Regal Palace Hotel

1, Vohid Abdullo Street, Samarkand, Uzbekistan | Hotel
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Samarkand, Uzbekistan: Cockroach Express-Blackouts

A travel blog entry by samber

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... people looking at us. They've usually not even blinked in our direction but here you could feel their inquisitive stares. We walked up and down streets looking for this darn restaurant before calling it quits and diving into a cafe with pictures of pizza and burgers on the windows. After pointing to the pictures and being told no burgers, no pizza we settled for french fries and a coffee. Next to the table by the window was a sticky piece of cardboard covered in dead flies. ...

Slightly Sick in Samarkand

A travel blog entry by marqual


... Emir Mausoleum. I chose to skip her tour and instead walked around the blue domed Mausoleum and took some nice photos. Next she took us to the Registran. She kept on taking us into various shops to see how ceramics and tiles were made so I skipped out on the tour and went to the inside of the blue dome that had amazing guilded painting - really stunning.

After the Registan, I headed to the local's Siab Market. I had a big craving for the local salads. The ...

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


... well after 1300 and we went for lunch rather than visiting Sher Dor [lion] Medrassa. We certainly would have had more time if Jalal had shut up with some of the irrelevant details he was giving earlier on in the day.

The medrassas bespoke of grandeur but were more monumental than ornate. Our private tour of Kyrgyzstan, having the country mostly to ourselves, was shattered in Samarkand today. There are tourists everywhere, including similarly large groups.

The ...


A travel blog entry by dstras


... from Alexander the Great, Czar Russia, earthquakes and WWII bombs. I also found it unfortunate that of the remaining monuments, many had been completely reconstructed. This gave a fake feel to the buildings as they appeared too modern and perfect, without the ancient atmosphere that I love. In general Samarkand felt pretty modern as well. I had expected something that felt more chaotically Asian or exotically Arabian, but the everyday buildings weren't very ...

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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