Stayed here as part of a group tour. It’s centrally located for the bazaar and main shops as well as the museum. Lovely check in area however after that it’s grim. No lift to access the upper floors. Long corridors. Room very basic and heated making it like a sauna. Uncomfortable bed. Fridge in room but so noisy I unplugged it. Bathroom ok although I had no hot water. WiFi works in reception area. Food was horrendous. Both the evening meal and breakfast were bland, flavourless dirge. All served with no service standards. I would not return.
We stayed there for eight nights because of work at the archaeological sites. Termiz is not at all a touristic city and thus you don't have a lot of choices for accommodation. During our stay a number of rooms was renovated (related with quite some noise). So I guess the rooms in general will look more modern in future. The staff is quite friendly and helpful also the restaurant is OK. Only to the coffee for breakfast I could not get used during our stay, some kind of russian Nescafe with usually too much evaporated milk. Maybe it would be worth to bring your own coffee. In walking distance you will find the local bazar, supermarkets and quite a selection of restaurants (offering all the same food though).
This hotel is not a bad place to stay. Its not incredibly cheap but its well located, and comfortable. I did face a major issue here though: bed bugs. Three days later, I'm still covered in bites. I doubt all the rooms have bed bugs, but mine certainly did. Easily visible in the mattress seams. Unfortunately, it was not handled well. After moving to a new room, I noticed that the room with the bugs had just been cleaned and was ready for the next guest! I can't guarantee they didn't change the mattress, but it sure didn't seem like it. I was also disappointed that, after moving me to a smaller room, they also tried to RAISE the price, citing low vacancy that day. The manager offered me a free beer at the bar and was kind overall, but I would have thought a refund was in order, not a price raise. Especially now, after 3 itches days!…
After reading the reviews for the hotels in Termez, I was excepting something terrible. This wasn't the case at all. The manager of the hotel Laylo was extremely kind and helpful. She herself came with a driver to pick me up from the airport. She helped me to organize a driver for archaeological site visits and also a trip to a silk factory. The restaurant connected to the hotel is very convenient. Breakfast is in the room cost, but you can also have lunch or dinner there for a very reasonable price. The rooms are spacious, bright and clean, the only complaint is that even non-smoking rooms still have the remnants of smoke smell in them. Also, a hot water kettle for coffee and tea in the rooms would have been nice!
This is an older hotel, and its appearance did not inspire confidence. But they gave me a bright, clean room and the staff were friendly, although not much English was spoken. Everything worked as it should. It's not a luxurious place, but I found it entirely acceptable for a short stay.
Overpriced but you are kind of stuck. Silk Road Hotel is the best in Termiz but small. Close to the bazaar. Need to pay in USD$ like all hotels in UZ which brings down the value. Folks not very flexible although we had a big group. Would probably come back because we don't have a choice. Better than Meridian overall.
This hotel is like a barracks, with long corridors and rooms either side. The rooms are a little shabby but everything works. Not really worth $40 dollars a night. The good news is the meals served at the hotel are very nice, especially the breakfast
A series of most unfortunate circumstances resulted in a stay here for almost a week. The hotel is located on a main road opposite a very unprepossessing park, and is maybe 15 mins walk from bazaar, shops and some restaurants. Facilities are ok. Water in bathroom is warm, aircon quiet and working. Restaurant is quite good and breakfast is ok. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Wifi is accessible only in the hotel lobby as seems to be standard in the more basic Uzbekistan hotels. Termez is not a place that I would recommend to visit.
This property is close to the museum and is in the town centre . The rooms are acceptable although a bedside lamp that didn't immediately smell of burning plastic would have been nice. The attached restaurant did a good breakfast and the waitress there who spoke English was charming. It is a reasonable budget hotel.
If you've got as far as Termiz, your main preoccupation is not finding a 5-star hotel, in all honesty, but I might as well review it anyway, just because I can.;-) It's not as if there's a vast amount of choice this close to the Afghan border, really. The Asson is a bit on the dark and dubious side and never have I seen such a failure in attempting to lay carpet straight down a corridor, but nevertheless, my stay there was pleasant. Despite being a woman travelling alone, I felt safe and the staff (Russian-speaking ladies of a certain age) were kind and friendly, if a tad officious. But if you can't be officious when you run a hotel, when can you, really? And given that they've spent the last X many years with a clientele consisting in large part of soldiers, they've done well to stay in charge, I should think. The bed was firm (as usual in this part of the world) but not impossibly so; the hot and cold water was copious and the aircon worked properly. Breakfast was acceptable albeit the ballroom décor a tad amusing -- large picture of a scantily clad woman smoking a shisha pipe, anyone? The place claims a swimming pool, but it's really a large concrete basin, about the size of a one-car garage and with all the charm of one. I gave it a miss even though it was 40 degrees out. There is an indoor one too apparently but it was being cleaned when I was there. The best bit about the Asson is that it's next door to the small but very worthwhile museum which, if you are in that part of the world for the archaeology and history (and not for smuggling or warfare), you really should see. So that's handy. There is no possible earthly justification for giving this place more than 3 stars, but one has to give it that, just for soldiering on. Anywhere else it would be 2 stars maximum but -- it's in Termiz for heaven's sake. Just be glad you're there.…