The architecture of the Tashkent Metro is one of the most beautiful in the world, and it is a traditional destination for tourists and guests...
Retro Palace Hotel is an apartment complex, effectively designed in "retro" style and is conveniently located in the heart of the capital. Hotel is in the central area near 'Kontinent' shopping centre with a lot of restaurants nearby. Grand Mir Hotel is located very close to this hotel.
This hotel has 3 stars certificate, generally meets the requirements of this category and can be stop over for both leisure and business travelers. The hotel has 49 rooms, including penthouse. Rooms are small in size, All rooms have high ceilings, with air conditioning, telephone, multichannel television, wireless Internet, refrigerator, hair dryer; hot - cold water, heating. There are reported problems with the cleaning in the rooms and bathrooms. Some travelers might find mattresses a bit stiff, not the way they are used to in the West. Also do not expect any window views apart from neighbouring wall 2 m away. Water in the toilets is flowing without interruption. The bathrooms have a tub, but don't plan to take a bath as there are simply no caps. Explanation is very simple: the bathroom had an electric hot water tank of 50l which makes it impossible to use the bathtub accordingly. No fridge in the rooms.
There is a swimming pool in the yard but it looks very much dirty. TV has only 7 mainly local channels in Uzbek & Russian languages. Internet service is poor and one would have to struggle to surf the Internet.
Staff are friendly but mostly untrained and only one third of them speak bearable English, hence the service is rather poor.
The Retro Palace hotel offers open buffet breakfast but it is very limited in choice and you would be better off to have it somewhere else. There is a restaurant on hotel's territory, offering European and Uzbek cuisine and delicious specialties. A stylish night bar offers a weekly entertainment program. A cosy courtyard with swimming pool, national style couches and summer kitchen is also very convenient for guest to have a comfortable pastime. The restaurant and the bar are taking orders for various celebrations and corporate events.
There are better hotels in Tashkent with much better service and facilities.
I'd been for two days in this hotel. Do you know when you go to this hotel, you feel terrible yourself. Bad rooms, bad waiters, bad services and bad director. Therefore, don't go to the hotel for...Read full
This is the most unpleasant experience in Uzbekistan we had. We chose the hotel because of location, althouth it is far from the centre, but was close to our partners work place. But never again...Read full
The most terrible breakfast I ever had in my life, sausages seemed artificial, juices are not refilled, they do have a pool in the yard, but it looked very much dirty. When I stayed at this hotel in...Read full
|Room||Off season||High season|
|Standard Single Room||$55||$60|
|Single King Size Bed||$60||$65|
|Standard Double Room||$65||$70|
|Superior Double Room||$75||$85|
|Superior Twin Room||$80||$85|