Grand Hotel Baku is located in the centre of Baku, a 10-minute walk from the Old City. Free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception are featured at Grand Hotel Baku.
The spacious, air-conditioned rooms offer warm-coloured interiors and oriental décor. Every modern room includes a flat-screen TV, a minibar and a private bathroom with bathrobes and a hairdryer.
The hotel’s restaurant offers a buffet breakfast and serves international cuisine. A variety of drinks, including local and foreign wines, is available at the 24-hour bar.
Azerbaijani Drama Theatre is right beside the hotel. The Caspian Sea coast is 3 km away.
Nizami Metro Station is a 5-minute walk from Grand Hotel Baku. Heydar Aliyev International Airport is 24 km away.
Policies of Grand Hotel Baku
All children are welcome.<br/>
Free! All children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.<br/>
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.<br/>
The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is 1.<br/>
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