InterContinental® Tashkent



Greetings from Anis Abdullaev

Welcome to Uzbekistan, a country filled with a rich cultural heritage and a vibrant modern scene.

Whether you are visiting for business or for pleasure, you will find that the hospitality of the Uzbek citizens is second to none. When it comes to making the most of your time here, there is no better way, then with the help of our Concierge service.

Being originally from Uzbekistan I am extremely passionate about being the first Head Concierge here in my home country and contributing towards the development of the Concierge service within the Hospitality industry.

With my wide range on the local knowledge, our concierge service can offer you an outstanding personalized assistance, from arranging transportation and booking accommodations to recommending restaurants, organizing tours, and even helping you navigate local customs and language. With our insider knowledge of the best places to go and explore, a concierge can help you create a truly unforgettable experience in Uzbekistan.

So, whether you are a first-time visitor or a seasoned traveler, consider enlisting the services of a concierge during your stay in Tashkent. We would be delighted to help you make the most out of your time here and ensure that your trip is both enjoyable and stress-free.

Me and my team are here awaiting to assist you.

Kind regards,
Anis Abdullaev
Chief Concierge


For centuries, Uzbekistan was known as a desirable stop along the Great Silk Road for its stunning architecture, delicious cuisine, and warm-hearted people.​ During that period of time, alongside Samarkand and Bukhara, Tashkent rises to become a trade and craft center, with the best craftsmen moving to the city, whose legacy can still be seen today.

Nowadays, the city boasts a number of historical and cultural monuments, which neighbor with beautiful modern architecture. The city of inviting people and sunshine welcome guests throughout all seasons.

Take a deep dive into the local lifestyle, enjoy Uzbek traditional food and explore the city by visiting Tashkent’s list of must-visits, carefully curated by our Concierge to make an everlasting impression of your visit.

Amir Temur Square
10 minutes walk from InterContinental Tashkent
The square, which is named after the famous commander, was built at the end of the 19th century, and nowadays represents the center of the city. The motto of Amir Temur “The Power is in Justice” is inscribed on the monument in four languages.
Amir Temur Museum
10 minutes walk from InterContinental Tashkent
Opened in 1996, on the 660th birthday of Amir Temur, the museum present jewellery, weaponry, military attire, manuscripts, personal belongings of Amir Temur, astronomical instruments of Ulugbek and many other cultural treasures dating back to the Timurids era.
State Museum of the History of Uzbekistan
5 minutes drive from InterContinental Tashkent
One of the first museums in Central Asia, the museum has been welcoming guests since 1876. Spread across three floors, the museum features more than 250,000 artifacts, dating from the Stone Age up to modern times.
Minor Mosque
10 minutes drive from InterContinental Tashkent
Located on the bank of the Anhor river, the Minor Mosque is one of the newest additions to the landscape of Tashkent. The sky-blue dome, white marble exterior, the spacious and thougthful interior amaze the visitors showing the modern approach to religious architecture in Uzbekistan.
Alay Bazaar
5 minutes walk from InterContinental Tashkent
Alay Bazaar is one of the most famous markets in Tashkent known for it’s appetizing assortment of delicious fruits, vegetables and local treats. The visit itself is an amazing experience -being a popular touristic Bazaar, the friendly local sellers happily invite foreign guests to their stalls to try their products.
Chorsu Bazaar
10 minutes drive from InterContinental Tashkent
In the Chorsu Bazaar, you can find all the best Uzbekistan has to offer: ceramics, national robes, oriental sweets, spices, fruits, handmade souvenirs, books, gifts, scarves from national fabrics and much more. This is the perfect place to go souvenir shopping before flying home.
Tashkent Chimes
10 minutes walk from InterContinental Tashkent
Tashkent chimes are 2 twin towers, which are located in the very center of the city of Tashkent, not far from the Amir Temur square and they are one of the main symbols of the city.
Tashkent TV Tower
10 minutes drive from InterContinental Tashkent
Ascend to the highest point in the city at Tashkent Tower, which at 375 meters is one of the tallest TV towers in the world. Built in the 1980s, the tower remains the tallest manmade structure in Central Asia and serves as a city compass, visible from many angles by day and beautifully lit up at night.
insider tips

Enjoy you stay in Tashkent to the fullest with this shortlist of insider tips.


From June till September, the temperatures in Tashkent soar up to 45 °C. In this hot, dry weather, we suggest you to bring loose-fitting, light colored clothing from breathable fabrics such as cotton and linen. If you are planning daytime outdoor activities, wearing a headcover and using a sunscreen cream with 50 SPF is strongly recommended.


Navigate the city easily using one the taxi apps, which are also available in English language. The taxi rates are very affordable in the city ranging from 10’000 to 35’000 UZS on average (from 1 to 3 USD). You can also order taxis from a more high-end carrier, with English-speaking drivers and premium cars. Our team members will be happy to assist you to download the suitable app for you and explain how to operate it.


During your stay in Tashkent, make sure to try the subway – you will be surprised to see that each station has unique interiors relevant to a significant event or location. Our favorites are the “Kosmonavtlar” station in stellar design with tributes to astronauts, “Alisher Navoi” with an interior resembling the interiors of a 15th century mosque and the “G’afur G’ulom” with striking turquoise columns made from ceramics.

InterContinental Tashkent,
2 Shakhrisabz Street,
100000, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Reservations: tashkent@ihg.com

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