Samarkand is situated in the
valley of the river Zarafshan. It is the second largest city of Uzbekistan
and is of the same age as the city of Babylon or Rome. The history of
Samarkand is about 2,500 years old and has witnessed a lot of upheavals
during the times of Alexander the Great, the Arabic Conquest, Genghis-Khan
Conquest and lastly Tamerlane's. Hence, the culture of Samarkand was
developed and mixed together with the Iranian, Indian, Mongolian and a bit
of the Western and Eastern cultures. Majestic and beautiful city Samarkand
has a marvelous and attractive power. Poets and historians of the past
called it "Rome of the East, The beauty of sublunary countries, The pearl of
the Eastern Moslem World". Its advantageous geographical position in
Zarafshan valley put the city to the first place among cities of the Central
HOTEL MALIKA SAMARKAND -
Being a Member of Malika Hotels in Samarkand, this newly built private hotel
presents the finest Uzbek woodcrafts. Hotel Malika features 26 guest rooms.
There is a small yard in the hotel with Uzbek national sitting benches - "supa",
where you can have breakfasts or relax and have a cup of tee after a tiring
sightseeing day in Samarkand. Hotel is distinguished for its pleasantly
furnished rooms and delicious Uzbek cuisine.
Tashkent Ė one of the largest
ancient cities in Central Asia is the capital of Uzbekistan. Tashkent was
also known as Chach during the ancient times. Chach was exporting gold,
precious stones, fruits and beautiful horses to other cities and countries.
Nowadays Tashkent has a population of more than 2.4 million. In Uzbek
Tashkent means ďthe Stone CityĒ and is also known as a city of striking
contrast. Today Tashkent is one of the largest industrial centers in Central
HOTEL MALIKA TASHKENT - Newly
built hotel Malika Tashkent provides quality rooms equipped with
air-conditioning, satellite TV, and digital telephone lines. Friendly staff
and hotel facilities will make your stay in Tashkent comfortable and
enjoyable. Hotel facilities include sauna, Jacuzzi, laundry services,
business center, well stocked bar, and 2 restaurants serving western and
Bukhara is one of the most
ancient cities in Central Asia. Developed on the cross roads of the ancient
Silk Road, most of the monuments of this Oriental city date back to the
Middle Ages. Throughout the centuries, the location of the city did not
change. Destroyed several times by wars the city was rebuilt in its prior
location. The Archaeological excavations revealed several layers of ancient
settlements under ground up-to 20 meters. Remains of dwellings, public
buildings, and fortifications were discovered under thick layer of ground.
Today, Bukhara is represented by beautiful mosques, madrassahs, and remains
of fortifications that protected the city from foreign conquerors.
Malika Bukhara Hotel - Member
of Malika hotels in Uzbekistan, newly built hotel in Bukhara started
operating in spring of 2005. Hotel provides modern and comfortable rooms
within walking distance from the Lyabi-Hauz historical complex. Standard and
Luxury rooms are equipped with air conditioning and satellite TV. Enjoy
drinking tea at the summer tea house of the hotel, after exciting
sightseeing of the city.