For Lhasa I would say this was a pretty good hotel. I was expecting MUSH worse! The room was pretty clean, it is a good location, and had a decent restaurant.
I was here during low season, here are some tips to help with your stay:
1. The staff has "limited" english abilities. Don't expect much in regards to this. Try to get your guide to write a few sayings or questions down so you can use that to communicate with them.
2. GET A Humidifier. They have humidifiers available. This will significantly improve your sleep and comfort in the hotel room. We didn't find this out until the last night...
3. If your hall light keeps coming on in the night and it bothers you (like it did with me) cover the motion sensor with a piece of paper. This will prevent the light from coming on every time you go to the bathroom.
Last tip about this hotel, is that the dining is actually pretty good. The pizza in particular was quite good. The flour they use in Lhasa results in really fluffy and delicious breads. This was part of the reason it was so good.
Breakfast was also ok, the only negative was the local tourists who would taste test each item at the buffet with their chop sticks and then move on to the next dish.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking