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My wife and I stayed for my wife's birthday. The room was dated and requires a facelift, but that is like Tashkent in general, and I suspect most hotels are probably the same. The pool area was great, though the dance music was occasionally a...More
The public areas of this hotel are excellent as is the breakfast. However the rooms are dated and require complete refurbishment. The rooms are very big, dim and windows do not open. They can be opened by a member of staff but then there is...More
I booked the junior suite for a couple of weeks and std single for rest.
Staff hardly speak English. Be prepare to work to work for the management: want more coffee or tea at breakfast? You literally need to shout or get it yourself. Need...More
My wife and I had a 10 day tour of Uzbekistan starting and finishing in Tashkent, and stayed twice overnight at the Grand Mir. The tour was very hectic, so the time we actually spent at the hotel was fairly limited. My comments are therefore...More
In many ways my wife and I found this hotel to be a gentle introduction, and our second stay at the end of our tour a gentle wind down, to Uzbekistan. Tashkent is by far the most developed and familiar town for western travellers.
US$102 - US$172 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#3 Spa Hotel in Tashkent
#4 Business Hotel in Tashkent
#9 Luxury Hotel in Tashkent
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