Best Western Bohemian Resort

The hotel is located directly by Sevan Lake. It offers its guests well-equipped and comfortable rooms as well as chalets.

There are single rooms, double rooms, junior suite, club suite in this hotel. There are also two-storey cottages, which consist of two bedrooms, the living room, and the bathroom. All guest houses have a balcony with stunning views of Armenia's blue pearl. Each room of the hotel and the guest house with all the necessary equipment is an ideal choice for holidays with family and friends. All rooms are equipped with a fridge, satellite TV, desk with a chair and free Internet access, private bathroom with shower.

The hotel offers a wide range of services: laundry, ironing, hairdryer, 24-hour room service, games room. An outdoor pool with an open terrace is available to guests.

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The hotel has two restaurants. The restaurant "Praha" is suitable for private parties and weddings.

The other "Bohemian" restaurant offers a wide choice of local and European dishes. The restaurant is known for its delicious fish dishes, caught directly from Lake Sevan. The restaurant is planned for 120 people.

The hotel has a newly opened bar under the name of "Piano". Here you can enjoy cocktails and alcoholic beverages, salads, and appetizers.

Not far from the shore, next to the pool, there is a cafe where you can enjoy drinks, cocktails, juices with a magnificent view of Lake Sevan.

Business travellers have the option of organizing their meetings and seminars in the hotel's conference room. The conference room is technically well equipped and can generally accommodate 50 people.

Billiards, table tennis and darts can fill your hobbies.

The hotel is located near Lake Sevan. It is the largest freshwater lake in Armenia, as well as in the entire Caucasus. The lake has an area of 1272 km² and lies at 1900m above sea level, with a maximum depth of 79.7m. Lake Sevan is located in Gegharkunik Region of eastern Armenia. It is surrounded by the mountains Sevana, Vardenis, and Geghama. There are five species of fish in the lake, three of which are endemic. The surroundings of Lake Sevan are rich in history, with elaborate burial sites dating back to the Bronze Age. In 1906, a Bronze Age cemetery was dug in Zovak.

Not far from the hotel, there is the beautiful Sevana Peninsula with Sevanavank Monastery. The monastery was founded in the 9th century on the northwestern shore of the lake. Under the USSR, the island became a peninsula due to a decrease in the water level caused by agricultural irrigation projects. The monastery consists of three churches, two of which exist to this day (St. Arakelots and St. Astvatsatsin). The small church was founded in 874 by Princess Mariam. Around these monastic buildings, there is a library, a school, residential buildings (none of which survived until today).

The monastery was a place of pilgrimage and existed until 1930 when the last monks had to leave the place during the Stalinist period. Today, the complex is maintained by the Armenian Apostolic Church, which runs a seminary on the northern tip of the peninsula.

On the south bank of the present peninsula, the guesthouse of the Armenian Authors' Association is located, and on the east bank is the summer residence of the Armenian president. Thanks to good road and rail connections to the capital Yerevan, Sevan's tourism industry is well developed. The picturesque monastery of Sevanavank is also a very visited place.

Not far from the hotel, to the north-west of Lake Sevan is the city with the same name. The city was founded in 1842 by Russian exiles and owes its name to Princess Helena, daughter of Tsar Paul 1 Yelenovka. Only in 1935 the colony received its current name.

The hotel is located at the crossroads of tourist destinations and is ready to make your holidays unforgettable. This allows each visitor to see the pearl of Armenia and fully relax.