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The homestay business is not well developed in Stepanakert; try contacting the English-speaking guide Susanna Petrossian, who has contacts in the city and can help find a host family for around AMD5000 per person.
Armenia Hotel welcomes group and individual travelers by offering hi-scale accommodations, (Standard Single rooms, Double & Double Twins, Connected family rooms, also conference facilities for delegations...
The hotel is situated in the building of business-centre at the central street of the capital of the RMK...
Opened in 2011, this boutique hotel has been tastefully built in the classic Karabakhti style. The distinctive stone and wood facade lends a traditional atmosphere but facilities inside are thoroughly modern.
The plushest hotel in town is right on the main square, near the Presidential Palace and Parliament. Amenities include fitness centre, sauna and cable TV (with BBC news).
New, thoroughly modern hotel at the northern edge of town. It has 10 rooms, some with air-con, plus an attached art gallery and one of the better restaurants in town.
Budget travellers will find a safe haven in this spotless guesthouse. It has five spacious rooms with new furnishings, TV and shared bathroom in a huge villa. It gets busy with groups so book ahead if possible...
Has 12 rooms in two buildings, which can be combined into apartments. It’s quite cosy and comfortable with decent beds and big couches, and all the rooms have a balcony. The caretakers speak only Armenian and Russian.
This fine establishment has shared bathrooms for the single rooms and en suite bathrooms in its double rooms...
This new hotel has a quiet location, reasonable rates and modern rooms with flat panel TVs and wi-fi. There is a decent restaurant on the ground floor.
This unsigned guesthouse has two basic guestrooms in a family house. The rooms are clean and comfortable, just a little old. Breakfast is an extra AMD1000...
This reliable hotel is on the 3rd floor of the Sofia Shopping Mall. Rooms are clean and nicely furnished, just a little bland.
This unsigned guesthouse has two spartan guestrooms in a family house. The rooms are bland and boxy and you share the bathroom with the rest of the family. The hosts request payment upfront for the entire stay...
This is certainly not an official YMCA but that is what the sign reads outside the building. To confuse things further the management says the place is actually called Kars Hotel...
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