It is really nice hotel!!!!I had very good time.The stuff is very friendly.Just the TV was not what... See full review
Feb 14, 2012
Surrounded by Japanese Gardens and a picturesque lake, this luxury resort is currently the only five star hotel in Uzbekistan. Situated in the capital city of Tashkent, the hotel features 233 guest rooms including 21 suites with full internet connection, stylish decor and modern furniture, as well as the usual room amenities such as air-conditioning and fully stocked mini bar. As with most InterContinental Hotels, there are a whole host of facilities to entertain the guests, including the wonderfully relaxing Aquarius Health Club with its heated indoor swimming pool, full gymnasium and rejuvenating traditional massage. *******THIS HOTEL WILL NO LONGER BE AN INTERCONTINENTAL FROM 28TH MAY 2012*******
Tashkent International Airport, (TAS), 12.00, KM, N;
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Intimate restaurant with soft lighting and music. There is a local ballet show each night at 9pm.
Tip: Try the shashlyk - sticky barbecued lamb pieces.
One of the best local restaurant uzbek cuisine. High level service. The only restaurant in Tashkent which accepts VISA Credit Card for payment. VIP room service is available for 20 pax if the total bill exceeds 500 USD.
Tip: All the paintings and handic
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Tip: Choose the manty - a dish from Uighur in northern China of steamed lamb and onions served with sour cream.
Great service along with very reasonable rates. Popular among local diplomats.
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Cosy and comfortable korean restaurant with a first class service.
Tip: The Korean national noodle soup, kuk-su, is usually served in summer.
An authentic Chinese chef cooks traditional hot and spicy Chinese food.
Tip: The dragon- and tiger-roast Chinese pork is very spicy.
Tip: The chicken tabaka - chicken fried in a special stove with a spicy tomato sauce - is especially tasty.
Great interior decorated in traditional oriental style and with an impressive leather map of the Silk Road in the lobby.
Small Italian restaurant. Good spot for a business lunch.
Tip: Traditional Italian food, plenty of pasta dishes.
Typical Indian restaurant, just five minutes drive from the hotel. Accepting Visa Card for payment.
Tip: All the classic dishes such as chicken tandoori and beer by the pint ($1 a pint).
Tip: Great place for a business lunch.
Very cosy little cafe directly across the road from the hotel.
Tip: Best at lunch time. Next to it is a monument to the victims of Stalin's regime in Uzbekistan.
Close to the hotel (10 minute walk) with a traditional menu cooked in a bukhara oven. Dishes like shurpa (spicy lamb soup}, shashlyk (a sort of kebab) an
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