It seems that all people who couldn't get into Amelia end up here. We were in the same situation, staying at Amelia but couldn't extend our stay so had to move elsewhere, i.e. New Moon, located 50m down the road. During our stay, we saw a lot of people there that we previously also saw in Amelia.
Basic, nothing fancy. Airco and fridge (not plugged in) work well and are not too noisy. There is a TV in the room. Beds are 1 person beds. The room isn't big but clean. Bathroom is small with a shower and hot water. Towels and soaps are included.
Pancakes, eggs, bread, meat and cheese, marmalade, fruit (watermelon, grapes), and some local specialities and of course tea and coffee. Very nice and plentiful. All is served at the table. As another reviewer pointed out, the standard breakfast for B&B/hotels in Uzbekistan.
Hotel and staff
The building is quite new and some rooms are under construction. The courtyard is big with tables and benches. It provides a nice place to relax but nothing more than that.
The staff is really friendly, and will take good care of you. However, their language skills are rather limited to say the least. If you speak Russian you can ask anything, but English will require a lot of gestures, pointing, and hoping they understand you correct.
Ideal, a couple of 100m away from the historical city centre. There is a shop nearby (50m) for buying food, drinks, tobacco,...
In front of the hotel, there are taxis available. But bargain hard, since they are waiting for tourists to come out of the hotel and overcharge them wherever they want to go. A ride to anywhere in the city should cost 3000-4000 SUM (but their initial asking price will be 10.000). Airport should cost 5000 SUM.
We paid 30 USD per room per night for 2 persons, breakfast included.
If you want to stay a couple of days in Bukhara at a cheap but decent place, this is where you can go.
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