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With an interior inspired by an ancient Silk Road caravanserai, this boutique hotel in Gabala is a tranquil escape with a classy confer ence room. The four-star Qafqaz Karvansaray boutique hotel is located in the legendary city of Gabala, a few minutes’ walking distances from main shopping areas and the Gabala Olympic Centre. The philosophy of the hotel is to create a unique experience for individuals and groups, providing them with a tranquil hideaway where they can refresh themselves amidst modern and traditional ‘Karvansaray-style’ decoration. The hotel offers accommodation with city views, innovative dining options, and state-of-the-art spa and fitness facilities. In short, the Qafqaz Karvansaray Hotel is the perfect oasis for single travelers, couples and families seeking a private and peaceful retreat.
E. Kerimov Street, AZ3600 Gabala, Azerbaijan
Surrounded by the outstanding natural beauty of Gabala’s Yengija Forest near a therapeutic water source that’s been used by locals since ancient times. Located amidst the outstanding natural beauty of the Yengija Forest, the four-star Qafqaz Thermal Hotel is a unique relaxation and recreation centre in Gabala, established around the therapeutic water source located on its territory. This has been chemically analyzed over many years, and the restorative effect of this water has been proven, thereby substantiating the reasons for the use of the water by local people since ancient times. Guests have the opportunity to rejuvenate themselves in the thermal baths that utilize this unique water, located in the health center of the Qafqaz Thermal Hotel. The water can be used to treat arthritis, rheumatic and muscular pains; dermatological diseases; osteochondritis and other related disorders.
Yengice, AZ3600 Yengica, Azerbaijan
The first 5-star hotel in the Gakh region with a magnificent countryside setting home to diverse flora and fauna, historical ruins, mountain rivers and mineral springs. The first five-star hotel opened in the Gakh district, EL Resort Hotel, is located in the place surrounded by magnificent nature of the town, interesting from the business and tourism point of view, and within the monuments registered in the State Historical Museum. The rare flora and fauna of the hotel area, that is also rich with mineral springs and mountainous rivers make the guests’ healthy stay here quite interesting and memorable.
Heydar Aliyev Avenue, Qakh, Azerbaijan
Modern, functional and not far from Azerbaijan’s second city of Ganja with a range of business services and function rooms. Ramada Plaza is just 3 km west of the centre of Ganja, Azerbaijan’s second city, famous for its rich history and as the birthplace of revered 12th-century poet Nizami Ganjavi. Besides having over 180 rooms and suites and the on-site restaurants serving local and European cuisine, there’s a well-equipped health club with indoor and outdoor pools, gym, tennis court and vitamin bar. Tours of Ganja and nearby attractions can be arranged, and business meeting facilities include several rooms each accommodating between 40 and 60 people, plus the Kapaz conference room which seats over 200. The distance from central Baku is 350 km.
519 Nizami Ganjavi avenue, AZ2019, Ganja, Azerbaijan
Set in the glorious Caucasus Mountains with world-class skiing options and events venues catering for everything from boardroom-style gatherings to conventions for hundreds. Looking for luxury at the top of the Caucasus Mountains? Pik Palace is an excellent choice. Situated 200 km north of Baku and 30 km from Gusar city at the state-of-the-art Shahdag Mountain Resort, guests have superb access to the ski slopes between December and March, while hiking, horse riding and cycling can be enjoyed in summer. The largest of its four ballrooms accommodates over 300 people, and between meetings guests can unwind at a selection of stylish restaurants and cafes or pamper themselves at the wonderful spa, complete with a luxuriously landscaped heated outdoor pool.
Pik Palace, Shahdag Gusar-Laza Road, KM 29, Azerbaijan
Part of the Shahdag Mountain Resort, the strikingly contemporary design of the Shahdag Hotel features 173 rooms exuding refined luxury and guests can enjoy multiple restaurants, bars and lounges with stunning mountain views. Besides skiing on Shahdag’s fantastic slopes in winter, the hotel boasts a gym and spa complete with indoor pool and activities like horse riding and cycling are available in the off-season. Nearby attractions include the Laza Waterfall (3-4 km) and Taj Mahal Mosque in the village of Anig (10 km). And with four meeting rooms and three ballrooms, the largest of which fits up to 180 people, this is an excellent venue for business events as well.
Gabala, AZ1039 Gabala, Azerbaijan
Perched on the slopes of the Caucasus Mountains in the Shamakhi region, Shamakhi Palace is a blissful escape about two hours’ drive from central Baku (140 km). The eye-catchingly luxurious hotel possesses 102 guest rooms, as well as four meeting rooms and a ballroom capable of accommodating up to 400 delegates. On-site activities include bowling and billiards. There’s also a fantastic spa offering wide-ranging treatments, indoor and outdoor pools, courts for ball games and opportunities for hiking and horse riding.
Shamakhi Region, Sharadil Village Azerbaijan
One of the top luxury hotels in the Azerbaijani countryside that also maintains a very homely feel and is surrounded by lush mountain forest. The Marxal resort is just 4 km from historic Sheki, a true travel gem of the Caucasus. It aims to combine the charm of staying in a private home with five-star luxury. The setting, surrounded by majestic mountains, is absolutely lovely, and the spa features a unique amber room designed to stimulate the immune system, as well as a salt room and plenty more treatments. Entertainment options cover bowling, billiards, karaoke, nightclub and much besides, and the multi-functional events facilities include a conference hall, meeting room, outdoor amphitheatre and banquet hall. Between rooms and villas, the hotel can accommodate up to 600 guests.
Azerbaijan Republic, Sheki
Merging a rustic atmosphere with luxury design, breathtaking views and superb meeting facilities.
Pik Palace, Shahdag Gusar-Laza Road, KM 29, Azerbaijan
Located next to the ski lifts, Zirve Hotel Shahdag combines superb skiing and fitness facilities with state-of-the-art meeting and conference rooms. Part of the Shahdag Mountain Resort 200 km north from Baku and under 30 km from Gusar city, this contemporary hotel at the base of the ski slopes is a great option for outdoor enthusiasts given its easy access to ski school and equipment rental services. However, the hotel equally caters to anyone looking to unwind and enjoy the spectacular scenery of the Caucasus Mountains. A range of outdoor activities are offered in the off-season and local attractions the Laza Waterfall (3-4 km away) and Taj Mahal Mosque in Anig village (10 km away) can easily be visited. And with three conference rooms, the largest fitting up to 120 people, Zirve can also stage a wide range of business events.
Qusar, Laza Road 29 km Qusar, Qusar, Azerbaijan
Set beneath the Caucasus Mountains and surrounded by lush forest 4 km from the centre of Gabala in northern Azerbaijan, the Heydar Aliyev Congress Hall is truly a unique location for business events for up to 1,200 people. The gilded interior is equipped with the latest technology and houses the best chefs and service professionals. The hall can accommodate about 300 persons in cocktail and banquet set ups.
Ismayil bay Gutgashinli Rd, Gebele
The Azerbaijani carpet is a key centrepiece in our national culture, and only an innovative rug-shaped architectural wonder could do it justice. Situated on the Baku Boulevard, the carpet museum houses the largest collection of Azerbaijani carpets in the world; 6,000 of them bring to life the past, patterns and philosophies of our carpet weaving traditions. The museum’s 600 m2 lobby is good for receptions, while conference rooms on the first and third floors can host up to 70 and 46 seated visitors respectively. The fully equipped exhibitions hall is decorated with traditional carpets from all of the seven schools of Azerbaijani carpet weaving.
28 Mikayil Huseynov Avenue, Baku, Azerbaijan
Set amid the glorious countryside of the Guba region, Quba Palace is surrounded by spectacular mountains and forests. Rooms are luxurious, with many possessing mountain or lake views, and state-of-the-art villas are available for larger groups. Meetings facilities are extensive, with the largest conference room able to accommodate up to 800. The contemporary spa and fitness area will help delegates keep fit and healthy during their stay, while fans of golf can relish a round at the fabulous on-site Azerbaijan National Golf Club. Guba Palace is 7 km from central Guba and 170 km north of Baku city centre.
Located 120 km north of Baku, Qalaalti enjoys a spectacular setting surrounded by lush forests in the foothills of the Caucasus Mountains. The luxury resort has wide-ranging facilities for events and meetings, with a conference hall able to host up to 180 guests. The resort is famous for its health and wellness treatments, especially those involving a local type of mineral water called naftsu, which contains oil-bearing organic substances suitable for soothing in particular kidney and stomach ailments. In addition, Qalaalti offers an array of entertainment options from darts and table tennis to billiards and bowling and an outdoor nightclub. There’s also an outdoor pool with stunning panoramic views as well as courts for football, volleyball and basketball.
Qalaalti, Shabran, Azerbaijan
At Yanardag (the Burning Mountain) in Mammadli village a wall of flames has been burning naturally and somewhat mysteriously on a hillside for thousands of years. Having first come to global attention way back in the 13th century after appearing in the writings of Venetian traveller Marco Polo, these mysterious flames continue to mesmerise many who visit the site today. Recently the Yanardag Reserve was developed to include a 500-seater amphitheatre and contemporary on-site museum where you’ll be able to learn all about Baku’s naturally-burning fires and their role in making Azerbaijan an ancient centre of Zoroastrianism.
Absheron Peninsula, The village of Mammadli