Samarkand has limited number of good B&B or budget places (in comparison to Bukhara). Antica's owner is nice, prices are OK, breakfasts are wealthy, a very good location and beautiful garden are main pros of this place.
We were travelling in October and were sure that there will be no problem with hotels. What a mistake we made! Wherever we stayed, we experienced that earlier booking is essential. It is due to organised trips - they book then all the rooms and there is a problem if you need to stay for a few days.
This hotel is incredible! Located a few minutes walking distance from the Lyabi Hauz in a beatiful 19th century house of rich man from Bukhara.
Very beautiful wooden carved door and a magnificent courtyard.
Rooms nice and well-equipped.
Dining room as it was 19th century. We were eating very very slowly :)
There's a lady hanging around The Pool offering backpackers homestays. She took us to a nice centrally located house, where we were offered a huge room, no beds, but matrasses on the floor. $4 per person with registration.
At the end of my trip to Uzbekistan, I can safely say that Hotel Dedeman is probably the best in terms of quality in amenities and probably food. The rooms are comfortable, and standards are as high as you would get at any 4-star hotels in the West.
Litle touches like hairdryers, clean carpeting, comfortable mattresses and pillows, good air-conditioning, free highspeed Internet connection in the rooms, which we tend to take for granted are all available here. It also had the best breakfast buffet of all the accomodations I stayed in on my trip. It has different assortment of really good breads, cheese, meats, eggs cooked the way you want it, yoghurt, fruits and nuts. Even a small corner for "dieters".
Friendly staff , and a convenient exchange office on its premises. There is also a fitness and indoor pool as well.
-Comfortable, high-quality rooms
-Highspeed Internet connection (unique for a Tashkent hotel)
-Great breakfast spread
Taskent friendliest Hotel is „Ali Tour“. Directly after our arrival Ali gave us to drink and to eat. After our check-in we get more to eat an drink with the result that I had problems to get up the stairs and Ali couldn’t remember the next day that two tourist arrived. But that wasn’t a problem – the next evening we were invited again. We came as strangers and soon we felt like part of the family. Ali and also his stuff are very heartfelt!
This is just a very nice place run by a very nice family. Rustam is Zukhra's husband, he's a bit shy but his wife on the contrary is very happy and full of energy. They will be very nice to you.
Breakfast is included on the price. Usualy the price is for $15 us but you should ask if she can lower the price. If you're lucky you can have it for $10.
Rooms are big with TV private Bathroom, very clean, Air conditioner and heater for the winter.
This hotel is located near Shota Rostaveli which is a main street here in the city. This is a nice oportunity to have a place in european standards for also the normal european price. clean, small yard with flowers on the back part ofhotel. restaurant.
The price for a single room is $30us.
As I have no pic of the hotel i took a pic from their website without authorization, i think that if it is for advertising porpuse they dont mind.
This is a very family type bed and breakfast that exist all around Uzbekistan. For an affordable priec ou can stay in a clean place good consitions and stay with a local family that will take care of you as their own.
Nice price, from $15us, maybe you can get it for less than that, its a matter of deeling the price.
The rooms are small rooms all with private bathroom and fan for cooling system.
If you need food ask in advance and suggest you'll pay for it after as if they think you want to eat for free, they will say they have no more food.
Go to the Islam Huja Mosque and ask for a place to sleep. An old woman will take you to a house (number 52) where you find lovely rooms. We had a big spacious room (spotless) with everything you need: clean sheets, big beds...
Extra room for us: dining room with attached bathroom (some minor problems with the hot water). For the food: see other tips
Very good value at 7.50 US$ per person per night (after negotiation)
Quiet area. Very Pleasant staff. Lovely Breakfast and dining area. Clean – somewhat basic rooms.
Great location right next to the pool – courtyard area (labi-hauz) of the old city. Walking distance to all the old monuments and bazaar.
Run by the excentric but friendly Mubinjon, a former USSR Olympic athlete, this is a traditional Uzbek house converted into a guesthouse, oozing with charm.
Price is about 10US$ for a single and for a few dollars more Mubinjon will make you a copious breakfast in the morning.
Traditional Uzbek mansion.
Not far from-but not within- the citycentre, Alisher has a place where almost everything is possible.
He has about 7 rooms available, cheapest around $10 (but for this you possibly have to share a bed with the massage lady) - $25/night. It's in a very safe area. You can use small swimming pool and sauna.
It's a small place, with a very informal atmosphere, that doesn't cater only for Lebanese or Arabian businessmen. Moreover this place is slowly getting a cult status amongst travellers although it's not mentioned in the guidebooks. Also I'm sure Alisher will do his utmost possible to help you with everything-like he did for me-.
At Ali-Tour "Foreign Economic Firm" your stay will unlikely be a casual experience! Be warned!
Note: probably not suitable for female single travellers.
THe best option is to stay at private small hotels.
Relatively inexpenisive. Around 15 - 20 USD a night with breakfast included.
Big option in TAshkent and Bukhara.
The best in Tashkent are Ravshan B&B, Orzu.
In Bukhara - Salom hotel, Emir hotel
20 - 25 USD a night
Guest Houses, with good food and a way to meet people. Be sure there is running water! And electricity. These places are somehow networked, but as is all else here be prepared to go with the flow. They all serve great breakfasts, but also whatever is served you have to eat as it is a big deal! The Bazaars are such fun, silk from the silk road and all sorts of fabrics. Bring an extra suitcase just for the silk, cotton and hemp you will buy!
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