Anvar's Guests

0.65 miles from city center

Reviews

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8.8
Very GoodBased on 564 reviews

Excellent hotel. Fantastic service. Great location.

8.8
Very GoodBased on 564 reviews

Comfortable beds. Good management. Close to public transport. Very quiet.

Service
9.8

Fantastic service

Fantastic hosts. Friendly staff. Perfect English skills.

Breakfast
9.5

Tasty breakfast

Delicious breakfast. Big breakfast. Delightful breakfast.

8.8
Very GoodBased on 564 reviews

Excellent hotel. Fantastic service. Great location.

8.8
Very GoodBased on 564 reviews

Comfortable beds. Good management. Close to public transport. Very quiet.

Location
9.4

Great location

Quiet neighbourhood. Close to the city. The nearest metro station.

Comfort
8.5

Very comfortable

Quiet neighborhood. New mattresses. Large TV.

WiFi
8.5

Good internet service

Excellent internet access.

Room
8.0

Great room

Excellent room. Spacious rooms. Large TV.

Amenities
6.6

Ordinary amenities

Older facility. Squeaky floors. Pleasant courtyard.

Location

9.4

Great location

Quiet neighbourhood. Close to the city. The nearest metro station.

Good to know

Check in from:14:00
Check out before:12:00

Hotel description

A stay at Anvar's Guests places you in the heart of Tashkent, a 5-minute drive from Navoi Opera Theater and 6 minutes from History Museum. Featured amenities include a computer station, express check-in, and express check-out. For a surcharge, guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle (available 24 hours) and a train station pick-up service.

Rates from all sites

Total price for 1 night, 2 guests, 1 room

Amenities

Internet

Business

Health & Fitness

Services

Luggage storage

Internet

WiFi

General

WiFi, Non-smoking, Laundry, Safe deposit box, Grill, Smoking areas

Parking & Transportation

Airport Shuttle, Shuttle service, Parking

Health & Fitness

Pool

In the rooms

Balcony, Safe deposit box

Leisure

Sauna

Business

Meeting facilities

Policies

Express check-out, Express check-in, 24-hour Front Desk Service