£42 - £112
|CHEAPEST CITY IN AZERBAIJAN||Baku||44% cheaper||Hotels in Baku are the cheapest in Azerbaijan at just £42 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN AZERBAIJAN||Gabala||33% more expensive||Gabala has the highest priced hotels in Azerbaijan with rooms averaging £112 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN AZERBAIJAN||Baku||74% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Baku than any other city in Azerbaijan|
If you’re looking for a hotel in Azerbaijan near Fountain Square then you are in luck. momondo recommends 11 hotels near Fountain Square and on average, hotels in the area cost £86/night. This price may vary based on season. Hotels near Fountain Square are typically 48% more expensive than the average hotel in Azerbaijan, which is £44.
|Low season||February||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||September||most expensive time to stay|
|55%||expected price decrease|
|35%||expected price increase|
£32 - £107
|Highest day of week||Wednesday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Tuesday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|£72||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|£14||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
The best hub to book hotels in Azerbaijan is its capital city of Baku. The city centre is also where you will find the most cheap hotels in Azerbaijan, such as Best Center Hotel with high reviews. The centre of its culture and the true showcase of its rate of development in recent years, Baku is a good choice to book Azerbaijan hotels. The city is a good introduction to the confusing mix of cultures Azerbaijan maintains, with a stark contrast of rich varied history and sleek modern architecture as this ex-Soviet Muslim country has raced forward since the 1990s. The transport connections from Baku to the rest of the country are good, there are both train and comfortable coach options available. Within the city, there are a few local bus services, but the simplest option is taxi. Rental cars are available and the roads have developed with the city, but until more are built the roads can be quite daunting unless you are a seasoned driver. While looking for hotels in Azerbaijan, Qabala should also be considered, nestled in nature towards the north coast. Those looking for forests, valleys and picturesque villages will find their needs filled here.
Baku itself is an attraction, simply as a city with structures stretching across many centuries and cultures, and then so quickly modernised. The city offers plenty to see and do, with a stroll along the Baku Boardwalk in the evening and taking a ride on the Ferris Wheel a great way to enjoy panoramic views of the Caspian Sea. The Davinci Hotel is a good choice to settle yourself into the walled-off Old Town, and be within walking distance to the Boardwalk. The Fire Temple just west of Baku in Surakhani is a popular sight, built in the 17th Century and used by both Zoroastrians and Hindus. Yanar Dag, of Fire Mountain, is an amazing sight to behold. Natural gases fuel non-stop fires on the hillside, reaching spectacular heights, best viewed at night.
Baku undoubtedly is the hub of nightlife, so take this into consideration when you are looking to book hotels in Azerbaijan. The Theatrum Hotel Baku is a good hotel choice for those wanting to hit the busy evening strip. The eclectic mix of East-meets-West and historically rich influence calls for a selection of nightlife that can suit any traveller. The cuisine has its roots in Turkey and Iran, with modern twists on most dishes. You’ll most likely see plenty of rich, flavourful dishes with rice, meat, poultry, fish and plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, with plenty of greens. Azerbaijan’s traditional dish is plov, or pilau, and there are hundreds of versions across the country.
Some of the most notable destinations to immerse yourself in the culture of Azerbaijan are Xinaliq, a mountain village where the language and cultures have been maintained from the Bronze Age, Gobustan National Park’s prehistoric rock carvings, or one of the many museums in the capital city of Baku. Icheri Sheher, or the Old City, is a walled old city of Baku, preserving an area of the capital as it was before the oil boom of the 20th Century. You can stay right in the centre of the Old City at Moon Light Hotel. If you pack your hiking boots, Besh Barmag Mountain is one of the most sacred sites in Azerbaijan, a steep rise to rock smoothed with devout kisses and surrounded by prayer flags.
Visiting Azerbaijan in May would make for the least expensive trip at just £13 per night on average. To save on your trip, avoid planning it during November, as this is the most expensive month on average.
While the country has many desirable locations to visit, the most popular city in Azerbaijan to travel to is Baku.
Naftalan is the most expensive city in Azerbaijan to book a hotel room in. The nightly rate of £56 is 28% more than the average city in Azerbaijan.
If you are travelling to Azerbaijan on a budget, plan to stay in Baku which boasts the lowest average hotel room cost in the country. Charging about 68% lower than the country’s average, hotel room rates in Baku are typically around £6 per night.
Point Hotel Baku
Kazim Kazmzade Street 118, Baku, Azerbaijan
Porto Hotel Baku
28 Ahmad Rajabli, Baku, Azerbaijan
Diamond Hotel Baku
Ahmad Rajabli, 191, Baku, Azerbaijan
Sahil Park Hotel
42 Xaqani st., 2 Floor, 77 Apt., Baku, Azerbaijan
Shahdag Hotel & Spa
Kp29 Qusar-Leze, Motor Road, Kuzun, Azerbaijan
Old Yard Hotel
16/21 Azadlig Ave., Baku, Azerbaijan
Baku Palace Hotel
13 Islam Safarli Street, Baku, Azerbaijan
Quba Palace Hotel
The Village of Esgi-Iqriq, Quba, Azerbaijan
Kral Huseyin Street 52, Baku, Azerbaijan
The Landmark Hotel
90a Nizami Street, Baku, Azerbaijan
Marxal Resort & Spa
Kish Village, Sheki, Azerbaijan
Shamakhi Palace Sharadil Hotel
Sharadil Village, Şamaxi, Azerbaijan
Boulevard Side Hotel
Ayaz Ismayilov Street 3, Baku, Azerbaijan
Renaissance Palace Baku
I. Gutgashinli Street 107, Baku, Azerbaijan
Zergerpalan 66/67, Baku, Azerbaijan
Sapphire City Hotel
64, Nizami Street, Baku, Azerbaijan
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