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Court yard
Rooms art designed furniture hand made in solid wood
Dinning room
Handmade silk and cotton textile covers and curtains
Single room
 

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Hotel "Amulet Madrasah"

Accommodation per night in USD:

Type of rooms
Single
DSU
Double
Triple (2 rooms)
Price
50
60
70
90
breakfast included
 
Additional service:
 
Pick up at the Bukhara airport and transfert to the hotel

Step back in time

Hotel Amulet located in the old city of Bukhara, just next to the ancient Lyabi Khauz ensemble (16-17 cc.).

It was built in the early 19th century by a famous merchant, Said Kamol as a madrasah where students lived and studied everything from philosophy to religion.

Today it remains a national monument that has been reconstructed to allow others the chance to experience the traditional life of years ago.

During the reconstruction (completed in May, 2005), which was careful done to maintain the original splendor and features, many ancient artifacts were unveiled and are shared with hotel guests as they drift into the past and explore every nook and cranny of the hotel.

Experience the sunlit views in the hotel courtyard and enjoy the nighttime gala of the evening sky, just as it was seen thousands of years ago. Awake well rested to the sounds of nature as birds take flight.

So step back in time without leaving the comforts of home behind and experience Bukhara.

Room facilities:
  • bath room with the shower
  • air conditioning
  • satellite TV
Hotel facilities:
  • internet access
  • international dial
  • fax
  • laundry + ironing
  • fridge
  • kitchen
  • safety deposit box
  • minibar
  • wake up service
  • welcome tea
  • lunch / dinner
  • vegetarian
  • tapchan
  • lounge
  • court yard
  • visa support
  • air & rail ticketing
  • car + driver
  • special tours (Sufi Tour, Camel Saffari)
  • guided tours


Our guests Tourists
Irons
First floor landing.
Sewing-machine Yard Swastika 19 century