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Modern Hotel Baku Star Rating 4        
Mirali Gashgai Street 100

This upscale hotel with a red brick exterior is a 2-minute walk from a bus stop and 7 km from the sleek, landmark Flame Towers.Regal rooms, elegantly decorated with formal wood decor, luxe fabrics and striking headboards feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas.
Excelsior Hotel Baku Star Rating 5        
2 Heydar Aliyev Avenue

This upscale hotel is 5 km from the Maiden Tower and 6 km from Old City.The subdued rooms feature free Wi-Fi and tea and coffeemakers, plus flat-screen TVs and minibars. The suites have living rooms, DVD players and Jacuzzis; some offer fans, kitchens and balconies, plus sea views.
The Crescent Beach Hotel Star Rating 4        
Salyan Highway

This upmarket, beachfront hotel overlooking the Caspian Sea is 8 km from Lokbatan train station and 11 km from the iconic, 12th-century Maiden Tower.Relaxed rooms and suites come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges and coffeemakers. Bathrooms have walk-in showers.
Baku Palace Guesthouse Star Rating 2.5        
Islam Safarli Street 15

This unpretentious budget hotel and hostel is a km from a metro station and 2 km from the Maiden Tower.The warm rooms feature en suite bathrooms, free Wi-Fi and satellite TV. The 5-bedded dorms add lockers, tea and coffeemaking facilities and kitchens, plus balconies.
Teatro Boutique Hotel Star Rating 4        
A. Rajabli Street 1

This stylish hotel with a lavish entrance portico is 3 km from the cultural events and conventions at the Heydar Aliyev Center and 8 km from the 12th-century Maiden Tower.The elegant rooms feature minibars, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms and suites offer separate living areas or additional bedrooms.
Karat Inn Star Rating 3        
175, Suleyman Rahimov Str.

This polished inn set in an art nouveau building is 4 minutes from the nearest metro stop, and 2 km from the Caspian Sea and the 12th-century Maiden Tower monument.The 11 chic rooms with elegant decor offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars. A suite adds a living area.
Ramada Hotel and Suites Baku Star Rating 4        
74 Teymur Aliyev Street

This contemporary hotel in the Nərimanov district is a 14-minute walk from the Bakı Dövlət Cıdır Meydanı racecourse and 6 km from the medieval attractions of İçərişəhər (Old City).Chic rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi and bottled water, in addition to flat-screen TVs. All feature desks, minibars, and tea and coffeemakers; studios add living areas.
Fairmont Baku Star Rating 5        
Mehdi Huseyn Street 1A

Set within a trio of sleek glass high-rises, this luxury hotel is 2 km from both the Old City and the Caspian Sea.Featuring city or sea views, the upscale rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and iPod docks, plus Nespresso machines and marble bathrooms. Club-level rooms come with butler service and access to an exclusive lounge.
Holiday Inn Baku Star Rating 4        
Uzeyir Hajibeyli Street 62

Set in a sleek building, this polished hotel is a kilometer from the nearest subway station, 4 km from the Old City and 5 km from the 15th-century Palace of the Shirvanshahs.The contemporary rooms with colorful artwork come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and safes, plus minibars, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Suites have kitchenettes, living rooms and pull-out sofas.
Austin Hotel Baku Star Rating 4        
Nizami Street 58

Set a km from both the Caspian Sea and the 12th-century Maiden Tower, this contemporary hotel is 2 km from the Central Railway.The modern, streamlined rooms feature free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and minibars. Suites add living rooms.
 
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Located on the very crossroads of Eastern and Western civilizations, Azerbaijan was exposed to the influence of both of them. As a part of the greatest empires in the history of human kind, Azerbaijan was the site of the most decisive events and had seen many mighty conquerors, including Haroun al-Raschid, Chingis Khan, Pompey, and Alexander the Great.

Azerbaijan has been hosting travellers since silk worms started to spin. Azerbaijan was once a major stopover on the Great Silk Route, and there are many captivating sights to see in this ancient country - Bronze Age petroglyphs, medieval minarets and mosques, the famous carpets, unique nature. One of many republics which emerged from the former Soviet Union, Azerbaijan is probably one of the less known. When you visit the capital Baku, it becomes clear soon that this country has always been a crossroads for travellers from Europe and the East. Landmarks confirming this can be seen throughout the city. The Greeks, Persians, and so many other ancient peoples have visited and left their marks in this country.