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Jipek Joli Hotel

  • Accessibility, convenience and comfort
  • A modern, streamlined jewel of a hotel
  • Pleasant cafe for business meetings
  • Complete with superior suites
  • Service and extra

Jipek Joli Inn

  • Affordable prices, varied room choice
  • National Oriental flavor
  • Complete with inner courtyard and authentic karakalpak yurt
  • Visit the house-museum of the famous shamuratov family
  • Only 150m from the Savitsky museum

Our services

Conference halls

Jipek Joli offers specially-equipped spaces for seminaries and conferences, as well as a help in organising events at various levels, be it talks, presentations or business meetings.

Touristic services

Our tourist and hotel specialists will help you choose and arrange any tour: group, individual, historical, ethnographic or extreme.

For guests staying at Jipek Joli, there is a various list of touristic sights and destinations as: the natural places of mystical beauty around Karakalpakstan, the shoreline of the Aral sea to the ancient castles of Khorezm.

Each tour offered by Jipek Joli features experienced guides, professional drivers, convenient transportation and exclusive routes.

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Cosy and chic, Jipek Joli Cafe offers guests a wide selection of varied, delicious, fulfilling dishes made with all-natural ingredients to suit your taste. Whether for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or at banquet time, enjoy the best of Karakalpak cuisine and tasty national classics.

Embracing comfort and a bright, friendly atmosphere, this is a place perfect for chats with friends, or some alone time with a cup of coffee and a book. Wherever and whenever in Karakalpakstan, this cafe will be ready to offer a cup of tea and an ear for the stories, like an old friend after a long day’s travel.

The first

“Jipek Joli” is translated from Karakalpak language as the Silk Road. Named for the famous network that carved the world’s trade routes across Eurasia, Jipek Joli is the Silk Road of Nukus.

In 1999, Swiss WTO expert Andrea Launberg visited our private museum in Nukus. The museum is dedicated to Karakalpak writer Amet and actress Ayimkhan Shamuratova, one of Karakalpakstan’s most beloved and well-known families. During the visit, Andrea recommended to us to open a hotel in Nukus. Thanks to her recommendation, we opened our Jipek Joli hotel in 2004. Furnished in Karakalpak ornaments and paintings by local artists, with cuisine cooked with love by local chefs; it was and still is an ode to all things Karakalpak.