- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, MasterCard, and Visa.
- If entering the country requires a visa, the property may be able to help you with some of the supporting documents necessary to obtain one. The property may charge for these services even if you cancel your reservation. Any arrangements are exclusively between the property and yourself. For more details, you can contact the property at the number on your booking confirmation.
- The hotel can refuse certain bookings for the purpose of group events or parties, which include pre-wedding stag/bachelor and hen/bachelorette parties.
- Reservations need to be made in advance for massage services and spa treatments. Contact the hotel at the phone number listed on your booking confirmation.
- Registered guests are the only ones allowed in guestrooms.
Hilton Baku5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Good Hotel location with very nice view in Baku Specially 360 bar in the roof also Sky grill was very nice view. Food is very nice with special cuisine. Also Sugar Lounge is nice and stuff are polite.
Stayed in the Baku Hilton for 4 nights, April 2018. It has been a very enjoyable stay. Hotel rooms are very good and convenient. Everything worked perfectly. 10 minutes walk to city centre. A taxi ride costs 3 US$... Staff super cordially. Mukhtar, the consierge, assited us most willingly arranging a tour outside Baku as well as restaurants reservations. Emin, dinning supervisor, has welcomed us each morning at the dining room and made sure we are properly seated. Our waiter Ilkin paid special attention that we are not skipping anything of the wide variety of breakfast dishes. We had a very good dinner , though a bit pricey, at their Sky restaurant. Nice dishes and very good service. Had a drink and snacks at their 360 degrees rotating bar, enjoying the night views of Baku, including the flames decorated Flame towers. In all, we enjoyed very much our Baku vacation, the hotel, the city and especially the warm welcome of the Azeri people we have met.
I stayed two weekend nights at the Hilton Baku, receiving a Diamond upgrade to a corner suite on the 21st floor. First, Baku is an amazing city, an underrated, undiscovered tourist location worthy of world attention. I hope it stays a secret as the general absence of tourists makes the place an easy place to enjoy. Second, there are many upscale western hotel chains in the city from which to choose. I hold top-tier status with five of the world’s largest hotel chains, so it would’ve been easy for me to stay at any of Marriott, Hyatt, IHG, Accor, et al. hotels. I chose the Hilton because of a few key points—rotating rooftop bar with 360° panorama of the city and the Caspian, a high-quality spa, an Executive Lounge with excellent service, and the quality I’ve come to expect from Hilton overseas properties. Now then—my room was a large, two-room suite with a large full bath featuring walk-in shower, separate bathtub, two sinks, and luxe finishings. The room, on a corner, was covered with large windows offering a beautiful view of a park on the Caspian Sea. The hotel offers three restaurants and the aforementioned rooftop bar, a full fitness center, a hamam, endless pool, and a well-appointed, well-staffed executive lounge. The hotel is a 10-15-minute walk to the Old Town, which is a neat, tidy, and reasonably sized area replete with shoppes, restaurants, and historical sites. It’s close to the metro and only a 25-30-minute drive from the airport. You can sort transportation through the concierge via email for smooth transfers. The staff are gracious, accommodating, and demonstrate the extreme commitment to and display of service that Eastern Europe has continued after Western Europe has forgotten it. In all, the place is brilliant and will earn a return stay from me.
The stuff are very friendly which makes the whole stay an amazing experience. The rooms are comfortable. the view of the restaurant is very good. The hotel can be a bit costly but recommended. Front desk stuff are very good.
This hotel is well situated for families visiting baku . Easy to walk to old city, a mall is located across the street and the beach promenade is also across the road. Food and shopping is easy to find
Generally very happy with our recent stay here. Everything was very efficient and the room was modern and in very good order. The spa was great with a good swimming pool and steam room. Breakfast was also very good with lots of choice and decent coffeee if you order espresso. Only complaint was a nosiy neighbour so avoid rooms with connecting doors. Would definitely stay here again.
Ive been there for 4 nigh in baku , all the stuff are helpful and friendly ! All of then speak english , The lovely thing that i loved from them, it was a vacation and the hotel is full but they didn’t forget about what the costumers needs ,, well on each order that we made , they call us back and ask if we like the service ! Thats wow ive been to alot of hotels but of this ? No i never seen this really I want to thanks alll the stuff and of course i will come back
Hilton baku is the one of best hotels in this area. Happy atmosphere and delishez food. I enjoyed staying in this hotel. Clean and comfortable room. room service work daily and with schedule. Like Hilton baku :D
Although the Hilton Baku satisfies the formal criteria for the highest rating, neither of my two separate stays of one night each the last week of March left me in love with this place. Certainly the hotel didn’t succeed in establishing any emotional connection - and as noted by other reviewers, it's relatively pricey. The location of the Hilton is quite central, though the immediate vicinity may not be the most conducive to arriving or departing on foot, as the hotel is situated on something like an island surrounded by wide, heavily trafficked streets. The Old Town is perhaps 15 minutes away on foot. The room on both occasions was nice. There was a separate bathtub and shower, the bed was comfortable and noise was not a problem. True, the razor (which had to be requested) was of low quality, the toiletries (even in the suite rooms) were of the usual uninspiring Hilton variety and both times, the bathroom was without a proper door, featuring instead a translucent glass separator that swung into place but couldn’t really be shut and whose closed position left substantial gaps on all sides. I also can’t complain about the impersonableness of the Hilton. That’s just the way it is with most chains and most large hotels (this place is both), minus the rare exception, which the Hilton certainly isn’t. Then there’s the executive lounge. In general I found it good. Both mornings they had (in addition to the usual eggs and sausages) three good hot vegan dishes: potatoes, beans in tomato sauce and either mushrooms or mixed vegetables. They even had a decent cold vegan dish: grilled eggplant, zucchini and pepper. Not being squeamish, I was not put off by the fact that on both occasions, I found one or two small hairs in the food. This is not technically the lounge’s fault, but is rather an issue for the kitchen to deal with, where I suspect people with hairy arms are working in short sleeves. The selection in the executive lounge in the evening was less ample. I was there three times, and they always had two warm dishes, neither of them vegan and indeed four out of a total of six with meat. Beyond the warm dishes, the selection consisted mainly of salads and things like hummus, for the most part in tiny individual dishes, which I assume is their attempt at portion control but which I regard as a nuisance under most circumstances and found a bit extreme at the Hilton. The lounge featured next to nothing in the way of food between breakfast and dinner, other than some fruits and nuts. In its favor, it is spacious and being on the 23rd floor offers a view of the city, though perhaps not in the ideal direction. One aspect of the lounge I would do something about is the computers, whose speakers I would disable. The lounge is a public place and not for adolescents to watch videos in without headphones at the volume they would choose in their own room. The gym I would describe as adequate. In addition to the usual cardio equipment, the Hilton has a set of dumbbells up to 30 kg, a bench for bench pressing, some barbells and plates for training with free weights and a number of weight machines. At the same time, they are missing a lot that I’d have expected to find in a hotel of this size and cost: a leg press, a Smith machine, a dip/chin-up station, a pec deck, even a shoulder press, just to name some examples. At least it is open 24 hours. Internet worked fine, and it was just a wee bit annoying to be told to use access codes I was given at check-in, only for the web page that appeared to demand my room number and name. On my second stay staff assured me that the problem had been dealt with and I would need to use the codes to get internet, but once again this was not the case. Personally I don’t care which method the hotel prefers, I just want access without any confusion about how to get it. Finally, there’s check-out. I consider a late check-out to be an important benefit on certain occasions, which my second stay here definitely was. However, despite my Diamond HHonors status, noon was all I got. As I made it clear on arrival that I hoped for a late check-out, perhaps that would have been a good moment for a conversation about which room type would have been consistent with this desire. Instead, I was just told to ask the next morning about a possible check-out time. I suspect that a late check-out, even if only an hour late, is almost always possible when a hotel invests a little thought in meeting the request, but the staff member at check-out only needed five seconds to get a “no” from her superior when she inquired for me. I was naturally allowed to remain in the executive lounge. Summing up, I could envision another stay here, but would compare rates with other hotels and might balk at paying almost 400 AZN to stay here again.
This hotel is perfect for a short or long stay. The hotel has plenty of amenities in particular the swimming pool in the 23rd floor is a top-notch. In addition, there is a 360 hotel view from the top floor. If you have the chance to go there don't miss it.
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Hilton Baku places you next to Government House and within a 10-minute walk of Azerbaijan State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre. This 309-room, 5-star hotel has conveniences like a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and free self parking. In central Baku, the hotel is also close to Heydar Aliyev Palace and Fountain Square.
Enjoy dining at Cilantro, one of 3 onsite restaurants. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6 AM to 11 AM.
Hilton Baku's 309 rooms are air-conditioned and provide minibars, coffee makers, and free local calls. Guests can expect WiFi, wired Internet, and 32-inch LCD TVs with digital channels and pay movies. Select Comfort beds sport pillow menus and down comforters, and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Free bottled water, laptop-compatible safes, and ironing boards are also available.
Hilton Baku features a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a fitness center. There's free parking and limo/town car service. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include 5 spa tubs, a sauna, and a rooftop terrace.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
84.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 943 reviews