Situated opposite the spacious square of the Opera house, this 50-years-old hotel building promises a rexaxing stay. I think it was a good choise to draw the curtains down at the end of our 10 days tour in Uzbekistan. The beds are broad enough with good matresses, the carpets thick enough for tired feet.. The only problem was the exessive heat in the room, uncontrolled by the weak air-conditioning. The windows were locked, so we had to call the reception to unlock them, but then they stayed open also during the night when the temperature fell a lot!! Why can't windows have knobs??!!.. Breakfast was satisfactory.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking