Hyatt Place Jermuk opens in Armenia

Hyatt Hotels & Resorts and Jersan opened the Hyatt Place Jermuk, in Armenia. Hyatt Place Jermuk marks the second Hyatt-branded hotel in Armenia and the third Hyatt Place hotel in Europe, joining Hyatt Place Yerevan and Hyatt Place Amsterdam Airport. 

The hotel is located near the mountains of Vayots Dzor, the 1,000-year old Gndevank monastery, Tatev monastery and Wings of Tatev, the longest reversible aerial tramway system.  Less than three hours away from the Armenian capital Yerevan, Jermuk regularly hosts international chess events, including the World Chess Federation Grand Prix tournaments.  

The 92-room hotel offers free Wi-Fi, a free breakfast, full-service restaurant, 24-hour gym, six meeting rooms and an open-air terrace.

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