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Silk Road Samarkand

Silk Road Samarkand includes 8 world-class hotels, comfortable public spaces, parks, recreation, and sports areas, concept restaurants, cafes, and bars, as well as an international congress center and cultural sites. This modern project developed by an international team of architects and engineers made it possible to harmonize different thematic areas on the unique site that is second to none in entire Central Asia.

Silk Road

Samarkand

Uzbekistan

Silk Road Samarkand is a unique multi-purpose resort that will bring together cultural, medical, and business tourism. The resort is designed to become a modern attraction not only in Samarkand but throughout the whole of Central Asia. Its name was not chosen by chance: routes of the Great Silk Road crossed the territory of modern Uzbekistan from the 2nd century BC. And ancient Samarkand was one of the key checkpoints for trade caravans.

Samarkand is one of oldest cities in the world: according to the archaeological data it was founded in the middle of the 8th century BC and served as the capital of Timurid Empire. Samarkand became the first capital of Soviet Uzbekistan in 1924. Today it is the third biggest city in Uzbekistan and fast growing touristic centre. It attracts visitors with its ancient architecture and rich history, as well as a special amicable atmosphere.

Every traveler will find an activity to their liking in Uzbekistan. The ancient architectural monuments located in various cities of this hospitable country can help you study history, and the variety of traditional dishes will impress even the most demanding connoisseurs. Lovers of beautiful sceneries can view the Western Tien Shan and Pamir-Alay mountains, the endless Kyzylkum desert and Lake Aydarkul, as well as the alien landscapes of the Ustyurt plateau.

8 hotels

14 villas, Congress center, restaurants, parks, alleys, shopping area

>3000 people

the hotels can simultaneously accomodate

Rowing Canal

is the only one in Central Asia with a length of 2.2 kilometers

260 ha

total land area

20 minutes

from the center of Samarkand – Registan Square

about 1200 rooms

with modern design and equipment

Eternal City

is a unique ethnographic park featuring an Amphitheater that rotates 360 degrees in just 60 seconds


The Silk Road Samarkand resort interactive map

Ayvon Marina
Amphitheater
Expo Center
Eternal City Marina
Amphitheater Marina
Lia! by Minyoun Stars of Ulugbek
Savitsky Plaza
Wellness Park Bactria
Hilton Garden Inn Afrosiyob
Banquet Hall Ayvon
Helipad
Hilton Samarkand Regency
The Eternal City
Silk Road by Minyoun
Musical Fountain
Villa Marina
Congress Marina
Silk Road Marina
Entrance
Exit
Plaza Marina
Minyoun Marina
Wellness Marina
Hilton Garden Inn Sogd
Wellness Park Turon
Eco Village
Sayyora fishing club
Congress Center

Ayvon Marina

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Amphitheater

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Expo Center

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Eternal City Marina

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Amphitheater Marina

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This four-star hotel managed by the Minyoun Hospitality chain is named after Mirzo Ulugbek, the ruler of Samarkand who also was a famous astronomer and mathematician. Ulugbek determined the positions of 1,018 fixed stars and calculated the duration of the sidereal year.

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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 hotel’s interior design is closely connected with the celebration of Nowruz — one of the most important components of the cultural legacy of Uzbekistan. In 2009, this holiday was inscribed on UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

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The hotel’s design was inspired by the creative and scientific works of the greatest Uzbek literary figure, artist, linguist, and statesman, Alisher Navoiy, who lived in the 15th century. He had a strong influence on the culture of Uzbekistan.

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Banquet Hall Ayvon

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Helipad

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The hotel’s concept is based not only on the rich historical heritage of this region but also on the international experience and global standards of the hospitality industry.

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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. The narrow streets here house multiple shops of artists, artisans, and craftsmen.

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The five-star Silk Road by Minyoun managed by the Minyoun Hospitality hotel chain is dedicated to the Silk Road history. The facility offers 241 rooms located in a 22-storey building.

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Musical Fountain

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Villa Marina

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Congress Marina

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Silk Road Marina

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Entrance

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Exit

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Plaza Marina

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Minyoun Marina

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Wellness Marina

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Weight loss and detox programs

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Post-Covid-19 infection rehabilitation and prevention of bronchopulmonary diseases

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Eco Village is a complex of 14 villas for private accommodation and events. The houses are completely constructed from timber. Each villa is equipped with a kitchen, living room and dining area. On the territory near the house there is a swimming pool.

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Sayyora fishing club

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The Silk Road Samarkand resort provides a spacious congress center with a total area of more than 28,000 m2. This is a building decorated in the oriental style with large panoramic windows. Its high-tech venue equipped with modern hardware is designed for hosting congresses, conferences, symposiums, exhibitions, presentations, shows, and banquets.

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Memorial complex of Imam Al-Bukhari

The grave of Abu Abdullah Muhammad ibn Ismail al-Bukhari is located in the village of Khartang, 25 kilometers from Samarkand. The large-scale project contemplates a complete reconstruction of a land plot with an area of 48k square meters. It includes a new large mosque with a capacity of 9,000 believers, as well as beautiful landscaped gardens with an area of 4,400 square meters.

The Samarkand International Airport

The airport is located in the northern part of the city at an altitude of 680 meters above sea level. It is the second busiest airport in Uzbekistan.

 

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.

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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How to get there
From the airport

From the airport

The resort boasts good transport accessibility: you can get here by car from the historical center of Samarkand in 20 minutes, from the international airport in 15 minutes, and from the local railway station in 25 minutes. The Silk Road Samarkand project also includes the construction of a road junction and a bypass bridge. You can get here by car (using parking lots) or by special shuttles that will be launched by the opening of the resort.

From the airport
From the railway station

From the railway station

The resort boasts good transport accessibility: you can get here by car from the historical center of Samarkand in 20 minutes, from the international airport in 15 minutes, and from the local railway station in 25 minutes. The Silk Road Samarkand project also includes the construction of a road junction and a bypass bridge. You can get here by car (using parking lots) or by special shuttles that will be launched by the opening of the resort.

From the railway station
From the city center

From the city center

The resort boasts good transport accessibility: you can get here by car from the historical center of Samarkand in 20 minutes, from the international airport in 15 minutes, and from the local railway station in 25 minutes. The Silk Road Samarkand project also includes the construction of a road junction and a bypass bridge. You can get here by car (using parking lots) or by special shuttles that will be launched by the opening of the resort.

From the city center