The national airline "Uzbekiston Havo Yullari" connects major cities of the country with the capital.
Emir hotel is perfect in all respects: this peaceful oasis in the centre of Bukhara is conveniently located 50 meters from the Lyabi-Hovuz, just steps away from the center of the old city and its bazaars, artisan’s centers and restaurants yet close to the magnificent minarets, madrassas and mosques with their tiled, mosaic domes and facades. What else could be a better way to experience the magic of one of the Silk Road’s most famous cities! The house where B&B is situated dates back to the beginning of 20th century, when it was owned by a wealthy Bukhara merchant. Today it is restored to a cozy B&B with a century old decorations and ornaments on the walls.
There is excellent breakfasts with a different hot egg dish every day in addition to the usual fruit, yoghurt, ham, pastries, etc. The menu is changed every day with two choices of eggs and two choices of pancakes. The herb omelettes are especially good and the apple pancakes a specialty of the house. Enjoy a breakfast in a quiet courtyard of the Emir bed and breakfast, located in the maze of winding lanes of the old city part of Bukhara. The staff just meticulously ensure that all the guests are well-fed and well taken care.
Moderately priced with all necessary modern facilities Emir B&B offers the perfect accommodations for individual travelers, and could be a relieving escape from the bustle of city life. There are 13 double rooms in the hotel. Rooms are very big and beautifully decorated, distributed in two stories and around two connected courtyards. They are large, exceptionally clean with modern bathrooms and air-conditioning. All rooms are individually decorated by the owner with authentic period pieces and situated on two levels around an inner courtyard. Every room is different and feels special, they are decorated in old Bukharan style with Bukhori blessings written on the wall. The bathrooms are modern, with walk in shower with soap and shower gel provided. The service of the hotel is just great.
Three courtyards for you to choose from and plenty of space to chill when it gets hot in the afternoon.
The owner of the hotel is called Mila and she responds to all of your request for advice and services in a most responsive manner, including helping you to book a seat at the cultural show, and arranging for you transportation by private car to Samarkand or other cities of Uzbekistan with driver.
Small boutique hotel in a very interesting traditional style. The staff are extremely friendly and there to please. It is a good value for money overall. Definitely a good mid-range place to stay. Recommended!
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