Address: 1, Porso Khodja street, Bukhara, Uzbekistan
Check-in: From 2:00 PM
Check-out: Prior to 12:00 PM
Description: Rooms — 12
Aist Hotel Bukhara is a private hotel, located in the historic center of Bukhara, in close proximity to the famous Madrasa Nadir-Dewvonbegi. The two-story building of the hotel is built in the traditional architectural style of the XIX century Bukhara. The same style is repeated in the decorative details of the interior, which creates a distinctive oriental flavor.
The remarkable fact is that instead of the hotel there used to be a madrasah built in mid-XIX century. At that time it was called Alaf-Alaf, translated as “grass, meadow”. And as late as the XX century it delivered its name Domlo-Khasan, in honor of the teacher Khasan who had built this madrasah (“Domlo” is translated from Uzbek as a teacher). The madrasah was closed in the second half of the XX century, and was beginning to fall into decay. The present owner of the Hotel Aist has restored it, and added a building with rooms to it, and also arranged rooms in former khudjrs (cells).
Nearest Sights: Lyabi House
Distance to the city centre: 1 km
Distance to the airport: 7 km
Distance to the railway station: 12 km
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|Double / Twin||70 USD|