Lhasa Hotel

Address: No.1 Minzu Middle Road, Lhasa, Tibet, 850001, China | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Lhasa, is near Potala Palace, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Street, and Drepung Monastery (Zhebang Si).
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsLhasa Hotel

        Reviewed by crmaverick

        Ninja Rats

        Reviewed Oct 21, 2015
        by (4 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

        This hotel is located in a very centralized area of Lhasa, it is easy to walk to many sites as well as shopping locations. The hotel also appears to be clean and has a very good breakfast. However we did discover rats throughout the hotel one even came into our room through the air conditioning vent which was extremely upsetting.

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        Reviewed by adventurescot

        What a grand hotel

        Reviewed Sep 18, 2013
        by (25 reviews) Edinburgh , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

        This hotel was fab and certainly worth paying the price for. The staff were extremely helpful and friendly

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

        TripAdvisor Reviews Lhasa Hotel

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
         

        Travel Blogs from Lhasa

        To the roof of the world

        A travel blog entry by crmaverick on Oct 21, 2015

        1 photo

        Today is the day most of us have been waiting for, the flight to Tibet. Two members of the tour, Phyllis and Dan, decided to stay behind and enjoy Chengdu a bit more instead of accompany us to Lhasa, so we have plenty of room for the late edition of Chu Fan, XJ's friend from Chongqing. The flight left an hour behind schedule, with no notice or …

        I'm Alive

        A travel blog entry by jmcmonagle on Oct 23, 2015

        ... of the 30 hour train trip to Lhasa in bed, sleeping for most of those, and when I got here could hardly walk (backpacks are so much better than luggage with wheels, except when you're not strong enough to carry them) and the sweat was gushing out of me. Add to that I had the starting symptoms of altitude sickness with headaches, nausea, nosebleeds and fatigue and things weren't looking good. Doctors ...

        Yaks and yetis in the Land of Snows

        A travel blog entry by helenaperry on Dec 30, 2014

        7 comments, 34 photos

        ... For breakfast it was a short walk to the nearest Tibetan hole-in-the wall eatery where no-one spoke English but the food was divine. Nobu, my guide for the duration (foreigners are only allowed out unaccompanied in the area around Barkhor Square, and then only on foot; public transport is forbidden without your official guide) kindly wrote a small menu in Tibetan for me so that I could order real food in ...

        Butter Tea and yak stew

        A travel blog entry by laowaibensen on Aug 04, 2014

        62 photos

        ... along with a good deal I got a song.

        The way was bumpy, dusty and dirty, and the last hotel we stayed in was a leftover from the 60's probably for big wigs to tour the mountain after liberation. I'll tell ya it's lost most of it's charm.

        After bouncing our way through goat villages, yak pastures and other truly amazing scenes, we arrived at Rongbuk Monastery; as close as you can get in a private car to base camp. We were ...

        The Capital City

        A travel blog entry by marqual on Sep 29, 2013

        9 photos

        ... costed 0.7 yuan - about 12 cents. She would keep on coming around and filling the cup and making change with the money that was on the table as long as you wanted refills. You could also get food at the tea house - noodles, dumplings, or rice with a little bit of meat and vegetables for 5 yuan.

        After lunch, I did a bit of shopping, searching out for a Tibet refridgerator magnet to add to my collection. There are a ridiculous number of shops selling all kinds ...

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