See why so many travelers make TASHI CHOETA BOUTIQUE HOTEL their guest house of choice when visiting Lhasa. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a boutique setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as Canggu Temple (0.1 mi) and Xiamiyuan Temple (0.1 mi) make TASHI CHOETA BOUTIQUE HOTEL a great place to stay when visiting Lhasa.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a minibar and a refrigerator, and you can stay connected during your stay as TASHI CHOETA BOUTIQUE HOTEL offers guests free wifi.
The guest house features a concierge and room service. Plus, TASHI CHOETA BOUTIQUE HOTEL offers free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for an Asian restaurant, consider a visit to Tibetan Family Kitchen, Dunya Restaurant, or House of Shambhala Restaurant, which are all conveniently located a short distance from TASHI CHOETA BOUTIQUE HOTEL.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Jokhang Temple (0.1 mi) and Barkhor Street (0.3 mi), which are some popular Lhasa attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the guest house.
At TASHI CHOETA BOUTIQUE HOTEL, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Lhasa.
The hotel is located in the center of town and is close to most facilities. It has a decent restaurant on site. We just can't find a good restaurants near the hotel, and ended up eating at the restaurant on site. The room is very clean and the bed is comfortable. However, the water pressure is low and it takes some 5 minutes to get hot water for a shower.
It's a cute and lovely guesthouse. Located near the Tromzikhang market, if you are coming by cab, just ask the driver to stop at the main road outside the market. It takes 3-4 minutes to walk into the alley and hotel as it's a really busy area. The decoration of the hotel is lovely and authentic. The room is not bright enough and as the windows are facing courtyard, there will be different kind of noise. Generally, it's quiet at night as I was staying in low season. The room did get cold. Guests can pay extra for a heater.
This is a lovely, big hotel but I didn't feel totally comfortable there. The staff were not very helpful. the rooms were clean and a good size and the bathrooms big enough and also very clean. Wasn't too fond of the area.
Not a bad but a great hotel. Has two sections, a front and a back. Stayed in both at different times. The front is definitely nicer. Bathrooms are smaller but showers are larger. I felt like I was in a cocoon while in the shower in the back unit. Internet is weak but it might be the same throughout Tibet. Breakfast had some Western cuisine but nothing out of the ordinary. Price was right so I'd stay again.
Tashi Choten/ Tashi Choe Ta Hotel was very authentic, we stayed for two nights, had a good size room which was very comfortable. The manager Tashi and Losang really looked after us and gave us an authentic Tibetan experience. The hotel was very reasonably price and the reception staff included breakfast for us at no extra charge. Breakfast is traditionally Tibetan and included rice porridge, boiled eggs, bread, fried vegetables and Tibetan tea. They have a nice lounge area which is beautifully decorated and served lunches/ dinners and a variety of drinks. There was a very relaxed atmosphere. The hotel has a small shop for souvenirs. I would definitely use this hotel again on my return to Lhasa.
The location of the hotel is perfect, walking distance from most of the attractions, really cannot complain.... But, the environment aren't exactly great. First of all, the room is very dark, even with all the lights turned on. It would hurt your eyes to read anything in the room. The bathroom door cannot be shut, and it stayed damp inside because there is no fan or windows in there. For the price they charged, there is a better choice in town.
In all my travel I have never be so well treated by hospitality people. Hotel is clean, quiet and safe in a best Lhasa district of Barkhor area. Price is very reasonable. Staff are very simple, friendly and ready to be of service at any time. I will recommend this hotel with 5 STAR rating. They speak English very well. It is owned by TIBETANS COMPLETELY. Already, my Chinese and Americans friends are making reservations. It's worth a try. I guarantee you that YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED. CHEERS
My October 1 birthday coincided with the Chinese national holiday and this hotel near Barkhor Square is very popular with Chinese tourists. It was 100% occupied. We use China Highlights since 2004 and they snagged us a room on the first floor at our request. On this second trip to Lhasa, we chose a Tibetan style accommodation within walking distance of the square and surrounding markets and a rooftop view of the Potala Palace. We were not disappointed. The staff was always smiling; the room and bathroom were fairly large, not fancy, but clean and adequate. Loved the decor of the public areas. The Chinese breakfast was good, but don't sleep in or you'll miss out on choices. You can even order dinner. I was invited into the kitchen. They use roof top solar panels to heat the water. We had to hike in with our guide and luggage. My husband took a morning walk and got lost trying to find his way back through the maze of alleys. We spent three nights this trip.…
Definitely the best choice at this budget. A cozy Tibetan-style hotel (rather like homestay I think), very friendly and welcoming atmosphere with a nice social corner at G/F. Basic room with a small washroom, good to have hot water but could be better if warming light (as found in other guesthouse/ hostel) and shower curtain can be provide. Not easy to find at the first time (especially those don’t read Chinese), look for the hanging sign (Chinese) as you’ll easily missed the small entrance. But it’s super convenient if you familiar with the place…located in a lively local market and very close to main attractions like Barkhor, Jokhang & Ramoche Temple…good for authentic local experience. You’ll be impressed by the handsome young Tibetan manager, Norbu, as well as the friendly management team; and you can enjoy the bustling local environment full of pilgrims & the smell of Tibetan butter.…
Stayed at the Tashi Choten for 4 nights and have no complaints...the wonderful staff met us on the main street (it is a little tricky to find) and insisted on carrying our bags through the rain to the hotel. Staff go out of their way to help you and are genuinely kind and warm. Breakfast was Chinese style and pretty good, bed was comfortable, bathroom was well maintained.
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