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Luxury Tashkent Hotel for Business and Leisure
Hyatt Regency Tashkent offers the quintessential location for both business and leisure travelers. Make yourself at home in your spacious guestroom, dine in one of our four restaurants and bars, hold a board meeting or an exclusive event and don’t forget to relax in our pool and spa area. Here, you’ll find that productivity and relaxation are constants during your time in Tashkent.
What Makes a Seamless Stay:
Spacious rooms: 300 guestrooms including 52 suites, with view and club level spaces available
Meetings and events made easier: Over 2300 square meter of flexible meeting and events facilities including a 855 square meter pillar-less Regency Ballroom
Location on Navoi Street: Adjacent to the prestigious National Library, with perfect access to local landmarks, tourist attractions, shops and restaurants and has close proximity to corporate business offices and the Diplomatic community.
Eclectic dining: Four on-site restaurants and bars, serving traditional Italian dishes,  fresh pastries, innovative cocktails, authentic Uzbek and Central Asian cuisine, and much more
Plenty of places to relax: An indoor swimming pool, a luxurious spa and a 24-hour gym
Prices:
 Type of room Our Rate
King/Twin room  $290
Deluxe King/Twin  $315
Deluxe Terrace King/Twin  $340
Club King/ Twin  $360
Club Deluxe/Twin  $385
Regence Suite King  $650
Regency Executive Suite  $1130
King/Twin occupancy Supplement:  $24
Triple occupance supplement:  $36

Check-in time

02:00 PM

Check-out time

12:00 AM

Facilities

  • Air conditioning
  • Breakfast
  • Cable TV
  • Fitness Room
  • Free wireless Internet connection
  • Hair-dryer
  • Laundry service
  • Minibar
  • Parking Area
  • Safe-deposit
  • Sauna
  • Telephone

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Tashkent

Tashkent

Sprawling Tashkent is Central Asia’s hub and the place where everything in Uzbekistan happens. It’s one part newly built national capital, thick with the institutions of power, and one part leafy Soviet city, and yet another part sleepy Uzbek town, where traditionally clad farmers cart their wares through a maze of mud-walled houses to the grinding crowds of the bazaar. Tashkent is a fascinating jumble of contradictions that’s well worth exploring over several days.

Like most places that travellers use mainly to get somewhere else, Tashkent always immediately charm visitors and it’s a surprisingly fun and interesting place, with the best restaurants, museums and nightlife in the country. There’s also plenty of opportunity to escape the metropolis for great hiking, rafting and skiing in Ugam-Chatkal National Park, just a 1½-hour drive away.


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