Ramada Ulaanbaatar Citycenter

Address: 17th Khoroo Gandan, Peace Avenue 35/1, Ulan Bator, Mongolia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 17th Khoroo Gandan, Peace Avenue 35/1, Ulan Bator, is near Terelj National Park, Zaisan Memorial, Yol Valley, and Karakorum (Kharkhorin).
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Ulaanbaatar Citycenter Ulan Bator

          Reviewed by lorna.liddell

          Good spot

          Reviewed May 3, 2015
          by (5 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

          Comfortable, clean, well located hotel. Staff were friendly and accommodating

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

          TripAdvisor Reviews Ramada Ulaanbaatar Citycenter Ulan Bator

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator

          Hitting the Wall

          A travel blog entry by sefleming on Aug 29, 2014

          ... face. These actions feel rather consistent with the pushing and shoving that bothered me so much during the celebration. Don't they value or respect others? How are these actions reconciled within the Buddhist faith? Sometimes, the Buddhism here seems anything BUT Buddhism. So many questions - so few answers! My little 8 yr old friend from yesterday returned, and came to have me help him untangle the rope to his kite. He was just beaming after wards, and was eager to ...

          City dwellers

          A travel blog entry by phungster on Aug 27, 2014

          1 comment, 12 photos

          ... under control by the former Soviet Union. Not until 1990s were they truly free... but not entirely. It seems the former USSR erased the Mongolian script and replaced it with their Cyrillic alphabet. A few English signs are slowly replacing those Cyrillic signs. English is now taught as a second language in secondary school. It will be a long while before Cyrillic is completely erased. The ...

          The end, just another beginning

          A travel blog entry by yakking_mad on Aug 26, 2014

          ... taxi and got back to the hotel. Tim had found someone who wanted to buy Florence and was now trying to wade through the mounds of bureaucracy that is involved with such an import. However, he needed us to go to the finish line where Florence was being held, pick up some stuff that he had saved for us and to pick up his stuff. So back again we headed for the 20 minute drive through the horrendous traffic trying to spot odd number plated cars. With that errand completed we ...

          Days 3 & 4- to Amarbayasgalant

          A travel blog entry by sefleming on Aug 18, 2014

          9 photos

          ... deciduous trees where there are some rather large brown bears. The going was not always easy, so this gave me a gentle introduction into what riding will entail here in Mongolia. The number of chipmunk holes in the grasslands is astounding, so horses are constantly stumbling, making it even more remarkable that riders stand fully upright on their stirrups when galloping over these same grasslands. I don't think I'll ever have the nerve to do that! On Wednesday, we are planning a ...

          Day 36 Ulan Baatar

          A travel blog entry by jblackley on Aug 05, 2014

          3 comments, 5 photos

          ... Gers, the famous Mongolian tents. They were scattered across the country side, and there were a lot more animals, including horses and goats. After breakfast we arrived in Ulan Baatar, the capital, and headed off to do a quick tour of the city. Even in the city there were gers, some as principal place of residence, and others in back yards. The houses in Mongolia are certainly more colourful than those in Russia, with lots of what appeared to be ...