Charming old 3-storey house redolent of faded glory and a bygone bourgeois lifestyle from Armenia's pre-Soviet era. On a quiet street 5 mins walk from Opera Square, shops & restaurants. Our bedroom & shower-room were small & spartan but beds are comfy enough, there's hot water (tho somewhat temperamental) and aircon worked well. Only problem was being on the ground floor we could hear every footstep in the room directly above ours -- clop clop clop on wooden floors -- annoying when you're trying to sleep!
Breakfast in the basement dining room is around a communal table where you can meet other guests. Next to the dining room there's a shop selling lots of colourful pottery made by a local charity -- useful for buying gifts/souvenirs while helping a worthy cause. Apart from breakfast (which was good, and laid out with brisk efficiency), service was minimal; there's no-one at the reception outside office hours.More
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