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Minzifa

Minzifa, Bukhara, Uzbekistan

Our rating: Medium

This beautiful boutique hotel, situated to the south of the Lyabi Hauz pond is a restored, former merchant's home. The rooms are en suite and have satellite television, and the hotel has a small restaurant and an ayvan - Uzbek colonnaded terrace. As with much of the old Jewish Quarter some of Bukhara's best houses were here and many are now opening their doors to visitors.

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