Celebrate your memorable events or enjoy your everyday repast in our luxurious and comfortable restaurant complex.


"Caucasus" restaurant offers different event halls which hold the names of mighty Armenian kingdoms. These unique halls offer interesting menus, as well as pleasant environments.


The royal dynasty of Artashesians ruled in Armenia from 189 BC. It is named after the father-founder of the dynasty Artashes I. However, the most outstanding representative of this dynasty was Tigran the Great, during the reign of whom Armenia became the most powerful state in the world. The power and territories of Tigran the Great extended from the Caspian Sea to the Mediterranean Sea, from the Caucasus Mountains to the deserts of Mesopotamia.

330 seats

The Artashessian Hall is built in a form of an amphitheater, and it's not accidental. During the reign of Artavazd B (56-34 BC), the Hellenistic Theater was being built in the northern capital of Armenia: in Artashat. The hall has a very interesting interior. There is a large waterfall built in the hall, which conveys an unusual feeling of calmness. In the evening you can enjoy your time with cheerful music and lights.


The Arshakuni dynasty ruled the Kingdom of Armenia from 54 to 428 A.C.. The dynasty was a branch of the Arsacid dynasty of Parthia. Arsacid Kings reigned intermittently throughout the chaotic years following the fall of the Artaxiad dynasty until 62 when Tiridates I secured Arsacid dynasty of Parthia rule in Armenia. An independent line of Kings was established by Vologases II (Vagharsh II) in 180. Two of the most notable events under Arsacid rule in Armenian history were the conversion of Armenia to Christianity by Gregory the Illuminator in 301 A.C. and the creation of the Armenian alphabet by Saint Mesrob in 406 A.C..


The Arshakuni hall is distinguished from other halls by its luxurious and elegant style. Here, around beautiful tables, under the lights of magnificent chandeliers, you can celebrate your memorable events and fests. The unique style of the Armenian Kingdom is reproduced in this hall. This majestic interior creates an interesting parallel in the historical Armenia, particularly with how the festivities and wedding ceremonies were held in the Arshakuni Kingdom.


The Armenian Bagratunis were at first ministerial and then a royal family in Armenia (IX-XI cc). Since 922, the representatives of the dynasty held the title of the Armenian and Georgian Shahanshah. In Georgia, the royal family of the Georgian Bagratuni (Georgian Bagrationi) was founded in IX-XIX centuries. In the 9th century Bagratunis became the most influential minister family of Armenian descent and ruled the country first as the Armenian ishkhan, then as ishkhanats ishkhan and after, as the Armenian king (from 885). The founder king of Bagratuni Kingdom (885-1045) is Ashot A the Great. Under Ashot G the Merciful, a new era of prosperity of Bagratian Armenia started. However, the rise of the Bagratuni kingdom reached its peak under Gagik A (989-1020).


The exquisitely beautiful and bright, classic and elegant hall of Bagratunis is waiting for you in its pleasant environment. The style of the hall is harmonious with the Renaissance spirit and there is a reason why! It was during the reign of Bagratunis that Armenian culture had a new rise, and gave the world the earliest examples of Renaissance culture, a few centuries before the Europeans did. The design of the hall is hugely influenced by the stylistic and architectural nuances of the capital of Bagratuni Kingdom - Ani.



Yervandunis are yet another Armenian royal dynasty. They ruled in VI-II BC. The first pan-Armenian state has been formed during their reign. According to Movses Khorenatsi, in the first half of the 7th century BC, the power of the family of the Haykazunis with the leader Skayordi was restored in the south-western part of the plateau. His son Paruyr united all the territories from Lake Van to the Euphrates and concluded a union with Media and Babylon against Assyria. In 612 BC, the allied armies captured the capital of Assyria: Nineveh. For this, Paruyr Nahapet was recognized as the king of Armenia by the ruler of Media. The dynasty is named after King Yervand Sakavakyats.


The Yervanduni beautiful hall is decorated with historical pictures and torches, which are designed in a contemporary style, but at the same time convey a unique sense of belonging to the history. This hall is an ideal place for small gatherings with friends or relatives. The interior makes you forget your everyday concerns and helps to relax in this beautiful hall surrounded by a wonderful and interesting view.



This hall is furnished in style of the 19th and early 20th century taverns-wineries: the chairs and tables, the dishes and various accessories, everything is filled with the strong Caucasian spirit.

In this warm and cozy environment you can spend your time with your family and friends and enjoy the music playing from 19:00.

Maran is located on the first floor of the tavern, where there are also separate rooms for up to 6 people.


Indoor and outdoor coupes of the "Caucasus" complex can respond both to weather changes and changes in your mood in a timely manner! Our outdoor gazebos that are located near the pool, are a great place to have lunch or a cup of coffee with a delicious and aromatic gata made in our tonir.

Regarding the indoor coupes it’s worthy to mention that they are furnished in style of “occupations”. For example, the “fishing” coupe is furnished in fishing style and is full of fishing accessories. The "hunting" coupe is full of accessories typical for hunting. However, in all the rooms, we tried to get into the Caucasian urban environment typical for 18th-19th centuries.