Positioned at the heart of Yerevan just three minutes from Republic Square
Summer months in Armenia between June to August are excellent for hiking along the Caucasus mountains, whilst the cooler months of September and October are great for those looking to escape the heat. Those visiting in April and May can enjoy a lush green landscape, although are likely to experience some rainfall.
A relatively new addition to Yerevan in 2018, The Alexander is the most luxurious hotel in Armenia, offering modern amenities, a prestigious design and enviably central location.
Children are welcome at The Alexander, with cribs or extra beds available upon request.
Enjoy the 24-hour fitness centre, indoor pool, The Alexander Spa and a range of massage treatments.
Yerevan is a vibrant city full of history. Charles Aznavour Square, Republic Square and the Singing Fountains are all within walking distance.
Be serenaded by the beautiful monastic choir singing inside the haunting Geghard Monastery.
Visit ArmAs Winery, home of award-winning Armenian wines.
Discover Armenian spirit through their heartbreaking tales in the Memorial Park and Museum of the Armenian Genocide.
Appreciate the intricate traditional Armenian dance at a historical monument, including Ladies Dance, Armenian Bride Dance, Was Dances, etc.
We will visit Terracotta Art Studio for a workshop in pottery and ceramics techniques. A craftsman will demonstrate and explain the potter's wheel work, narrate about Armenian traditions and techniques in clay and pottery.
We will visit the Brandy Factory of Yerevan with tasting of three types of Armenian cognac, including the 20-year-old Nairi cognac and 10-year-old Dvin cognac.
Let our Armenian traditional flute performer serenades you with a repertoire of Armenian music, set at the stunning setting of Garni temple.
Step into Echmiadzin, Armenia’s own Vatican City, as well as the nearby Zvartnots Ruins – both UNESCO-listed.
Explore the Garni pagan temple and the rock-cut Geghard monastery.
Enjoy a short hike to Garni Gorge to admire Symphony of Stones, an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hike takes around one hour, or you may also pre-book a 4WD jeep to reach the site at extra cost.
Let our hot air balloon take you through the beautiful landscape of Garni region, flying over Garni Gorge and surrounding Armenian countryside.
Today, you will learn how to carve Khachkar, the famous Armenian cross stone characteristic of Medieval Christian Armenian art.
Explore the iconic Khor Virap with its stunning Mount Ararat backdrop.
Learn how to bake lavash, a traditional bread of Armenia which has been inscribed in UNESCO.
Visit a rustic local house for lunch and observe the Lavash-making process.
Stroll through the stunning Noravank’s canyon monastery and enjoy some wine at the Areni Wine Factory for a local insight into this renowned local produce.
Today, you will learn how to make a traditional cuisine called tolma, made from grape leaves stuffed with meat.
A scenic drive takes you to the beautiful Sevanavank Monastery at the picturesque Lake Sevan. En route, also visit Dilijan National Park and Hagrartsin Monastery.
Wander around Mashtots Avenue, Republic Square, Opera House, Cascade, the spacious Grigor Lusavorich cathedral and conclude with a view of the Yerevan skyline from Mother Armenia.
from SGD $8500 pp
The Alexander is approximately 30 minutes’ drive away from Zvartnots International Airport. The famous Republic Square is a mere 3 minutes’ walk from the hotel.
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