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Thimphu, Bhutan
Reviewed August 25, 2016 via mobile

star does not matter to compare the services in the hospitality industry. Everything in this 3* category hotel is perfect thought faced little difficulty to have conversation with front desk. Friendly and corporative staff...

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Travelling
Reviewed November 4, 2015 via mobile

Dirty. No hot water. Bathroom floor flooded when having a cold shower. Shower faucet broken. Electrical wires coming out of the walls. No lighting. No heating. Stinks. There literally must be somewhere better to stay in Tsetang. There must be. Surely.

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Lhasa, China
Reviewed August 6, 2015

It's an average hotel with average breakfast in Tsedang, it's located little bit away from the center part of Tsedang city. Tsedang itself don't have many options for hotels as well, so i should say it's average hotel.

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Madison, Wisconsin
Reviewed September 7, 2014

This hotel seemed a dirty imitation of a 3* hotel. The first room we were shown was missing lights and a working tv. Both that one and the one we accepted had very dirty carpets and slightly stained bedclothes. On the upside the breakfasts were great, the showers really nice, and the staff friendly, although no one spoke English. This...

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Bangkok, Thailand
Reviewed May 10, 2014

We stayed for 1 night as part of our 14 day tour through Tibet. This hotel was booked by our tour company. Do not book this hotel if you have a choice. No staff here understands any English you need to know some basic Mandarin to communicate and they really don't care (colder than the norm at Chinese hotels). The...

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Somerset West, Western Cape, South Africa
Reviewed April 7, 2014

For those who have traveled to China before, it's pretty much standard for a middle-of-the-road Chinese hotel in an out of the way area. And what I expected. Plenty of space, plenty of hot water, clean linen on hard beds and a good Chinese restaurant just a couple of doors up on the left as you exit the front door....

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Los Angeles, California
Reviewed October 16, 2013

After spending all day going from Lake Namtso to this little temple, stopping at police check points about 15 times, we finally got to Yubhulhakang close to the 3rd largest city in Tibet. The landscape in places is very beautiful until you get close to a town or a village. Then those lovely creeks carrying pure melt water turn into...

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London
Reviewed June 30, 2013

This Chinese hotel opposite the much better looking Tsedang Hotel is just about okay for a night in Tsedang but please do not stay here any longer unless you have to. The reception staff spoke little English, did not seem to care much about the guests despite there being very few, and services were few and far between. My room...

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Budapest, Hungary
Reviewed June 18, 2012

Gives a dirty feeling. Staff speaks no English. Try the 4 star hotel opposite side of the street. Lobby bar did not open whole day. Very strong cigarette smell though my self is a smoker. Cables are possible fire resource in the room.

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hawaii
Reviewed May 27, 2012

A mixed bag. Friendly staff. Substantial buffet, Chinese-cuisine, don't expect any Western fare. The carpet in my room was soaked for mysterious reasons and caused a kind of stinky smell in the room. Clean bathroom. Phone call after 10PM asking me if I wanted a massage....uh, yeah, right, no thanks. But then I've come to expect calls like that in...

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Additional Information about Tibet Yulong Holiday Hotel

Address: No.16 Naidong Road, Zedong Town, Nedong County 856999, China
Location: China > Tibet > Nedong County
Price Range: $48 - $49 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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“Check your room 1st and don't be shy about asking for a different one.”
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“Ask to be on a floor that does not cater for the hourly clientele”
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“Look at the pictures and decide if you still want to stay there.”
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