Reconstructed in Soviet times as a neo-classical blend of Paris, Vienna and St. Petersburg, the Armenian capital of Yerevan exudes a laid back charm and appealing Russian edifices. Yerevan also offers an ideal base for exploring the surrounding countryside, dotted with remote monasteries and churches overlooking picturesque mountain landscape, zigzagging cliffs and river gorges.
Key landmarks such as Republic Square, Opera House and the beautiful Cascade Complex evokes some of the best Soviet-Armenian architectures reminiscent of Renaissance-era Europe. Much of Armenia's key attractions can be visited as a day trip from Yerevan, including Khor Virap set against biblical Mount Ararat, Echmiadzin which is home to the world's oldest cathedral nicknamed as 'the Vatican of Armenia', Geghard monastery which is partially carved out from mountain cliffs, the Garni temple overlooking deep gorges, and 7th century Zvarnort ruins.
Armenia Marriott Hotel Yerevan
Outstanding facilities, prime location and delicious dining varieties makes Armenia Marriott Hotel Yerevan one of the best accommodation options in the city, particularly for those seeking a classic-style international-standard hotel in the city center.
The Alexander, a Luxury Collection Hotel
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.
Grand Hotel Yerevan
Grand Hotel Yerevan is a graceful 1920s legacy hotel refurbished into an upscale hotel. It offers an array of recreational facilities, a diverse spa menu, a flavorsome Italian-Armenian restaurant and a classic meets contemporary style.
Baku, Shaki, Telavi, Tbilisi, Kazbegi, Kutaisi, Mestia, Borjomi, Dilijan & Yerevan
Home to some of the last frontiers linking Asia with Europe, start from the bizarre Azerbaijan through the pristine countryside and cities of Georgia before retreating to rural Armenia with its picturesque monasteries.
Gourmet Caucasus: Origins of Wine & Black Caviar
Baku, Shaki, Tsinandali, Tbilisi & Yerevan
Journey across the mighty Caucasus mountain ranges into the birthplace of the world's first wine civilization and into the Caspian Sea, known as the home of the rarest and most expensive black caviars. Along the way, picturesque sceneries of mountains and quaint monasteries will keep your thirst for adventure quenched.