Well-made rooms with warm colors and a simple design. Equipped with trendy furniture and amenities making for a cozy, blissful stay.
• Rooms commanding a courtyard view (garden and swimming pool) or opera house view
• He:on Bedding System: Beds and bedding for best sound sleep
• Outdoor swimming pool and sauna available for free
• Fitness center available for free (with professional trainer resided)
• Free high-speed wired/wireless Internet in all rooms
• A breakfast buffet surcharge : $25 (Per person/ tax included)
• Extra Bed surcharge: $30 (Per person/ tax included)
• Pick-up or Sending Service : $25
- Air conditioning
- Cable TV
- Fitness Room
- Free wireless Internet connection
- Laundry service
- Parking Area
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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.