St. Regis Lhasa Resort
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSt. Regis Lhasa Resort
The beautiful look and feel of this hotel strikes you from the moment you walk in the door. They manage to make it minimalist zen, yet include the flavored accents of Tibet. Service has been excellent. Highly recommended!
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Well, jet lag reared its ugly head yet again this morning as we woke up at 1 AM. This time it was our fault as we were exhausted yesterday after all the climbing and hit the sack about 6 PM intending to take a nap. Well, 7 hours later, there we were, wide awake. So, what do you do at 1 AM in Lhasa, Tibet? How about connecting to your slingbox and …
Today started bright and early as both Sharon and I woke up abruptly at 3 AM. Clearly not on local time, we made the most of our early rising and prepared for a busy day. We had a delicious breakfast at our hotel. As usual I opted for the Chinese style food while Sharon stuck with more traditional Western fare. I just love having fresh cooked …
We started the morning with a sumptuous Asian and Western buffet at the hotel. My favorite was the fresh noodle soup that they make on request, where you add your own ingredients. Similar to an omelette station at a western breakfast buffet. It's another long day of travel. We will first take an Air China flight to Chengdu which should take about 3 …
... entry is actually being made at the end of our time in Tibet. One can not be too picky about being warm, things being clean, & toilet facilities in Tibet. 2 of our hotels have not had heat & it is not warm here. In fact, it is cold. We brought body warmer items made for winter hunting in Nebraska, so we were toasty in ...
... food are very similar. Curry, momos, rice, and the other staples we have enjoyed for the last five weeks, were the primary menu items. Our next stop after lunch was the Sera Monastery, formerly home to several thousand monks, but now home to only 362. It is much dirtier than Potala, but constructed more like a campus, than the palace type layout of Potala. The shrines and assembly halls were very beautiful here, but the mandalas made out of ...