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    What stars mean in Uzbekistan

    A visitor coming to Uzbekistan should know several basic things about the hotel industry in the country which will help pick the right hotel and pay the right rate. The first such thing would be the star rating the Uzbek hotels use. Though each hotel boasts a certain rating, 2, 3 or 5 stars, one should remember that for most of them a coming guest can expect that the level and quality of service may vary significantly within same rating category.

    The reason for that is the lack of a government authority or private association which would deal with assigning the rating. The hotel owners, therefore, often do so by themselves, based on their own knowledge and experience. Such an approach may cause a situation where hotels with same star rating offer different quality and quantity of services and different rates.

    Hotels with international management or belonging to a certain world hotel chain, such as, for example, Tashkent Intercontinental Hotel, definitely stick to internationally accepted rules to determine the actual rating for their properties. Others, often run by local private owners, announce their rating based just on their good sense and reason, though some general rules and requirements are still kept in mind.