Number of rooms: 6
Jipek Joly is translated as Silk Road. “Jibek Joly” Hotel is decorated in Karakalpak national style.
Handmade silk curtains and counterpanes are embroidered in national ornamental patterns. Traditional style of rooms decorated in ornamental carpets make rooms picturesque.
The Karakalpakistan traditional lifestyle is recreated in the patio. Karakalpak yurt, bullock-cart, national stove and a small pool are situated there. Tasty breakfast and Karakalpak exotic make mornings more cheerful. There is a wide variety of souvenirs and national clothes. You can also visit the House-museum of the Shamuratovs that is situated near the hotel.
|Type of room||Our Rate|
|Standard Single Room||$50|
|Standard Double Room||$70|
|Standard Triple Room||$90|
|Delux Single Room||$60|
|Delux Double Room||$75|
|Delux Triple Room||$100|
- Air conditioning
- Cable TV
- Free wireless Internet connection
- Laundry service
- Parking Area
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The isolated Nukus is definitely one of Uzbekistan’s appealing cities and gets more visitors relative to its attractive Silk Road cousins. However, as the gateway to the fast-disappearing Aral Sea and home to the remarkable Savitsky Museum – one of the best collections of Soviet art in the world – there is actually a reason to come here, other than taking in the general sense of desolation.