Regal Palace Hotel

1, Vohid Abdullo Street, Samarkand, Uzbekistan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Samarkand

Slightly Sick in Samarkand

A travel blog entry by marqual


... of the square. By 6:30 I was walking towards the square. About half way there I saw something that looked like our truck drive by. As I neared the square, I saw about 8 people from our group there. A couple girls from our trip had been there at sunset the prior night and they had bribed a guard to let them climb a minaret to watch the sunset. He told them to be back at 7:00 with a small group and we could pay the climb for sunrise. This turned out to be lucky for me. ...

Mirror of the World, Centre of the Universe

A travel blog entry by bdsaly


... culture and learning. Tamerlane’s grandson, Ulug Beg was an astronomer who built an observatory, part of which is still visible today. His discoveries and observations using this observatory place Ulug Beg among the ranks of the greatest of all early astronomers.

Uzbekistan as a nation is a post-revolutionary creation of the Soviet Union. From around the middle of the 19th century, the present-day country of Uzbekistan was part of the Russian ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... hotel pool.

Diary time thereafter, Dennis dropping by at 1830. Madame KGB had got the lowdown some of the others were going to the same restaurant at 1930 so the Sisters, the boys, Madame KGB and I left at 1900 for same, not before Pam gave me so magic cracked heel potion and instructions. This will cause less pampering, Tom. Our sextet would be named 'Team Terry' by Dave.

We managed to get a table deep in the bowels of the place. I thought I had ordered pigeon ...

Number three on the Silk Road

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne


... and only uneven surfaces basically. Whenever you look up you stumble on something. Went inside the Bibi-Khanym Mosque which once was Islam's biggest, the cupola41m high and the pishtak 38m. It partially collapsed in an earthquake in 1897 before being rebuilt in the 1970s. Continued to Registan which was only open a couple of hours due to rehearsals for a musical event with the president attending. Don't mind the tourists! Not that many of us anyway. ...

Death, destruction and mausoleums

A travel blog entry by eyre


... backpacker's, that sets us up in a lovely four-person room with a direct view of the big medrassas! The inner courtyard of the hostel is full of couches and tapchans and tanned cyclists and around-the-world-motorcyclists enjoying the complementary chai and melon and pennywafels.

Soviet chique of by-gone days

We leave the rather quiet Leo to his tea and laptop, and decide to visit one of the suburbs of Samarkand first. That is.. if we can ...

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This hotel, located on 1, Vohid Abdullo Street, Samarkand, is near Bibi Khanym Mosque and Sher Dor Madrasah.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good