The right place to stay if you want everything to be close. It is just the center of the city, but the place is calm. There is a supermarket, cafe and nice restaurant nearby. City's famous pubs and clubs are just around to spend good nights there.
If you decide to rent our rooms, please write us a message first - just couple of words - wait till we answer you and then make your reservation please.
The price $38 is fixed for one person per day. If you stay more than a week, this will cost $220 per week (for one person), if more than a month, this will make $450 per month (for one person). If you come with your friend the price per day is $45, $300 per week and $720 per month.
If there are two of you I would have have make a special offer for you (the price changes).
For Cristmas and New Year's eve there will be $45 a day for 1 person and $50 for two.
You can also take a look to another room in the same apartment that we rent out:
Be careful with the adress: Parpetsi st.28. apt 5
It is just on the corner of Parpetsi and Toumanyan streets. There is another Parpetsi 28 also!
Then remember the entrance door code - 3 and 8.
Also two words about taxi prices. The distance from airport is not too long - just 20-25 min by car. Taxi drivers usualy cheat and ask too-o-o much. In Yerevan taxi is quite cheap at all - 25 cents for 1 km. The biggest price you can offer them is $10. Do not pay more! If one does not agree - go to another one until you find a man who will take you to Parpetsi street for $10.
We would like to be informed about the time of your arrival when known, please.
You can check-in whenever your airplane arrivers, even if it is too late or too early - just let us know about it.
Here is a privite recomendation that one of our guests - Christian Poeck gave to me after his departure:
Anna, you wrote me: "There is another Parpetsi 28 also!" Now, I know what you mean because I took the wrong entrance the night I came and had a little meeting with the people from the third floor there. Ooops. :-)
The silly taxi driver (first he even couldn't find the number itself, so I had to tell him the right side of the street, means the other side of Toumanyan, because I still had it in mind. I usually do checking out locations and areas on (website hidden)maps before) just let me out in front of the wrong door and I for myself was too tired at 5am in the morning so I couldn't think straight. You should maybe write more clearly, that the building No. 28 has two seperate entrances. The left one very close to Toumanyan, just on the side of the cafe called Gemini, is the right one. It's the first entrance of a house from the street corner. I just don't want your parents get trouble with their neighbours from the other No. 28 because of an alien standing in the middle of the night in their sleeping room. ;-)"
Maybe this discription will help you.
If you have any questions when you are in the city - places to go, food etc. - be free to ask me. My mom speaks a little English and you can also ask her.
The apartment is located in the heart of Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. It is a stone building, warm. The apartment has two bathrooms - one for the host and the other for guests. If there are other guests in the second room that we also rent out, then you would have to share the guest bathroom with them. Wireless internet is available. Kitchen is quite big. We can provide a breakfast or lunch or both, depending on prior agreement. There is a cafe just near the building and a big food store. There are many pubs on the Parpetsi street. It is the very centre of the city. The Centeral Post Office of Yerevan and the Centeral Square (Republic Square) is in 15 minuites from our place by foot. The nearest bus station is in 2 minuites.
The apartment is smoke-free.
There is an air-conditioner in the room, and belive me - this is very actual in Summer, which is very hot in Yerevan. If you put on the conditioner all the time, there will be extra charge for electricity (something like $20 per month). But if you stay a couple of days or a week we will not charge you for that.
In Winter we use heater - it makes the same money as the air-conditioner.
I do not know anybody who uses laundry-services in Yerevan. There are some maybe, but our guests can wash their clothes in our washing-mashin - we have no problems with this. This is included in the rent price.
It is kind of artistic atmosphere in the apartment. There is a big concert piano and lot of books in the house. The host family is very communicative and well-wishing.
The weather is a little too hot in Summer in Yerevan, but it is marvelous in Spring and Autmn. September and October are the best months of the year for this city - even other months are also sunny, warm and beautiful. Rains are not longlasting - the sun comes out soon. One can say that the weather is not damp in Yerevan.
Wish you a good journey and looking forward to seeing you!
You will be able to use the separate bathroom for guests (sometimes there are other guests in the other room, so you maybe will have to share it with somebody), you will have Wi-Fi, you are free to enter the kitchen and make your coffee or meals, you will have clean blanckets, sheets, pillows, towels, also the toilet paper.
Interaction with Guests
My parents like to chat with their guests only if this is not obusing for people. And they are quite tactful. Sometimes close friends or relatives come to dinner and the guests are also invited then. But they can be busy or just have other plans - it is up to them:)
We expect accurate payment, not smoking in the room, no pets.
And we would like to ask you not to lay down upon the blankets!
I stayed with Anna's parents for a few days in October 2014. Felt welcomed and both Anna and her parents were kind & helpful. The apartment is in a convenient location in the city and in a safe neighbourhood. Anna provided great recommendations for things to do in the city. It was a nice experience to stay in a family home in Armenia.
I just had a fantastic stay last week. Thank you very much, Lena, Artur and Anna. The reliable house is in the city center of Yerevan, just around the corner of the significant Toumanyan Street. There are a lot of new independent bars, different small super markets and boutiques in the neighbourhood. So it has no feeling of a business area but of a living community if you walk down Parpetsi Street. It reminded me a little bit of Prenzlauer Berg in East-Berlin in the 1990s some years after the wall came down.
Every morning I woke up with silent classical music which came thru the open window. I couldn't figure out, where it was coming from, but it was chillin. The room itself was spacious, clean and very aesthetic with elegant wooden furniture. I really love mid-century-furniture and the whole appartment has some kind of this ambience. There was a separate bathroom for me aswell. Lena and Artur were the perfect hosts, so I could move in a little bit earlier because my flight to Yerevan was in the morning and I could even leave my luggage in the appartment for half a day too, as I had to check out at noon.
During my stay Anna just gave me suggestions for some of these new and tiny clubs around the block and recommended me a kind-of inofficial living-room-neigbourhood-restaurant, which was founded in the late soviet era and which is located in a socialist concrete building near of my temporarily home in Parpetsi Street. They served great delicious food (they have a english menu aswell) and I had to drink Vodka with some of the inhabitants too. So I have to say thank you Anna again. Couldn't have been better!
It was such a pleased stay in Arthur & Lena's place. They are really kind and careing. Since I dont speak the language, they helped me so much to make sure I was everything alright. Lena even made me breakfast and helped me ironed my shirt. I feel like live with my own family. I will definitly come back if I revisit Yerevan!
I stayed this room in October 2013.
Anna's parents (host family) are very kind.
The room is very tidy.
Location is very convenient.
That was a wonderful stay for me!!
Very central, nice place. Friendly couple, good bathroom. Excellent value, would come again.
Our stay at Anna's parents place was very nice, they accommodated us with all our needs regarding the hour of arrival and leave (even though it was 5 in the morning?!?!?! for the arrival), this was very nice. The apartment is relatively clean and the room big and welcoming. we spent there 5 nights and very much enjoyed it. In the kitchen, there is the possibility to eat. There is a guests bathroom which you will have to eventually share with the persons renting the other room in the apartment.
The location is perfect as it is very close to the center but not on the main street so it keeps noise and dust away.
Overall very good experience. Very nice people, welcoming and warm.
Small remark: The prices for pick up from the airport from the hosts side were relatively high compared to standard taxi from the city to the airport (3000 AMD for standard taxi and 15-20$ for hosts), although I am not sure how to call a normal cab from the city when you arrive at the airport and the airport taxis must be more expensive.
Hosts are very welcoming and friendly and room i've booked was just great - simple, comfortable and calm. I have to point out that flat is located in a pretty upscale surroundings in the center of Yerevan so you won't be dissapointed. It's has a best value for money ratio - highly recommended.
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I live in Saint-Petersburg with my husband and two children. This is my parent's room in Yerevan, which they asked me to give for rent. So I will try to introduce them.
My father is musician, an organ-player. He is really a very good artist and educator. He played in almost every big city of fomer Soviet Union and he is the honnored teacher in Yerevan State Concervatory - the biggest and most prestigious musical university in Armenia. So we have a big concert piano in our home. My father connot live without his music and my mother.
My mother is programmer. To those who think that the programming is youth's bussiness my mother will show that they are mistaken.
They both are not very common, they mostly speak Russian instead of Armenian, and they like a european way of life and values. They are very open-minded, they love reading very much (there are lot of books in the house in Russian) always try to understand other people that are not similar. And they love socializing.
My father's favourite book is "The Glass Bead Game" by Hermann Hesse.
My mother loves everything she reads at the moment. They watch Cultural TV - a Russian TV programme and the news. Well, and some movies they download from Internet by themselves. Nothing more! They can go walking through the whole city and not feel tired.
These are my parents.