Porso Hotel was opened in 2012 with a design adapted to modern requirements, that is, preserving the style and atmosphere of ancient Uzbek culture. The hotel is named after an apprentice of the famous oriental thinker and Sufi Bakhoutdin Naqshbandi, Porso Hodja by name, who continued the work of the great teacher.
The hotel is located in the heart of old Bukhara, 100 meters from the Lyabi House complex with an ancient artificial reservoir, created by the order of the Khan official Nadir Divan-begi in the early 17th century. Today the complex near the reservoir is the key tourist site in Bukhara that no tourist group would miss out. In walking distance there are ancient monuments of the eastern Middle Ages, such as ancient trading domes, Kalyan minaret, and Magoki-Attori mosque.
The hotel has 12 rooms, including 8 double rooms, 2 triple rooms, and 2 single rooms. Each room is equipped with new comfortable furniture, air conditioning, mini-bar, satellite TV, wireless Internet, private bathroom with free toiletries and hairdryer. The hotel's restaurant with a summer terrace offers a large selection of Eastern and European dishes.
The hotel has a tour desk, hairdresser, luggage storage; for hotel guests traveling by car, there is a guarded parking lot. Transfer to the airport (paid separately), distance to the international airport of Bukhara is 5 km.