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Reviewed September 5, 2013 via mobile

As others have said, it is in the center of town v close to Republic Square; near impossible to find on your own; and you do have to carry your luggage up several flights of stairs. We loved our spacious room, king sized bed, the staff, and breakfast. If you want a Marriott experience stay there. Stay at the 14th Floor if you want a taste of how Armenia is transforming from a soviet to western economic model.

Date of stay: September 2013
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1  Thank SwampDiver1
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Reviewed April 1, 2013

Firstly, this hotel is very hard to find as it is down an alleyway next to some broken down old houses and a lot of garbage (tip is to find the North Hotel which is on Amiryan Street, about 200 metres from Republic Square and is very close to 14th Floor). At first glance and walking into the hotel I was very skeptical. Yes, you do have to walk up two small flights of stairs to get to the elevator, but honestly this is not such a hard task and don't really understand all the complaints about this. Upon arriving at the reception I found the staff to be very friendly and helpful. They booked a tour for me and make sure I was aware of all the amenities in the hotel. My room had two bathrooms, a lounge and a double bed, so I was really happy. The location is perfect, literally 200m away from Republic Square, which you can see from the terrace. Even though there is a lot of garbage on the ground outside the hotel, I never smelt it, and actually just don't look down and you can't see it. As for the broken down buildings I found this added to the fractured beauty of this city as it was just remains of the Soviet period.
Breakfast was totally fine, fruits, cheese, eggs, cooked food, cereal, everything you could want.
I would absolutely stay here again as it was total value for money.

Room tip: I would ask for a room away from the reception as the phone does ring quite loudly.
Date of stay: March 2013
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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1  Thank SeaAngel001
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Reviewed November 30, 2012

The hotel was very nice, clean and it seems as house. Overall everything were OK but try to find the way by google map, it is pretty hard to find. The neighborhood was old houses which effect the view. the other problem was carrying suitcases by hand because the elevator started from second floor. Alice

Date of stay: November 2012
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Alice629_12
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Reviewed September 24, 2012

Hotel near Republic sq. in center of city. In direct neighborhood demolished old houses and a lot of rubbish. Terrible smell. Lift to hotel starts from at 2nd floor so you have to carry suitcases many steps up the stairs. No help from staff. In hotel: utilities in poor condition and only some of electric bulbs work. Poor breakfast. Most disgusting: they tried to make us to pay for damage in room stating that they don't know if it's our fault but now we live in this room. Some of staff very nice some rude.

Date of stay: September 2012
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4  Thank Jan M
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Reviewed October 23, 2011

This place is pretty hard to find. Ask someone outside the restaurant Kavkazskaya Plennitsa on Amiryan to explain where it is. Once you find the main entrance you have to walk up a couple of flights of steps and then take the lift to the top.
My room was large and comfortable with a huge shared balcony giving incredible views of Ararat. There seems to be a lot of construction activity going on around the hotel but I didn't find that this interfered with my sleep.
Bear in mind that this is a fairly small hotel so booking is advisable.

Room tip: Ask for a room with a view of Ararat
Date of stay: September 2011
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1  Thank Amac27
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