Samarkand is a can't-miss hub of the Silk Road on your journey to Uzbekistan and Grand Hotel Samarkand will insert you near the heart of the city's history.
The Hotel Grand Samarkand is separated into two quiet buildings, located across the road from one another. Simple brick-walled rooms come complete with a private en suite bathroom. Local arts add an element of color to the mostly neutral palette. On chilly evenings, warm up by the fireplace.
Guests of the Hotel Grand Samarkand can choose from apartments or spacious rooms. Apartments are outfitted with classic Italian-style furnishings and plush king size beds. Some rooms face the inner courtyard, giving you a view of a calm space with a small pond and some greenery. You may even catch a local couple snapping a few wedding pictures in this picturesque space. Seeing a slice of local life will give you a better idea of the flavor of this fascinating city that so few have visited.
A glass covered atrium filters in ample sunshine. Wood balconies are framed with blue and white tilework. It’s hard to find many places in Samarkand that aren’t blanketed with these vibrant patterns.
Sample traditional Uzbek cuisine and European fare in the restaurants at Hotel Grand Samarkand, decorated with local rugs. Pour yourself a glass of wine from the bar. In the evenings, drinks are accompanied by live piano music.
Each of Samarkand’s monuments bear witness to its glorious past and the incredible craftmanship that went into creating these magnificent edifices. Everyday life goes on with magnetic energy around these pillars of history. Shoppers barter over piles of firm watermelons, bright red peppers, and fragrant spices in the Siab Bazaar, just one of the many bustling spots to visit on a Samarkand journey.
Feel welcomed by the cheery smiles at the Hotel Grand Samarkand inviting you to learn more about the city’s rich past.Request Information