Hilton Tashkent City opens for reservations

A room at the Hilton Tashkent City. Image from Hilton.com

The new Hilton Tashkent City hotel, located within the “Tashkent City” international business park, will begin welcoming guests from February next year, the hotel announced on its official site.

Room reservations can be made on the hotel’s website already today. Prices for a standard room range from $250-270 a night. Executive rooms cost $300-315, a corner room $438-470 and a presidential suite from $2310-2480.

The hotel will house three restaurants, a lobby bar, a swimming pool, a gym and several shops. The 21-storey building has 258 guest rooms, including eight presidential suites.

Hilton Tashkent City becomes the second member of the Hilton chain in Central Asia, after the hotel in Dushanbe.

“Tashkent City” is the flagship project of Uzbekistan’s current construction boom. Responsible for overseeing the project is the city’s hokim (mayor), businessman Jahongir Artikhojayev.

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