During my time in Tashkent (Things To Do) I could not help but notice the majestic white, new building coming up downtown.
With 300 guestrooms, including 52 suites, Hyatt Regency Tashkent offers bright, spacious accommodations with floor-to-ceiling windows that are elegantly decorated with contemporary furniture and locally inspired artwork. Each guestroom has a generous workspace with an ergonomic chair and charging station; bathrooms feature a soothing walk-in rain shower with separate bathtub. Regency Club rooms and suites include access to the Regency Club lounge on the sixth floor, serving complimentary continental breakfast, as well as evening cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.
During the private tour I had the impression that this will be an awesome addition to the Central Asia portfolio that Hyatt has built with the Hyatt Bishkek (Review), Hyatt Dushanbe (Review) and the Hyatt in Baku. There are plans for a Hyatt in Almaty as well.
The Hyatt Tashkent has filed rates of $310 for most days with prepaid rates running at $248. That is expensive – but likely worth it!