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The capital of Armenia, also referred to as Erevan, is near the
border with Turkey.
Romans, Parthians, Arabs, and others took it in turn to control
the city. In 1387 it was incorporated into the empire of the Mongol conqueror Tamerlane.
Yerevan came under Persian rule in the 15th century, and for the next
two centuries passed back and forth between Persia and Turkey.
Russia finally pulled the carpet from under the Persian feet in 1827.
Yerevan Opera House
|Archaeological digs have revealed that an Urartu fortress and a city
from the 8th century BC. were built on the site of Yerevan.
Yerevan also has ruins of a
Roman fort, a 16th-century Turkish fort, and an 18th-century mosque.
5th St 39 1 Silikyan.
||With 15 rooms on three
floors, the Allstar Terjan Hotel's location offers views of the legendary mountain of
Ararat and the highest peak of Armenia - Aragats Mountain.
All rooms have WC, private bath, Internet connection, hair dryer, kitchen, balcony,
satellite TV, mini-bar, direct dial telephone, 24-hour room service and individual
The hotel also has a bar and restaurant serving traditional Armenian cuisine. There's
also an outdoor garden and cafe, a sauna, health club and swimming pool.
|1 Amiryan Street.
||Ideally located in the
heart of Yerevan, the Armenia Marriott Hotel is a part of an architectural ensemble which
frames Republic Square; the main city centre.
travelling for business or pleasure, the Marriott focuses on what it
takes to make your trip successful.
Guestrooms are equipped with remote-control television, telephones with voice mail and
multiple data ports.
Hotel Ani Plaza:
|19 Sayat Nova Ave.
||The Ani Plaza Hotel
offers 239 comfortable business and economy rooms. Many rooms overlook the city with a
great panorama view of Yerevan and Mount Ararat.
The Ani Restaurant, on the mezzanine floor, serves traditional Armenian cuisine and
popular international dishes.
The Ani Hotel also has a Business Centre, Fitness Centre and Beauty Salon.
Burnazyan Street 80.
With some hotels in Yerevan charging astronomical prices, it is refreshing to find
something a little cheaper. Located near the statue of David of Sassoun,
Areg is close to the centre of the city, and more than adequate for a few days in Yerevan.
Bass Boutique Hotel:
Located in the prestigious Aigedzor district in the heart of Yerevan, this garden-like
hotel still sits away from busy traffic and quietly overlooks beautiful Mt. Ararat.
Built in 1998 and renovated in 2007, the hotel is located in the historic centre of
Yerevan; on Abovyan street, one of the oldest and well-known streets in the capital.
Yerevan Deluxe Hotel:
A rich tradition of historical and architectural values captured in a
hotel that radiates Armenian elegance and class.
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