Hyatt Regency Dushanbe

Address: Prospekt Ismoili Somoni 26/1, Dushanbe, 734026, Tajikistan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Prospekt Ismoili Somoni 26/1, Dushanbe.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant
        • Fitness/Health center
        • Bar/lounge


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking


        • Suites


        • Room service

        TravelPod Member ReviewsHyatt Regency Dushanbe

        Reviewed by christianpappas

        5 star; great hotel

        Reviewed Jul 20, 2009
        by (26 reviews) Chicago , United States Flag of United States

        great hotel, oftentimes empty. Food is OK. The burger can be tasty if youve been outside of the US for a while and is a favorite of the Embassy folks. Its also the location of many of the Embassy eents around town.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Regency Dushanbe

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Dushanbe

        Exploring the mountains of Tajikistan

        A travel blog entry by jamjamdave on Aug 14, 2015

        5 comments, 82 photos

        ... the mighty Pamir mountains that connect China, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Tajikistan. These forbidding desert mountains have for millennia kept major civilisations apart and forced the silk road traders who crossed them to take their lives in their hands. When Russia completed its conquering of Central Asia in the early 1900's it completed the Pamir Highway which crosses this remote area and it is this highway which is now one ...

        I just can't under-STAN-d you?

        A travel blog entry by jimnyhendrix on Jun 24, 2015

        ... the rumour got around that we were in a luxury room with an ensuite 'loo' that worked, it became free for all to use which was, as you can imagine, charming. Ignorance was certainly bliss when it came to meal times and we still wonder what the reaction would have been if the lights were turned on mid mouthful. The comment that slightly summed up the ferry was one of typically emotional Italian blokes saying he would much rather spend a week in prison picking ...

        Downtime in Dushanbe

        A travel blog entry by fishtails04 on Apr 20, 2015

        7 comments, 10 photos

        ... rooms and on mattresses that are way past their use-by date, with springs sticking into my back all night. So it was such a treat to be in a good bed again and in a real home. There was even a cat to play with, and delicious home-cooked spicy food. Originally from India, the family have been in the city for 5 years as Shem works for an NGO here, while Mash teaches locally, and their daughter is at school. They also ...

        Pamir Highway: Day 6 - Kala-i-Khum to Dushanbe

        A travel blog entry by michellendave on Sep 20, 2014

        43 photos

        ... the persimmon tree, laden with fruit. High in the grape arbor, enormous bunches of golden grapes dangled.

        Dinner was a wonderful mix of cooked potatoes, cabbage, carrots and tomatoes, a nice change from the greasy plov (pilaf), manti's and Shorpo.

        Prices for accommodations here in Dushanbe are relatively high, considering that most people have an annual income of less than $2700. ...

        The tunnel of death to Dushanbe

        A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Aug 13, 2014

        15 photos

        ... as it took forty minutes to get to the bottom of Rudaki Avenue.

        It was great to walk up this main street in the late afternoon sun. I got to the presidential palace and the world's tallest flagpole (seriously) and further up towards the city's main mosque.

        This is definitely an evening city with its coloured fountains and people everywhere. I walked back to the place I got off the mini van. It was pitch black. I always enjoy riding the local ...