Tashkent Hotels

Tashkent will be your gateway to Uzbekistan. It is the only city (so far) to which international flights arrive. The visitor to Uzbekistan will inevitably spend at least two nights here, the night of arrival and the night prior to departure.

To obtain a tourist visa to Uzbekistan, you must pre-book a minimum of two nights in a hotel. If you go this route, I would recommend booking those two nights at a Tashkent hotel, for your first and last nights in Uzbekistan. Just be aware that keeping your lodging budget under control on subsequent nights will require either Machiavellian bargaining skills or compromises in quality and comfort.

Tashkent provides a brief overview of appropriate hotels as for businessmen as for tourists. Tourists are still required to stay in hotels that are licensed by Uzbektourism and most hotels are run by them. However, a number of independent hotels are now being licensed. It is necessary for visitors to have a slip of paper stamped by the hotel to prove that they have stayed there. Services and facilities are not up to Western standards, but efforts are being made to improve them.


Hotel Uzbekistan
17, Khoresm St.,
Tashkent, Uzbekistan 700000
Tel: 36-00-77
Fax: 89-11-15


Hotel Inter-Continental Tashkent
107 A, Amir Temur St.,
Tashkent 700084, Uzbekistan
Tel: 40 70 00
Fax: 40 64 59
Email: tashkent@interconti.com


Hotel Tsorbi
1 Maksim Gorky St.
Tashkent, Uzbekistan 700000
Tel: 67-43-82, 67-24-04
Fax: 68-94-60


Hotel Shodlik Palace
5 Pakhtakorskaya St.
Tashkent, Uzbekistan 700011
Tel: 41-42-22
Fax: 41-44-04


Hotel Tashkent
56 Buyuk Turon St.
Tashkent, Uzbekistan 700000
Tel: 33-54-91
Fax: 89-11-30


Hotel Sayokhat
115,Buyuk Ipak yuli St.
Tashkent, Uzbekistan 700000
Tel: 67-53-74
Fax: 68-67-72


Hotel Turkiston
64 Navruz St.,
Tashkent, Uzbekistan 700000
Tel: 56-45-35
Fax: N/A


Hotel Turon
1 Abdulla Qodiri St.,
Tashkent 700000
Tel: 41-11-76
Fax: n/a


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