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Armenia’s capital boasts history stretching back nearly 3,000 years. Known as one of the world’s oldest continually inhabited cities, today Yerevan is a thriving cosmopolitan city, complete with wide boulevards and trendy street cafes. Delve back in time with a visit to the History Museum of Armenia or the Matenadaran library. Stroll through the fountain-lined Republic Square before heading to Victory Park for the best view of Mount Ararat. Read on to discover the best place to stay on your next trip.
This centrally located hotel boasts modern design and bright colours. All the important landmarks are close by, including Republic Square and the National Theatre of Opera and Ballet. If you’re on a budget, the economy room offers a good deal, including toiletries and coffee/tea facilities – upgrade to a studio for its extra-large bed and private balcony. A breakfast buffet is included and is served until 11am on weekends, ideal for late risers.
If you’re looking for size, the Ani Plaza is the largest hotel in Yerevan. Located in the entertainment and business district of the city, this four-star hotel is within walking distance of Republic Square, the Cascade and the National Gallery. Beyond the standard rooms, there are singles for solo travellers as well as interconnecting rooms for families – some even have panoramic views of Mount Ararat and Yerevan. Take advantage of the excellent breakfast buffet, indoor swimming pool, sauna and beauty salon.
Pauline Pechakjian and Baia Dzagnidze contributed additional reporting to this article.