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Hotel Osh Nuru
Unlike most of Kyrgyzstan's big, concrete former-Soviet hotels, there are no foreigner supplements here, the receptionist speaks some English and the renovated rooms have been rebuilt to a very decent standard...
Popular with short-term business visitors, this cosy, super-clean guesthouse has a small veranda–breakfast room and garden...
Roza Park Hotel
The favoured Jalal-Abad address for visiting expats.
Silk Way Boutique Hotel
Offering a restaurant, Silk Way Boutique Hotel is located in Osh, a 7-minute walk from Central Market. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Rooms here will provide you with a TV and wardrobe. There is also an electric kettle...
Sunrise Osh is located in the centre of Osh, within a 2-minute walk of the Osh Central Mosque. Free Wi-Fi and free private parking are provided...
Guest House Vip
Located in the city centre of Osh, Guest House "VIP" features free Wi-Fi, free parking, complimentary breakfast, and a video library with Russian and English language films...
Sunrise Guest House
Located next to the Ak-Bura River in the historic centre of Osh, Sunrise Guest House offers free in-room WiFi, free private parking, and a restaurant serving a breakfast buffet, lunch, and dinner. 2 internet terminals are available free of charge...
Guest House Zhukov
Located in the city centre of Osh, a 7-minute walk from the central square, Guest House Zhukov features a 24-hour reception desk, a lush garden, and free Wi-Fi throughout the property...
5th Avenue Guest House
Located in Osh, 3 km from the city centre, 5th Avenue Guest House features an on-site canteen for breakfast, a fitness centre, free Wi-Fi throughout the property, and free private parking...
Guest House Kaghan
Guest house Kaghan is located in Toktogul, 280 km from Bishkek. It offers a garden. The property has dining area, where guests can have a breakfast or dinner. At Guest house Kaghan you will find free shuttle service and a 24-hour front desk...
Biy Ordo Guest House
'Biy Ordo” Guest House – the popular hotel complex, which is located in the entrance to the city of Osh, is a perfect place for tourists. It has its own green yard. There are all comfortable conditions such as Wi-Fi, laundry, etc...
If you don't mind the short taxi ride (or marshrutka 101 hop), Batken's best choice is the Altyn-Beshik, hidden 150m east off the main road, 2km south of the airport. It's clean, fresh and set around a yard full of covered tea-booths and apricot trees...
Signed only as 'Gostinitsa', Altyn-Ordo is one block north of the bus station facing the park. Cheaper rooms are within the small, Soviet-era two-storey structure which is slightly bedraggled but better than many of the type...
New Biy Ordo is worth the 10-minute marshrutka ride (122 from Kelechek Bazaar) for the three great-value dorms. The six-bed bunk-room has lockers and all rooms come with new AC and ensuite bathrooms...
Relatively new house with super valley views from the topchan (dining pavilion). It's down a small dead-end lane to the right of the road leading from the bazaar towards the Twin Waterfall. The turn is about 150m after that road swings north.
The best digs in town are the 15 or so CBT-affiliated homestays scattered around the village. These aren’t always easy to find or centrally located, so call into the office to check out your options...
Pleasant, functional newish hotel facing Kerechek Bazaar. The three cheaper rooms share two toilets and a shower.
The cheapest rooms on the tatty fourth floor are depressingly decrepit. Those on the third floor are simple but altogether more acceptable, though the ones with ensuite bathrooms are already starting to look unsightly...
When new a few years ago, the Kainar must have been relatively luxurious...
Facing the central square, this pale turquoise Soviet-survivor has a relatively neat new foyer and a kymys yurt with tea-beds out front (in summer)...
Central, Chinese-run hotel with glass elevator, bland corridors and under-powered AC but the freshly painted rooms come with toiletries and water dispenser. Some have fridge and damp-spots on carpets.
On the upper floor of a house that seems simultaneously both half-built and half-crumbling, there are just three rooms. Each has a basic bathroom, and although one is tiny, it's still relatively good value. Close to the Suleiman Too entrance.
Hotel Tyaan Shan
The Tyaan Shan uses abundant gilt paint and glossy green taffeta trying a bit too hard to look classy but it is, nonetheless, one of the best hotels in town and handily central at the western edge of the bazaar.