Tibetan opera originated with the 11th century saint, Thangton Gyalpo, who organized villagers into dance troupes to raise funds for building chain bridges. Later, opera troupes could be found all over Tibet. The most famous were patronized by the Tibetan government and the aristocracy and performed for the Dalai Lama and the people of Lhasa in the gardens of the Norbulingka.
This premium category room is located on the ground floor, and has two twin beds which can be converted into a king. It also has a private door opening onto a terraced garden.
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.