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Unique location in the historical part of Bukhara city makes this newly built private hotel as a great choice for travelers. Omar Khayam is a luxury hotel built in national style located right next to the historical monuments of Bukhara: Poi Kalyan ensemble, Toki Zargaron and Toki Telpakfurushon trading domes, Mirzo Ulugbek Mosque, Abdulazizkhan Mosque, and trade hall of Tim Abdullakhan. This modern but characteristic hotel is centrally located and, as mentioned, is very close to all the major monuments of the ancient Bukhara. As this part of the city is only for pedestrians the place is really quiet.
The hotel has 22 rooms: 15 standards, 6 semi deluxe, 1 apartment room. The rooms are quite spacious, comfy, quiet and very clean. The rooms are as dull as imaginable. It has what you need but one can hardly resist an urge to paint and fill it with some art! Beds are quite comfortable, but the rest of the furnishings are minimal. Small fridge in room and efficient air conditioning. Complimentary supply of 2 bottles of water per day.
The staff is very kind and helpful.
They offer a breakfast (included) but no lunch or dinner. The breakfast doesn’t' offer many choices but is good. There is very pleasant courtyard and it is very great for having breakfast. There is no restaurant or in room service.
It is lovely hotel with surrounding a courtyard where you can sometimes see the owner’s car on a pedestal looking like an extra from a Renault TV ad & sometimes see a tortoise as well. Hotel offers a fine restaurant serving international and national meals, lobby bar, open area for dining in the court yard designed in national style.
Wi Fi supposedly available in rooms but doesn't seem to work except in the foyer.
It is clean place, but just lacks character. It has an attractive patio, where dinner is served on balmy evenings, and mid-sized rooms with comfortable beds.
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