Perched on the slopes of the Greater Caucasus Mountains in the Shamakhi region, the Shamakhi Palace Sharadil is the ultimate luxury family resort in the heart of Azerbaijan. The resort occupies 43.370 sqm. Surrounded by picturesque mountains and forests, it provides a blissful escape. 


Sharadil is established on a vast area with its unique architecture integrated into an enticing and natural environment away from the urban noise.

Situated in 19 km distance from Shamakhi and 161 km distance from the International Airport of Haydar Aliyev, Baku Shamakhi Palace Sharadil is in Shahdag National Park, reflecting the excellent ambient of untouched nature.

The rooms have a view of the natural landscape in all shades of green and offer luxurious and superior quality services. Shamakhi Palace Sharadil gives opportunities for discovering new venues in addition to its luxurious architecture.


The name Shamakhi was referred to, for the first time, with the name "Samaheya" or "Kamaheya" in the work by Ptolemaeus. The Arabs called this place "Es-Semahiyye". Shahdag National Park, which is one of the remarkable national parks in Azerbaijan, is located on 5 artificial silks wherein Shamakhi is also located.


You can go to see Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan during your stay at Shamakhi Palace Sharadil. Baku city center is in 144 km distance from the hotel. You can discover the magnificent landscape of Baku Boulevard; sightsee in the historical streets of the Old City of Baku, in addition to the Crystal Hall in the city, Museum of Nizami and Maiden Tower. Remember to add Baku to your itinerary where its magnificent architecture embraces a modern history.


Burning for centuries, the Volcano is one of the different alternatives that you can experience during your stay at Shamakhi Palace Sharadil. Nominated as the World Heritage by UNESCO, the Volcano is in 10 km distance from the capital Baku in Azerbaijan. You can sip from your tea on the skirts of the mountain on the background of a spectacular landscape. Do not forget to take your camera with you on your way to see the Volcano.