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Number of rooms: 57
35 Standard Rooms
11 Suite Rooms
11 Executive Suites

“Asia Fergana” is a modern hotel located in the heart of Fergana.
Guest can enjoy open swimming pool during hot summer days, sauna, and massage. Local and European meals are served at open air and indoor restaurant. In the restaurant our guests have an opportunity to taste delicious meals of European and Asian cuisines. Our restaurant works round the clock. Every day breakfast is served from 7 -10 a.m. in the morning and dinner from 7 – 10 p.m. in the evening. Laundry and ironing are available every day from 8 a.m. till 6 p.m. Check out time is 12.00 There are 4 single rooms and 21 double rooms in the hotel.

Check-in time: 14.00
Check-out time: 12.00
Distance to/from airport:9 km.
Distance to/from city centre:5 km.

– Bathroom with bathtub & shower
– Telephone
– Satellite-TV
– Hairdryer
– Windows that may be opened
– Writing desk
– Minibar – stocked
– Air-conditioning
– Restaurant
– Open-air catering
– Conference Room
– Internet access
– Hotel safe
– Outdoor swimming pool
– Outside Parking
– Sauna/Massage
– Laundry service
– Luggage service
– 24 Hour room service



 Type of room Our Rate
Standard Single Room $66
Standard Double Room $92
Duplex Single Room $150
Duplex Double Room $190

Check-in time

02:00 PM

Check-out time

12:00 AM


  • Air conditioning
  • Breakfast
  • Cable TV
  • Free wireless Internet connection
  • Hair-dryer
  • Laundry service
  • Minibar
  • Parking Area
  • Safe-deposit
  • Telephone

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Tree-lined avenues and pastel-plastered tsarist buildings give Fergana the feel of a mini-Tashkent. Throw in the best services and accommodation in the region, plus a central location, and you have the most obvious base from which to explore the rest of the valley.

Fergana is the valley’s least ancient and least Uzbek city. It began in 1877 as Novy Margelan (New Margilon), a colonial annexe to nearby Margilon. It became Fergana in the 1920s. It’s a nice enough place to hang out, and somewhat cosmopolitan with its relatively high proportion of Russian and Korean inhabitants.

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