AddressBahauddin Nakshbandi Street 73 BukharaSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Housed inside the converted 1861 Said Kamol Medressa, this charming 8-room place has all the comforts you need without sacrificing an inch of its traditional flavour. Out back is a fabulous, decaying 18th-century mosque that the hotel plans to convert into a restaurant, while the traditional sandal (sitting area), complete with heated floor, makes for a cosy place to relax in the winter months. Book way ahead if you plan to stay here.
Our independent authors have visited Amulet Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Bukhara.
Description provided by property
Massages and free Wi-Fi are offered at this hotel in the Old City district of Bukhara, 300 metres from Lyabi Khauz Square. Amulet Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with traditional Uzbek design.
Woven carpet floors and wooden ceiling beams are featured in the individually furnished rooms of the Amulet Hotel Bukhara. They also have satellite TV, a refrigerator and a private bathroom.
A breakfast buffet is provided each morning in the home-style café with its traditional wooden furniture. Uzbek dishes can be served here throughout the day on advance notice.
Restaurants, nightlife and a typical Uzbek bazaar can all be found within 12 minutes' walk of the Amulet.
The hotel offers free parking and a 24-hour reception with tour desk and ticket service. A shuttle service is available to Bukhara International Airport (10 minutes) and Kagan Train Station (20 minutes).
Please note that hotel does not accommodate non-married Uzbek couples. All Uzbek couples must present a valid marriage certificate upon check-in.
Services & facilities
- Concierge service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Designated smoking area
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Ticket service
- Tour desk
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Shuttle service (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
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