Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace

Address: East Cross Road, Peace Avenue, Ulan Bator, Mongolia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on East Cross Road, Peace Avenue, Ulan Bator, is near Terelj National Park, Zaisan Memorial, Yol Valley, and Karakorum (Kharkhorin).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsKempinski Hotel Khan Palace Ulan Bator

    Reviewed by jomama

    Hotel is clean and hospitable

    Reviewed Oct 22, 2012
    by (11 reviews) Kent , United States Flag of United States

    The room is clean and well stocked. Service is great and the staff is very friendly and helpful. The food is ok. Internet is wireless and good signal but cuts out sporadically. Location is great, walking distance to the sites.

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

    Reviewed by argieuk

    An oasis in the desert

    Reviewed Apr 23, 2011
    by (3 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    A great hotel, but the staff have been what makes it really special.

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace Ulan Bator

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator

    Ulan Bator, Mongolia

    A travel blog entry by gillmison on Jan 31, 2015

    7 comments, 9 photos

    I sleep very badly most Sunday nights as I am worried I will miss the 5.45am train to Euston. I slept badly this Sunday too and was awake at 5.45am worrying that I was going to miss the train to Mongolia. At least I am not having to worry that when I get there I will need to give an update on the previous weeks trading performance.

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    Irtutsk to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

    A travel blog entry by jenelleandchris on Jul 21, 2015

    11 photos

    ... Unfortunately, most of the old wooden houses here have been destroyed by a few large fires, so you can now only build in brick or stone in urban centres. But the beautiful old churches have all been rebuilt (in stone) and there are still some lovely old houses that have survived. As it was Sunday, a lot of the women out and about were wearing traditional long satin dresses and skirts. Unfortunately it was just too hot ( mid thirties) to keep going to see ...

    Wow, it's Mongolia!

    A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on Jun 19, 2015

    3 comments, 25 photos

    ... often cracked and bumpy, the pavements are carefully laid with patterned tiles, some with a line of contrasting colour or pattern down the middle.
    7) We've developed a liking for menus with pictures. Along with our little language-in-pictures book (given to me by RTC in 1999 when I went travelling for a year) we can find out what is in any dish. Although actually getting what we think we ordered is still proving to be a challenge!
    8) Vegetables are not ...


    A travel blog entry by larissataylor on Jun 15, 2015

    29 photos

    ... I knew my horse days were already over - I did not enjoy one second of it. Savannah was also in the same boat as me so we jumped off the horses as soon as we possibly could, which was after an hour once we had reached our half way point. We didn't want to get back onto the horses so ended up walking back to the camp, which was MUCH more enjoyable! Everyone else seemed to really enjoy it which was great. I do think that horses are beautiful creatures, I have just realised that I ...


    A travel blog entry by mkennedy15 on May 18, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... questioned our guide on how the nomads could raise livestock on such terrain; he said that in such a hostile environment, any grass that survives has to be the toughest; this grass, sparse as it is, is of higher nutrient value than any other feed grain. After our dusty, bumpy ride, we arrived at the Three Camel Lodge where we each were assigned a jer, which is the tent-like structure that nomads live in. The jer is a very durable round tent that can be ...