Because of its diverse and extreme climates, Tibet is home to a number of rare and interesting animals. Buddhism encourages developing love for all beings, and so Tibetans look upon many animals that inhabit the Tibetan Plateau with affection. It is even said that in the old days many animals had no fear of humans. The Swedish explorer Sven Hedin wrote in the early 20th century, “The wild animals do not sense that man is their enemy.” These murals feature the giant panda, as well as the tiger and the rare Tibetan antelope.
This superior category room is located on the second floor, and has one queen bed. 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.