Hotel Nissa

Address: Atabaeva Street, 18B , Ashgabat, Turkmenistan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Atabaeva Street, 18B , Ashgabat, is near Ancient Merv and Turkmen Akhalteke Horse Trekkings.
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    Travel Blogs from Ashgabat

    The Taxistas of Ashgabat & Their 'Mum'

    A travel blog entry by fishtails04 on Apr 06, 2015

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... shrugs, I was eventually directed to the airport bus on another street, and told the bus north goes from there, and as that was all the info I had to go on, I got myself on an airport bus. 45 minutes later, I had effectively done a sightseeing tour of the fountain-surrounded golden statues of the previous president, the presidential palace, and the excess of white marble palaces and buildings he erected (camera was in my pack, so back to google images), and ...

    My Second Home

    A travel blog entry by sowhatnext on Mar 23, 2015

    10 photos

    ... sure there is some deeper reasoning to it! It is next to my favourite building in Ashgabat - The Wedding Palace (which is the building that looks like a giant cube with a disco ball inside). Its a little out of the city centre but the views of Ashgabat at night are amazing! The hotel itself is stunning - my bedroom was probably bigger than the entire downstairs of my house - my bed could have fitted 4 people in it, I had 2 seating areas, a desk/coffee area and a bath big enough for ...

    Ashqabat - the empty city

    A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Oct 03, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... been enhanced) to give you an idea of the rooms and spaces - though the Italian archaeologists recently threw a spanner in the works by saying it wasn't a royal palace/residence but a religious centre - initially Zoroastrian.

    I've been getting myself into trouble arguing with soldiers. You are walking happily down the street when a soldier stops you and tells you to cross over, generally because you are about to pass some 'sensitive' building, cabinet office or whatever. ...

    Spectacular and Surreal

    A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 10, 2014

    14 photos

    ... places surely does not augur too well.
    And so we watched the superfluous and grandiloquent five-star hotels go past; we viewed the impressive domes of the Presidential Palace (photos forbidden, as you may guess), the numerous scarcely imaginable monuments (more on those anon), until we reached our not unimpressive hotel(featuring a glass elevator!).

    Internet access was out of the question; when speaking indoors about the political ...

    One Big Melon Party

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Aug 09, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... break camp. Instead, our young friends from Rally Mongolia are themselves in the process of adjusting their tyre pressures beside the road.They have just successfully negotiated the return sand dune journey. In exchange for a fresh brew of proper coffee, we borrow their compressors.

    * We are back on the tarmac road by 7 a.m. There is little sign of human habitation but we see the odd group of camels grazing. It would appear that the grass is greener on the other ...