Daravand Guest House
46 Abovyan St.
(+374 2680) 7857 or (094) 420965
18.000 AMD (for 2 people) ensuite, or 14,000 ($46) with shared bathroom
heading up Abovyan Street, pass under the bridge, on your right, on a short dirt driveway with two sharp turns

Daravand Guesthouse was opened by an Armenian carpenter in Dilijan on the scenic road to Jukhtak Monastery. Built in a quiet canyon, the guesthouse is very comfortable and cozy. The canyon affords many hiking opportunities and has 2 monasteries in the forest within easy hiking distance. Seven guest rooms are available. A library and games room and billiard room are available for gaming. Open air dining area is also available, overlooking the beautiful valley. The bar, living room and nice garden provide areas for guests to congregate and relax. The owner, Razmik, is very accomodating and helpful, speaks decent English and is a considerate smoker.

Dili Villa Guesthouse
12a Myasnikyan St.
(+374 268) 27059 or (091) 456164

bed and breakfast price is 13.000 AMD per person per night. Dili Villa is located central picturesque corner of Dilijan city. It is a three-storey house with a winter garden, charming loggia with a fireplace, studio and a nice balcony with the breathtaking view of mountains. Dili Villa offers dinner/lunch service, a free pick up service in Dilijan, as well as sightseeing tours by 4x4 SUV. The guesthouse has a Sat TV and wifi internet. Capacity for overnight stay: up to 13 people and for the meal: up to 30 people.

Cinematographers’ Union House
(+374 2680) 6139, 2710
7,000 ($23) single, $40-50 cottage (sleeps 8), and everything in between. Includes 3 meals a day
Road to the Lake Parz, Dilijan

Gates were locked as of June 2011, try to call to see if it has reopened. Taxi to arrive 1500 ARD one-way. A very cool retro cubist resort on an isolated spot in the forests above Dilijan, with great views. This is an incredible 70s/80s Soviet spot, which time has not touched, but unfortunately handy men hardly have either and many of the rooms are dilapidated. There are nice 2 story cottages however in good condition, so if you're a bigger group it worthy of a stay. If you're heading to Parz Lij anyway, pop by for a Soviet cafeteria lunch - it's as bad as it sounds, but a great experience and atmosphere.

Haghartsin restaurant-hotel-bar complex
Kamo street, 121
+374 268 2 777 0, mobile: +374 77 636565
25000-40000 dram
far from the centre (1000 dram by taxi), one of the last buildings on the road towards Yerevan

It's a pleasant and quiet place near the road from Yerevan to Ijevan, with large guarded car and bus parking. There are 22 comfortable roomsdoubles with SPA and Sat TV in the hotel, as well as a conference hall with large plazma screen. Hotel atmosphere is something of a woodsy mountain retreat. Also here You can taste national cuisine in a modern restaurant hall, banquet room, open-air summer cafe or cozy gazebos among trees.

Ananov guest house
Sharambeyan Street, Dilijan
+(374 10) 65 58 77
Top of the street, on the left

Part of the high end Tufenkian chain of hotels. Perfect location on historic Sharambeyan Street in the heart of Dilijan.