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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