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Budget hotels in Baku
Budget hotels like Swan Hotel and 3-star City Walls Hotel offer accommodation under 47US$ and 50US$ per night. In case you're on a tight budget, stay at City-Center Apartment Main Street, which is a 5-minute walk from Nizami Museum of Literature. Old Yard Hotel is a modest choice that is a 5-minute walk from 28 May metro station.
Proximity to public transport
Sheraton Baku Airport Hotel is 850 meters away from Heydar Aliyev airport, plus it offers a sauna, a solarium and a seasonal outdoor pool.
Convenience of staying in the city center
Select a hotel next to Gosha Gala Tower, such as Days Hotel Baku, located just a 10-minute walk away. On Aga Neimatulla Street Apartment has hiking, bowling and karaoke while being situated 600 meters from Candy Cane Mountain.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Old Street Boutique Hotel is a great choice that is only a 15-minute walk from Boom Town that features a sundeck and a sunbathing terrace. Unique accommodation choices in Baku City Circuit district include the 4-star Museum Inn Boutique Hotel as well as Excelsior featuring facilities for the most demanding guests. If you are used to the comfort and style of chain hotels, pick Hilton Baku, which is also a 15-minute walk away from House Museum Azim Azimzade.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Apartment Near Metro N.Narimanov is an affordable apartment for families located next to Sculpture of Sailing Captain, with room rates from 37US$. You can also try comfy Modern Apartment On Hasanoghlu Str, which includes a Jacuzzi, hiking and free private parking. Du Port Hotel and Empire Hotel Baku in Baku City Circuit district are good options for the business traveler. Red Roof Boutique Hotel ia an elegant resort hotel set less than a 25-minute walk from Baku Old City.
Baku is the capital of Azerbaijan located on the coast of Absheron Peninsula which falls into the Caspian Sea.
The city is famous for its vast history, with the first written evidence going back to the 1st century AD. Baku has a number of interesting sights located mainly in the old inner city, whereas downtown houses numerous bars, restaurants and discos. Baku is often called ‘Paris of the East’ due to its stunning architecture built mainly during the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic period. However, along with old buildings Baku houses a number of modern all-glass shells structures, such as the SOCAR Tower and Flame Towers.
The city is packed with hotels located in its different parts. You will find lots of world’s famous hotel chains in Baku. Booked.net offers you a wide range of option from low-cost to luxury to meet any budget and preferences.
Baku was named the World Cultural site by UNESCO in 2000 due its cultural heritage that remained after the the Russian conquest in 1806. There are a great number of cultural spots worth seeing. The major tourist attractions include;
- The Palace of the Shirvan Shahs, palace of the Shirvan Shahs built in the 15th-16th century, when Baku became the Shah's capital. The palace is the landmark of Baku
- Maiden's Tower erected between the 7th and 12th centuries used as a defensive fortification. It is about 30m high and consists of eight floors that once climbed offer a panoramic view of the Old Town.
- Juma mosque built in the early 20th century, originally a carpet museum. It is famous for its intricate stone ornamentation
- City Walls remained after 1806 and are included in the UNESCO world heritage list
- Academy of Sciences built by the local millionaire in Italian Gothic style. The Academy very much resembles of the Contarini palace in Venice
- Weddings’ Palace, a stunning building built by Oil Baron as a Valentine gift to his wife
There are a number of beautiful promenades in Baku. Take a stroll to Fountains Square and enjoy shopping and eating in the city’s most sophisticated area packed with high-class boutiques. If you fancy spending some time at the shopping malls, Park Bulvar and the Amay Shopping Center are the largest malls in Azerbaijan. Baku Boulevard offers a great stroll with a view of Baku's seafront. Here you can find an amusement park, musical fountains and various monuments. Seeking cultural events? Please check out the Azerbaijan State Philharmonic Hall, Azerbaijan State Academic Opera or the Ballet Theatre. Baku has a number of great parks such as Heydar Aliyev Park, Narimanov Park and Martyrs' Lane. The latter honors those who died during the Nagorno-Karabakh War.
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