Osh Guesthouse

Hostel

Address

Masalieva 8/48 OshSee nearby area

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Lonely Planet review

Osh's unlikely traveller hub can't be recommended for its claustrophobically cramped accommodation but helpful, English-speaking travel fixer-owners use their big whiteboard to match fellow travellers seeking to share rides to Mughab (US$255 per car), Irkestam Pass (US$158) or Bishkek via Arslanbob (US$180 in two days). Tajikistan GBAO permits can also be arranged. The guesthouse is ludicrously hard to find. Walk north from Imam Buhari Mosque, take the kiosk-lined alley left between 10 and 14 Masaliev, turn swiftly right at the rubbish bin area then left after the second building. The guesthouse is unmarked at the top of the third dodgy-looking stairwell.

Occupants of two 4-bed dorms, a twin and anyone squashed in on the floors gets to share a single tiny shower-toilet. In summer, the guesthouse uses other nearby apartments to handle overflow guests. Wifi 100som per day. The only real selling point is that English-speaking owner, Daniyar Abdurahmanov can help solve transport issues.

The guesthouse is ludicrously hard to find. Walk north from Imam Buhari Mosque, take the kiosk-lined alley left between 10 and 14 Masaliev, turn swiftly right at the rubbish bin area then left after the second building. The guesthouse is unmarked at the top of the third dodgy-looking stairwell.

Our independent authors have visited Osh Guesthouse and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Osh.

Services & facilities

  • Wi-Fi/internet access
    • internet
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