Located 10 minutes’ walk from the 15th-century Registan Ensemble in Samarkand’s Old Town, this hotel offers a traditional restaurant and rooms with free Wi-Fi. There is also a 24-hour reception.
Set in Samarkand's historical centre, Caravan Serail Hotel provides good access to the main attractions. Bibi-Khanym Mosque is 5 minutes’ walk away, and the 11th-century Shah-i-Zinda Ensemble is 15 minutes’ walk from the hotel.
All rooms at Hotel Caravan Serail feature Oriental décor and come with a satellite flat-screen TV. Bathrooms include a hairdryer.
National cuisine is served in the on-site restaurant with traditional wall patterns. Meals can also be enjoyed on the summer terrace, while watching wall frescos in the courtyard.
Tretiya Banya bus stop is only 50 metres from Hotel Caravan Serail, providing a link to Samarkand Train Station. Samarkand Airport is 7 minutes’ drive away.
What they offer
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms
Services and conveniences
Available in all rooms
Free bottled water
TV [flat screen]
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
Please note that for foreign nationals cash and bank card payments are accepted in EUR or USD only.
Please note that hotel does not accommodate non-married Uzbek couples. All Uzbek couples must present a valid marriage certificate upon check-in.
The receptionists offer the guests free city maps and give useful advice about possible sightseeing routes. Guided excursions are provided in Russian.
Please note that if more than 5 people book the rooms in the hotel, the property provides a free city excursion. If you want to use this service, contact the administration in advance.
Extra beds are available at surcharge. Please contact the property directly for more details.
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WENG from Singapore
Stayed 2 nights in March 2017
This is the heart and soul of magical Samarkand”
This family-run guesthouse or mini hotel had been my home thrice since I made the ancient city the hub for regional travel to Shakhrisabz and Bukhara. I was always receive greetings and smiles from Rustam and his workmate (Oops! I forgot his name) whenever I appear in the lobby or dining hall. The breakfast was always wholesome and so much that I could not stomach them all at once. Looking out through the large windows from the dining hall is an absolute pleasure. Thank you to the staff of the Caravan Serail for adding sparks to the magic of the city.