In order to see the Taj Palace in all its majesty, guests must go through a long, arduous and arduous process, said Marriot J. Alvarado, chairman of the Fairway Park Hotel & Resort.
That means they’ll need to get up close and personal with the building, which sits in the middle of a vast desert.
It is a “pretty intimidating environment,” he said.
Guests will have to walk a long way up a hill and up a steep path to the building.
It can be as steep as 5½- to 6½-metres.
There is no signpost for visitors to access the complex, so they’ll have to venture in the darkness, Alvarados said.
The Taj Mahals, the world’s tallest and most luxurious building, is an iconic symbol of the medieval city of Tajikistan, which was founded in the 8th century.
The hotel has hosted a number of famous guests including Beyonce, Lady Gaga, and Leonardo DiCaprio.
The palace was built on the ruins of a 16th-century mosque that was used by the Tajik ruler Hamid Shah Shuja, who died in 1726.
It was the only mosque built in Tajikstan before modern-day modern-type mosques were built in the Soviet Union and Afghanistan.
Tajik President Hamid Karimov said in a statement in January that he will not be hosting any international events during the coronavirus pandemic.
The resort is scheduled to open its doors for a grand opening in late June.