This was one of the hotels that I liked during my stay in Bukhara. Not just because Hotel Omar Khayyam was a very luxurious hotel, but because I think it was very charming. This is a three-star hotel is in the heart of Bukhara, just off one of the main and most important markets of the city. All rooms were equipped with A/C, minibar, telephone, safe and satellite TV. They were located so most had windows to courtyard terraces decorated reminiscent of the Bahouddin Nakshband Architectural Complex. The hotel was also very westernized, had just entered the reception and the lobby of the hotel, from which he could see the central courtyard, which I mentioned before. Personally I think it's a great option for the value and if you want to stay in the heart of Bukhara.
The chain Asia Hotels is characterized by its hotels located in a very central area and the Asia Samarkand is situated in the most important part of Samarkand near the famous Registan Square. All the rooms are more or less the same size, with a few excpeptions. There are little parlors in the rooms with a couple of chairs and a coffee table with a coffee maker and a kettle on top. The hotel has 4-stars but the equipment is practically the same as in the other Asia Hotel. Amenities include air conditioning, heating, minibar, satellite TV and bathroom with hairdryer. There was an outdoor swimming pool (now empty for the winter), sauna, massage room, conference room, a restaurant, and a night bar that´s open until 00.00 pm and a money exchange office.
One of my favorite hotels for its good service is the hotel Buhkara Asia as it was in the center of the old part of the town of Buhkara, just in front of the famous square .. . In addition it was only 5 years old, since it opened in April of the year 2006 and the rooms were nice, but I think the decor is obsolete with what you get today. It has 10 single rooms, 24 double rooms with double beds, 49 double rooms with 2 beds and 12 rooms with king-size bed. The hotel was very well equipped, and also to stay 2 nights gave us enough time to see everything perfectly. There is its "Asian Restaurant" where we had breakfast and dinner 2 nights, the pool , lobby with white leather sofas and the reception and lobby bar. Although in my opinion the best thing is that it has one of the hottest nightclubs around Buhkara, which at night was filled with Uzbek looking to party. The truth is it was like to go back to the Spanish nightclubs 15 years ago, when people first sat at tables looking at the track in search of their dance partner ... it was fun and the Uzbek are good dancers!
Located inside the old town (known as Ichan-Kala) and totally walled, it is the only hotel in Uzbekistan that is in an old madrassa, the [poi = 458441 ] Mukhammad Madrassa Alikhan [/ poi], also known as Amin Khan Madrassa Moukhammed. The Madrassa dates back to the mid-nineteenth century (1851-1853). It became the largest Madrassa in the city. Up to 250 students were living and studying here at the beginning of the twentieth century. This 3-star hotel has 61 double rooms, which were formerly used by students of the Madrasa. It still keeps its charm. All rooms are equipped with bathroom with bath and shower, minibar, telephone, cable television and of course air conditioning. The facilities: tiny reception, tea house, bar, foreign exchange and a little souvenir shop.
Hotel Asia Khiva has a prime location within walking distance of all the most important monuments behind the walls. Less than 2 minutes on foot. The hotel consists of 2 buildings. We stayed in the second building and all our rooms were also equipped with 2 dressing gowns, full bathroom with hairdryer, minibar, satellite TV, air conditioning and heating. We almost died of heat at night as the heating was buzzing! The heat was unbearable. 2 receptions, typical souvenir shop Khiva, outdoor pool (now empty due to low temperatures), billiards hall, night bar (open until 03.00 am), gym and massage room, and also had the [poi = 468 711] Asian restaurant [/ poi] with an extensive buffet breakfast and buffet dinner. Personally, it was one of the hotels I liked. I do not know if it was because we had the birthdays of 2 friends and we had fun or because it really was the most charming hotel.
The Hotel Elite in Tashkent is geared for both business guests focusing on issues within the hotel which has a conference room and or those waking to make tourism in the city. It is a three star hotel located just 10 minutes from the most central area of the site.
The Hotel Poytaht is in the center of Tashkent, opposite Amir Timur Square. This hotel was originally built as an administrative building in 1930. It opened as a hotel in 2002. The hotel has 112 spacious rooms and with all the necessary facilities, with 2 restaurants serving Japanese and European cuisine, bar, business center and a conference room.