How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Amulet Hotel Bukhara
Travel Blogs from Bukhara
... of caravans, and the trade in silk and spices... Bukhara.... cultural and religious heart of Asia back in the 9th-10th centuries... It was hard to believe I was finally here. I stepped out of the share-taxi in the heart of the old town, (after convincing Sohib to persuade Alex that no, really, with his lack of English and my lack of Russian, there was absolutely no point in exchanging contact details...!), waved goodbye, ...
... It is popular with tour groups and we couldn't get a table reservation until tomorrow evening. We sipped beer and wine on the plaza waiting for dinner hour to begin. We were not in the mood for a buffet but the one we found had salads which are in short supply in Central Asia... We had a table on the edge of the pond in the balmy evening.
September 26 & 27 2014 - BUKARA
... of his talent. He gave us a demonstration of each of the instruments and explained that they were made from all sorts-fish skin and cow heart being the most memorable! His warmth and genuine delight in our interest spurred us to purchase a CD. It felt like a worthy investment (E: cheap and portable too!); something that would remind us of our enjoyable days here.
Exiting the bazaar, our next stop was a carpet warehouse. We ...
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*We arrive in Bukhara shortly before sunset. It takes us a while to find our courtyard hotel situated down a little alley. Much to AG's delight it is adjacent to a beer & burger bar. Never before has cool local beer tasted so ...
... whilst so desolate.
Uzbekistan is slightly smaller than Spain (approximately 450,000 km squared) and with a population off 25 million. I wonder where all the people are? The cities will inevitably concentrate the majority of the population.
Lunch was interesting. I had a picnic on the truck consisting of bread, cheese, onion, pepper, tomato, coriander and salt. So simple ...