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The St. Regis Lhasa Resort

No.22 Jiangsu Road, Chengguan District, Lhasa 850000 China
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Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Lhasa, St. Regis Lhasa Resort is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its luxury environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, St. Regis Lhasa Resort makes it easy to enjoy the best of Lhasa. You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and you can stay connected during your stay as St. Regis Lhasa Hotel offers guests free wifi. The resort features a concierge and room service. Plus, St. Regis Lhasa Hotel offers a pool and an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available. Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Canggu Temple (0.5 mi) and Xiamiyuan Temple (0.6 mi), guests of St. Regis Lhasa Hotel can easily experience some of Lhasa's most well known attractions. When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out XiZang NiuPai Restaurant (Yu Tuo Road), which is a steakhouse that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike. During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Jokhang Temple (0.5 mi), Barkhor Street (0.7 mi), and XiZangZiZhiQu LaSaShi BaKuo Jie BuXingJie (0.7 mi), which are all within walking distance of the resort. St. Regis Lhasa Hotel is sure to make your visit to Lhasa one worth remembering.
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Stayed here for the two nights while visiting the potala palace. I was debating between 3-5 stars ratings and end it up with 4 stars. The hotel is very close to the major attractions, potala palace and Da Zhao temple, both of which are must visits in Tibet. And the hotel also has medical staff on site to assist (which you have to pay a fee to use the oxygen there, it would be nice if they tell you ahead of time) the altitude at the hotel was not bad but if you are traveling with the kids to make sure you get the oxygen handy. The reason I almost gave them a 3 stars was due to the reservation error from the hotel end, and Canceled by reservation. But then hotel fixed it after I showed the them the confirmations. Now, let’s talk about food, there are some good number of local restaurants near by and the walking couple be little much if you have younger kids with you. So I would recommend to download the Chinese takeout app Meituan, which they can deliver to your hotel for you. Finally, the whole trips was little overwhelming for the kids due to the high altitude. I checked with the doctors before deciding to bring them to see the potala palace, even tho the doctor said it was ok, but the end result was pretty bad, kids were not taking them well. I would recommend to bring the kids that are age 13 or more.
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My husband and I were on a seventeen-day tour of China with Abercrombie & Kent and were booked into the St. Regis for three nights. The property looks lovely, but, on closer inspection, is rather rundown. It has a real Frank Lloyd Wright feel, which is most inviting. Our room was quite large, but there were exposed wires. [The room had a humidifier, which was helpful as the air was quite dry; there was also canned oxygen, which was helpful for the altitude sickness.][I must admit that my review may be negatively impacted by altitude sickness -- I literally didn't sleep for the three nights in Lhasa.] On the first day, we ordered room service of a fried rice dish, which was decidedly mediocre. We placed the half-eaten dish outside the door on a nearby window ledge and the plate was still there twenty-four hours later, despite the fact that housekeeping had been into the room a number of times. We finally had to call the front desk to ask that it be removed. The plate was ultimately removed, but cigarette butts, left by an unknown smoker (in violation of hotel rules) that were also on the window ledge remained there during our whole stay, even after the offending plate was removed. We had a buffet dinner one time and three buffet breakfasts: the food was uninspiring. We also had dinner at the hotel's Chinese restaurant, which was average, but better than the main dining room. There was also an incident where the elevators in our wing (there are multiple wings that don't appear to be connected) didn't work. I thought about using the emergency stairwell, but realized that I might not be able to get back on the main floor and feared being trapped in the stairwell. I finally called the front desk from my room and they sent someone from housekeeping to escort me downstairs through the service elevator, behind a door marked "private" or "service". [While the elevators were out, no effort was made to put up a sign to say the elevators were not functioning. By the time we returned from dinner, the elevators were working again.] Marriott needs to do some serious maintenance on this property and Abercrombie & Kent needs to find an alternative site at which to house tour guests. [Also, the incense in the main lobby is intense to the point of being sickening.]
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Response from JimmyW1772, General Manager at The St. Regis Lhasa Resort
Responded 1 week ago
Dear 305E40th4J, Thank you for sharing your feedback on your stay at The St. Regis Lhasa Resort. Please accept my sincere apologies on areas where we fell short and please know that what you have described is not reflective of our usual high standards. I truly appreciate that you have brought this to my attention. Your comments about room service, maintenance, dishes have been well documented and will certainly be looked into. We hope your experience would not deter you from giving us another opportunity to welcome you back in future. Yours Sincerely, Jimmy W General Manager The St. Regis Lhasa Resort
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Our first stop on our Tibet trip was Lhasa. Our tour guide picked us up from the airport and brought us to the hotel. The main building of the St Regis was impressive with a lot of original artwork in the lobby. Check-in went really smooth. Our room was in one of the buildings outside the main building. The room was extremely nice: large, nicely decorated and clean. We had breakfast and dinner in the hotel and we especially liked the friendly service. One of the signature experiences is the golden swimming pool: very nicely done. The hotel is a short 10 minute walk from Barkhor street which is great and gives the hotel an advantage above its main competitors Shangri-la and the Intercontinental. Although maybe the entire hotel is not as immaculate maintained as other St Regis hotels (but the price is also a fraction of the price you pay at most other St Regis), the service makes it stand out. Therefor, we think when visiting Lhasa and you are looking for a comforable hotel with great service, the St Regis is the place to be.
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We loved the food !! Staff was very helpful Will have diner there again tonight ! The quality of dood and price are excellent! The hotel itself is beautiful and definitely an oasis of peace in this hectic city !
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Very nicely decorated hotel, located close to the old town. Very professional staff, always available and helpful. Superb rooms and excellent service. Good restaurants and superb view on the Potala from the bar and the hall.
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$110 - $244 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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LOCATION
ChinaTibetLhasa
NUMBER OF ROOMS
162
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