Malika Khiva Hotel

19A, Polvon Kori Street, Khiva, 741400, Uzbekistan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 19A, Polvon Kori Street, Khiva, is near Mount Ramelau, Comarca, and Palacio das Cincas.
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    Travel Blogs from Khiva

    Khiva - Disneyland of the Silk Road

    A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Sep 29, 2014

    12 photos

    ... Qala and the bit inside the outer walls Dishon-Qala. With the exception of one infrequently visited palace Dishon-Qala doesn't figure in this tale, that's Uzbekistan, remote from its capital. That means broken roads and pavements, holes in the pavement big enough to fall down, litter and rubbish everywhere.

    Inside Ichon-Qala there is a Main Street which runs from the West Gate (where you buy your nearly-all-inclusive entry ticket) to the East ...

    Exploring Khiva

    A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Aug 04, 2014

    135 photos

    ... city feels like going back in time. People here live a simple, less complicated life which is really appealing.

    After a full circuit of the perimeter and the market outside the east wall, I came back to shelter from the sun.

    Late morning, I took a second trip out. I headed to the Juma Mosque with its 47 metre minaret and 218 wooden supports holding up its roof. From here, I headed to the Kalta Minor minaret which stands so proudly in the Khiva ...

    Khiva (Uzbekistan)

    A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Jun 18, 2014

    130 photos

    ... take their photo (they seem to love having their photo taken). We headed back to the hotel later that morning once the heat had set in and proceeded to spend the afternoon lounging around the courtyard having a few drinks and shisha. It's tough work being a tourist. We got up early the next morning ready for a full on day up to Moynaq and Nukus. We had organised a private car (air conditioned was a must) to take us up and it took about four hours ...

    In Alexander's footsteps to Bukhara

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Jun 01, 2014

    10 photos

    ... many are occupied. The population is growing fast though so maybe these are just banking on the future.

    It takes about two hours to drive through the Khiva oasis. The outlying areas consist of large cotton fields interspersed with smaller vegetable plots and orchards. There is more mechanisation than we saw in China but even so much of the work of hoeing the cotton or weeding the vegetables is manual, and the tractors have a distinctly superannuated air. At the edge ...

    High and lowlights of old Khiva

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on May 31, 2014

    10 photos

    ... up there with the Tibetan Lamasery. Our guide tells us some more jolly stories about the various means that the Khans devised for torture, execution and general tyrannical oppression and we begin to take a strong dislike to the lot of them.

    A visit to the oldest building is more uplifting. This is the 18th century Juma Mosque which incorporates some sections of a 10th century original, has 218 wooden columns carved from different woods and in different styles, ...