Grand Turkmen Hotel
The Grand Turkmen Hotel is a 5-star hotel with 20 rooms on 6 floors in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. It was originally constructed as the Sheraton Grand Turkmen in 1995. The hotel has six floors with a total of 120 luxurious rooms.
Its strategic location near the administrative heart of the city places it within a convenient 15-minute drive from the airport. Notably, various key institutions surround the hotel within a radius of 1 km, such as the Central Bank of Turkmenistan, Parliament of Country (Mejlis), Cabinet of Ministers, ministries, museums, theatres, as well as an array of shops and markets.
Indulging its guests in supreme dining experiences, the hotel hosts two restaurants, a bar, casino, health club, an inviting swimming pool, and a well-maintained tennis court.
The Grand Turkmen Hotel has become a crucial hub for international conferences, attracting numerous prominent politicians and businesmans who have chosen to stay in its prestigious quarters.
In 2015, the hotel underwent an extensive remodeling endeavor, enhancing its elegance with a stunning white marble finish.