The design of this hotel, that specializes in body cleansing, was inspired by Zoroastrianism — one of the oldest religions in the world. At the heart of this teaching is faith in the sanctity of natural elements and living nature. There is no gym in the hotel, but there is a meditation studio on the ground floor.
The lobby also features a collaboration and teamwork area for round tables with up to 10 participants.
The key specialization of the hotel is body cleansing and detoxification. The leading medical specialists include gastroenterologist, nutritionist, endocrinologist, cardiologist. Guests may also benefit from aesthetic and cosmetic services, massage, mud therapy, healing shower, infrared sauna, pressure therapy, and hydrocolonotherapy.
The offered wellness programs are designed for 3 or more days of stay.
This site which occupies 17 hectares accurately recreates the spirit of the ancient city backed up by the history and traditions of Uzbek lands and Uzbek people for the guests of Silk Road Samarkand. Visitors to the Eternal City can taste national dishes from different eras and regions of the country and also see authentic street performances.
The resort’s guest may benefit from boat rental service to have a river cruise along the Rowing Canal or the Eternal City Canal.
The Silk Road Samarkand resort features Samarkand Arboretum, the largest one in Central Asia. Its area is 120+ hectares. For example, the botanical garden in Tashkent is 65 hectares while famous Sochi Arboretum occupies only 46.4 hectares.
Various restaurants located at the resort serve Uzbek and international culinary delights.
The Silk Road Samarkand resort includes two SPA centres offering facial and body wellness treatments using state-of-the-art European cosmetic brands: Valmont and Thalgo. Guests will be treated by experienced professionals from Bali. There are sauna, hammam, ice fountain, and relaxation area in the changing rooms.