Hotel Emir is located in the labyrinth of streets in the ancient Jewish quarter of Bukhara, not far from the Lyabi House square and the Nodir-Divan-Begi madrasah. The two-story house hosting the hotel was built at the beginning of the twentieth century and belonged to a wealthy Bukhara merchant. Now here is a hotel offering its guests thirteen rooms of two styles: decorated with antiques and modern in design, where modern amenities are harmoniously inscribed in the old design.
The rooms are decorated in a traditional national style and equipped with air conditioning, satellite TV, a fridge and a private bathroom with a hairdryer and shower. Wireless internet is available in public areas. In the morning, breakfast is served in the dining hall, a hundred meters from the hotel there are restaurants offering Uzbek and European cuisine. For an additional fee, the hotel provides a shuttle service to and from the airport.