Uzbekistan hotels can be divided into some categories. At the top of the heap are new hotels, typically built with foreign capital.
The second tiers are former International Tourist Hotels, into which all foreigners were steered in Soviet times.
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Our site offers you a stay in one of the hotels of Urgench city – the capital of Khoresm province.
Discounted rates for hotels in Urgench include breakfast & taxes.
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After a long and fascinating tour around the Cradle of Civilization – The Surkhandarya region – you can relax in one of the hotels of Termez.
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Tashkent is the capital city of Uzbekistan and an important transport hub in the heart of Central Asia, with over 3 million people and massive modern infrastructure. The city became the capital of Uzbekistan in early 20-s of the last century, and since then its appearance has dramatically changed.
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Ancient Kesh, the city where the Shaker of the Universe, Great Tamerlaine was born is now called Shakhrisabz, the Green City. Its monuments are mainly attributed to the Tamerlaine’s time. This comfortable hotel in Shakhrisabz welcomes you to the native land of Tamerlane. Choose your hotel in Shakhrisabz from the list below.
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Samarkand, a legendary city on the Great Silk Road , capital of mighty warlords and romantic home for renowned poets, still shines as the brightest star among historical and cultural centers of the present world.
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After a visit to the world famous Nukus Museum of Art named after Savitskiy, an excursion to monuments whose foundation goes back to the beginning of our era, or a trip to the shore of the former Aral Sea to visit the Ship Cemetery in Muynak, you can stay overnight in one of the hotels of Nukus. Choose your hotel in Nukus from the list below.
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Khiva is the brightest stone in the necklace of ancient Khorezm, a great and glorious civilization of the past that developed in the lower reaches of Amudarya.
Khiva’s inner city, so called Ichan-Kala, is a unique museum in the open with gorgeous architectural ensembles and majolica-decorated monuments.
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