My wife and I stayed here for 6 nights before heading to Everest. The location is perfect for exploring the Barkhor and old Lhasa. The Jokhang temple is also very close. Portola palace is a bit of a hike, but is also walkable. The hotel does a wonderful job of offering modern amenities while looking like a traditional Tibetan hotel. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The lady at the front desk spoke nearly perfect English. There is no lift, but the hotel staff carried our bags to our room. We were very satisfied with the size of our room, but we understand some rooms are smaller. The price was quite low given the quality of the hotel. The morning breakfast was just adequate some days and others was quite good. We were extremely happy with our stay. A few tips..google maps won't work in Lhasa so download maps.me. The reviews of restaurants on Tripadvisor are very helpful, but as often as not the locations are wrong and way off. Finally, be sure to run your room's humidifier all night. Your dry, chapped lips will be gone, at least for a while.…
Penny is very helpful and friendly who has made my stay there a very pleasant and unforgettable one. She can speak very fluent English and Mandarin. The hotel is very clean and comfortable with excellent location right next to the Bakhor Street and walking distance to Johkang Temple. I also enjoyed the daily breakfast with the Potala Palace view at the top floor of the hotel. Will definitely choose to stay here again if I ever go back to Lhasa and would highly recommend to anyone who is going there !
100% for the best location in old city . you can walk only a few minutes to Jokung temple , quiet area and very nice decoration style. thank you Chewei the owner also the staff for have a good take care of me . i'm a solo traveler and have some attitude sickness symptom and she suggested how to handle with the symptom . hope to visit again and will be choose this hotel .
We staid there twice ( before and after Mt. Everest tour) clean room with nice bathroom and excellent nice service people. The internet is good. The location is excellent only few minutes to Jokha Temple or nice restaurant (like hangsuk 😋) Penny the Manager is a wonderful person. English communication no problem 1star down for poor breakfast.
My husband & I stayed in this hotel as part of our tour package we booked with Explore Tibet. I loved the traditional decor & style of the hotel. It was beautiful. Penny, the receptionist, was amazing. Very helpful and spoke good English. The room we got, was small. There wasn't any space to put our luggage or toiletries. Even a simple rack to hang our clothes would have been good. The bed was comfortable. The room came with a humidifier and a heater. The bathroom was clean and the toilet flushed well. Wifi was not the best. Breakfast was served on the top floor. You have to walk up, no elevator. Didn't mind the exercise. Breakfast was simple.There was toast & eggs and coffee with some Chinese dishes. Location was fantastic! Walking distance to Barkor street & Jokhang temple. Lots of restaurants and there was a Burger King too.Lots of shopping. Short drive to Potala Palace. A nice comfortable hotel. We had a pleasant stay.…
Location is good. within 5min walking distance to bakhor street. car can't reach the hotel. has to walk less than 5min from the main road. Room is spacious, 3 of us shared a room with 2 double beds & an additional bed. Toilet & shower area separated by glass doors, water doesn't wet the whole room. Hot water and presssure is good enough. Basic toiletries, indoor disposable slippers, small bottled water, kettle, heater & dehumidifier are provided. wifi speed is good. Breakfast choices not many..chinese porridge and normal western bread toast with eggs and coffee. but the food tastes good enough. Staffs are extremely friendly. The owner Penny who mans the counter is really nice. The only downside is this hotel has no lift. we stayed at level 3, breakfast area is at level 4 rooftop. bec of the altitude of lhasa..going up the stairs cud b quite a challenge. but the hotel staffs will surely help with the luggage. so just need to take it slow to the top. can always enjoy the beautiful interior design of the hotel in a way..afterall the hotel is designed beautifully. …
The Tashitakge Hotel is perfectly located minutes from the Barkhor circuit and ideal for exploring the old town of Lhasa. The owner speaks perfect English and is genuinely helpful. The rooms are of a high standard and breakfast, although simple, is good. Other reviewers have mentioned hot water issues in the mornings and there is a notice in the rooms advising showers in the afternoon or evening, but our personal experience was of ample hot water at all times. The only downside for some guests would be the lack of a lift. Breakfast is on the top floor, so this could present a problem for some people.
八廓街と大昭寺に非常に近く、素晴らしい立地にあるホテルです。八廓街は朝晩には信者が五体投地などを行う敬虔な姿を見ることができるため、ここへのアクセスが良いのはお勧めです。外観は伝統的なチベットの建物ですが、内部は必要な設備が整い、清潔で快適でした。スタッフも親切で、とても助かりました。 This hotel is located around the Jokhang temple and Bakhor street. The looking to this totel is traditional Tibetan style, but it has everything we need, and it was nice and cozy. The staff was very kind.
Recommended by one of the friends, the photos on its official website totally under rated this amazing hotel. The interior is well decorated with authentic style, but it’s not old and it’s clean and tidy. The owner is a nice lady and she arranged porter to help us bring up the luggage. The room is cozy, neat and tidy. Will definitely stay here again!
We stayed for 5 nights while exploring Lhasa with great fun. Staff was excellent and speak English well that we felt like home. It may be hard to find on the first day, but the location is fantastic with attractions like Barkhor street, temples near by. We love our morning coffee at the backdrop of the Potala Place. This is a gem.