Hyatt Regency Tashkent
At a Glance
One of the most luxurious accommodation options in Tashkent
Located close to the city centre
Great variety of cuisine options
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
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Uzbekistan has an extreme continental climate with hot summers, cool winters and relatively low levels of rainfall. During the summer temperatures may reach as high as 45°C, whereas during the winter it can plummet down to zero. As such, Uzbekistan is good to visit between the more temperate months between October and April.
To start planning your holiday to Hyatt Regency Tashkent
Hyatt Regency Tashkent is an modern upscale hotel offering a range of dining options, a swimming pool and a spa in the centre of Uzbekistan's capital.
Hyatt Regency Tashkent is located at the heart of Uzbekistan’s capital. Guestrooms are of comfortable size, with contemporary furnishings. Suites include a living area, complete with a study room and kitchenette with a dining area. Bathrooms are well-appointed, with walk-in rainforest showers and a separate bath.
Dining options in the hotel include the Khiva Restaurant. Khiva is tastefully decorated with local art and ceramics, creating an authentic dining experience with the chargrilled oven, Kazan, Tandir and fresh noodle making station. Sette Restaurant is an Italian restaurant and bar on the rooftop. Savour authentic Italian cuisine paired with great wines and great views of the city.
Amenities include free Wifi throughout the hotel, an indoor pool and a 24-hour StayFit Gym. The hotel also offers a range of spa treatments.
Rooms come equipped with a generous working space and an ergonomic chair. Enjoy brilliant views from the floor-to-ceiling windows allowing natural daylight to fill the room. The bathroom has a rainforest shower with a separate bathtub.
The hotel has a 24-hour StayFit Gym, an indoor pool and a spa and wellness centre and can organise fitness and yoga classes. There are several shops located within the hotel and a shared kitchen for all guests if your room does not house a kitchenette.
Afrosiab & Ulugbek Observatory
Uncover the most valuable artefacts in the Afrosiab Archaeological Site & Museum, as well as the astronomical history of medieval Uzbekistan in Ulugbek Observatory. Also visit St. Daniel's Tomb and a paper centre in Samarkand.
Ayaz Kala & Toprak Fortresses
Today, you will make day trip to the ancient fortresses of Toprak and Ayaz Kala.
Bukhara: Highlights of the Museum City
Discover the twin symbols of the city, Lyabi-Khauz Complex and the Poi-Kalyan Complex. You will also visit Chashma Ayub Shrine, Magoki Attari, Kosh Madrassah and Chor Minor before finishing with a traditional Bukhara costume exhibition.
Bukhara: Second Time's a Charm
A further look into Bukhara to unravel the Citadel Ark, the Samanids Mausoleum, the Bolo-Khauz Mosque and the local bazaars.
Chimgan & Charvak Escapade
Take a break from the bustling historic cities for the charming Uzbekistani countryside, including the scenic Chimgan Mountains and Charvak Lake.
The historic Chorsu Bazaar, located at the main square of Tashkent, has been an important landmark for merchants and traders for over hundred years.
Eccentric Ashgabat & Nissa Ruins
Discover the bustling Tolkuchka Bazaar, the Parthian remains of Nissa, and tour the bizarre monuments of Ashgabat including the Turkmenbashi spiritual mosque, National Museum of History, Earthquake Monument, Palace Square and Arch of Neutrality.
Fayzulla Khodjaev’s Home Museum
Enjoy an insightful visit to the Fayzulla Khodjaev's House Museum.
Historical Tour of Khiva
Step into the 8th century as you explore the madrassas, minarets and monuments of Khiva. Wander through the stone-paved alleys and visit the Tash-Khauli Palace and Kunya-Ark Fortress.
Imam Al-Bukhari Memorial Complex
Today, you will visit the Imam Al-Bukhari Memorial Complex.
Jewels of Samarkand
Explore the highlights of Samarkand including Siab Bazaar, Necropolis Shakhi-Zinda and Gur-Emir Mausoleum. Step into Registan Square, one of the most iconic landmarks of the Silk Road.
Journey to Shakrisabz: Birthplace of Timurid Empire
Often overlooked, the UNESCO site of Shakrisabz is home not only to Amir Temur Empire, but also a host of historic mausoleums, mosques and the famed Ak-Sarai Palace.
Rakhimov Ceramics Studio
Enjoy a ceramic workshop at the Rakhimov Ceramics Studio, which also functions as a museum and a shop.
Get a glimpse of the royal life at Sitora-I-Mokhi-Khosa Palace.
Tashkent in a Nutshell
Uncover the highlights of Uzbekistan’s capital, including the Khast Imam Square, Independence Square, Amir Temur Square, Alisher Navoi Theatre Square, and the Museum of Applied Arts.
One of only two subway systems presently in operations within Central Asia, this is a unique opportunity to take a ride on one of the world's most ornate metro.
Best of Uzbekistan & Turkmenistan
Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Mary & Ashgabat
from SGD $5700 pp 11 nights
- Insight into Turkmenistan, the world's most bizarre nation, and the eccentric Türkmenbasy cult
- Fall in love with Ashgabat—Guiness World Record of city with the most white marble
- Discover the legendary cities of Samarkand, Bukhara & Khiva in Uzbekistan
Tashkent, Khiva, Bukhara & Samarkand
from SGD $4300 pp 8 nights
- Dive deep into the heart of Silk Road, the most important trading revolution in history linking China to Europe
- Let your 1001 Nights dreams come true in Khiva's winding alleys of mosques, minarets, madrasahs and mausoleums
- Marvel at Registan Square in Samarkand, one of Silk Road's most stunning masterpiece of architecture
Location & directions
The hotel is located in downtown Tashkent on Navoi Street. Local landmarks, including the famous National Library, is right next to the hotel alongside other tourist attractions and restaurants.
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