The Horizon Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews The Horizon Hotel Baku
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... Parisian vibe is completed with some high-end shops, cafes, and restaurants sprinkled throughout the pedestrian zone, making for a pretty cool place to spend a few hours doing very little of anything. I have a feeling I might get bored with Baku fairly quickly, but I've only got a few days here before heading home - it might just be the perfect place to actually relax and take a holiday, before returning to ...
... Baku? Dusty. Small brick houses with corrugated iron roofs held down by rocks. Power lines running every which way. Car congested streets with no apparent rules or direction. But this soon gives way to spotless parks, a sea of highrises and the obvious signs of oil wealth. Flash forward to present day: Like Georgia, Azerbaijan's architecture is something to be admired with newer builds embracing that of a softer rounded edge over razor sharp ones. Cities all over the world ...
... angle, all fearing that the entire truck would tip over. After around an hour of shovelling and a very stressed driver Callipso was back upright and back on solid ground ready to drive on. The mud volcanoes were quite disappointing compared to what we had read (and perhaps compared to the ordeal we experienced moments earlier!), but we explored for a short while with one of the group members and team daredevil Phil managing to fall into one of the ...
When I seriously begin to contemplate either becoming a hacker, or tacking a big sum of cash to hire one in order to mess with your mojo, you know I have been ****** off. And Azerbaijan managed just that. In under 24 hours. All it took where:
- One ****** state ferry to take you from Turkmenbashi to Baku. We "rented" a cabin from one of the crew for the 15h crossing. Yummy. We where of course 12h late in arrival.
... Canub Hotel. The hotel could be a great place, and looks like it once was, but now it's mainly run down and kaputt. We got exactly what we payed for: a big suite with a TV (Al Jazeera and BBC even!), and a toilet that we clogged up within two days.
Baku is an amazing city! You can see the oil money dripping off the expensive cars, the new and imaginative sky scrapers, and the well-watered Bulvar (boulevard). It's a pity that ...