HOTELS : Tourists are still required to stay in hotels that are licensed by Uzbektourism, and most hotels are run by them. However, a growing number of independent hotels are now being licensed. It is necessary for visitors to have a slip of paper stamped by the hotel to prove that they have stayed there. Services and facilities are not generally up to Western standards, but efforts are being made to improve them and there is a growing number of western-style hotels owned by foreign companies. Most tourist hotel rooms have a shower and WC en suite, although supplies of soap and toilet paper can be unreliable. All regional capitals have at least one Uzbektourism hotel that will accept foreigners. Many tourists will have booked tours which include accommodation, others will have to pay in US Dollars, unless they have special exemptions.

BED & BREAKFAST : There are a few bed & breakfast hotels springing up, but they are small and can be difficult to get into. A new association of bed & breakfasts is being created by the Government.

CAMPING : Uzbektourism runs a number of temporary campsites in the mountains.

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