Mar 25, 2019 - Mar 26, 2019

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Where to Stay in Yerevan

A growing destination on the ‘to do’ list of adventurous holiday-makers, Yerevan – the capital of Armenia – dates back to the 8th century and offers visitors an insight into the history of the area.

As well as museums housing exhibits from ancient Greek and Armenian history, the city also boasts a vibrant nightlife, lush parks and stunning architecture. The combination of old and new has contributed to the growth of the city as a tourist destination with visitors embracing the attractions, including those of the Soviet era. Among the Soviet-era attractions is the eight-level Cascade, a monumental grass-covered stone stairway that allows stunning views over the city, especially at night.

Getting around the city on foot is both rewarding and straightforward, while the Yerevan metro is safe and efficient running between north and south. Other travel choices include taxis and the famous marshrutka mini-vans that are prevalent in the capital while car rental is an option if you want to explore further afield.

Yerevan City Center Hotels

1. Latar Hotel Complex

A perfect choice for those looking for luxury accommodation in Yerevan, the Latar Hotel combines both traditional touches with modern amenities and services. A private and stylish choice, the hotel offers magnificent views of the imposing Mount Ararat.

2. Hyatt Place Yerevan

Location is key here with the elegant Hyatt Place just a stone’s throw from Republic Square and within easy walking distance of the key commercial and historic landmarks of the city. The close proximity of the Opera Theater, the National Art Gallery and the Republic Square subway station makes the hotel an ideal base if looking to explore the city.

3. Shirak Hotel

At the lower end of the price scale, the Shirak Hotel is located within an easy stroll of both the Blue Mosque and Republic Square. A three-star accommodation option, the hotel offers two restaurant choices, two coffee shops, a lounge bar and complimentary breakfast for guests. A round-trip airport shuttle service is also available for a fee, while tours and sightseeing excursions can be arranged through the hotel.

To find other accommodation options in Yerevan, take the time to check out our hotels search engine and see the wide range of hotel options in this fascinating city.

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Member reviews (41)
Ali Marandian
Ali MarandianTehran

One of my Best trips that i ever had. I like the weather, culture, foods, club & ...

Stephen Bugno
Stephen BugnoAnchorage, Alaska, USA

Yerevan is a friendly capital with parks, a handful of sights, and important churches. Fine for a couple days but there are more interesting places to see in Armenia.

Child of Bohemia
Child of BohemiaCape Town, South Africa

Yerevan is very interesting city with friendly people. They were always able to help us and wanted to share they historical stories with us.

Scott Stone
Scott StoneNew York City

This city of one million, the capital and largest city of Armenia, I was surprised in a very good way by. Yerevan has many open-air cafes, a wonderful square (Republic Square) where people gather each evening with high spirit, and rich culturally in the arts. One of the most impressive things are the statues, NOT dedicated so much to war, but those that made strong impact on the fine and performing arts. The photo attached is of the writer, William Saroyan.


The least expensive month is January, with an average of AED 155 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Yerevan is July, with an average price of AED 218 per night.
The average price of a hotel in March last year was AED 194 per night. This is 1% more than the average nightly price of AED 192 seen over the previous 12 months.

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