Harsnaqar Hotel



Elegantly designed rooms at Harsnaqar hotel provide all the necessary accommodations: two separate or a bed, soft furniture, mini bar, television, air conditioner, a telephone, large bathroom with a hair-drier, balcony or verandah.
You can stay at the two- or three-room accommodations of semi de-lux and lux categories along with comfortable mini-cottages. There are fashionable two-storied cottages: hallway, living room with a fireplace, kitchen with all the relevant appliances and utensils, a guest restroom, a dormitory and large balcony.

Water world
Aqua-park entrance is free for all hotel clients. One can find a cozy Fresh Bar at the Aqua-park territory whereas music amateurs will be pleased with a variety of different music styles at the Discotheques in the evenings.
Tennis courts, mini football & basketball fields
For those guests, who like healthy life-style, and prefer to combine their rest with active sport relaxation, the hotel offers  free high accessorized tennis courts, mini football & basketball fields. You may enjoy them with your children, and your friends.

Conference Hall
The Complex has a Conference Hall for 50 people supplied with the most state-of-art equipment for simultaneous translation. Thus, you can work and rest here at the same time

In the main building the hotel has a very comfortable playhall with different interesting games (playstation,  PC ).

It is an emerald of Armenia in 1900 meters above the sea level. There are numerous beaches along the entire lake shore. The most famous cultural monument is the Sevanavank monastery near the town of Sevan at the northwestern shore. Initially the monastery was located on an island, but the fall of the water level turned it into a peninsula.
A peninsula on which the Sevan monastery was built in the 9th century separates Big and Little Sevans . The monastery harmonizes perfectly with the fabric of the amazing surroundings. The monastery has been reborn, and a theological seminary has been opened. The road to the church winds past ancient engraved tombstones, called khachkars, resembling an open air museum.
Another monastery at the western shore is Hayrivank, and further south, near Noratus, there is a field of khachkars, a cemetery with approximately 900 khachkars of different styles. When the water level fell, many archeological artefacts were found, 2000 years old or older.



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