Guests are welcomed in the spacious lobby area.
The hotel is a striking glass-fronted building.
Superior Room - Our Tashkent accommodation has 100 superior rooms; each with a comfortable 21 m2 of living space featuring direct-dial telephone, mini-bar, electronic safety deposit box, electronic door-lock system, room service, free of charge cable and wireless internet, TV, satellite TV, Pay TV, air conditioning and central heating, hair dryer, bathrobe and slippers, shower and skin care products set, make-up mirror, smoke-fire detector and kettle. CD and DVD players are also available upon request.Deluxe Room - Hotel Dedeman Silk Road Tashkent, Uzbekistan has 98 deluxe rooms with a spacious 33 m2 of living space each. These rooms are equipped with a tea-coffee maker in addition to all the superior room amenities.Junior Suite - Guests preferring one of the two Junior Suites can relax in a lavish 42 m2 room and enjoy their complimentary fresh-fruit basket.Deluxe Suite - Our Uzbekistan hotel's 5 Deluxe Suites all have an imposing living area of 64 m2 elegantly designed as two rooms - a living-room and a bed-room each with its own bathroom, toilet and television. Presidential Suite - Experience regal hospitality in Tashkent in our Presidential Suite. The 100 m2 of living space fit for a monarch includes a fabulous Jacuzzi, a private kitchen and an opulent living room perfect for feeling grand after returning from busy meetings or outings in the vibrant city. It provides the ultimate luxury in Uzbekistan hotels.
Comfortably hosting up to 140 guests, the Turkuaz Restaurant serves breakfast between 07.00-10.00. Feast your eyes and your palate on bakery goods, diet foods, salads, fresh produce, a rich bread selection, hot dishes, coffee-tea and fruit juice along with other culinary treats inspired by different breakfast cultures. In addition, in the Turkuaz Restaurant also an early-breakfast stand open between 01.00-06.00 for guests who are early checking in/out
Hotel Dedeman Silk Road Tashkent is centrally located on the Silk Road in Tashkent, capital city of Uzbekistan. The Silk Road is historically a corner-stone of global trade. Tashkent embraces all the shades of green and it is the city most influenced by Soviet culture in Uzbekistan. Noteworthy for its Japanese gardens, verdant green parks and tree-lined roads, the Uzbek capital is the ideal city for long and leisurely walks. The crisp lines of Soviet architecture in the buildings and the subways blend in a distinct way with the eastern culture of the city. The hotel reflects this unique blend of Soviet architecture and Central-Asian Islamic culture, in a refined 8-storey hotel at the intersection between the main avenues of Amir Temur and Navoi ? a very central location that is only 8 kilometers from the airport and 4 kilometers from the train station.