Minzifa Hotel, Bukhara
Our rating: Superior | Property style: Boutique Hotel
The Minzifa is a small, stylish guesthouse located in the old town. Built in traditional Uzbek style around a central courtyard, this friendly charming hotel features the most refined Bukharan. When entering the hotel, one notices the ancient wooden gates adorned by openwork carving. Throughout the building you’ll see the old decorative method of ganch carving by famous craftsmen dynasties of Uzbekistan. All twelve rooms are individually decorated and have modern private bathrooms and air-conditioning. The hotel offers personal service, and a delicious breakfast is served each morning. A recommended choice when staying in Bukhara.
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