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Hotel is interesting and different. None of the staff spoke any English but I don't consider that a problem as sign language works. The big problem is that the rooms are filthy dirty. Had a pair of socks left over from a previous guest next...More
This was the latter stage of my tour of China in May 2015. I had already visited Beijing and Xian.
I didnt know quite what to say when I arrived - certainly I have never stayed in a hotel that felt like a mueum/art gallery...More
The hotel is nice, but don't expect super luxury Western standards. In the end, you are in Tibet and some thinks work and some others, don't. It's just this way. The hotel has a big collection of Tibetan artifacts, so it's somehow like a museum....More
The Brahmaputra is advertised as 5 star. Unfortunately, does not meet the conditions that should be a 5 star hotel. The main problems are: the staff do not know the basics of English, dirty rooms not functioning air conditioning, no fridge in the room .......More
Bring a jacket! And time! And an empty stomach!
We went there to check out the museum (free and with great exhibits and great pictures from Lhasa's early days), but ended up having lunch there as well. And loved it! Huge selection of Tibetan, Chinese,...More
$76 - $101 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#17 Luxury Hotel in Lhasa
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