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Savitsky Plaza

Savitsky Plaza Hotel was named after Igor Savitsky, Honored Art Worker of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic and collector of avant-garde art. Besides painting, he was studying the life history of the Kara-Kalpaks and collecting contemporary artworks. His collection formed the basis for the art museum he founded in Nukus.

The interior design of the Savitsky Plaza hotel reveals contemporary artworks and references to the legacy of Igor Savitsky.

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Hotel's facade
Hotel's facade
Standard room
Standard room
Standard room
Suite
Suite
Suite
Suite
The Khmelnov Beer Restaurant
Guest corridor
Hotel's facade
Hotel's facade
Standard room
Standard room
Standard room
Suite
Suite
Suite
Suite
The Khmelnov Beer Restaurant
Guest corridor
175

rooms

27

suites

1

restaurant

2

bars

2

conference rooms

1

shop

1

gym

Rooms

Standard room with a balcony and canal view

From 135.43$

Standard room with a terrace and canal view

From 186.35$

Junior Suite

From 339.10$

Suite

From 440.93$

Restaurants

The Khmelnov restaurant with its own brewery and the cozy coffee shop with a rich selection of desserts.

Events

The hotel's meeting rooms are suitable for both private and business events.

Location

Savitsky Plaza

Savitsky Plaza Hotel was named after Igor Savitsky, Honored Art Worker of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic and collector of avant-garde art. The interior design of the Savitsky Plaza hotel reveals contemporary artworks and references to the legacy of Igor Savitsky.

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The Eternal City
The Eternal City

This site which occupies 17 hectares accurately recreates the spirit of the ancient city backed up by the history and traditions of Uzbek lands and Uzbek people for the guests of Silk Road Samarkand. Visitors to the Eternal City can taste national dishes from different eras and regions of the country and also see authentic street performances.

Boat rental
Boat rental

The resort’s guest may benefit from boat rental service to have a river cruise along the Rowing Canal or the Eternal City Canal.

Resort parks and gardens
Resort parks and gardens

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Gastronomy
Gastronomy

Various restaurants located at the resort serve Uzbek and international culinary delights.

SPA&Wellness
SPA&Wellness

The Silk Road Samarkand resort includes two SPA centres offering facial and body wellness treatments using state-of-the-art European cosmetic brands: Valmont and Thalgo. Guests will be treated by experienced professionals from Bali. There are sauna, hammam, ice fountain, and relaxation area in the changing rooms.

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