- Reviews: 4548
SHARQ HOTEL: PLEASANT AND QUIET
The Sharq Hotel advertises itself as a ‘boutique hotel’, but I just found this hotel a bit boring. Don’t get me wrong, a nice quiet hotel with great beds and a reasonable pool outside. It was decorated more on the ‘minimalist’ side and was modern and efficient. Just boring. My bedroom was very good sized and looked out over the swimming pool and courtyard at the back of the hotel. While I was here I had a chance to relax and have a few beers out there and some nice relaxing dips in the water. The bathroom was a little small but functional, but no bath, just a shower. The bed was very good and I definitely had a good night’s sleep.
Breakfast (included) was a cold buffet, but at least I had some ham and cheese to start my day. The staff were nice enough and I had a pleasant stay. For this sort of price you could find a better hotel. It is nice, it’s very secure (in the middle of several Consulates and quiet. It does the job, just not inspiring.
• Quiet hotel with 38 rooms (18 standard double, 10 single,4 single suites and 6 apartments
• Fully air-conditioned
• Located in a quiet neighbourhood within walking distance of a grocery store and restaurants
• Nice outdoor pool in a quiet garden, small gym
• Free Wi-Fi
• Restaurant and bar
• Flat-screen TV, mini-bar, air-conditioning, good beds, in room safe
• Private bathroom with toiletries, slippers and a hairdryer
• Breakfast is included in the room rate
- Reviews: 3
Train Station Hotel: The best you can get for the least!
I would definitely recommend it to all budget travelers; thought it doesn't really look like budget hotels! It's pretty spacious and has new furniture. There are only two double rooms and the rest are twin, all air conditioned.
We stayed at one of the doubles, and it was like a small apartment except for the kitchen. The living room was furnished with sofas, TV, and a big table with a tea pot and some other dishes on it The bedroom was pretty large, and there was lots of closet space to put everything. The bathroom was unnecessarily large!! and quite clean. But don't expect a complete set of toiletries here. you will only get towels, shampoo and soap.
The staff were friendly, though 3 of the 4 receptionist didn't understand a single word in English, and we had to use sign language most of the times!!
Here no one will come to clean your room unless you ask for it.(we didn't!). and you can take any food or drink you want to your room, and they even provide you with hot water for tea or coffee whenever you want.
All in all, if you're not looking for the luxury of a 4 or 5 star hotel, and you don't wanna pay too much (specially if you're staying for a long time) this is the best place for you!
- great price
- very spacious rooms
- Reviews: 21
Edem - Chimgan Hotel: Best recreation in Tashkent
Fantastic three days we spent there! We went back the next week for two more days.
This is a resort hotel, with 2 swimming pools. It has huts around the pools, which can be rented on a daily basis. Food and beverages are available throughout the day. Hour of operation of the pools and services is 1100 AM to 1100 PM.
Reservations are required at least one week in advance, for the rooms, or the huts/tables. A lot of people come only for the day, but the rooms are generally all occupied.
Unfortunately, the operating season is short, from May to September.
It is operated by a Korean company, and is mostly frequented by ethnic Koreans and Russians.
It is not allowed to bring your own food or drinks.
There is a massage service, as well as a sauna and jaccuzi.
- Reviews: 20
Radisson SAS Tashkent: Next to International Business Centre
I spent one night in February 2007 on my business trip on the way to Bishkek form Dushanbe. It was built in 2003 and it is Northern European design hotel with reasonable services and facilitation of the room, actually comfortable room design and size, and it is located next to International Business Centre.
100 rooms are available and Facilities at room are quit comfortable such as bed, business desk, chair and desk, ceiling height, etc. Height of chair to business desk is rather low so you might need to have a cushion on the chair which is brought from the bed.
Fruits and a mineral water are provided as welcome you at your room. It is available internet connection via LAN cable as well as Dedeman Hotel with inclusively. Pool is superb according to local people's comment.
Room charge was increased double, it has gone to beyond my budget, so it is not so easy to afford to stay at this hotel.
It was nice room design for business with comfortable and high quality furniture (not detail), comparatively large room.
- Reviews: 20
Dedeman Hotel Silk Road Tashkent: Acceptable Hotel in Centre
I spent several nights from beginning of February to March 2007 on business trip. It was called Dustlik Hotel and renovated as Dedeman Hotel in 2003. It is reasonable category in Tashkent and centre location. Pool, sauna, gym are included while room size, most rooms which are facing to the road side, is rather small with reasonable facilitation. Non-smoking rooms and floor are available.
Internet connection is available either at room via LAN cable and at lobby via wireless LAN with free of charge.
Regarding Air condition, it is rather hot and difficult to control it. So I opened window sometime. It is reasonable bath room quality.
Receptionist, female, it is Russian only (not now). I did not much explore the hotel at night, e.g. cafe, bar, restaurant. There is night club called Gust next door. (renamed to as King's Club)
Again I stayed at Dedeman Hotel in Feb 2009. Room rate was increased from this year by 30% compare to that of 2007 and their service level decreased. But room charge of other hotels in Tashkent were also increased so it was no choice. I am not satisfied with this room charge and service level. but I should change my mind.
It is provided internet connection while connection speed is lower level (acceptable), and there is indoor pool with comparatively larger size. It is free for hotel residents.
Hair Salon, I tried to cut my hair in the hotel and I did not expected certain level but the result was more than my expectation, it is worth. They charge USD20 or local currency equivalent to exchange rate at black market.
- Reviews: 21
Elena Hotel: Private Hotel
I frequently stay at this hotel, whenever I visit Tashkent. It is a small (30 some rooms) and the quality of the service and friendliness of the staff excellent
Internet space, 24 hour bar and food, in-house bank, laundry service, electronic safe in all rooms.
- Reviews: 55
Domina Shodlik Palace
I didn't stay in this hotel , I just work here for the present time, and though I know that this hotel will be too expensive for a usual tourist, I would like to share information about it.
The hotel meets all service requirements and quality standards at an international level.
All rooms are equipped with necessary things.
To guest's service there are two restaurants, one of which is restaurant “Gallery” that is an upbeat venue for social gathering, with live piano & saxophone dinner music. It is rather perfect for elegant occasions with its stylish, contemporary décor and Italian touches.
Wonderful bar, sauna, conference hall and etc is also at the disposal of the guest's.
Hotel is located at the business and cultural core of Tashkent.
- Reviews: 193
just houses: cottage houses
You can rent a house for a week if you don't like to stay at the hotel!It's even cheapier! Most of them along the Tcherchik river banks.At nignt you can find a lot of restaurants next to your house!
You can ask an owner to cook for you & it will not cost you a lot !
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