Jermuk hotels and spa-resorts-brought to you by VisitArm Armenia
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Jermuk was very famous during the Soviet Era when thousands of tourists each year visited Armenia for the purpose of recovering from a number of illnesses with the curing thermal waters of Jermuk. Jermuk is 175 km away from Yerevan, situated in a picturesque plato surrounded by high mountines. There are more than 500 thermal springs in Jermuk, and although after the collapse of the Soviet regime the resorts and hotels in Jermuk were left in a terrible state, now the reconstruction boom has completely chaned the face of the town with numerous great new hotels and spa-resorts, where you can spend just great time and test on yourself the healing powers of the Armenian nature.
VisitArm Armenian Hotel Reservation Center with pleasure will help you reserve accommodations and treatment a great hotel or spa-resort and arrange your trip to Jermuk. Please choose your preferred Jermuk spa-resort from the list below and reserve. We will take care of the rest.
Olympia is a nice hotel-sanatorium, recently refurbished, clean, new, and attractive. With the thermal mineral live waters of Jermuk you will recover and feel a great search of energy. To see the photos please click here.
Verona is a new hotel located in Spa town Jermuk. Jermuk is famous for its hot springs and mineral water. Its rooms are nice, comfortable and bright, equipped with TV-set, mini bar, air-conditioner and modern furniture. To see the photos please click here.
Jermuk Ashkhar is just a wonderful place to be. The cristal clear water, fresh and rich with oxigen air just contribute to the healing powers of all kinds of spa treatment procedures available in Jermuk Ashkhar Health Complex.. To see the photos please click here.
Jermuk (Arm: Ջերմուկ), Vayots Dzor Marz
Jermuk is a great place to spend as much time as you can spare to relax and get away from it all. There is one main north to south highway in Armenia, and Jermuk is easily found off of this main road. About 25 minutes off of the highway, it is a nice way to cut the drive from Yerevan to Tatev Monastery or Karabakh in half. It is a mountain village, and was a very large and popular Soviet resort. Today it has very few visitors. The employees at the place we stayed at were extremely friendly and helpful. There are a few places called sanatoriums, which have facilities to bathe in the piping hot mineral water, but most were in very poor condition. There was also a nice hotel which could be reached by turning right at the end of the steel bridge into town and heading to a large bed and breakfast type place near a playground. This place cost less than $10 per person a night and was quite nice with heat in the winter. From here you can visit a sanatorium for a dip in the waters, or visit a roadside pool by the river.
Jermuk resort town has a lot of parks, and forested areas. The resort town is reached by turning left at the end of the steel bridge at the end of the highway. Here you will find a few shops, some reflecting pools, ponds, and a row of urns (see picture) which have different temperatures of Jermuk pouring out from a tap. If you go down to the river from the town, you will find a waterfall, and near there is a cafe built under a natural land bridge. Across the river from that cafe, by the ride of the road is a small pool full of water from the hot springs.
Before reaching Jermuk resort area at the end of the road, you will pass a few villages and a large town named Jermuk which is separate. There is also a large lake above a dam, with recreational possibilities.
The village of G'ndevaz is perched on some cliffs at the bottom of which lays G'ndevank. I highly recommend you visit it either on the way up to, or down from Jermuk. It can be reached much easier by the dilapidated old canyon road, rather than the new highway