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Komil Boutique is the hotel with exceptional character and is literally a work of art. Location of the hotel is perfect right near to Lyabi House ensemble. Komil is a boutique hotel located in the old town of Bukhara, just a short walk away from one of the main trading domes. Walkable to all the historical locations but away from the street noise it is a perfect place to explore and absorb the ancient history of Bukhara. This hotel is extremely easy to find, despite the fact that it is not on a main street within the old city. No need to worry about remembering which side streets to turn onto while navigating from the trading dome. The walk from the trading dome to hotel isn't lit at night, but it's literally a straight shot. Some flashlight might be recommended for night times since the old city is just generally not well lit at night.
This is a lovely small hotel, a bit too large to be described as a B&B, within easy walking distance of all the main sights of Bukhara. The hotel has plenty of character, it is a traditional house built around a courtyard. It is small, cozy and extremely charming. Everything there is decorated in traditional Uzbek style so you feel like you traveled back in time. The hotel is located on a dusty, single lane street and the entrance is not exactly obvious, as it is behind a very large wooden door. The lobby is great: the floor is paving stones that are constantly sprinkled with water to keep the dust down, and it opens onto a courtyard with some of the hotel's rooms surrounding it.
The owner is a young gentleman Komil who started his business from scratch and who maintains high standards of local tourists’ business right from the first day of the hotel's existence. People at the hotel are extremely friendly.
Accommodation at Komil Boutique hotel
Every room is decorated by the owner in a unique style, resembling a lot of the sites you'll see around the town. The rooms are lovely and very clean. There is beautiful detail throughout the hotel. Just imagine that you wake up in the morning in tidy, beautiful room, decorated in the Oriental style. You're going to the 19th century canteen and try all the sweets and fruits that eastern kitchen can offer. Hot and strong coffee would make you feel active and ready to explore this ancient city.
Bathroom in the room have a full bathtub, rather than just being a makeshift shower stall as in some other hotels. The rooms are compact but well set out, beautiful and comfortable, the beds are comfortable and there is fridge in the room with a stocked mini-bar.
Dining at Komil Boutique hotel
An excellent choice of foods for breakfast served on the second floor with an outdoor balcony overlooking the inner court is a great way to start the day. Breakfast is definitely the best, large spread and delicious food, with a variety of fresh fruits, pancakes, home-made jams, bread, tea/coffee and an egg dish. Breakfast is served in a quite astonishing hall with lots of fine decoration on the walls and ghanch work and the meal alone can set you up for the day. The dining room which is located upstairs is 19 century with the original features, it's like eating in a museum! The wear and tear of the decades in the dining room only adds to sense of connection to a rich, layered past. The staff is very good about giving recommendations for restaurants, shopping and just general directions around the old town.
A house of real character. This hotel is great! It's probably the most authentic hotel in Bukhara. Situated at a five minutes walk from Lyabi-Hauz, it places you in the heart of the old city.
Very clean and very special place. Breakfast is nice and the breakfast room is really antique around three hundred years old . Hotel from outside looks not good but the monument you enter all will...Read full
Really friendly staff and very nice decorated rooms in a "Silkway" style. The Rooms are equipped with a large refrigerator. Beds were good and breakfast OK - they served tasty freshly made coffee...Read full
Myself and a friend stayed for three nights in room 18 (twin beds) in April. Hotel opened in 2001. Jewish and Muslim houses joined together. Breakfast area is a former 19th century Uzbek merchants...Read full
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