Songtsen Suite was named after the renowned thirty-third Tibetan king Songtsen Gampo who brought Buddhism to Tibet. His two wives, a Chinese and a Nepalese princess, were themselves devout Buddhists who brought precious statues of the Buddha to Tibet in their dowries. They also built the Jokhang and Ramoche temples, Lhasa’s two main temples, to house these images. The king introduced the Tibetan alphabet, which continues to be used today and initiated the translation of Buddhist scriptures into Tibetan.
This suite contains two adjoining bedrooms– one with a queen bed, and the other with two twins. It is located on the first floor and 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.