HYATT REGENCY TASHKENT | Best Hotel In Uzbekistan

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Uzbekistan Airways Il-114-100 - Flight from Termez (TMJ) to Tashkent Yuzhny (TAS), Uzbekistan

Ilyushin Il-114-100 / UK91109 Uzbekistan Airways / HY1152 Departure: Termez Airport (TMJ), Uzbekistan (Rwy 07) Arrival: Tashkent Yuzhny (TAS), Uzbekistan (Rwy 08R) Date: 7th Mar 2014 / Seat 9D ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Photography, or even worse - filming, is strictly forbidden in Uzbekistan, so please excuse my unstable filming in order to at least secure some footage of this rare airplane. You can see the Bundeswehr / German Military presence in Termez, which uses the airport as a logistics center for its Afghanistan operations.

Hyatt Regency Tashkent, Uzbekistan (Asia). The best of Hyatt Regency Tashkent in Tashkent

Hyatt Regency Tashkent, Uzbekistan (Asia). The best of Hyatt Regency Tashkent in Tashkent Hotel. Welcome to Hyatt Regency Tashkent, Uzbekistan (Asia). The best of Hyatt Regency Tashkent in Tashkent. Subscribe in Common services in the accommodation include wifi available in all areas. In the section of food and drink we will enjoy bottle of water, bar, room service, chocolate or cookies, breakfast in the room, special diet menus (on request), restaurant (à la carte), restaurant (buffet), wine/champagne, fruits and breakfast options. To relax, the establishment has spa and wellness centre, massage, hot tub/jacuzzi, yoga classes, hammam, swimming pool, back massage, sauna, head massage, fitness centre, personal trainer, indoor pool (all year), spa facilities, neck massage, full body massage, spa lounge/relaxation area, couples massage, fitness/spa locker rooms, fitness classes, foot massage, hand massage, fitness and pool/beach towels. With regard to the transfer we will find shuttle service (additional charge), secured parking, airport shuttle (additional charge), airport drop off, parking garage, airport pick up, street parking, shuttle service, accessible parking and airport shuttle. For the reception we can have private check-in/check-out, safety deposit box, 24-hour front desk, concierge service, luggage storage, currency exchange and atm/cash machine on site. Within the common areas we can enjoy shared kitchen, shared lounge/tv area, terrace and sun terrace. The role of cleaning services will include laundry, daily maid service, dry cleaning and ironing service. If you arrive by business in the accommodation you will have business centre, fax/photocopying and meeting/banquet facilities. barber/beauty shop and shops (on site). We can highlight other benefits like lift, facilities for disabled guests, non-smoking rooms, air conditioning, designated smoking area and vip room facilities [] Book now cheaper in You can find more info in We hope you have a pleasant stay in Hyatt Regency Tashkent Other hotels in Tashkent Grand Mir Hotel Ramada Tashkent City Palace Hotel Tashkent Ichan Qala Hotel Miran International Hotel Sharq Hotel Other hotels in this channel Kas Kabai Machu London Bridge Hotel Radisson Blu Carlton Hotel, Bratislava Casa Morgano Hibiscus Lodge Hotel Suba Hotel Chic Hotel Montecristi Oxford Hotel Bend Hotel Radika Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel, Curio Collection By Hilton Hotel Terranova Hotel Ermitage Litwor Riviera Khabarovsk In Tashkent we recommended to visit In the Uzbekistan you can visit some of the most recommended places such as Amir Timur Museum, Museum of Applied Arts, Tashkent Botanical Garden, Museo estatal de historia de Uzbekistán, Tashkent Zoo, Museum of Arts of Uzbekistan, Tashkent Museum of Railway Techniques, Art Gallery of Uzbekistan and Museum of Nature. We also recommend that you do not miss Museum of Victims of Political Repression in Tashkent, Palace of International Forums, Museum of Health, Chorsu Bazaar, Kukeldash Madrasah or Amir Temur Square You do not forget to visit our video about the best hotels in Uzbekistan We hope you have a pleasant stay in Hyatt Regency Tashkent and we hope you enjoy our top 10 of the best hotels in Uzbekistan Hyatt Regency Tashkent could be selected for its score on Tripadvisor, Trivago or Booking to be part of our Top 10 All images used in this video are or have been provided by Booking. If you are the owner and do not want this video to appear, simply contact us. You can find us at

Uzbekistan: a travel documentary

After visiting Mongolia last Summer, we decided to explore a little further the Silk Road and picked Uzbekistan as our next destination. We didn't really know what to expect: different sources gave us different opinions and we were unsure of what it would have been like. We found a country full of architectural beauty, a lot of tradition, amazing food and colours. Still quite genuine, tourism hasn't spoiled it that much yet ... unfortunately looked like only big groups of people in their 50s/60s are willing to travel to this country. It is affordable and it is suitable for both solo travellers, women, families and, of course, groups of any age. Tashkent: it's the capital city and one of the largest cities in Central Asia. Worth a quick stop but don't spend too much time. The gardens and parks around the presidential buildings are very enjoyable and well maintained. Near the Chorsu Bazaar is the best part of town both because of the few remaining historical buildings are around, as well as for the market itself. Samarkand: do not underestimate the distance here if you are on foot. It's truly impressive to stand in front of the Registan and look at the magnificent madrasas. It's indeed one of the most impressive square in the World. But even more impressive and fascinating is the Shah-I-Zinda mausoleum. The Bibi Khanyum Mosque is the third landmark and can't be missed. Two other documents are less appealing (unless you are an archeologist or an historian) but are still worth a visit: the Afrosiab ruins and the Ulug Beg observatory. Samarkand's history starts probably 3 millennia ago. The old Marqand was conquered by Alexander the Great. The it flourished as one of the major trading points along the Silk Road under the Sogdians and the Persians. When the arabs came in the region, it continue flourishing and its grandeur survived also the Mongol invasion. Infact, not long thereafter, it was the capital of the Timurid Empire that dominated Central Asia from Turkey to India at the end of the 14th century Bukhara: different from Samarkand, Bukhara landmarks are less impressive but the entire historical center has been kept almost intact. People still live in the old town and enjoy the evening at the Lyabi Hauz. Bukhara will also give you a taste not only of the Silk Road, but also of the Great Game. The Ark fortress has impressive walls, but the madrasas here are the most interest. Our favourite has been the Abdullah Khan Madrasa. Khiva: the old citadel of Khiva (the so-called Ichon Qala) is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. So many monuments are packed within it walls: 2 royal palace, 3 minarets and several mosques and madrasas. Khiva may see a museum for tourists during the day, but in reality has its own soul. You can feel it early morning of after sunset, before the tourists hit the road or by the weddings that took place every day on its streets. PRACTICAL INFO: Itinerary: we spent 10 days: 1 day in Tashkent, 2 days in Samarkand, 1.5 in Bukhara, 1.5 day in the Khorzem, 3 in Khiva and 1 day to come back to Tashkent. It gives you ample time. Ex-post, we only made an error to dedicate only one and half day to Bukhara as we were unable to see the monuments in the countryside Flights: direct flights from London with Uzbekistan Airways. 7 hours for £400 with no flight entertainment Transport: train is perfect. We had a travel agency (Salom Travel) booking for us the tickets in advance and delivering to our hotel in Tashkent. In addition, you need a tour or a driver to visit the Khorzem fortresses. We also relied on the same agency. We highly recommend Salom Travel Food: amazing food for max $5 per person. We ate a lot at the kiosks in the various bazaar for much less than that. Everything is very tasteful, not only the meat, but also the vegs, the dumplings and the local spaghetti (nothing to do with Chinese noodles) Safety: super safe Locals: extremely friendly. Especially the younger, they will try to exchange a word or two in English. Uzbekistan is very isolated and not many foreigners are around. As result locals have not been westernized. E.g. all women still wear traditional dresses and you won't hear Justin Bibier around but rather Russian songs or Uzber traditional music. Some taxi drivers and ticket officers will try to squeeze a couple of dollars out of you but nothing that will bore you too much

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HYATT REGENCY TASHKENT | Best Hotel In Uzbekistan [5-star] - Book Now
NAVOI STREET, 1 A, Yunusabad District, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 100000
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Hyatt Regency Tashkent offers accommodation in the heart of Tashkent. This luxury hotel offers a revolving restaurant, indoor swimming pool and free WiFi. In the luxurious guest rooms, elegant furnishings and scenic views are offered. A seating area is featured in some rooms where guests can relax while watching satellite TV. Hyatt Regency’s spa and fitness centre has a modern gym. Spa services with a wide range of relaxing massages are also provided. Mustaqillik Maydoni Metro Station is a 12-minute walk away. Tashkent International Airport is 7 km from the Hyatt Regency Tashkent.
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