How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Narantuul Hotel Ulan Bator
Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator
... Lovely colours and different headwear. You can see quite a few of the older people in town still wearing the traditional deel - a loose calf length tunic with long sleeves, a high collar and buttons on the right shoulder and boots with upturned toes. On the third floor is a furnished ger and displays of the traditional way of life of the Mongol people.
We also visited the State ...
... a rebuilt Buddha shrine, a national history museum and an art museum. Then we boarded a plane (actually two planes) for an hour flight to Dalanzadgad where we jumped into four wheel drive Toyota Land Cruisers. - having seen these things in action on various trips, I would own one if I lived in these remote places - they are brutes. The Three Camel Lodge where we would stay was a little over forty miles away - it took well over a hour. They are no roads ...
... after establishing we had nothing to declare they gave back the passports.
The train then moved over the border into Mongolia and then all of the Mongolian guards with their huge fur hats boarded the train. They also walked along the corridors and looked in at as. One took our passports and went off with them for a long time while another woman decided she had to do a bag search on my hand luggage. Before I left, my Mum ...
... no food carriage- so bring your own everything. You can purchase some stuff from the attendants, but they don't have a lot. No power outlet in the cabins, there is 2 in the aisle. This train is a little more strict. We were a little loud while playing cards and got a warning from the Attendant- that he would call the police for the next stop- we had to be quiet as we were waking him up. So be careful. Let's go to ...
... pain took over. Coupled with a bout of bad heartburn, diarrhoea and the fact I hadn't washed in 4 days, I was falling apart. Even a massage from one of our hosts couldn't save me. After 3 days we stopped at a hot spring that actually had some signs of life and even a massage and spa house. For £5 I got a 50minute hot stone massage, including using some suction device that left me with pepperoni slice bruises on my back, that almost completely fixed me up and set me ...