Our stay was a romantic get away, from Uzbekistan. The hotel offers only basic meals, at fixed hours, like in a pensionat. By western standards, the food was considered unacceptable, but for visitors living in Central Asia, it was satisfactory. We were both dieting, so the spartan menu was welcome. A restaurant on the beach offered a diversified menu for hungry residents. We had a pizza and wine there on our last evening.
We enjoyed our stay there, but probably would not return.
The spa treatments were basic. They included a medical check up on arrival, and on departure. The massage with a fire hose is something to be experienced.
There are not much places to stay in issik lake (Issik Kul)
And have little service, but this village has more, still not much though.
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Has large pool, aqua slide (water slide), nice beach with long pier (dock) jetski available.
Squirrels in the garden with tall huge trees.
Meals are fair (6/10), workers in the restaurant services are good with english, but room services
No toilet paper, shampoo or soap, no telephone in rooms that are 225 usd/night,
also i dont remember to have seen air condition (i am not sure).
but has kitchen with equipment, satellite tv.
Hot water Boiler looks like ballistic bomb : )
Hi. I am from Osh, Kyrgyzstan.
if you are coming to Kyrgyzstan, so WELCOME!
In Bishkek you can stop at cheap hotels (don't). Or on newspapers find acomadation advertisments where you can lok for small apartments.
In Osh best acomadations at the "guest-houses"
Itinerary: Choose Osh, Naryn or Issyk-Kul (lake) directions. It depends on what do you like. my e-mail: email@example.com
I didn't stay here, just looked inside the yurts erected for tourists. They looked nice with military beds inside, so it should be warmer then sleeping on the ground like in other yurt stays.
Tamara has big rooms with about 20 beds and a kitchen to cook your own meals. Bring your own food as there are no shops whatsoever. The spring water is safe to drink, so bring only an empty bottle.
Three private pools with hot spring water that you can use all day long for free. Beautiful!!
Tamara can organize a horse and a guide for you if you want to explore the mountains on horseback.
Old wooden fairy-tale like house with all kinds of rooms and antique furniture.
You can have your meals here, but dinner is not always as good as the Lonely Planet suggests. Try the restaurants in town!
There's a sauna.
You can pitch your tent in the garden.
Small hotel in the central of the Bishkek. nice place to spend you holiday. there you can find a good riends who will halp to organize you travel around Kyrgyzstan and Central Asia.
The hostel is a little bit messy but clean, the house is quite ramshackle but it is okay for a short stay, I mean it does maybe look good but it is clean and it has everything you need. There three rooms with bunks, dorma re separated women and men, the bathroom is small, fixtures a little rusty...but breakfast is abundant,excellent...all this for just 5-10 dollars...you will find plenty of people with whom you can swap travel stories about the silk road trip.
They have a lovely siamese cat with blue eyes, very soft and cuddly, she miaows gently and is very tender...at night she might jump on your bed and purr..so tell the owner if are allergic and close the door well...the cat name is....Nicole Kidman....!!!
This hotel is a very special place indeed, it is a typical Kyrghyz hotel, the rooms are furnished with typical Kyrghyz furniture, low beds, rugs on the floor and on the walls, trunks, see the pics I have taken, the food is really delicious and abundant, you get typical Kyrghyz food, meat suops, fresh bread every day and mare milk...
They also sell beautiful handicraft.
The staff will also assist you in case you wish to go on tour, either on foot or on horseback , of the mountains around, you can vist a jailoo, a summer pasture usually located above 2.500 mt where the cattles are taken to graze, and sleep in yurts.
The hotel has a conference hall and a permant exhibition on Kyrghyz crafts, history and traditions
The owners do not speak English but the place is really clean, the rooms are big and the hotels is located in a quiet area, hot water always available, price around 400 SOM for a double.
No breakfast included but 300 meters from the hotel there is the Instanbul Pastanesi Caf? with a delicious array of Turkish pastries, absolutely mouthwatering and huge!!! Excellent Black Tea..adress: Navoi Street near the big furniture shop
Bishkek isn't Full of Budget Accomodations. I Spent a week(August 2005) and i visited all the chepeast places.
International School Of Management & Business is always full due to International meetings and the only rooms all the time available for foreigners are the Luxury! These come for 30-50 US$ which is the worst rip-off i've ver had in my life.
Better try off-season. Double room should be from 10 to 20 US$.
Good location and most rooms have private balconies
Stayed in accommodation in Bishkek for 1 week for around 2400kyg som. this includes 2 bedrooms kitchen living room bathroom
Twelve rooms with en-suite facilities are available: four single rooms, six double rooms and two more spacious two-room suites.
The ground floor incorporates the Reception (some staff speak English or German) and our comfortable bar and restaurant with seating for twenty-four persons around a cosy central fireplace.
The nicely furnished rooms (air-conditioned in summer and heated in winter) have WC, wash-hand basin and bath and are complimented by telephones (with access to international networks), multi-channel TV and a refrigerator.
This picture was taken in a town called Naryn, but it is possible to sleep in a yurta nearly everywhere. It may not finish up being the most comfortable night that you've ever had, but keep in mind that yurta plays a very significant role in many Kyrgyz lives. Conclusion: if you want to get a feel of Kyrgyz life and culture, stay a night in a yurta!!
I was so fascinated by those little 'houses' and once I started to ask questons about them, it came out that building a yurta, maintaining it and living there is like a whole world of itself. Very fascinating.
A photo showing the tea drinking and breakfast room at Demira Guesthouse. Based on all the Kyrgyz homes I visited, this room looks very typical Kyrgyz - big decorative carpets on the walls, big eating tables in the middle of the room.
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