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Did you know that Uzbekistan was one of the most affordable skiing countries globally, with its Western Tian-Shan mountains stretching just 80 km from its capital city - Tashkent?
Many foreigners find Uzbekistan famous for a traditional type of travel, such as visiting Central Asia's most ancient cities like Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva for cultural and historical purposes. However, the country now offers unforgettable winter holidays to travelers at the newly opened 5-star Amirsoy Mountain Resort, designed and constructed according to the highest international quality standards. The project has been developed following all essential safety requirements and introduces a deluxe level service to guests and visitors.
Whether you are planning your winter holiday as a family, on your own, or with friends, the complex guarantees you truly enjoy the breathtaking sceneries of the Great Tian-Shan Mountains. At the same time, the Amirsoy Resort is thoroughly designed to provide all necessary conveniences for practicing skiing and snowboarding skills at the highly equipped and exceptional Mountain Resort.
The Amirsoy Resort features a Doppelmayr built gondola and chairlift, Italian TechnoAlpin snowmaking, and is run by an Andorra-based management company. There are seven groomed runs, the longest of which is Bravo (2,383m), plus opportunities for off-piste and heli-skiing.
5-star Park Hotel by Amirsoy "Le Chalet by Amirsoy" comes with 40 Swiss-style wooden chalets that accommodate between two and eight guests. All chalets are equipped with contemporary kitchens, beautiful lounges with fireplaces, and extensive terraces with a mountain view. You have an option to decide whether to dine in the chalets or at one of the resort's three restaurants: Olive Garden, La Brasa, and The Opera Bar.
Amirsoy Mountain Resort is the largest ski resort in Uzbekistan and the most upscale ski resort in Central Asia. Additionally, the Western Tian Shan, where the complex is located, has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List for its unique value with diverse landscapes and exceptionally rich biodiversity. Famous publication "Lonely Planet" had described The Western Tian Shan mountains as the "next-season St Moritz" in one of its recent articles.
We would not be surprised if you decide to make visiting the Western Tian-Shan Mountains your annual winter holiday tradition once you take a chance to rejoice in your adventures here at the heart of Central Asia.