The Tashkent Palace Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in the city. Built in 1958, it was completely renovated in 2003. Located in the heart of the city, it is a short walk to Independence Square and Tashkent’s Metro. The hotel features several restaurants, including a rooftop terrace, an outdoor pool, and a gym. Wi-fi internet access is freely available in public spaces in the hotel.
2 nightsRegistan Plaza
The Registan Plaza in Samarkand stands within walking distance of the famous Registan Square. Spacious and comfortable guest rooms provide satellite TV, local and IDD telephone, and well-equipped bathrooms. The hotel has two restaurants, a fitness center and wi-fi for a fee.
2 nightsHotel Emir
Hotel Emir is a privately run guest house in a renovated merchant’s home in the heart of old Bukhara. Each room is lovingly decorated in traditional Uzbek style. Comfortable beds amid the hand-carved wooden beams and detailed alabaster designs on the walls offer the atmosphere of Old Bukhara while, at the same time, each room has a modern private bath with a shower. Wi-fi is available at an internet café around the corner but not in the hotel itself.
3 nightsHotel Asia Khiva
Hotel Azia Khiva is located just outside the walls of the old city. It is a basic hotel – clean and comfortable but not luxurious. Wi-fi is available in the main lobby but not in the rooms.
2 nightsSofitel Oguzent Ashgabat
The tour ends with a bang at the Sofitel Oguzkent in Ashgabat. A beautiful, new hotel, the Sofitel offers luxurious accommodations and a prime location in the heart of the city near the presidential palace and Neutrality Park. Rooms are large and comfortable with all the amenities of a 5-star hotel, including free wi-fi.