Dilijan hotels and Dilijan resorts- accommodations in Dilijan!
Dilijan is reinstating itself as a top tourist destination in Armenia. There are more and more modern hotels and resorts offering great accommodations to tourists from Armenia and all over the world. Dilijan is very beautiful, covered with forests, surrounded by high mountains. Crystal clear air, healing mineral water, forests, small lakes and high mountains are some of the words to describe the paradise called Dilijan. People are coming to Dilijan to improve their health, enjoy a pleasant escape from the hustle of big cities.
VisitArm Armenian Hotel Reservation Center with pleasure will help you reserve accommodations in a great hotel or resort in Dilijan. Please choose your preferred Dilijan hotel or resort from the list below and book. We will take care for the rest.
Hotel Old Dilijan is located in the historical district of Dilijan (Sharambeyan street). There you will feel the real colours and architecture typical to Diijan town . The rate includes all taxes and breakfast. To see the photos please click here.
Dilijan ( Armenian : ??????? ; also Romanized as Dilizhan , Dilishan , Delizhan , Delijan , Delishan , Dilichan , Diližan , Dilidjan , and Tilichan ; also Dili , Hin , Dili P'ok'r , and Tili ), is a lush, green city located in the northern Armenian province of Tavush . It is one of the most important resorts and national parks in Armenia . The forested and reclusive city is home to numerous Armenian artists, composers, and filmmakers and features some traditional Armenian architecture. Sharambeyan street, which is near the city's bus stop, has been preserved and maintained as an "old town," complete with craftsman's workshops, a gallery and a museum . Hiking , mountain biking , and picnicking are popular recreational activities. The city's population is steadily declining from the 23,700 reported in the 1989 census, to 14,846 in the 2001 census, to an estimated 13,752 by 2008.
Dilijan's most popular religious site is the Haghartsin Monastery , which is located several kilometers east of the city and consists of three churches and a dining hall. The monastery was built in the Middle Ages . The oldest of the monastery's churches, St. Gregory, was built in the 10th century. The other churches, St. Stepanos and St. Astvatsatsin, date back to the 13th century. There are a number of khachkars in the complex. Parz Lij (Clear Lake) is also very close to the city, with medieval Goshavank Monastery a bit further.