We had one night here in May. We were booked in for three nights, but unexpectedly had to move on after breakfast on our second day - we weren't sure why, as our tour guide dealt with the hotels on our behalf. Possibly they had overbooked our rooms?
Were sad to move on as it was so pretty at Lyabi-House, and the breakfast room had one of the nicest outlooks of all our hotels in Central Asia.
However, Hotel ASL, around the corner, which became our new home in Bukhara, was just as pleasant - the breakfast room was underground, so not as nice as the one at Lyabi-House, however the bedrooms at ASL were nicer, and it had a fabulous position right on the square (and with a very good Italian-style espresso bar right next door).More