Pearl of East: Your travel guide in Uzbekistan.


Uzbekistan Hotels

Uzbekistan today possesses a booming hotel industry. Altogether there are about 340 hotels in Uzbekistan with total capacity of 9800 rooms. Uzbekistan's hotels range from comfortable two-star hotels to five-star luxury hotels in order to cater for every taste and budget. First-class hotels with internationally famous names and excellent world-class service are available in the major cities of Uzbekistan: Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara and Urgench. Other categories of accommodation are good-quality middle-range hotels, B&Bs and guesthouses that provide perfectly reasonable facilities. Some of these hotels have proved their reputation through many years in hospitality business. A number of new hotels and B&Bs have sprung up over the past several years.

Uzbekistan official star classification system is based on standard factors such as room size, services, the presence of a lift, decor, the level of staff qualification,etc.

In cities twin-bedded rooms are provided in most hotels and B&Bs. Quality hotels guarantee twin-bedded or double (King-size bed) accommodation. Single rooms are accessible when ordered beforehand. As all bookings are subject to availability at the time of reservation we recommend that reservations be made as early as possible to avoid disappointments, especially during peak season travels when hotels are booked solid (April, May, June, September, October) as well as during numerous international events such as fashion weeks or international conferences to be organized.

In the capital city of Tashkent there has been a rapid growth in the number of luxury hotels represented by well-known international chains and provided with high level conference facilities, health clubs and international restaurants. Besides these large hotels, guests of Tashkent can find reasonably priced rooms in the hotels situated in and around the center. Mostly all accommodation in historical cities - where many new hotels has been build recently - is available in central areas within walking distance of cities' major sights.

Also, There are many travel companies that helps you to find some of wide choice of accommodation to suit your wishes and budget: from the most upmarket hotels to small clean and comfortable private hotels and B&Bs.
Thus, should you choose to stay in one of the luxury hotels of Uzbekistan's capital - City of Tashkent, or in an oasis of peace and quiet at one of the traditional quarters of Samarkand, or take a room in a restored old Bukhara mansion, or converted building of traditional madrassah in Khiva you will always find hospitality, good rest and sweet dreams!

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