Nairi Hotel Tsaghkadzor

4.6
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Isahakyan str., Tsaghkadzor, Armenia

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Resthouse Nairi in Tsaghkadzor was built in 1976 by the Yerevan Institute of Mathematical Machines. Resthouse “Nairi” has its unique place in Tsakhkadzor with its location and services provided. Situated on the hillside Teghenis, which surrounds the city, “Nairi” a perfect place for any kind of recreation. Original architectural building has 70 rooms (6 floors), and the entire complex covers an area of 2.35 ra. In 2005, repairs were carried out, in particular 30 rooms, conference rooms, the rest of the  rooms were renovated partially, also a modern central heating appliance was placed in the complex. Resthouse “Nairi” has a large (250-300 seats) and a small (20-30 seats) conference rooms, equipped with microphones, blackboard and other equipment  that might be needed during business meetings.


Price list

Currency :
Rooms 01.01 - 31.12
Single standart $ 8000
Double Standard $ 16000
Triple standard $ 24000
Double deluxe $ 20000

* The cost includes full board and local taxes.

* Accomodation for children under 3 is free of charge.  



Special offers

New Year package offers for 01-05 January.



Facilities

Conveniences in the rooms: In double and triple standard rooms - TV –set/satellite antenna - refrigerator In double de luxe rooms (European standard) as well as in VIP rooms (European standard) - TV-set/satellite antenna - refrigerator/mini-bar

Attractions near

Kecharis monastery, cable way of Tsaghkadzor

Nairi resthouse has 70 rooms

- standard double
- standard triple
- deluxe
- VIP luxe

 

The menu of the restaurant is very rich; a big variety of hot and cold dishes, pastries, dessert, etc., and certainly, of excellent quality, always fresh and very delicious. Rooms of the hotel have all the necessary conditions for rest.

Halls

Resthouse “Nairi” has a large (250-300 seats) and a small (20-30 seats) conference rooms, equipped with microphones,
blackboard and other equipment  that might be needed during business meetings.


Author : Lilit, 23 August 2016, 05:34
bad hotel
The worst hotel I have ever seen. The food days was of a very low quality and bad during the New Year; they did not even serve fruits, but there was a table which received a different service. And everyone noticed it.

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