Jokhang Temple Cool Yak Hotel

Address: No.6 Xiasasu Zangyi Road, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on No.6 Xiasasu Zangyi Road, Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsJokhang Temple Cool Yak Hotel Lhasa

        Reviewed by laowaibensen

        Roof Top View

        Reviewed Aug 4, 2014
        by (7 reviews) Saint Cloud, Minnesota, USA , United States Flag of United States

        Was winded just carrying my luggage up three flights! But it was a nice clean room with all desired amenities, and the breakfast is served in a rooftop dining area allowing you to watch the sun come up on Lhasa and the Potala Palace with a hot cup of tea, only steps from your comfy bed.

        Lhasa, China
        Lhasa, China

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        Reviewed by gothard

        Breakfast to die for

        Reviewed Jul 8, 2013
        by (5 reviews) Sheffield , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

        Amenities spot on. Service excellent and the best breakfast I have ever had. Bacon eggs etc etc etc.

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Jokhang Temple Cool Yak Hotel Lhasa

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Lhasa

        Tibet....what's left of it....

        A travel blog entry by thepoonanns on May 26, 2014

        18 photos

        ... necessary, so it was the first thing we did when we got back to the hotel.

        We spent much of Lhasa either recovering or visiting Monasteries. Tourists from all over China visit these monasteries offering token amounts of money as their way of worship. It was quite clear from the get go that Tibet is very much dominated by Buddhism. Every morning, thousands of locals walk around Patola Palace between 1-3 times whilst holding their prayer wheels ...


        A travel blog entry by chuck on Nov 29, 2013

        6 comments, 27 photos

        ... in the canyon below and the mountains are much further apart exposing valleys. I look down the cliff side at the beautiful view. I noticed the road twists downwards towards this valley... "what is that?" I think looking down the road. "Costume" he says. We are about to cross a convoy of army trucks! I put on my mask, glasses and tuque. I pull my jacket high and slouch down. One by one the trucks pass us without slowing down! I hope we are almost there because I can't ...

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        A travel blog entry by marqual on Sep 29, 2013

        9 photos

        ... this was our last day in Lhasa, a few of us headed west to see some sites there. Several brides were having their wedding photos taken outside the palace. Just after leaving Potola, I noticed a door and window in the side of a hill with people entering and exiting - of course I needed to check it out and it turned out to be a Tibetan Tea House in a cave like structure. So we decided to stay and have some sweet yak milk tea and noodles for lunch. There was a single set ...

        The no more forbidden city

        A travel blog entry by wildwildeast on Jun 04, 2013

        21 photos

        ... leurs questions en équilibre sur un pied, les bras à moitié en l’air, et terminent leur prise de parole en claquant aussi bien du pied que des mains. Le bouddhisme se vit, et ne s’apprend pas que dans les livres ou dans le coin sombre d’un monastère…

        PS. In case you’re wondering about the long nail on the pinky, it has no symbolic significance whatsoever. Some people just grow it out so they can gain better access to their nose or ear for picking. ...

        Do you want Tibet she won't marry me?

        A travel blog entry by tomandamy on Oct 13, 2011

        35 photos

        ... Martin went on to prove himself top Yak eater as the week progressed.

        On our first full day, we visited the two most famous monastries in the city, Jokhang and Sera. Jokhang is in the centre of the city and is a pilgramage site for Buddhists, and Sera was a larger village like complex on the edge of the city. Both were really interesting as they were working active sites full of people praying and we also got to see monks 'debating' ...

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