Hotel As-Salam
Sogda Tour

Hotel As-Salam is one of the classic hotels in Bukhara, located a few dozen meters from the architectural complex Lyabi Hauz, in the heart of the historical part of the city. As Salam Hotel Bukhara is decorated in traditional Bukhara style. Each room has everything you need for a comfortable stay after a busy tour of the ancient city. In the evenings, it is very pleasant to sit in a small courtyard, above which the sky is gradually filled with sparkling stars. There are 19 comfortable rooms in the Hotel.

 

Hotel facilities Room facilities

WI-FI internet
Satellite TV
Laundry Telephone
24-hour front desk & room service Air Conditioner
Safe box Bathtub or shower
Restaurant Bathroom amenities
Slippers
Hair dryer

 

Address:
Bahouddin Naqshband 116, 200118 Bukhara, Uzbekistan
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