Rovshan-Tashkent Hotel

118 Mirabad Street, Tashkent, 700200, Uzbekistan | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRovshan-Tashkent Hotel

Reviewed by zullyzazaza

wonderful experience

Reviewed Oct 19, 2011
by (3 reviews) Yellowknife , Canada Flag of Canada

It was very clean and had friendly helpful staff. On my trip through Uzbekistan, this was the only hotel where everything worked, lights, toilet, hot water. It was very nice and the breakfast was good as well.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Rovshan-Tashkent Hotel

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A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 18, 2013

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... trunk [or boot]. It did happen to at least one of our seven taxi convoy.

Rachel advised there would be a refund of $80.00 US from the kitty. Only cheap CC went up to ask if it was per person [it was].

Dennis navigated the first shift and then I wound up in the front for the rest of the six hours of travel time. Pam and I chatted about travel. Anwar laughed at a local town called ...

Arriving to Urgench and Khiva

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Aug 09, 2013

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... looking fur hats not much else to be done. A few cafe type places and we went to one of those. Tried to find a place for dinner but had to resort to a place where all tourists ate (30 or so) with over prized, poor quality meal at the restaurant owned by our hotelier who John dubbed 'the Maire of Khiva'. We ate a sub standard plov, felt unsatisfied and slightly ripped off but we slept well and were happy in the knowledge that a new destination awaits us ...

Soviet glamour in Tashkent

A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 23, 2013

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... we should have filled out the same form twice! This we meekly do, and before we know it we're pushing our way through a wall of taxi-drivers.

A historic, dutar-playing B&B-professional

We hope we aren't lying to the taxi-drivers when we say that we already have a ride, and indeed, there we see Oybek, the son of our hostel-owner, waving a sign that says "Mirzo Guesthouse" and busily calling people on his massive Samsung smartphone. ...

Too many stans to poke a stick at

A travel blog entry by pato_mahala on Jun 03, 2013

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... local people strictly obey to ensure they keep receiving their allowance of free gas, water and electricity and keep out of trouble. Many locals keep their gas cookers burning 24/7 as it costs nothing to do so and matches and lighters cost money.
We found it hilarious that when the president is travelling on the road all cars on all roads anywhere near the route he is being driven along come to a complete standstill with the police and army closing ...

Dashed for Cash in Tash

A travel blog entry by womensrights52 on May 24, 2013

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... around the bazaars and merchant stands to trade goods and fabrics. At these bazaars I sold some hookahs, jewelry, and dates for some melons, wood-carved products, leather clothes and a rug. One of the merchants that I became good friends with, Aziz who was a native of Tashkent, gave me a painting as a gift to take on my travels. I only spent two days in Tashkent, but Tashkent was a marvelous ...

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