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Large and pleasant room with a soft mattress, unusual on this trip as it would seem Uzbek beds are for the most part quite hard. The hotel was quite far from old Bukhara, with the heat, we walked but not everybody would be likely to...More
Went here for a one day trip combining business and pleasure. The rooms are clean and large. The bed is of the hard-type. I liked it. Staff are friendly and breakfast is Lage and local. We also used the conference room/meeting room. It worked flawlessly....More
We had a room with no view, but it didn't really matter as this meant we were at the back of the hotel with little traffic noise. The room was big, with a fabulous bathroom. Air con wasn't the most efficient on our tour, but...More
Out of the four hotels I stayed at in four different cities in Uzbekistan this one was my favorite. It is in a fairly quiet area but is very well located. This is especially good for early birds like me who like to go for...More
the hotel was spanking clean and the room was big,but not very "userfriendly".Bathroom had a line to hang laundry,but no bathroomgoodies,although a hairdryer.Showercap seems an alien article in Uzbekistan and in no hotel (all****)were the "usual" shampoo,conditioner and showergel or bodylotion.Maybe one of these items,but...More
Hola del 12 al 26 de septiembre hacemos la gran ruta de la seda con aspasia travel y agradeceria que nos dieras consejos o recomendaciones como por ejemplo donde comer, que comprar y donde, que evitar etc
4 September 2014|
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"If you want a view don't get a ground floor room. The windows are obscurred."