3 April, 2023 seen 36,644Update: This article originally was written back in 2014 - a lot has changed since then, mostly prices and services - prices have gone up, service in some cases have gone down - I've removed any contacts listed in this article - please read comments section for up to the date information. See: Tbilisi - Yerevan Transfer by GoTrip.Ge Review Those of you…
We stayed at this boutique hotel in Yerevan for 2 nights at the start of January 2014. This hotel is one of the best I have visited lately. It's truly a boutique hotel - apartments are clean and warm. The King size bed is awesome and Sateliite TV with more than 200 Russian (and not only) channels is all the traveler needs.
The hotel offers a really nice feature - breakfast in the room. Fruits and water are for free + plus in your fridge, you 'll find soda and wine + that's for small extra money.
King size bed at hotel Meg in Yerevan
Centrally located in the heart of the capital, Hotel Meg, Yerevan’s only boutique hotel is within minutes’ walk from the famous Matenadaran, the Cascade and the Opera.
This small hotel of only seven spacious one and two-room suites have been designed based on the simple concept of doing everything possible to make our guests feel at home.
Whether for business or pleasure, our stylish rooms, comfortable luxurious beds, modern facilities along with our friendly, courteous and professional staff, promise to make your stay in Yerevan a memorable one.
If you take a Taxi - tell him to take you to Government Hosting place, we tried to explain address Jirashat 1, but nobody, I mean nobody knew where such street is located. If you speak Russian - tell taxi driver - next to дом приема.
Interior at Hotel meg in Yerevan, Armenia
Laptop connected probably was writing an article about Etchmiadzin cathedral in Armenia
If you need a taxi service from the Hotel ask at the reception to call you a taxi - under the hotel, there is a Taxi base, and your taxi will be available in 2-3 minutes. Prices around Yerevan 600 Dram for first 3 km, and 100 drams for each extra kilometer.