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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TravelPod Member ReviewsEdelweiss Hotel Ulan Bator
Good internet and nice service. Breakfast was good to. Needs a facelift.
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... of 6-7 had studied abroad somewhere---Russia, Japan, Netherlands, Germany, India....for advanced degrees they have to leave. One guy left and then came back to Mongolia and all of his peers gave him ****, asking why would you come back? And he said he was so surprised that people felt he couldn't cut it overseas and so came back with tail tucked, so to speak. In reality, he said he felt it was important that young people return to make ...
... hallways with closed doors. I see the doors have signs on them...Kapaoke--which is the one word I can read in Mongolian. Karaoke (the 'p' letter makes the 'r' sound in their alphabet). There are private karaoke rooms? Weird....but maybe you go with your friends and hang out together? But, wait, I'm in a karaoke club??! Where's the spa. I keep walking though...because, well, what else do you do? I finally hit the end of the line it ...
... it justice. It was inspiring if challenging and I wish I had time to do a tour of the north which is more Alpine and verdant. Mongolian Nomads and city folk are very welcoming in a genuine way it seems, though UB has a drinking problem and crime has risen. This is largely due to such a rapid development in the last 5 years, in part due to vast copper reserves and in all such cases it has perhaps caused sociological problems with ...
Ulaanbaatar. The name conjures up rather romantically a city of nomads. In this land where the countryside is alive with gers and horses, the capital city comes as a rude shock. A sprawl of Soviet style buildings, it is one of the ugliest cities I've ever seen. Fortunately we'd been warned, so we were prepared for it. Arrived here at 5:40 am after being woken an hour earlier, so we were feeling pretty tired. Fortunately we were able to get into our room straight ...
... the past two millenias, the area is also home to a number of archaeological sites, in between the beautiful valleys and mountains.
We had a relaxing morning, with a horse ride to the nearby Red Waterfall, which got it’s name from the red lava which flowed through during a volcano eruption. Unfortunately the water isn’t red - nevertheless a beautiful spot to sit and enjoy the surroundings. Our horses ...