Number of rooms: 26
Hotel “Malika Prime” has a perfect location in the city center just100 metersto the right of Gur-Emir Mausoleum. There is a nice restaurant on the roof of the hotel where you can enjoy delicious meals or relax in hot days sipping some drinks and have a nice view to Gur-Emir mausoleum. Hotel runs 26 single and double rooms. Hotel’s English speaking staff is one of the best inSamarkandand always does its best to make your stay comfortable. The management of Malika Hotels Chain always works with its personal to improve the level of services.
Check-in time: 14.00
Check-out time: 12.00 afternoon
|ROOM FACILITIES||HOTEL FEATURES|
|– Bathroom with bathtub & shower
– Bathroom with shower
– Windows that may be opened
– Writing desk
– Conference Room
– Internet access
– Hotel safe
– Indoor swimming pool
– Outside Parking
– Gift Shop
– Currency exchange office
– Laundry service
– Luggage service
– 24 Hour room service
|Type of room:||Our Rate|
|Standard Single Room||
|Standard Double Room||
|Standard Triple Room||
Check-in time02:00 PM
Check-out time12:00 AM
- Air conditioning
- Cable TV
- Free wireless Internet connection
- Laundry service
- Parking Area
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We travel not for trafficking alone,
By hotter winds our fiery hearts are fanned.
For lust of knowing what should not be known
We take the Golden Road to Samarkand.
These final lines of James Elroy Flecker’s 1913 poem The Golden Journey to Samarkand evoke the romance of Uzbekistan’s most glorious city. No name is so evocative of the Silk Road as Samarkand. For most people it has the mythical resonance of Atlantis, fixed in the Western popular imagination by poets and playwrights of bygone eras, few of whom saw the city in the flesh.
On the ground the sublime, larger-than-life monuments of Timur, the technicolour bazaar and the city’s long, rich history indeed work some kind of magic. Surrounding these islands of majesty, modern Samarkand sprawls across acres of Soviet-built buildings, parks and broad avenues used by buzzing Daewoo taxis.
You can visit most of Samarkand’s high-profile attractions in two or three days. If you’re short on time, at least see the Registan, Gur-e-Amir, Bibi-Khanym Mosque and Shah-i-Zinda.
Away from the main attractions Samarkand is a modern, well-groomed city, which has smartened itself up enormously in the past decade. This process has involved building walls around some of the less sightly parts of the old town, which many consider to have made the old city rather sterile, blocking off streets that have been linking quarters for centuries. While this ‘disneyfication’ of this once chaotic place is undeniable, it’s also true to say that Samarkand remains a breathtaking place to visit.