Stayed 2 nights with a small group on a tour of the 5 Stans. The hotel is convenient to restaurants, shopping and historical sites. Room was comfortable and clean. Breakfast buffet good with a wide variety of foods. Breakfast can be taken to the courtyard which is nicer than the dining room. If you want to have a drink, e.g., beer or wine, buy from outside and drink in the courtyard--hotel does not sell.
It appears that the hotel is run by the owner's family. They could not be more helpful. Some of them, though, do not speak English well or at all.
The bedroom is large and has a bed created by two single mattresses pushed together plus a second single bed. The mattresses are very comfortable. Three people could easily sleep in the room.
Same day laundry service is available at a reasonable price. The WiFi works well and is free.
The hotel is in the central tourist area.
The bathroom is somewhat small, with a tub-shower combination.
The TV gets many channels, but only three news channels in English: Al Jazeera, a German channel, and an Israeli channel. No BBC or CNN.
The view from our room was of a wall 8 feet across an alley.
Breakfast was OK but not luxurious--no fresh fruit, etc. . They did have coffee that was not instant. A young man family member bustled around making sure we had all that we wanted, even pouring milk and juice for us.
We stayed for 2 nights, we had booked a different hotel but because they were overbooked they sent us here, and we were glad as the hotel is very nice, brand new, in a great location, 100 meters from Lyab-i-Hauz square!
The room was very comfy with nice and soft mattress and the breakfast was the best we had in Uzbekistan, great variety!
Wifi was also included and quite good, they also have a nice TV with many international channels.
The staff doesn't speak much english but we were able to communicate.
Overall a great new place in central Bukhara!