Hotel Astafian
- 15.6 Hotel Avan Villa (Tufenkian)
- 15.7 Aviatrans Hotel
- 15.8 Hotel Bass
- 15.9 Congress Hotel
- 15.10 Hotel Dvin
- 15.11 Envoy Hostel
- 15.12 Hotel Erebuni
- 15.13 Hotel Europe
- 15.14 Golden Palace Hotel
- 15.15 Hotel Hrazdan
- 15.16 Hotel Shirak
- 15.17 Golden Tulip Hotel Yerevan
- 15.18 Hy-Business Suites
- 15.19 Latar Hotel Complex
- 15.20 Parev Suites
- 15.21 Valensia Hotel
- 15.22 Villa Delanda
- 15.23 Dormitory Rooms
Notes: A complete dump, but cheap and convenient for backpackers. If you have your own transportation or are fussy, don't do it!
Notes: Supposed to have decent accomodations, located near the top of the cable car line.
Flora Guesthouse in Haghpat
Notes: 11,000 drams per person including 3 meals, or 5,000 drams without meals, attached bathroom (can be private), hot water always available.
Phone: (+374-0253) 3-24-87
There are some nice places in Dilijan from about $20 to $50, but you will have to ask around to find them. Camping is a great alternative in good weather.
Notes: Three-storey guest house with a winter garden, charming loggia with a fireplace, studio and a nice balcony with a breathtaking view of mountains.
Address: 12a Myasnikyan Street
Phone: (+374-2680) 7059 or (+374-91) 456164
Notes: Cabins or rooms available, inexpensive, a few kilometeres from the bus station, no showers in cabins.
Phone: (+374-2680) 24-27 or 61-91
Pjhishkakan Hamalsarani Hangsdatun
(Medical University Rest House)
Notes: Cabins available, inexpensive, 400m from the bus station, hot water and room heating always available.
Phone: (+374-2680) 55-66
Notes: Really cool futuristic design, decent rooms for decent prices, above the town in the forest.
Address: 13 David Bek Street
Phone: (+374-284) 2-10-98
Notes: Quite new, large complex, good restaurant, disco, more.
Address: 1/5 Garagin Njhde Ave.
Phone: (+374-312) 69-333-69
Fax: (+374-312) 69-303-69
Notes: Quite new, good food, art gallery, more.
Phone: (+374-312) 3-76-59 or 2-31-48
Fax: (+374-312) 3-03-86
Address: 31 Gorki Street
Phone: (+374-312) 2-11-99 or 2-44-35
Tel/Fax: (+374-312) 3-58-15
Ararat II Bed & Breakfast
Notes: Turn right after the steel bridge and right after a park. With a playground to your right, it is the small hotel on your left by the canyon. Beds are about $10/night, clean, hot showers and normal bathrooms, comfortable, good food available, but costs extra.
Notes: Across the river from the statue of Davit Bek, next to the amusement park. A good, solid place to stay in southern Armenia. The rooms are about $30/night per person, and they offer decent food at the restaurant.
Address: Aram Manukian Street 1/a
Phone: (+374-285) 62-662 or 68-262
Fax: (+374-285) 62-133
Tsapatagh Tourism Complex
Tsapatagh Village, Gegharkunik Marz
Notes: Large tourism complex with moderate priced hotel, luxury one being built, artisan activities, beach and many amenities. Visit the web site for additional information and prices.
Phone: (+374-10) 543-122
Notes: This classic Soviet Motel on the very northern tip of Sevan costs about $20/night per person. It is well maintained with good amenities and a decent beach, but each time we have stayed there, someone in the group was bitten by a strange bed bug leaving big purple circles for a week or two. Can be impossible to get a room during high season (July/August). You must visit the 70's Soviet disco!
Imposing complex just before reaching the peninsula of Sevanavank. Quite new, nice rooms, waterslides, pools, with rooms running about $100/night.
Phone: (+374-61) 2-04-50, 2-33-58, 2-24-00 or 2-00-92
Fax: (+374-61) 2-00-65
Notes: Right on the main highway in a nice spot overlooking the river, a very nice restaurant complex with six 2-storey rooms. Rooms have TV with satellite, and all normal conveniences. All rooms have one queen sized bed and cost $20.
Address: Alaverdian Khchughi
Phone: (+374-151) 4-08-08 or 2-37-60
Dzoraget Village, Lori Region
Notes: Luxury hotel with 34 double rooms and luxury apartments overlooking the Debed River. Large restaurant, bar, gym, business center, internet, large and small conference halls, spa, sauna, massage, pool, arts/crafts center where visitors can participate. Phone: (+374-10) 543-122
Odzun Guest House
Notes: Above the village, this very comfortable little guesthouse costs 3,000 drams per night including breakfast. Hot shower, kitchenette, roomy. Currently closed for remodeling.
Notes: Reasonably priced, nicely remodeled hotel with a very nice restaurant and spacious rooms.
Notes: Cheap. Soviet hotel which has been well maintained and is still a pleasant place to stay. Quite an exception to the dozens of other Soviet hotels which are unbearably bad. Ask for a "Lux" room for an in-room toilet.
Notes: Nice hotel, next to the white Cathedral.
Phone: (+374-477) 31-357 or (+374-97) 25-15-99
Notes: Expensive. Normal western style hotel.
Address: 81 Baghramian Street
Phone: 4-52-73, 5-00-84 or 5-00-94
14a Hekimyan Street
Notes: Moderate price. Very normal western style hotel.
Phone: (+374-10) 28-64-15, 28-65-10 or 28-07-01 ext. 15-03
Phone: 4-19-59, 4-53-72
Notes: Single room (2 single beds) for 16,000 drams per night or Double room (1 king-size bed, 1 sofa-bed) for 40,000 drams per night. Both rates include 3 meals for one person. Each additional person per room pays 4,000 drams for food.
Contact: Hayk Bojolian (speaks some English)
Notes: Nice compound with about 34 rooms, plus a restaurant, billiards, disco, bowling, sauna, conference hall, and more.
Phone: (+374-223) 5-20-91, 5-20-92, 5-20-93, 5-20-94 or 5-20-95
Multi Rest House
Notes: Opened in late 2006. The main complex has numerous hotel rooms, a restaurant, bar, internet club, billiards, swimming pool, a tennis court, conference hall, and more. Private cottages are also available. Hotel rooms cost between 40,000-80,000 drams a night. Cottages 120,000 drams per night.
Phone: (+374-10) 28-74-50 or 28-74-60
Notes: Was once one of the most popular accomadations in Soviet times, but has not been developed over the years.
Notes: Opened in April, 2002. 14 rooms, sauna, restaurant, international phone, TVs, dryers, and fridge. Rooms start at $50.
Address: 1 Batumi Street
Phone: (+374-322) 4-25-56 or 4-25-57
A. Hakobyan Hotel
Notes: In room TV, phone, fridge, internet and fax. Free drinks. Lunch and dinner with advance notice. There are three rooms, prices start at $17.
Address: 1A Kourghinian Street
Phone: (+374-322) 2-08-50
Antoine's Guest House
Stay with Antoine Terjanian when he's in town. A very interesting Canadian-Armenian.
Notes: Comfortable family-run bed & breakfast. Breakfast is extra. Price is inexpensive to moderate, depending on your negotiating skills. Ask in town for Gohar Gevorgyan, the widow of Ardashat Sarkisyan. She lives just past the soccer field.,br>
Address: 44 Spandaryan Street
Phone: (+374-281) 2-33-24 or 2-33-73
Armenia Marriott Hotel
Address: Republic Square
Phone: (+374-10) 599-000 or 599-002
Fax: (+374-10) 599-001
Website (online reservations): http://www.marriott.com/EVNMC
Ani Plaza Hotel
Address: 19 Sayat Nova Street
Phone: (+374-10) 58-95-00 or 58-97-00
Address: Grigor Luysavorich Street
Phone: (+374-10) 51-00-00 or 54-11-00
Green Palace Hotel
Address: 57 Myasnikyan Avenue
Phone: (+374-10) 24-00-26
Address: 5 Abovian Street
Phone: (+374-10) 52-11-11
Fax: (+374-10) 56-45-72
Hotel Avan Villa (Tufenkian)
Address: Nork-Marash 13th Street, building #7/1
Phone: (+374-10) 54-34-22, 54-78-77 or 54-31-22
Fax: (+374-10) 54-78-88
Address: 15 Abovian Street
Phone: (+374-10) 56-72-28 or 56-72-26
Fax: (+374-10) 58-24-22
Address: 3 Aigedzor Street
Phone: (+374-10) 26-10-80, 26-27-51 or 22-26-38
Address: Italy Street
Phone: (+374-10) 58-00-95
Note: Currently under construction.
Address: 40 Paronyan Street
Address: 26/1 Nalbandyan Street, (Republic Square) Phone: (+374-10) 58-67-00, 56-49-93 Fax: (+374-10) 56-02-78 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Webiste: http://www.erebunihotel.am
Note: One of the best location/price values in town.
Address: 32 Hanrapetutyan Street
Phone: (+374-10) 54-60-60
Fax: (+374-10) 54-60-50
Golden Palace Hotel
Address: Azatutyan Avenue, by Haghtanak Park (Victory Park)
Phone: (+374-10) 21-99-99
Fax: (+374-10) 21-99-21
Address: 72 Dzorap Street
Phone: (+374-10) 53-53-32 or 52-34-73
Note: Very Soviet, not recommended.
Address: 13a Khorenatsi Street
Phone: (+374-10) 52-99-15
Golden Tulip Hotel Yerevan
Note: Very central luxury hotel.
Address: 14 Abovyan Street
Phone: (+374-10) 58-94-00
Fax: (+374-10) 52-82-91
Note: Suites with tiny kitchen and a work area.
Address: 8 Hanrapetutyan Street
Phone: (+374-10) 56-75-67 or 58-04-22
Latar Hotel Complex
Address: Silikyan District, 4th St., #58
Phone: (+374-10) 31 90 34 or 39 47 59
Note: Great value for groups/families bed and breakfast.
Address: Aygestan 11th Street, building #71
Phone: (+374-10) 55-55-43 or 55-99-85
Note: New cottages which are part of the Water World complex. Not walking distance to the major sites.
Note: Very nice little bed and breakfast very close to Republic Square with beautiful, comfortable rooms, excellent prices, 6 rooms (single, double and triple), and internet.
Address: 22 Yeznik Koghbatsi Street
Note: Nice hostel-like accommodations, starting at $30.
Address: 52 Mashtots Street