Address: 121 Kamo Street, Dilijan, Province of Tavush, Armenia
Haghartsin Hotel and Restaurant Complex is located in Dilijan, one of the most popular resorts in Armenia famous for its nature and favorable climate.
Dilijan is enjoyable all year round. The distance from Yerevan is only 95 kilometers. The surrounding picturesque mountains of the Lesser Caucasus along with the fresh air and healing spring waters of Dilijan fill you with positive energy. The restaurant existed during the Soviet Period, while the hotel was added in 2008 in the course of a fundamental reconstruction to the whole complex.
FACILITIES AND SERVICES
Hotel Haghartsin features 22 comfortable rooms and 10 cottages. The room categories are luxury and standard, for double, triple and quadruple occupancy.
All rooms and cottages have been furnished with necessary facilities to meet the essential needs of the guests: private bathroom with hairdryer and all amenities, mini-bar, satellite TV, heating system, telephone, make-up mirrors. The compound has a large selection of entertainment options for its guests. Besides enjoying the beautiful surroundings, visitors and guests can make use of the heated indoor swimming pool, gymnasium, table tennis, air hockey, billiards, Russian and Finnish saunas, laundry services, business centre, playroom and playground for children. You will also have access to Wi-Fi throughout most of the Haghartsin Hotel complex. This complex is convenient for both family vacation and business trips.
The conference facilities at Haghartsin hotel complex include a medium size conference hall for up to 60 delegates. The hotel provides all the requested equipment for the events held here.
RESTAURANTS AND BARS
Haghartsin complex has long time traditions of restaurant services. The hotel features a big restaurant with famous Armenian and European cuisine and live music in the evenings. There are two bars as well as an outdoor café on the premises. In addition to the main hall, the restaurant offers separate banquet houses and barbeque pavilions on the bank of the river.