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Armenia Marriott Hotel Yerevan

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Very good hotel. Good staff, very friendly and helpful. Clean hotel. Good gym. A Marriotts hotel as one would expect but a bit outdated, hotel can change the carpets and shower curtains. A good high quality gym, spa is nice but no shower in the spa area. Nice pool area. Also the hotel prices compare to the city are very high. Also we were unable to get an upgrade for our room, which would have been greatly appreciated.

It's a shame that service is uneven because overall it is an excellent hotel and some of the staff are great. For example, Inga at the reception desk was excellent. She allowed us to check in early and gave me a very good room. On the other hand, the checkout clerk was impossible. He gave me the incorrect rate for one night. He said it would be corrected on the final bill. I asked him to give me the final bill. He said he could do that only after I gave him my credit card and paid. I told him I wouldn't pay an incorrect bill. I had to argue with him for about 10 minutes. He finally gave me the correct bill. He never explained why he wouldn't do that when I first asked. My room was usually cleaned between 4 and 5pm, right after I returned from being out of the room for 8 hours. Why do they wait until I return to clean it. Very inconsiderate. The cleaning lady often did not replace all the dirty towels and used toiletries. Once when we requested a taxi from the hotel, two of their taxi drivers argued for 5 minutes over which of them would get to take us, for a $2 fare. Some of the staff are just completely out of control and disrespectful to guests. However, most staff are excellent, very polite and helpful. They simply need to get rid of some of the staff as it is dragging down their reputation. Or put them in a job where they never interact with guests. The room was excellent. The bed was comfortable, not too hard and not too soft. It was a spacious room. Some rooms are quite small, but most are not. There was plenty of storage space, a comfortable desk chair and sitting chair with ottoman. Wife was excellent. The bathroom had a tub/shower that was very high and required an effort to climb over the tub side. Fortunately there was a hand grip to help make the climb. People with mobility problems won't be able to manage and need to request a walk-in shower. The shower was hot and had good pressure. There was a large vanity, but little storage underneath. The towels were soft. There were plenty of good toiletries. The flatscreen TV was decent size, but because it was a long room, it was hard to see from bed. I had to watch from one of the chairs. There was just enough counter top space. The closet was a bit small, with an iron and board. The restaurant was okay. Many dishes were strange variants of Western food. For example, the Reuben sandwich had roast beef (not corned beef), pickles (not sauerkraut), toasted wheat bread (not grilled rye bread), and Swiss cheese (1 out of 4 ingredients was correct). The main restaurant is Italian and there's not much else. Room service has more variety. Hardly anyone eats in the restaurant except at breakfast, because it has boring food and is overpriced. The pool is outdoors and it is warm enough only for 3-4 months in the summer. The pub and lounge areas just off the lobby are inviting and comfortable. There are some gift shops and a jewelry store (Nur) which is very attractive (and deservedly very high priced). There is a bank, travel agency, and other shops on site. Because the hotel is divided into new and old buildings, and even those contain multiple sections, getting around is a bit confusing. Some of the elevators don't get to some of the floors, some elevators are big enough for only 2 people, etc. The restaurants are on the third floor. It's all a bit of a mess, but that's what happens when a very old building is re-purposed as a hotel. The location is superb, facing onto Republic Square with the colored illuminated fountains at night, across the street from the fantastic National Gallery of Armenia, and close to many shops and restaurants. While not a five star hotel, it is an excellent choice. Good luck avoiding the surly staff that try to ruin your stay.

My wife and I were guests from October 29 to November 1in this year. The reason for choosing this hotel was a lot of advertisements about it, and even now you can see them on the Internet. Unfortunately, in my opinion, this hotel was one of the worst hotels I've been visiting in recent years. For the following reasons: 1-There was no significant welcome at the hotel. Even the employees that their duty was to open the doors did not open them until you look and strongly want to. 2- Despite the request and empty room and enough money, rooms have a view of the Republic Square to be not rent. 3-Although we had already booked and paid the full money We got 60,000 drums on our arrival, which had not been announced before. I had some dollars, I asked them to let my wife go to the room, So I go to the exchange, But they did not allow it, They said they did not give up the room, I had to go to the exchange at that moment. 4-Despite the advertising, the hotel only had one active restaurant. 5-Despite the hotel's advertising, there was no plan for Halloween. (You can see ads on the Internet right now.) 6-The rate of drinks in the mini-bar was twice the price of the supermarket, which was 100 steps away. 7-We wanted to introduce the pool to us. We wanted to swim. He introduced the Aqua Park Hotel Pool. That was outside the city. We went there but the pool was inactive. 8-If you say you need a taxi, Taxi rates were doubled and you should pay in cash. 9-The Internet at the hotel was 1800 drums per hour. Even in Yerevan's bars and restaurants, the internet is free. 10-One of the lifts was damaged and a healthy elevator was shared both for guests and for the hotel staff and crew. 11-There was no tissue in the rooms. Only one was in the bathroom. I have proof of what I said.If you wish, I can send you by email. I do not advise at all. Our holiday is ruined.

Here are the pros on this hotel: GREAT location in Independence Square and very close to many major attractions, clean quiet room with comfortable bed & good air conditioning, fairly good breakfast. Some of the staff were nice. Here are the cons: VERY crowded and difficult to get a table for breakfast, hardly any space for toiletries in my bathroom, very small cramped elevators, some parts of the hotel were quite worn and showing their age. Some of the staff were not so nice. Overall: a fairly good hotel, but this was definitely a step down from my stay at the Marriott Hotel in Tbilisi Georgia.

The hotel is in a brilliant central location but is a little bit tired.. rooms were spacious and beds comfortable but there was very little atmosphere about the place. We were in the main block and my son was in an adjoining block and it was quite a trip to his room..not very convenient. Breakfast OK. However, I suspect this is the best hotel in Yerevan and in many ways a good option.

We were upgraded to executive floor. We paid extra about 150$ for 6 adults, in 2 rooms. They have a buffet all day open. It was very good. The hotel is in excellent location . The vernissage market is very near.

ホテルのロケーションは最高です。リパブリック広場側の部屋を予約すると眺めがよく、夜の イルミネーションもきれいです。ホテル内の旅行会社(Beau Monde Service)はメールの対応も丁寧で、信頼のおける堅実な旅行会社です。(英語のコミュケーション)ガイドのLiana、リアナさんがオススメです。 Location of Hotel is excellent. Travel Agent is reliable and very good. Travel Guide Mrs. Liana is professional and very kind. We strongly recommend to book a trip with her.

This is an odd place. It’s in a good location and seems prepossessing. It seems to be a converted government building, reminiscent of County Hall in London. Until you get in the door, when it just seems cramped with a bar and little café and booths all squashed in a small space. The two restaurants are similarly cramped and claustrophobic. Thin rooms with high ceilings. My snack takes an age to arrive, though the waiter is very pleasant, as are the check in staff and the ’bell-boy’. It’s a long walk to my room, in an extension wing, up some stairs and past conference facilities and a ball room to another lift and then another long walk from the lift. The lifts are operated by room cards and the reader is very temperamental, and rickety. Quite a few people were having trouble using it. The room is ok. It is a suite, so relatively spacious, with separate seating and wardrobe area. The bathroom is a bit poky and slightly rough round the edges. There’s an old plastic plug with a rusty ring and a mark on the tiles where the shower bracket has been moved. I have two balconies with a view of some buildings, two car parks and a heap of old metal. Mount Ararat is behind there somewhere. The electric sockets are so close to the floor that I can’t get my adapter and plugs in. They just about work in the socket on the table lamp. Good Wi-Fi. But it all lacks atmosphere.

The room was large and clean. The breakfast was fantastic! Be sure and have the apricot nectar, Armenia is famous for its apricots. The lobby is beautiful. You walk right outside to Republic Square, which is amazing. In the middle is a mosaic area and when seen from above it looks like an Armenian rug. The history museum right across the square is fabulous. The hotel is in a very safe neighborhood and I walked around by myself and felt completely safe. The executive lounge has a balcony with a great view. I would stay here again.

We spent 4 days in the hotel with pre- high expectations.But we were a bit disappointed; our room was on the 3rd floor,where the only elevator available was also used by the service team and therefore not clean and very slow, each time we had to wait for ages to get to our room or to the lobby.Sometimes we prefered to take the stairs instead. Cleanliness was ok but not as expected.We had reserved a room for 3 people but the room service was always set for 2 people.We had to ask for the 3rd every day!! The restaurant terrasse of the hotel was very nice but unfortunately nobody spoke english.We really suffered from this handicap. The excellent thing about this hotel was its location:right facing the republic square where we could enjoy the dancing fountains at night.It is within a walking distance from all the major attractions in Yerevan.One more advantage of this hotel was the touristic bureau they had: very helpful,quick service and professionnal customized tours

1 Amiryan Street Yerevan

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Republic Square and National Gallery of Armenia
  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Located in Kentron, Armenia Marriott Hotel Yerevan is next to popular attractions like Republic Square and Singing Fountains. This 259-room, 4-star hotel has a full-service spa along with an outdoor pool and free self parking. Centrally located in Yerevan, the hotel is also a short walk from National Gallery of Armenia and Yerevan Opera House.


Dining

There are ample dining options with 5 onsite restaurants, including Armenia Brasserie, which specializes in American cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the bar/lounge or 2 coffee shops/cafés. Full breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 11 AM.


Rooms

All of Armenia Marriott Hotel Yerevan's 259 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including minibars, coffee makers, and free bottled water. LCD TVs come with satellite channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with WiFi and wired Internet. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and down comforters, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other amenities include ceiling fans, safes, and phones.


Property features

At Armenia Marriott Hotel Yerevan, guests enjoy a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center. You can take advantage of free parking, along with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for AMD 10000 per vehicle. A multilingual staff is on hand to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include free WiFi in public areas, 9 meeting rooms, and a conference center.

Room options

Executive Room, Business Lounge Access, Executive Level

Full 2 | King 1 | Sleeps 3

Junior Suite, Business Lounge Access

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Superior Deluxe Room

Full 2 | King 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

84% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 673 reviews