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Reviewed 4 June 2013

I arrived at Villa Delenda at 8PM, just in time to check in (I did not know that I would have been locked out, I got lucky). The young ladies at reception were quite pleasant, though we spoke in English and there were some moments of awkwardness. My room was OK, not well let but large. I could hear everything the person upstairs was doing so falling asleep was a bit of a challenge. The shower was OK, but do bring your own shampoo as they do not provide any. Breakfast was good, but the eggs were on the cold side and the coffee was only average. Overall not a terrible place to stay for a night, but there were hotels priced similarly and I think I might have been better off at one of them.

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled solo
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1  Thank Canuckker
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Reviewed 31 May 2013

I'm writing this review to let travelers know that Villa Delenda does not accept credit cards. All payment must be made cash only. In the 21st Century, in Armenia's capital city, this should be noted in flashing red letters for prospective guests.

Some travelers will not be bothered by this, but for those who do not like to carry large amounts of cash for bed and board, I hope that this review will be useful.

Villa Delenda is beautifully decorated, but the rooms are extremely small and there are none of the amenities that one expects from a real hotel. Also, reception is in the basement and one has to walk downstairs into the basement for any sort of service. Service is also provided by very young women - possibly teenagers. There is also no reception or service at night, and guests are given keys to let themselves in and out of the building. Because of all of these factors, I think that it should be classified as a 'bed and breakfast' NOT a proper hotel.

As to location, Villa Delenda is near a nice park, but the area is mixed - older properties that are falling apart along side those that are nicely maintained. I recommend something on or near Republic Square - that is a better location.

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled solo
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1  Thank laurakelley
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Reviewed 30 May 2013

Stayed here for 3 nights, overall it was a positive experience. At times the service could have been better, but I think it was more of a language issue rather than the service itself but the reception staff did appear awkward at times.

The breakfast is filling, a variety of breads, eggs and cheeses (very nice!) and the rooms a bargain for what you pay. Large, spacious with a bathroom attached.

The location is perfect, a 5 minute walk from the city centre near some cafes and bars.

I would recommend to anyone looking for a place to stay in Yerevan!

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled solo
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1  Thank jack c
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Reviewed 1 May 2013

The hotel is in the heart of the city - excellent location. The price is also very good.

The staff was very friendly. I really appreciated all the advice Lucinda gave me (I think this was her name, a very young teacher in Spanish and English who works at the hotel).

There is no night reception and you need a key for the front door. So if you arrive at night, call at the hotel to warn them. There was an old woman, who spoke Russian, who opened the hotel for me. She was waiting for me for more than an hour at night and nevertheless greeted me with a smile. Needless to say, there is no fitness or room service :-).

The breakfast was abundant.

My room was spacious and pleasant. The atmosphere is pleasant - but it is very different from what you would expect as it is an old style building, furniture and interior. The floors "sing". The bed was comfortable.

My room faced the street which was very loud in the morning (rush hour). I had ear plugs and was fine.

The bathroom is very basic but do not be shocked - all works.

I was only one night, so better read also other comments. Also look at the pictures to see whether it is the right style for you. I can recommend it for easy going tourists who look for a less expensive accommodation and are in Yerevan to learn about the culture and get some real life experience. There is a shop in the basement of the hotel which sells Armenian ceramics.

Room Tip: Ask for a room that does not face the street.
  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled solo
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2  Thank Elena K
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Reviewed 31 March 2013

Have to admit, being from Yerevan myself I have never actually slept in this hotel, but on different occasions, I brought dozens of friends there, and passed a lot of time with them in it, so I guess, supported by their more than positive words, and my own impressions, I have the right to say that the place is just perfect. Great location, in a quite cozy park in the heart of the town, the building itself is one of the few remnants of the "old town", refurbished with great taste and attention to detail. All the rooms (just 8 of them) are unique, immaculately clean and too cozy to be true. Breakfast is hearty and delicious (had a chance to try it), and the managements and staff, even if not numerous, very efficient and friendly. It's quite difficult in reality to find anything wrong with this place, maybe a small minus is that the water in the bathrooms is heated by boilers, so you have to wait for a while until the water is hot enough for taking a shower, but well nobody's perfect.

  • Stayed: March 2013, travelled with friends
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2  Thank pataphysicus
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