Konstantin Hotel

Address: 152, Mirzo Ulugbek Street, Samarkand, Uzbekistan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 152, Mirzo Ulugbek Street, Samarkand, is near Bibi Khanym Mosque and Sher Dor Madrasah.
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Travel Blogs from Samarkand

Mosque & Medressa overload!

A travel blog entry by linda.g on Aug 10, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... from ancient times to the present. With a lack of English translation, we had to guess a bit. The only things we could read were the titles of photos or objects on display. After a nice meal in a charming courtyard restaurant it was back on the train for Samarkand. We had a very busy 2 days visiting the sights around town. Our little hotel was next door to the Gur E Amir mausoleum, built in 14th century, renovated during soviet times. It contains ...

The Golden Road to Samarkand

A travel blog entry by yakking_mad on Aug 05, 2014

... and breakfast! Wheels first we headed to a garage where upon explaining the problem a hammer and chisel were brought out, the rims knocked back into the right shape and the tyres re-fitted all for $5. One job done, onto breakfast. We had enquired at the garage as to where we could eat and one of the customers was recruited to drive us to a nearby place situated next to a canal. In the cool shade with the water flowing past it was a pleasant place to sit for breakfast, the only ...

Slightly Sick in Samarkand

A travel blog entry by marqual on Oct 30, 2013

9 photos

... the common room of a house that was right on the main street thru the Jewish quarters. I could see many people thru the windows. There were 6 men there and 3 were playing dominoes for 1000 som per game (about 40 cents). There were several sets of tables and chairs and a flat screen TV with the Russian news on. The opposite wall had a picture of the president of Uzbekistan, who is from Samarkand. When I told them my name was Lisa, they dubbed me "Mona Lisa". They ...

Number three on the Silk Road

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Aug 13, 2013

15 photos

... me upon entering this special place was that along Toshkent there were all these souvenir boutiques eg all nice and tidy but inside this historical place the vendors were let loose. Every part of the wall in the first building was 'decorated' with silk scarves, hats and any other thing tourists might want to buy. Very tacky in my opinion. And those military tents which they need in two weeks' time for the very special event. They were empty and surely ...


A travel blog entry by dstras on Aug 09, 2013

3 photos

Samarkand was one of the few names I was familiar with from before the trip. It sounds exotic and exciting, and I was curious to see what the city would be like. Samarkand is situated on a river and used to be the capital of the ancient empire of Timur, the man the West refers to as Tamerlane. Because of this, Samarkand is rich in history and monuments. Unfortunately, a lot of the ancient buildings in Central Asia were destroyed by the Mongols and those that survived ...