Shushi Grand Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Shushi Grand Hotel Stepanakert
Travel Blogs from Stepanakert
... at my phone and its saying 7:08 now. Back upstairs to the room and it changes to 8:20, laptop says 7:25. What the hell? Everyone else had similar problems and it wasn't related to the mobile network, I didn’t even have a local SIM, I was just using my phone as an alarm.
First stop for the day was Shushi, an important position during the fighting with Azerbaijan as they were ...
... either Armenians that had moved to other countries or the children of those that had, all coming back to reconnect with the homeland. And the average age was about 60. At first I thought, oh yay.
The first stop was Khor Vrap monastery, where St Gregory the Illuminator was in the pit for 13 years until he cured the king, who in returned declared Armenia the ...
... I had come to breakfast a little early so that I could try the wi-fi in the lobby and I managed to look at my email, reply to Kara's email and check my facebook notifications. I tried to wish Elaine a happy birthday, but something happened and I don't think it worked. I should try again tomorrow.
We visited the famous Grandmother and Grandfather statue just outside Stepanakert. Nour warned me that Azeris hate this statue and would ...
... the border when leaving. Or something like that.
Then off for day 2 of the tour. I was confused as to what we were doing. It was cloudy again and looked as if it might rain so Nour considered switching itineraries, but I think we stayed with today's. We went around the Central Bazaar - the Stepanakert market - with its stands of gorgeous produce - huge, lush tomatoes, lots of dried fruit and nuts, jars of honey and preserves. There ...
... I said I would sit in the front, but he said it was more comfortable in the back and he would have had to move his things, so I sat in the back. It is OK but I am having a lot of trouble with the seat belt snap - not unusual for me.
Our first stop turned out to be Khor Virap - which I have already visited...and will visit again on my Explore tour. Not that I wouldn't want to see it again, but we compromised and went to the spot to see if we could get me ...