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Hotel Regineh
Hotel Regineh Star Rating 3        
Norki Aiginer 235 1

This warm hotel is 3 km from both the Matenadaran and the Yerevan Cascade.The subdued rooms feature free Wi-Fi, TVs and minibars (upon request); most have balconies with views of the Ararat Mountain. Room service is available.
Hotel Dilijan Resort
Hotel Dilijan Resort Star Rating 4        
Getapnya Street 66

This upscale hotel with cottages on the outskirts of Dilijan National Park is a 14-minute walk from Dilijan City Stadium and 4.9 km from Jukhtak Vank monastery.Cozy, conservative rooms, suites and cottages feature cable TV, minibars and balconies offering forest views.
Marriott Armenia Hotel Yerevan
Marriott Armenia Hotel Yerevan Star Rating 4        
1. Amiryan Street

This upscale hotel is 3 km from the Yerevan Mall and 5 km from the Karen Demirchyan Complex.The refined rooms feature flat-screen, minibars and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms add pull-out couches.
Aviatrans Star Rating 4        
4 Abovyan street

This unassuming hotel is 2.7 km from the Yerevan Cascade and 4 km from the Tsitsernakaberd monument.The subdued rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars.
BEST WESTERN Paradise Hotel Dilijan
BEST WESTERN Paradise Hotel Dilijan Star Rating 4        
Kamo Street, 156

This traditional hotel is 12.1 miles from Lake Parz and 17.2 miles from Goshavank monastery.
Royal Tulip Grand Hotel Yerevan
Royal Tulip Grand Hotel Yerevan Star Rating 5        
14 Abovian Street

This stately, Neoclassical hotel is a 7-minute walk from the bustling Republic Square, the nearest metro station and the landmark Yerevan Opera Theater.Featuring free Wi-Fi, the modern, warmly decorated rooms include flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffeemakers. Suites add sitting areas, and upgraded suites provide separate living rooms.
Areg Hotel
Areg Hotel Star Rating 2        
Burnazyan 80

This relaxed hotel is 3 km from the Yerevan Mall and 6 km from the landmark Yerevan Cascade.The subdued rooms feature free Wi-Fi, minifridges and satellite TV, plus balconies with scenic views. The suites add living rooms, and some have pull-out couches.
Cascade Hotel Yerevan
Cascade Hotel Yerevan Star Rating 3        
Zarubyan Street 10/10

This modern hotel is an 8-minute walk from Marshal Baghramyan metro station, a 14-minute walk from the Yerevan Cascade stairway and 2 km from Republic Square.The warmly decorated rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars, as well as balconies. Suites add living rooms; some are split-level.
Kecharis Hotel
Kecharis Hotel        
Orbeli Brothers Street 15

This modern hotel in a low-rise building with arched galleries is a 7-minute walk from the medieval Kecharis Monastery and 2 km from the cable car station.The classically furnished rooms have balconies, free Wi-Fi, minibars and flat-screens with satellite channels. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas, while suites (some bi-level) include living rooms and whirlpool tubs.
Tsaghkadzor Marriott Hotel
Tsaghkadzor Marriott Hotel Star Rating 5        
Tandzaghpyur Street 2 4/1

This Mediterranean-style upscale hotel is a 10-minute walk from the 13th-century Kecharis Monastery and 7 km from Hrazdan railway station.The polished rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges and minibars. All also provide tea and coffeemakers and sitting areas.
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Armenia has an ancient and rich culture which is very easy to experience, thanks to a very hospitable people. Five percent of the country's surface area consists of Lake Sevan (Sevana Lich), the largest lake in the Lesser Caucasus mountain range. The many mountains and mountain valleys create a great number of microclimates, with scenery changing from arid to lush forest at the top of a mountain ridge.

On a trip to Armenia, you will frequently be reminded that Armenia was the world's first officially Christian country. You will have a hard time forgetting this as a tourist, since countless monasteries are among Armenia's premier tourist attractions. Fortunately for those who might otherwise suffer monastery fatigue, many of these monasteries are built in places of incredible natural beauty, making the sites of monasteries like Tatev, Noravank, Haghartsin, Haghpat and Geghard well worth a visit even without the impressive, millennia old monasteries found there.