Welcome to Oguzkent Hotel, your Ashgabat “home away from home.” Oguzkent Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Given the close proximity to Ertugrul Gazi Mosque (1.5 mi), guests of Oguzkent Hotel can easily experience one of Ashgabat's most popular landmarks.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Oguzkent Hotel offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a concierge and room service. Guests of Oguzkent Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant.
If you’re looking for a Mediterranean restaurant, consider a visit to Sazada Kafe, Sha Coffee, or Mandarin Restaurant & Zaman Club, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Oguzkent Hotel.
If you’re looking for something to do, Wedding Palace is a nice way to spend some time.
Oguzkent Hotel puts the best of Ashgabat at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We came here after spending the previous night in a yurt at darvaza crater. Our initial entrance to the hotel was via the laundry rooms/trade entrance as all the roads were closed off for rehersals for upcoming celebrations. That having been said, the room was large, clean and comfortable as you would expect from a sofitel hotel The staff were very pleasant and we had a snack in the lounge before we went to our rooms. Good value and very tasty Would stay again if i ever returned to Ashgabat
Our tour group stayed in this hotel. The staff is very friendly and welcoming. Rooms are large and comfortable. At the time we stayed, most of the 299 rooms were not being occupied. In order to shop in the gift stores it was necessary to ask the bellman to go to their other location and have someone come open up. I asked for a map of the city. There was only one. Asking to be shown where the hotel was on the map, no one at the front desk could do it.
I had read a review of this hotel in a number of well establshed travel journals, after which I had made a mental note not to reserve a room at the Oguzkent when in Ashgabat. To my dismay I was booked into the Oguzkent for 3 nights as part of a group tour. The hotel is magnificent in its opulence. The sweeping approach to the entrance, where hordes of hotel staff swooped upon our coach to unload our bags was impressive. After a high paced tour of Central Asia it was a heavenly to step into the super luxury of the Oguzkent. The high quality suite was of a good size with a huge King Size bed, soft linen, sumptuous array of pillows, two seater sofa, large writing desk and a very big bathroom. Large white bath towels and robes, plentiful toiletries, large shower with several shower head options, large bath/spa and much more. Wi Fi was strong. Great outdoor pool The room was serviced quickly everyday and the housekeeping staff were friendly and smiling. It took an eternity to get things done, My air conditioning did not work. It took 3 trips to reception to finally get it working. Room service was slow (two reminders). When the food did arrive, it was good - delicious and nourishing. An opulent establlshment over 10 floors that is perhaps only 5% occupied at any point in time. Where the prices are high, the rooms are luxurious, if something does not work you have to go to a great deal of effort to get the problem fixed, sorely lacking in character and atmosphere (like most of Ashgabat), food is good and prices at the bar are OK,,,,,, It was above my expectations....but then again I had just returned from 3 days camping in the desert Make up your own mind…
We stayed at the Oguzkent Hotel as part of our tour. The rooms are large, luxurious, and comfortable. But some of our fellow travelers complained that some things did not work including ac, hot water, wifi, etc. These problems persisted for some over several days. The included breakfast is good, with one of the few eggs to order stations we found on our trip. But most of the food is very plain and unseasoned, and not up to the standards of a luxury hotel. The hotel is not near shops or other places for tourists. Like most places in Ashgabat, the hotel was eerily empty of people.
This hotel is very impressive from the outside and beautiful inside. It also has a great location right in the center. The rooms are big and comfortable. There's white marble everywhere, but you'd expect nothing less in Ashgabat. But the best part of our experience there was the service. Our flight was early in the morning so we had to leave the hotel at 5:30 am. The manager of the restaurant offered to open the breakfast buffet for us (10 people) at 5 am (breakfast normally starts at 6:30 am). At 5 am she was there offering us a full buffet and serving us with a smile. I didn't get her name, but she deserves many thanks for her kindness.