Old Dilijan Complex
The true Dilijan experience...
In the 1800s, the age-old Armenian city of Dilijan was known as a blossoming centre of culture, commerce and cuisine. In order to enjoy the region's picturesque landscape, wealthy vacationers from Tbilisi and Baku and beyond flocked to Dilijan in increasing numbers, giving the town a international culture. In 2004, Tufenkian began restoring the historical district (Sharambeyan Street) of modern-day Dilijan, and you are invited to experience the city as it was in the 19th century. The intricately carved balconies so typical of 19th century Dilijan display the regions historical love for fine woodwork. Old Dilijan's Esayan museum recreates a typical 19thcentury Dilijan home, from household textiles to hand crafted musical instruments common to the region.
Tufenkian's Ananov guesthouse gives you a chance to enjoy Dilijan in native luxury. The high vaulted ceilings, understated handmade chandeliers and intricately detailed handmade carpets of the Old Dilijan's
Old Dilijan Complex also offers a separate picnic area, which you can rent and enjoy a day outdoors, with your friends and family. The area has barbeque making facilities, plates and cups are provided by the complex.
|Rooms||01.04 - 31.10||
01.01 - 31.03
01.11 - 31.12
|Small||$ 19000||$ 15200|
|Medium||$ 23000||$ 18400|
|Large||$ 25000||$ 20000|
|Duplex||$ 35000||$ 28000|
|Junior Suite||$ 40000||$ 32000|
|First floor Suite||$ 45200||$ 36160|
|Second floor Suite||$ 50800||$ 40640|
* All rates include breakfast and taxes.
* Free Wi-Fi internet in the territory of the complex.
Old Dilijan's facilities include craft shops, restaurants, cafes, souvenir shops, museum and a guest house.
- 19th century style Ananov Guest house with exceptional views of Dilijan
- 6 guestrooms
- Haykanoush Restaurant featuring Armenian cuisine
- Tufenkian Bakery
- Esayan museum featuring artifacts used in the economy and Dilijan lifestyle during 19-20th century. In the museum you can also find handcrafted furniture typical for Dilijan lifestyle by the end of 19th century.
- Wood worker
- Ceramic workshop
- Art Gallery
- ArtBridge cafe
- Souvenir Shops