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Hotel Bek Samarkand

Corner of Shohi Zinda and Dagbed Street, Samarkand 140100 Uzbekistan
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Hotel Bek Samarkand is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Samarkand, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay. Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Afrasiab (1.2 mi) and Saint Daniel's Tomb (1.4 mi), guests of Hotel Bek Samarkand can easily experience some of Samarkand's most well known attractions. Rooms at Hotel Bek Samarkand provide air conditioning and a desk. While visiting Samarkand, you may want to try some dumplings at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Labi Gor. Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular history museums, such as Regional Studies Museum, Afrasiyab Museum, and State Museum of Culture History of Uzbekistan. Enjoy your stay in Samarkand!
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Soundproof rooms
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Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Business
Languages Spoken
English, Russian
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Best Hotel in town I this ciry it's difficult to find a good hotels. All what we found three stars but on uzbek standards. But this one at least give their efforts to make customer happy. Reception is really helpful. And polite and speaks fluent English. Rooms are decent and comfortable. Not much luxury, but again, we are in Samarkand! Nearby some fast-food and walking distance to the UNESCO heritage site the Bazar. I really recommen this hotel after terrible experience we had in Tashkent.
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We were a group of seven persons and stayed in Hotel Bek for four nights. It was most definitely not the best experience for some of us. The rooms were allotted randomly and while some got suites , others got rooms with hardly any space to move. I was appalled to find used bath robes and mops piled high on a table in our room! The lady receptionist had a lackadaisical attitude when informed about it. She just came and picked up the pile with a So What look on her face. Another group member got a suite with several mattresses lying in one part of the suite. Another member got a terrible room and we all had to put in request for change of rooms. We are all 70+ and the elevator remained out of service for the entire duration of our stay. Some of the rooms get a great deal of noise from the street. Some good points: apart from the lady receptionist , we found all other staff members to be very courteous and helpful. The breakfast is adequate , though all quite cold. A word of advice- please choose your room carefully and request for a ground floor room if any health issues.
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There is no electric outlet near the desk or near the water kettle, or anywhere convenient. There is a high threshold under the bathroom door for you to stub your toe on. There is only one dim light bulb in the center of the bathroom, so your face in the mirror is in a shadow. The shower leaks water so the bathroom floor will have a puddle. In the shower, the hot water is to the right, while at the sink, the hot water is at the left, the result of hiring an incompetent plumber. The elevator was broken, and not repaired during our stay, so people had to climb 3 flights of stairs. On the second day, we discovered that our door would not lock, so for 24 hours, while we were away and while asleep, our door was unlocked.The TV screen is very small. There was no fruit except apples at breakfast, and no coffee except instant. The hotel is fairly new. Everything was clean. The WiFi worked fairly well, although a little slow. The HVAC worked well. The TV gets BBC and EuroNews and reception was consistently good. The staff at reception were helpful and spoke English.
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Very hard bed Shower leak onto floor Poor water flow and bad regulator for temp Noise (horns) from road outside Poor lighting in bathroom Do not accept credit card for incidentals regardless of sign “Mastercard preferred”. \ No desk No chair No SAFE (wow!) Other than those points, a great hotel
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Rooms and bathrooms are large and newly equipped. To regulate the temperature of the water is not easy but if you put the tap regulator in the middle position it will be perfect after a few moments. Do not touch again. There is no desk and chair in the large room. Beds are too hard and I would not stay for more than two nights. TV did not work but internet is good.You better buy a local sim card for internet on the move. Nights turned really cold when we were there but we learned that in this hotel the temperature is measured by the calendar, and not buy the thermometer. Hence, before 1 November no chance for a heating except for a noisy aircon split. Breakfast was interesting and offered interesting surprises if one dares to try. We liked it. The elevator was out of order but staff carried our luggage to the first floor. The busy road in front of the hotel turned quiet at night, and it was rather exciting to see the never ending stream and chaos of traffic as if this would have been there like this from the high time of the silk road. Enough shops are in the vicinity. Main attraction 20 minutes of walk away, but taxis are cheap and easily available.
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PRICE RANGE
$66 - $130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
UzbekistanSamarqand ProvinceSamarkand
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