Mirzo Boutique Hotel, Tashkent
Mirzo Boutique Hotel
No frills, basic accommodation, but often in the most exciting of places
Our rating: Superior | Property style: Boutique Hotel
The Mirzo Boutique Hotel, located in an old Islamic building in the Old Town, is a five-minute walk from the Khast Imam Complex and Chorsu Bazaar making independent exploration and multiple visits around the area nice and easy. The small, boutique hotel offers 13, soundproof rooms with mod cons such as a flat panel LCD TV and Wi-Fi, as well as standard hotel amenities. Rooms are smaller than in the larger hotels outside the old town but offer a cosy stay with simple, modern furniture and light-coloured decor. Bathrooms too are simple with modern facilities and walk-in showers. A traditional Uzbek breakfast can be served in the open courtyard in the summer or within the traditional architecture of the dining hall.
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