Hotel Khiva Palace
Sogda Tour

The Khiva Palace is the one hotel situated close to the railway station (10 min). All rooms are equipped with free Wi-Fi, telephone, flat-screen TV, air conditioning, heating.

The bathrooms are embellished with starlight marble decorations, bathtub/shower, hairdryer, heated towel rail, and exclusive complimentary toiletries. There is also a restaurant where guests can have lunch or dinner at any time which is convenient for them. Free Parking is available. Reception is open around the clock. There are 41 rooms of different categories.


Hotel facilities Room facilities

WI-FI internet
Satellite TV
Swimming pool Telephone
Laundry Air Conditioner
24-hour front desk & room service Bathroom amenities
Safe box on reception Bath tub
Restaurant Slippers
Hair dryer
Shower cabin


Pry VokzalAleya, Khiva 220900 Uzbekistan
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