YEREVAN — The first Holiday Inn Express Hotel, part of  international IHG hotel chain, opened its doors in Armenia’s capital Yerevan on Friday.

The investment program was implemented by Ghukas Grigoryan, Founder/President of Harmony International LLC. The construction lasted three years. About ten million dollars were invested, with 50 new jobs created.

The Holiday Inn Express has 130 rooms, a well-equipped conference room. There are computers, comfortable seats, chargers and high-speed Wi-Fi in the lobby.

The opening ceremony was attended by Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan and Yerevan Mayor Hayk Marutyan . They toured the premises to get acquainted with the work done and the amenities available in the hotel.

PM Pashinyan welcomed the implementation of the investment program and the initiative to build new hotels in Armenia as a whole, which provide tourists with high-quality services and comfortable conditions.

In turn, Minister of Economic Development and Investments Tigran Khachatryan said that the number of tourists visiting Armenia reached 1.6 million in 2018, and added that the government’s goal is to ensure 7-10% annual growth in the area.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Sign Up for Our Newsletters

Get notified of the latest updates from MassisPost.

You May Also Like

Armenian Genocide Documents from Vatican Archives Published in 7-Volume Set

ROME — On November 21, presentation of unique series of seven-volume set…

International Conference «The Caucasian Frontline of the First World War» to be Held on April 2014 in Yerevan.

YEREVAN — The Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute of the National Academy of Sciences,…

International Conference on Self-Determination and Independence

“State Oppression, Violence against Minorities, and the Possibilities for Remedial Secession and…

Armenian Council of Europe Calls on President Sarkozy To Sign France’s Historic Genocide Bill

The French bureau of the Armenian Council of Europe applauds all Armenians…