Rovshan-Tashkent Hotel

Address: 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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Travel Blogs from Tashkent

First impressions

A travel blog entry by marqual on Oct 27, 2013

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... and I had a hearty chicken stew and tea.

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Sun, Oct 27

A full day to spend in the capital of Tashkent, but only after we unpack the bags at 9:00 (it was raining last night after our long drive to the city so they decided to keep our big bags on the truck until this morning). The breakfast at the Roshvan hotel was good - it seems the Uzbek breakfasts are similar (dried fruits, cheese, sausage, tomatoes and ...

THE KORAN OF OSMAN

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 19, 2013

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... Grieving [or Mourning] Mother and the national eternal flame.

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Where once Lenin's statue dominated, now a large golden ball with a map of Uzbekistan holds sway. Storks are prevalent as a local motif.

We went to the Independence Square subway stop 800 US. No ...

End of the trip

A travel blog entry by joann.copperud on Aug 10, 2013

12 photos

... interesting and I enjoyed it a lot. I would definitely recommend a visit to the ancient Silk Road cities in UZ. It's hot, but everyone travels on nice air conditioned buses or vans; hotels are fine (basic but fine), food is good, beer is cheap and they even have a little bit of wine industry. The funniest part of traveling in UZ is that the largest currency note is 1000 soms - the unofficial exchange is 2600 soms to the ...

Tashkent Tourist

A travel blog entry by joann.copperud on Aug 05, 2013

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We spent the morning Tashkent with our new guide Tahir. He was a consummate professional having lead tours for over 18 years. We spent the morning visiting an old mosque and saw a Koran that is claimed to be from about 900 AD. We also went to see Independence Square, a large park in the center of the city which was lovely, but empty of people. Just MAYBE it had to do with the 100+ degree heat! Tashkent was on the Silk Road ...

Soviet glamour in Tashkent

A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 23, 2013

24 photos

... that they sell stamps to decorate the round loaves, and each city has its own motif), and most importantly: eggs, melons, eggs and more melons!

We go for dinner in our hostels street: a lovely TL-lit place with bathroom tiles on the floor and plastic chairs. We enjoy our dinner outside, by the side of the road, where we are invited to join two Swiss cyclists, who have biked here all the way from Geneva and still managed to get a sun burn by ...

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