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Hilton Garden Inn Sogd

The design of Hilton Garden Inn Sogd is inspired by Zoroastrianism, one of the oldest religions in the world.
It is based on the belief in the sanctity of natural elements and wildlife.

The hotel features a gym and a meditation studio on the first floor. The rooms are both comfortable and convenient, with the added option of spending time on the balcony to relish the freshness and beautiful views of the canal. The lobby provides a socializing and working space designed in a round table format accommodating up to 10 people.

Specializing in comprehensive body cleansing for a rejuvenated start and a shift to a new level of health, the hotel's medical center focuses on eliminating chronic fatigue and excess weight. The outcomes include deep cleansing, weight reduction, rejuvenation, health improvement, restored tone, vitality, and external transformation. The medical complex comprises specialists such as an endocrinologist, physiotherapist, ultrasound doctor, nutritionist, cardiologist, therapist, and cosmetologist.

The offered programs are tailored for stays lasting three days or more.

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