The Crown Hotel

Address: 7, Neftchi Gurban Abbasov str., Baku, AZ 1003, Azerbaijan | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 7, Neftchi Gurban Abbasov str., Baku, is near National Museum of Antiquities of Tajikistan, Parthian Settlement of Nisa, Arch of Neutrality, and Ayni Opera & Ballet Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from Baku

    Sailing across the Caspian Sea!

    A travel blog entry by 2graytravellers on May 12, 2014

    ... keep us going whilst aboard. We shared a 4 berth overnight cabin with a Dutch couple who also had grand-children, so we christened it the Granny Annexe.
    Our crossing was very calm and we ladies spent an hour on top deck during the morning doing some Tai Chi moves to pass the time and enjoy the lovely sunshine.
    We were all amazed to be landing in Turkmenistan by about 4pm later that day, as our cargo boat ...

    City Tour and More Walking around Baku

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Oct 14, 2013

    150 photos

    ... had to head back toward the old city to find something to eat, drink or do. We didn't have to but that was the plan. First we headed toward the Caspian Sea and walked along the Baku Boulevard park area, then we crossed over to the business area and entered a large shopping mall that Leo and Noel had been to yesterday. There we looked around - I tried a few sporting goods stores for a soccer shirt for Theo and Noel looked for ideas for his shopping ...

    A shocking day.... literally.

    A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels on May 23, 2013

    1 comment, 34 photos

    ... so intrigued by my bike that he pulled right up to me and was probably only 4 inches from my bike frame, which would have been annoying if we were stationary but was worse given we were going at about 15mph in traffic. That doesn’t sound much but as there is no rear view on a bike, your awareness of things coming up behind you is alot less than in a car, so it is quite easy to not realise who is around you..... This guy seemed surprised at my reaction, because he simply wanted ...

    Police and traffic galore, welcome to Baku.

    A travel blog entry by scruffy.alex on Jul 20, 2012

    3 photos

    ... was interesting but far from spectacular.

    Into Baku and we were smack dab in what would be 2hours of non stop traffic as we tried to make our way towards the foreshore. Finally finding the hotels location as described in Lonely Planet, it turned out that it had been bulldozed earlier in the year (possibly too much of an eyesore for all the visiting Eurovision tourists).

    Hot tired and over the traffic, we ...

    What can oil do?

    A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Jul 26, 2010

    ... miles and miles of oil rigs and pumps, and a choking level of smog. Nonetheless, I am a sucker for culture and history, and so pollution set aside, I must admit that I have thoroughly enjoyed walking through this wonderfully planned city that looks very little like Asia and feels very much like Europe...for the most part.

    Last night we dined in a caravansaray, and after feasting on plov and chicken with walnut sauce, with salads and qutab (pancakes stuffed with ...