Noah's Ark hotel is an excellent place for both business and leisure travelers. Consider us as your second home each time you visit the magic Baku city.
Additional hotel information
Check in 02:00 p.m
Check out 12:00 a.m
24 hours front desk
24 hours room service
Non smoking and smoking rooms
Laundry and dry cleaning service
Car parking nearby
Close to Baku underground station - Ichari Shahar
Car rental service
Luggage storage service
Various excursion and tours services
Noah's Ark hotel is located in Baku, capital city of Azerbaijan, namely in beautiful and fascinating "Icheri Sheher" which has been included into the World Cultural Heritage List of UNESCO. Our 3 star hotel with 5 star services is distinquished with its high-level services and modern requirements, convenient location, a few minutes walk to business and shopping centers of the city,. The hotel has been established and designed elegantly to meet the individual and business needs of our highly respected guests.
Noah’s Ark Hotel offers Bed & Breakfast, Half Board and All Inclusive service packages, is situated in the Old City, the most ancient part of Baku, in 100-120 meters from subway. All the rooms are provided with ventilationand heating systems. In every room there is an digital safe, mini-refrigerator, cable television with 99 channels, telephone line with international access, iron and iron-board, and electric tea pot. Guests are served with tea-bags and mineral water on a daily basis. Simultaneously with standard rooms, an apartment for up to 5 people (with the area of 120 m2) is offered to guests.
All bathrooms are equipped with hygienic liquid soap and shampoo, normal and magnifying mirrors, portable hair-drier, telephone, towel for body and legs, hygienic shower and important WC accessories. Bathrooms in All Inclusive package include followings in addition to above-mentioned accessories: bathrobe, toothbrush and toothpaste, shaving set, shower cap,comb, cotton buds, and cream for hands and legs. The new heating system uninterruptedly provides guests with hot water.
The hotel is situated three blocks from the promenade on the Caspian Sea. The interior is very modern - it has a clean and minimalist feeling. One has beautiful views of the city from the bar and restaurant on the 19 and 20 th floor. Only foreigners stay here. So, this is not the place to go if you want to authentic Azerbaijan experience. The English of some of the staff, even at reception, is limited.
Hotel guests have access to a fully equipped gym and heated swimming pool on the 9th floor.
Caring, informative but dirty and out of center
The owner is director of tourist information. He knows all about his village and the history. The house is not very clean and far on the hill.
Nice modern appartment for rent with wifi and aircondition on walking distance from metro station and train station. We paid 200 euro for 3 nights. It is clean and modern.
local home, use of all wifi, washing machine, clean, close to US embassy
Had a hard time finding the place, its up an alley through a door way in a tiny courtyard. but great location its just inside the east gate to the old town near Maidens tower and all old town attractions. Baxlul went way above and beyond helping us when we weren't allowed to leave the country due to visa problems, he alone makes your stay in Azerbaijan 1000 times easier. I can see how if it was fully booked it would be quite crowded, i would advise avoiding the peak months. But best deal in Baku and Baxlul is the man.
Its an apartment really, not so much a hostel. but internet access(56k) and a kitchen. beds are uncomfortable.
My friend and I were the 11th & 12th guest to stay at this new hostel located in the walls of the Old City of Baku. We got there at 0500 or so and woke the place up but the manager, Ozan, was kind enough to let us in and get us sorted. The place is a little misleading from the web site regarding size but it made up for it with good memories. That's one of the key components of a good hostel the other being cleanliness and this was in place too.
The one thing that stands out in for 1000 Camels is the price- $20 US. There were plenty of places higher rates but nothing clean and centrally located for the money we paid.
Canub isn't that great and the cleaning ladies work nights as hookers and love disturbing guests. The price is too overcharge for what you get. To pay 50-60 manats for Canub is a crime!!! Araz hotel - rooms, suffering with severe damp problems, browned paper peeling from the walls, paint chipping from the ceiling, rotten windows, doing nothing to keep out the noise of the busy road below and dirty curtains hanging precariously from two or three points on the curtain rail and bed linen, oh, i think it was not washed after previous clients.All the more they are not recommended, if you travel with your girlfriend.
poor renovation, shared bathroom, insanitariness, dirty, overcharge price, etc.
50 new manat the single, 60 new manat the double. Basic facilities, clean rooms and bathrooms (LP info seems outdated), air-con. Breakfast is included in the price, but use of the "luggage room" seems to require 2 manats extra :-). One of the receptionists is fluent in English, hotel staff is generally friendly but less helpful.
excellent location allowed easy moving in and around Baku, both day and night.
nice place to stay, good english spoken by the two brothers (one more friendly and laid back than the other, mind), the fantastic old hammam to use, nice food prepared on request. A good place to stay, certainly, but it is getting expensive for what the accomodation actually is - ie no running water, single squat toilet, shared rooms. I paid the same to stay here as I paid to stay at the amazingly good and good value Caravanserai hotel in Sheki, $20.
Traveling a lot, i found out that personal accommodation is the best alternative to any hotel
(of course, if you will stay in any country more than 2-3 days...):
1 reason- BUDGET!!! To rent the apartment is cheaper than to book a room in the hotel...
2 reason- COMFORT!!! If you rent the apartment you will have an opportunity to have your own house holding: a room, a bathroom and a kitchen, which you will not have in cheap hotels...All these also safe your budget...
3 reason- PERSONALITY!!! Also if you rent the apartment, you will get your own temporary real estate and can do there all you want (to invite smb, to come back home at any time you want etc...)
So if you want i can advice you Travelazerbaijan company...All their apartments are in the centre of Baku and their prices are very cheap.
This hotel is set next to a supermarket in a nondescript rectangular building. The lobby has nice Azeri carpets and furnishings and the bell boy was very helpful, even carrying my heavy luggage up the stairs to my room (there is no lift).
The room was only ok. It is supposed to be a 4-star hotel, but by US, European or SE Asian standards, I'd call it a 1 to 2 star place. The room was a bit rundown and the bathroom was only mostly clean.
The worst part was that the air conditoning was broken and it was a pretty hot day. The management promised to fix it but never did.
They gave us a discounted rate because of the broken air conditioning but it was still about US $70, with the company discount, per room. Regular price should be around US $100, with no discounts. Far too expensive for a place with zero character, although it did include breakfast.
There was really nothing remarkable about this hotel except for the good bell boy service.
Duyma is a new hotel, just opened at the beginning of May 2005. It's a 4-storey building right at the foothill of a beautiful mountain with green forests. It is in the deep end of Vandam village in the region of Gabala. I would recommend anyone traveling to Gabala to stay there. Because you are near all the sightseeing. 7 beauties waterfalls is only 15 mins away driving and downtown Gabala is also not faraway.
The location of this place is the best thing about it. It's surrounded by Caucasus mountains, there is a river running near the hotel and right next to the building there is a beautiful small pond. Also you can find a number of waterfalls if you hike up the mountain behind the hotel.
The hotel has its own restaurant and bar. The food is not bad, however you may want to try the other restaurants along the road going to the village. The rooms are clean, have A/C and hot water. The staff is very friendly!
There are quite a few very good western style hotels in Baku such as the Europe hotel, or the ISR plaza hotel or the Hyatt Regency hotel.
I would personally recommend staying at ISR plaza because it is located in the very centre of Baku. Baku is very centrered and you will find the most life going on only in the centre. ISR plaza is located around 5 minutes by foot from the most popular place in Baku- Torgovaya street. You will find very many shops, restaurants there. It is also around 15 minutes by foot from the Bulvar which is the sea shore. If you stay in the Hyatt Regency hotel even though it is technically in the centre, you will not be able to get to anywhere without taking a taxi. The prices of ISR plaza and Hyatt Regency are usually close and not cheap.
I went to Guba in winter and stayed at the Long Forest. If you're in Guba and looking for a European holiday resort, then Long Forest is the place for you. With ten air-conditioned timber chalets scattered throughout the forest and with a central bar/restaurant offering a quality menu, it provides the perfect escape from Baku. In addition to the sauna and steam-room facilities the complex also contains conference facilities. Horse-riding, mountain biking, table-tennis, volleyball, paintball and trekking are available whilst fishing, camping, off-roading can be arranged on request. The entire resort has 24 hour security.
Long Forest is in Guba region of Azerbaijan, situated in the foothills of the Great Caucasus Mountain Range. This beautiful region offers many days of exploring nature's sights from the waterfalls at Tange Alty to Khinalig, the highest inhabited point of Azerbaijan. Staying at the Long Forest, you can take advantage of Guba's attractions.
Almost anywhere outside Baku you're likely to come across a set of cottage houses that serve as hotels. They are usually neat and will have clean set of bed linen. However, you may want to bring your own towels. Sometimes shower facilities will be couple of cottages away, but toilets are usually built inside the cottage houses. Service is pretty good but you may not always find it easy to explain your needs to the staff that most likely won't know a word in your language. But if you're patient and use a correct body language, you will get what you need... eventually :)))
The food is available in most places, though it may not be included in the price. However, it is really good and cheap. You can have tea brought to your room in "samovar" with tea jam and light snacks. If you are uncomfortable with the temperature of the room, ask for either heaters or fans. They'll be provided free of charge. So if you're traveling within Azerbaijan, cottage houses are recommended for getting a good night's sleep!
The best thing about these cottage houses is that they are usually located near rivers, mountains or at beautiful landscapes. They are within walking distances from hiking places or waterfalls. They won't have swimming pools or anything but you won't even crave for one as there will definitely be a lake or a river nearby.
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