Welcome to Kyichu Hotel (Jiqu Fandian), your Lhasa “home away from home.” Kyichu Hotel (Jiqu Fandian) aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Nearby landmarks such as XiZangZiZhiQu LaSaShi BaKuo Jie BuXingJie (0.2 mi) and Canggu Temple (0.3 mi) make Kyichu Hotel (Jiqu Fandian) a great place to stay when visiting Lhasa.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and Kyichu Hotel (Jiqu Fandian) makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
In addition, guests can enjoy free breakfast during their visit.
While in Lhasa, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Kyichu Hotel (Jiqu Fandian), including Tibetan Family Kitchen (0.2 mi), Dunya Restaurant (0.2 mi), and House of Shambhala Restaurant (0.4 mi).
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Jokhang Temple (0.3 mi) and Barkhor Street (0.1 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Kyichu Hotel (Jiqu Fandian) puts the best of Lhasa at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The hotel was in a fantastic location to explore the Jokhung Temple and surround lanes and the Potala Palace. The entrance was small and underwhelming but the courtyard and hotel rooms were good. The room was well equipped and clean and fairly modern. The shower worked well and bathroom was clean. The breakfast was simple but good, perhaps not enough tables. I would recommend staying at the hotel for the excellent location.
Located in the middle of the Tibetan quarter, with a walking distance to Barkhor Market and, Jokhang Temple and many great authentic restaurants. Underwhelming entrance to this hotel leads to a very nice courtyard where you can relax and have coffee or something to eat. The room was very nice and spacious, but bathroom need some updating and improvements. Safe in the room was permanently "locked" and despite of assurance from the hotel manager was never fixed during our stay. Internet connection was very spotty and not reliable.
I liked this hotel. It had a friendly quirky feel to it and reassuringly was used by a lot of locals. A pleasant courtyard garden area to have tea or a drink. Rooms clean and comfortable. Bathroom had a good shower and plenty of hot water. My room had underfloor heating but it wasn’t needed. There wasn’t an in-room safe but valuables could be handed in for safe keeping at the reception. Breakfasts had a good choice and decent coffee. Hotel within easy walking distance of Barkhor street in one direction and the viewing area for Potala Palace floodlit at night in the other. We were there for 3 nights and I’d recommend this hotel, it’s nothing grand but has a lovely feel to it, I enjoyed the stay.
The Hotel is located in a good walking distance to Potala Temple, Jokhang Temple (further old Lhasa is near), Supermarket opposite of the street and massage parlor around the corner (you can book at the Kyichu Reception, Pemba and his team doing a great massages). The wonderful garden, inside the Kyichu is always a welcomed relaxing point and you can have a coffee or a drink served by the friendly and charming staff. The rooms are very comfortable and enough space to relax and doing paperwork aswell. Bathrooms are very nice, the facilities are very good and we had always warm water. Food at the Kyichu is recommended...Yak Burger is delicious, they do excellent pakora and Momos aswell...you'll find Nepali, Tibetan and even some international dishes on the menu. Breakfest depends on how many people ate in the hotel, less people, you can order eggs, mashed potatoes etc. If the hotel is full, you'll have mushrooms, potato, blinis, bacon abd different eggs on the buffet. Which is reasonable and understandable...but still you can ask and order if needed. The staff is amazing, even not everyone speaks fluently english...they are more than helpfull, caring and they are very charming and U rest well 😊. Indra and his Team, do everything to make your stay a wonderful experience...Excellent customer Service...i can recommend the Lhasa Kyichu Hotel, we had a wonderful and amazing timne there.…
Stayed here for 4 nights as part of a tour and thought the hotel was great. Although it doesn’t look much from the outside once you are inside there is a lovely and quiet garden away from the hustle and bustle. Our room was nice and big with a comfy bed, underfloor heating and hot water (unlike most of the other places we stayed in Tibet). The food was great in the hotel, although not very cheap, and we enjoyed every meal. Service was excellent with all staff speaking great English. Would recommend and would stay again in Lhasa.
We are most grateful to the GM of Shangri-La, Lhasa- Ms Claudia Lee for her professionalism, work passion and friendship during our recent stay. Her staff were all very disciplined, accommodating and also passionate in their work. Being at a very high altitude I recommend travellers stay longer to aclimatize themselves to prevent altitude sickness. The hotel’s oxygen spa is an excellent place and the attending doctor is on stand by 24 hours. Kudos to Shangri-La for having such excellent management and staffers!
Stayed there 3 nights and then a further 3 nights after coming back from Mt Everest. You just can't beat the location, being 10 minutes walk from Jokhang Temple, in the heart of Tibetan area of Lhasa. The staff bend over backwards to accommodate your needs. The restaurant is the best restaurant in Lhasa. Felt very comfortable with the cleanliness and hygiene. The garden is an oasis of calm and tranquillity in the middle of bustling Lhasa. Highly recommended.
The facade and the reception area are rather underwhelming, but things improve when you pop out into the lovely sunny garden. Although our reservation was for a super deluxe room we were shown to a pretty drab room with an unheated bathroom. After speaking to the manager we moved to a far better ground floor room, though I’m not convinced that we actually got the room we had paid for. Other than that, the room was comfortable with excellent under floor heating and plenty of hot water. The breakfasts were okay; other meals were of variable quality. I’d suggest avoiding the yak curry - mine was 80% skin and fat, not very appetising. Overall, I guess this is probably a good choice in Lhasa.
Difficult to evaluate since this was the only hotel we stayed in , in Tibet. We were attracted to it’s central location, very near Barkhor market and it’s so called characteristically Tibetan style. For Western tastes, the hotel was certainly fairly basic with the minimum of comforts ie one bottle of water each for the entire stay of 4 days, thin towels, one roll of loo paper , poor quality toiletries etc On the plus side the staff were pleasant enough especially a young lady on reception with very good English. The restaurant served a just about acceptable standard of evening meal but the breakfast was pretty basic and tedious in it’s lack of variety. The courtyard garden was a good plus and a very pleasant place to sit in during the warm, sunny afternoons. Restaurants we tried and found acceptable were : Lhasa Kitchen, Namaste , Snowland and Dunya. However the general lack of hygiene everywhere was disappointing. …
Rating it very good with respect to Tibet standards. Great location and quiet. Older facility with basic but clean room furniture and fixtures. Nice courtyard with seating. Good food in restaurant for dinner and breakfast. The hotel had character and would recommend.