Grand Capital Hotel
Sogda Tour

The hotel Grand Capital is located in the Central district of Tashkent-a 5-minute drive from the international exhibition hall “UzExpocenter” and a 10-minute walk from the Central grocery market.

Despite its Central location, the hotel is located on a quiet street, which guarantees that there is no noise of passing cars. There are restaurants, bars, a grocery market, the Central Square and the Amir Temur Museum in the vicinity of the hotel. The national flavor and refinement of the interior combined with the most modern international standards of service make this hotel truly unique.

There are 51 rooms in the Hotel.

 

Hotel facilities Room facilities

WI-FI internet
Satellite TV
Conference hall Telephone
Swimming pool Air Conditioner
Laundry Mini bar
24-hour front desk & room service Bathrobe
Safe box Slippers
Sauna Hair dryer
Restaurant

 

Address:
Niyozbek Yo'li ko'chasi 24, 100000 Tashkent, Uzbekistan
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