Ratings based on 16 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.7 Room comfort
3.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby Big visitor from USA
Great hotel for the pricePosted Sep 6, 2013 on Hotels.com
Friendly and helpful people run this hotel. It's a 10-minute walk from the subway and train station, but you get a nice big room for very reasonable rates. I would stay there again.
for Business Travelersby Nina from Yerevan
Not goodPosted Sep 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
People who working here are nice but the hotel is not very interesting.
for Familiesby Argo from Australia
Terrible bedsPosted Aug 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
Surrounding neighbourhood old, in need of repair. Long distance from centre of City for restaurants and entertainment.. Beds are narrow, single, uncomfortable with minimal linen. Building not user friendly especially if you have health problems, no lift to our room and very steep stairs to negotiate with luggage and no porter assistance. Breakfast was plain spaghetti noodles and small spring roll. We left after one night.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 28, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Familiesby May2013 from US
Posted Jun 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
Nice small hotel in old Yerevan neighborhood. Friendly and helpful owners and workers. Not your average chain or luxury hotel. Loved the neighborhood where you could see real people and how they live. Nice breakfasts that we couldn't finish. Had a very nice stay and would recommend it.
for Business Travelersby Dowell
A return visitPosted Jan 27, 2013 on Hotels.com
The Areg did not disappoint. Do not expect the plastic luxury of a typical western hotel chain instead expect a local family run small hotel that may lack some facilities but it is made up for by the helpful and charming staff. If you do not have private transport you are mere minutes from the metro and a short walk from the railway station. The rooms all with en suite (showers) are spotlessly clean, warm and comfortable. As a westerner from the Uk this value for money hotel provides all one will need on a visit to Yerevan. During my stay my bathroom suffered a leak, my possessions were moved to another room with all my belongings neatly transferred to another room and laid out exactly as I had left them. Breakfast is maybe a little basic but it is Armenian although I would imagine we're one to ask for a fried egg your request would be granted. The hotel offers free wifi and a good laundry service again in house.
Very good hotelPosted Oct 26, 2012 on Hotels.com
This was a little nice hotel, near the metro station Sasuntsi Davit, 2 metro stops to the main square. It doesn't look like the central modern hotels, but very nice place with all comfort . seemed like a family run , with nice staff . the room I got was new with a private bathroom. the bad point was that the location on the google map was wrong , it was a little hard to find.
for Business Travelersby Hamid
Not RecommendedPosted Sep 30, 2012 on Hotels.com
Not recommended at all Cons: bad location, no hair dryer, did not renew shampoo/soap, coarse towel, breakfast was not enough, no billiard table as promised, no toothbrush, Pros: family run, good Marmalade in breakfast, Airconditioning rooms
for Everyoneby Anna from Moscow, Russia
Terrible hotelPosted Sep 10, 2012
Cons: Wi Fi in the yard
Location: Far from the center
Terrible hotel, no water no light dirty service is terrible old furniture
for Personal Eventby Paul
Quiet location at train stationPosted Sep 8, 2012 on Hotels.com
I was in a room on the top floor of the main building, which got very hot, although the air conditioning solved this. Breakfast was in the pleasant courtyard. The hotel is located in a quiet residential area, outside the city centre. I found the easiest way to get to the city centre was to take the metro from Sasuntsi Davit station. The metro station is about 10 mins walk away and a trip costs 100 AMD no matter the distance. Alternatively there are many buses to the city centre and elsewhere. The train station is located at Sasuntsi Davit as well. There are plenty of corner shops and market stalls selling food, drinks and the essentials in the area. There is also a cash machine at the corner of Sasuntsi Davit square and Tigran Mets Avenue, which accepted my British Visa bank card.