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TravelPod Member ReviewsAviatrans Yerevan
It was pleasant, the staffs were very helpful, and speak English very well. The location was perfect very near to Republic Square (2 mins walking). Also the hotel was so clean and the bed and room were very comfortable. though I have to say the furniture a bit looking old, and they need to do something about the elevator. It was very small even for 2 small girls like me and my friend.
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