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Suggested Hotels in Tibet

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Tibet is not known for its creature comforts. Still, the capital has recently seen the addition of international-standard hotels.

Here are our favorite Tibet hotels, resorts and traditional lodging options:

House of Shambhala, Lhasa

The beautiful Shambhala is located in a traditional Tibetan courtyard house in a quiet alley in the heart of old Lhasa. Its 10 intimate suites, yoga-spa center, dining area and teahouse manifest a dedication to Tibetan cultural heritage. Warm lighting, wood floors and sumptuous textiles make this Tibet's finest hotel.

St. Regis, Lhasa

Exquisitely styled and lavishly appointed, this superb property is Lhasa's premier address, redefining luxury in the Tibetan capital. Guests enjoy spacious rooms and personalized hospitality.

Four Points by Sheraton, Lhasa

Impeccable service, a great location, modern comforts and the city's best restaurant make the Four Points a favorite with sophisticated travelers

Bramaputra Grand Hotel, Lhasa

This property hosts elegant, modern facilities and two good restaurants that serve Chinese and Western cuisine. It is located riverside near the mountains, offering wonderful views of Lhasa. A great choice for those who want a quiet, comfortable retreat.

Kyichu Hotel, Lhasa

This is a cozy, family-run hotel with a heart. Amenities are standard, but the property is very well run. The friendliness of the English-speaking staff makes for a memorable stay. An excellent choice for those yearning for a pure Tibetan experience.

Shigatse Hotel, Shigatse

The colorful Shigatse is a 3-star hotel built in 1985. It offers modern comforts and convenience, but also features some traditional design elements.