A new luxury hotel opens in Tashkent


IHG today announces a first signing for its leading luxury brand InterContinental Hotels & Resorts in Uzbekistan. The InterContinental Tashkent is set to open in late 2022, presenting a new modern luxury experience in the capital. This latest signing follows IHG’s recent growth announcement, which will see the addition of 50 new hotels to the global luxury and lifestyle portfolio in 2022.

Enjoying a central location, the newly built hotel will feature 216 rooms including 40 exclusive suites, two of which will be presidential suites, with stunning city views as well as expert wellness facilities and delicious dining offerings.

InterContinental Tashkent is being developed in partnership with UzTur Investment and Development as part of the brand new Trilliant Business Park development complex, which includes InterContinental Tashkent, state-of-the-art offices, premium retail space and landscaped parkland, consciously designed across three towers and a convention center.

As the cornerstone of Trilliant’s development, InterContinental Tashkent will play an important role in delivering luxury experiences in a more sustainable way, being the first example of a LEED Gold certified project in Uzbekistan. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification is a globally recognized symbol of sustainability, achievement and leadership, awarded to construction projects under development in accordance with a framework that sets criteria for efficient and sustainable businesses.

When completed, the InterContinental Tashkent will meet growing consumer demand for more conscious travel, through the provision of electric car charging stations, sustainable landscaping and thoughtful details to minimize its environmental impact. . This approach aligns with IHG’s Journey to Tomorrow, reinforcing the company’s commitment to sustainable growth.

InterContinental Tashkent brings InterContinental, the world’s first and largest luxury hotel brand, to a key new downtown location. This ultra-modern hotel will transform the skyline of Tashkent into one of the most remarkable modern buildings in the heart of the city. Stretching 94 meters above sea level, the exterior of the InterContinental Tashkent will be a glamorous example of artistic architecture, designed for the modern luxury traveler.

The hotel’s signature restaurant, Ember, is fast becoming one of the area’s most popular eateries, serving fire-grilled steaks, sushi, and shellfish. The Ember Bar will feature a landscaped garden with a whiskey library, cocktail menu and panoramic skyline views. Other dining options include No’mad, an all-day dining space specializing in Central Asian produce with an open kitchen and bar, and Chach, a lounge area with a pastry shop, serving coffee and plates. to share.

The hotel’s convention center will have over 2,500 m² of space – ideal for conferences, luxurious weddings and smaller-scale gatherings – with a ballroom, 10 meeting rooms and four VIP suites with breathtaking view of the city.

The InterContinental Tashkent will also lead the way in the city’s wellness and lifestyle offerings with a premium spa and health club located on the first floor. Facilities will include a 150m² swimming pool, treatment rooms, jacuzzi, sauna and steam room, split-level gym, large roof terrace and a pool bar serving smoothies and a menu of pasture.

In 2021, InterContinental Hotels & Resorts celebrated its Diamond Anniversary. Founded in 1946, the brand has become synonymous with modern luxury and pioneering design in unexpected places. To date, there are more than 200 InterContinental Hotels & Resorts, with each hotel celebrating daring exploration, travel and cultural discovery. After celebrating 75 years of impeccable taste and distinguished hospitality, the brand continues to expand its global footprint with inviting new openings such as the InterContinental Tashkent.

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