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Transport from airport was organized by the hotel and included. Takes only 20 minutes from/to airport. Good location for airport transfer and sightseeing. Friendly welcome and fast check-in. Nice suites. Spacious and fully equipped. Enough power sockets for all your gadgets. Very clean. Warm water...More
The studio suites is a small two-storey apartment building just around the corner from the Tashkonak hotel. We booked a spacious family room on the second floor as we were traveling with two children. The room was wonderful and met all our needs. It had...More
A terrific value for the price, the Tashkonak Studio Suites are centrally located. My king suite was spacious and everything I needed for a business trip/holiday. Great internet access. Staff did not provide recommendations for restaurants, which was disappointing as there are too many to...More
We booked 2 nights at Tashkonak Suites between 2-4 July. We arrived at 6 AM and at 9 they gave us the 2 rooms we've booked. We knew that we will have the two standard rooms on the ground (it has the window/s very up),...More
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The room we had was very spacious with a coffee table, a two seater and two chairs and also a writing desk, microwave and fridge. Tea and coffee making facitilies. Good buffet breakfast served at the main hotel which you have to walk around the...More
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