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Reviewed October 9, 2011

We stayed at this hotel over National Holiday, as part of a trip that also included stops in Jiuzhaigou and Xiahe. Our travel agent selected the hotel for us, and while it wasn't anything awe-inspiring, it wasn't a bad choice either.

PROS
Great location. It's right next to one of the big monasteries and only a few minutes' walk from several decent restaurants.

Beds are comfortable, with actual duvet covers. The room was clean. While the shower needed a bit of work (one of the handles popped off mid-shower), the water was always hot. Typical problems with water leaking all over the bathroom floor, but that's to be expected at a mid-range hotel in the hinterlands of China.

CONS
No languages other than Chinese (possibly Tibetan?) spoken at the desk. Housekeeping staff laughs at requests for toilet paper. Rooms are absurdly cold at night and require several layers of blankets.

At check-out, our rooms were policed over carefully, which doesn't lend to great feelings of the staff. They wouldn't let us leave until they were absolutely certain a wash cloth was accounted for.

Overall, it's not a bad hotel. Certainly not the best, but not bad for the price we paid. I would recommend it to people looking for a convenient place to stay during a few days in Langmusi.

Date of stay: October 2011
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2  Thank Sevarem
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Reviewed August 18, 2011

We checked in here as it was close to where the bus dropped us off and reviews of the place didn't seem too bad. For nearly 300RMB we got a pretty dirty room with broken bathroom fittings and somewhat dubious sheets/coverings. We found a much better guesthouse (don't know the name as it was in Chinese only) run by a muslim family at the other end of town for our subsequent nights and only 200RMB a night. Look around Langmusi before you check in.

Date of stay: August 2011
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2  Thank Roux
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Reviewed July 1, 2010

Langmusi is a very small Tibetan town with 2 large monasteries. The Langmusi Hotel is located across the street from the Langmusi Horse Trekking Company. The rooms are fairly ordinary, but are fairly clean and spacious and have hot water in the evenings. The owner, A Tibetan named Kelsang, speaks English well and can also organize hiking and culture tours in the area. He is also half-owner of the horse trekking company across the street.

The hotel has dorm style rooms along with standard rooms with attached bathrooms. The hotel offers a laundry service and is quite helpful with just about anything you may need. The Snowy Mountain Cafe is located next door from the hotel and offers good western food and coffee. Leisha's and the Amdo Cafe also offer good food with reasonable prices. The Tibetan Bar and Entertainment Center is a great place to hang out with large screen TV's, free wireless and excellent Tibetan and Chinese food.

I have been to Langmusi several times and will always stay here.

Date of stay: May 2010
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2  Thank thelandofsnows
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Reviewed January 17, 2010

This hotel is fine for backpackers. Standard Chinese hotel. About £10/£12 a night. Relatively quiet, unless you get unlucky with a hoard of Chinese tourists. Hot water available between 7-11 am and pm. Good location, but then the whole town consist of 3 roads, so you can't really be in a bad location!

Leishas cafe is fine for western/ local food. Round the corner from the main road towards the gorge is a great little white place with glass doors, run by 2 chiese girls. Serves great stew! You can write on the walls.

The horse trekking/ nomad trelling is just over the road from Langmusi hotel and they are VERY helpful. Go to Langmusi youth hostel on the main road to meet Mohan, the guy who runs it. Very friendly and helpful. Free wifi and PC available. If you need taxis etc, he's your guy. Plus, its practically the only place in western China you can get a glass of Baileys! You can stay there too.

Date of stay: August 2009
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Reviewed August 23, 2016 via mobile
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Date of stay: August 2016
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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