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For such a special city, the blandness of this hotel makes it stand out. The room was comfortable and had all the necessities. The breakfasts were adequate, though the coffee was terrible. But it could have been anywhere in any country. There wasn't a single...More
My husband and I spent one night here before moving for 3 more nights to the outstanding St Regis. (The Sheratons "sister"hotel).
Staff tries to be helpful, our heat was not working and it was cold at night and in the morning. Someone came...More
When we walked into the lobby we thought, "oh, oh, what kind of hotel is this?" as it's rather small and not ornately decorated. BUT, we were given a huge corner room with massive windows that allowed us to see the Potala Palace. The room...More
Stayed here one night during my Tibet Trip, amazed by the friendliness of the staff, want to thank especially Ren Qian and Peter, both went the extramile to answer all our questions and fulfill our requests. Our room was very comfortable and spacious, and has...More
This Sheraton is kind of small but it is located in the city center. It takes approximately 15-20 minutes walking to Portola Palace. Rooms appear to have been recently re-modeled. Staff are friendly. The only short coming is the restaurant. The food and servers were...More
US$72 - US$106 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#5 Best Value Hotel in Lhasa
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I was there in June 2014 there was no wifi only hardwired. Since I had my old iMAC with a ethernet cable, I could connect and then use the iMAC as a wifi hotspot to connect the ipad and phone
No charge and quite fast
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