This stunning, modern destination in the center of the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek proudly holds the title of the only five-star hotel in the country. Within 35 minutes’ drive from the airport, this luxury hotel is surrounded by all of Bishkek’s sights of interest and history including The Museum of Fine Arts, Dubovy Park and the State Opera. What’s more, within the hotel, the facilities are first class. A range of 178 stylish rooms and suites are fitted with the latest amenities and guests can enjoy 24-hour concierge service for any and all their needs. Food lovers will be delighted by the range of cuisines, from authentic Mediterranean meals to laid-back barbecues by the pool. Meanwhile, the chic lobby bar and Opera Lounge are perfect spots for pre-dinner drinks or a romantic night cap. The comprehensive range of facilities on offer in the health club includes an outdoor pool, a spa with treatment rooms and a well-equipped gym so that guests can enjoy relaxation and reinvigoration during their stay.
Location: This hotel is ideally situated in the center of Bishkek yet within a short driving distance from the international airport.
Services: The only five-star hotel in the country, the Hyatt Regency prides itself on world-class service, catering to guests’ every need, around the clock.
History: Since its opening, the Hyatt Regency has enjoyed a history of acclaim for its excellent quality including being twice named Kyrgyzstan's Best Hotel in the World Travel Awards.
From standard to suite, the accommodation options in the Hyatt Regency all offer comfort and convenience to ensure a restful stay in the beautiful city of Bishkek. Tastefully decorated, all rooms are equipped with the features befitting of a five-star hotel.
These generous rooms sprawl over more than 500 square feet and are flooded with natural light from the large picture windows affording views of the Alatoo mountains or the city’s opera house. The king-size beds are decked with Egyptian cotton and goose-down duvets and the workstations feature ergonomic designs, ensuring consistent relaxation.
Guests can relax in these well-appointed rooms boasting 300 square feet of space. Pool or garden views, separate seating and work areas, an en-suite bathroom with marble tub and a comfortable queen-sized bed with high quality linens ensure a restful stay.
Hyatt Regency suites are spread over more than 1000 square meters and benefit from sweeping views of the city and the mountains beyond. The master bedroom boasts a sumptuous king bed while the adjoining living area features a dining table, seating area, workstation and kitchenette.
Whether it’s rest and relaxation or fitness and action, the Hyatt Regency Bishkek has facilities to suit the needs of all guests. Guests can take a dip in the pool or pay a visit to Club Olympus and the fully-equipped fitness center.
The extensive range of treatments, from holistic massages to relaxing facials, will ensure that everyone looks and feels their best. What’s more, the Health Club boasts a steam room, saunas and a whirlpool for ultimate pampering.
Active guests wishing to keep up with their workout regimes will be delighted with the comprehensive range of cardio and stability machines, not to mention free weights available in the fitness center.
Guests of all ages can enjoy a refreshing swim in the hotel’s outdoor pool. During the warm months from May to October, it’s the perfect place to cool down after a day of sightseeing or for an invigorating workout before hitting the spa.
Guests can enjoy the best of both worlds with indoor and alfresco dining at the Hyatt Regency Bishkek’s choice of eateries and bars. Whether it’s delicious Mediterranean cuisine, poolside snacks or elegant cocktails, there’s something for everyone.
Perfect for afternoon tea or a few cocktails before a night on the town, the Hyatt Regency Bishkek’s elegant lobby bar is buzzing from the early evening. Guests who would rather spend the evening close to home will enjoy a night packed with entertainment from the resident live band.
In the warm summer months between May and October, guests can lounge on the poolside terrace, soaking up the sun and ordering from a delectable menu of mouthwatering snacks and barbecue items, surrounded by the lush hotel gardens.
Diners can enjoy Mediterranean dishes prepared with authentic ingredients in this warm, inviting restaurant. Breakfast and lunch are served as the light floods in from the conservatory and exciting dinners enjoy a backdrop of the open kitchen and wood burning oven.
Named for its peerless views of the Bishkek State Opera through floor-to-ceiling windows, this chic lounge bar is the place to be seen. Guests can enjoy a light meal, or a range of snacks accompanied by classic cocktails.
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