Kham is another of the three historical regions of Tibet. It extends to the borders with Szechuan and Yunnan in China. The landscape of Kham varies widely from high mountains, to lush forests, to great rivers. Traditionally, Kham was known as Chuzhi Gangdruk, or, “four rivers and six ranges.” Khampa people are known for both their bravery and gentle natures.
This superior category room is located on the second floor, and has two twin beds which can be converted into a king. It also has an attached balcony.
All our rooms have air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, and a minibar. An electric kettle and complimentary herbal tea bags are provided. Laundry service and printing services are also available. If you wish to book transportation to travel within the town, or require pick up and drop to and from the hotel, we are happy to make arrangements with reliable drivers.
Complimentary breakfast will be served.
All rooms are non-smoking.