Hyatt Regency Tashkent
Standing next to the National Library on Navoi Street, the Hyatt Regency Tashkent is the ideal choice for guests hoping to get the most out of Uzbekistan’s bustling, cosmopolitan capital city. Nearby are a number of historic and cultural landmarks including Independence Square, Minor Mosque and Barak-Khan Madrassah. Also within close proximity are shops, restaurants and the diplomatic district. Catering to both business and leisure guests, the hotel features a range of facilities including meeting and conference rooms, a large ballroom, a fitness center and indoor pool - not to mention an onsite spa. Guestrooms and suites are all equipped with work spaces and modern technology for ultimate comfort and convenience, and guests in Club Rooms and Suites enjoy access to the Regency Club. Three distinct dining spaces offer regional and international cuisine in laid-back, elegant spaces with themed decor.
Why We Love This Hotel
History: The brand new Hyatt Regency Tashkent is exemplary of the quality for which the Hyatt name has gained its international reputation.
Location: On Navoi street, the hotel is near to numerous sites of interest in the Uzbek capital.
Service: The concierge desk and e-concierge service is on hand 24 hours a day for guests’ every need.
- Tashkent, Uzbekistan
- Hotel Type
- Location Type
- Business Center
- Fitness Center
- Indoor Pool
With an emphasis on comfort and convenience, the accommodation at Hyatt Regency is decorated in neutral tones and fitted with all modern amenities. Among the 300 guestrooms are a number of spacious suites.
With up to 440 square feet of living space, including a large en-suite bathroom with rain shower, guests can relax in comfort amid the stylish decor of the Club Room, and enjoy access to the numerous conveniences of the Regency Club on the sixth floor.
Elegantly decorated and covering 440 square feet of space, the Deluxe class guestrooms at Hyatt Regency are stylish and functional, and some feature a private terrace. Amenities include a large bathroom and writing desk.
Spread over more than 2,000 square feet, the most opulent accommodation class at Hyatt Regency Tashkent features luxurious living quarters including separate lounge, study and kitchenette. Presidential Suite guests are afforded full access to the Regency Club.
Whether visiting Tashkent for business or pleasure, guests will find everything they need thanks to the Hyatt Regency’s excellent range of facilities, from conferencing spaces to the opportunity to relax.
Swimmers will be delighted with the large, indoor pool where they can refresh and invigorate with 20-meter laps all year round.
Business and events
Whether for small meetings, conferences or large-scale events, the hotel boasts a comprehensive range of facilities and flexible event spaces. There is a huge, elegant ballroom, not to mention an outdoor terrace overlooking the lawn.
Guests looking to stay in shape can maintain their fitness levels at the well-equipped 24-hour gym. State-of-the-art StayFit cardio machines are on hand, as well as a range of free weights, to cater for all types of workout.
Guests staying in Club Rooms and Suites enjoy access to Regency Club, where a continental breakfast is served daily, as well as cocktails and hors d'oeuvres in the evening.
Arya, the hotel’s onsite spa features a number of private treatment rooms where guests can relax and unwind with a range of therapies to choose from.
Sophisticated yet laid-back dining and drinking is on the menu at Hyatt Regency Tashkent, where the restaurants and bars offer local and international cuisines, as well as aromatic teas and delicious cocktails.
Sette Pizza Bistro and Bar
With views of the city skyline, diners can relax amid rustic decor to enjoy a menu of traditional Italian fare, prepared with fresh produce. Later in the evening, the party heats up on the terrace as the DJ plays contemporary tunes and the bar serves refreshing cocktails.
Casual, all-day dining is available at stylish Chai Lounge, located in the hotel lobby. The menu features local dishes as well as a large range of teas, and the lounge is the ideal place to meet friends and enjoy a pre-dinner glass of wine.
Named for Uzbekistan’s ancient city, Khiva Cafe features beautiful ceramics and art to immerse diners in local culture as they enjoy regional and international flavors for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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