The Silk Road is historically a corner-stone of world trade.
Uzbekistan encompasses the most important cities on this ancient route and moreover hosts the biggest population in Central Asia, presenting visitors with an inspiring vision of the East with its culture, architecture and remarkable tastes intermingled with the heritage of the old Soviet Union. The capital Tashkent stands out with the finest examples of this cultural diversity and refined Soviet architecture.
Tashkent embraces all the shades of green and it is the city most influenced by Soviet culture in Uzbekistan. Noteworthy for its Japanese gardens, verdant green parks and tree-lined roads, the Uzbek capital is the ideal city for long and leisurely walks. The crisp lines of Soviet architecture in the buildings and the subways blend in a distinct way with the eastern culture of the city. The inhabitants of Tashkent, with their genuine character and open minds, are much like the solid buildings and wide avenues of the city.
The WYNDHAM Tashkent Hotel reflects this unique blend of Soviet architecture and Central-Asian Islamic culture, in a refined 8-storey hotel at the intersection between the main avenues of Amir Temur and Navoi – a very central location that is only 8 kilometers from the airport and 4 kilometers from the train station.
• Early check-in • Express check –out • Late check-out • Dry cleaning • Laundry • Safety deposit box at reception • Hairdresser • Barber • Message service • Wake-up service • Luggage storage room • Doctor • Baby-sitting • Outdoor parking • Currency exchange • Business center • Security camera system • Shoe-shine • Travel agency • Shops • Outside catering • Turndown service • Indoor - Outdoor swimming pools • Coffee - Tea set up in each room
A specially designed room is available to cater to all the needs of guests with disabilities.
Our non-smoking guests enjoy a selection of 69 smoke-free rooms include Senior suites, Deluxe rooms and Standard rooms.