Yyldyz Hotel

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Yyldyz Hotel
General information
Status Complete
Type Hotel
Location Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
Construction started 2011
Completed 2013
Opening 15.10.2013
Architectural 107 m (351 ft)
Design and construction
Structural engineer Bouygues

Yyldyz Hotel (Turkmen: Ýyldyz oteli) is a luxury hotel located in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. Built in 2013 by Bouygues, it has 155 rooms. It is a 24 story hotel, with a height of 107 meters.[1][2]

Design and construction[edit]

In the construction of high-rise hotel tower, about seven thousand tons of steel and more than 14,000 square meters of glass were used. The building has a teardrop shape. The total area is 50,620 square meters. The surrounding land has an area of roughly 85,000 square meters. The whole structure has a high degree of seismic resistance.[3]


The hotel has 155 rooms, including presidential, deluxe and standard rooms.[4]

On the 1st floor there is a large banquet hall with 1000 seats.

VIP apartments are located on the 14th floor.

On the 18th floor there is a panoramic restaurant with 600 seats.


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Coordinates: 37°55′46″N 58°22′19″E / 37.9294°N 58.3719°E / 37.9294; 58.3719