Simma Hotel SPA & Water Park.
Sogda Tour

Simma Hotel SPA & Water Park located in the capital of Sunny Uzbekistan, in a serene part of the city, is a great place for tourists and businessmen.

Tashkent is a city with a well-developed infrastructure. Here you can implement any plans: not only conduct business negotiations, but also get acquainted with the sights, make purchases and just relax. There are 118 rooms in the Hotel.

Simma Hotel Spa & Water Park has:

– Suzane Restaurant;

– Conference rooms;

-Health Club Serenity;

-Beauty salon.

 

Hotel facilities Room facilities
Free parking Satellite TV
Indoor pool Telephone
Bar Air Conditioner
Laundry Refrigerator
24-hour front desk & room service Shower
Conference Hall Bathroom amenities
Exchange office Set of bath cosmetics
Restaurant Wardrobe
Fitness Hair dryer
Table tennis Kettle
Room service Desk

 

Address:
Sergeli 5 A, Tashkent 100088 Tashkent, Uzbekistan
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