Good location, 10 minute walk to metro. * 5 min drive to the city center - Amir Temur square * 10 minutes walking from the local bazaar Buz-Bazar, near the bazaar there are shops, cafes, a bank, a pharmacy and much more. Large trees are planted everywhere, and the recently renovated alley (2 km long) allows to walk comfortably even in hot weather. * Fastest Internet - WiFi * fully furnished kitchen
“The apartment is extremely clean and has all you need even for a medium term stay (I was there for 14 days). Everything worked perfectly (AC, hot water, washing machine,...) and there was a small guide with useful information about the surroundings. The apartment is well isolated both temperature and noise wise (there is a tennis club nearby but you can't hear anything with windows closed). The neighboorhood is really calm and there is a couple super small shops 50 meters away and bigger supermarkets, a food court and shops to buy sim cards and other stuff on a walking distance. I felt like home.”
* New building (Новостройка). * 15 min walk to metro (Buyuk Ipak Yo`li). * 5 min drive to the city center - Amir Temur square * 10 minutes walking from the local bazaar Parkentskiy, near the bazaar there are shops, cafes, a bank, a pharmacy and etc.
It is 1 bedroom apartment with living room fully furnished located in Tashkent city downstairs available supermarkets and all the transportation 24/7 which makes access for everywhere in tashkent.
“Baha's apartment is very nice, cozy, furnished in Uzbek style and new renovated. Far from the noise of city traffic, it is about 10 minutes by taxi from the Buyuk Ipak Yuli metro station. In addition, several buses pass by on the nearby main road. Communication with Baha was excellent, both before and after check-in. He worried about us, always asking us how things were going and if there were any problems. The brother welcomed us in the apartment, providing us with some general information. They are really nice people and personally I really enjoyed the experience in his accommodation, because I got to live in a real Uzbek apartment. I recommend it to everybody.”