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Lhasa Gang-Gyan Hotel Tibet
Beijing East Road, 83, Chengguan, Lhasa, China
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2.2 mi from city centre, Lhasa, XZ, China 

The Tibet Gang Gyan Hotel offers a comfortable setting when in Lhasa. It also provides a safe, conference rooms and room service.

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Shangri-La Lhasa
8.7 Excellent
19 Norbulingka Road, Chengguan, Lhasa, China
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0.2 mi from city centre, Lhasa, XZ, China 

The hotel is situated in Lhasa and is within a short walk of local attractions, such as the Tibet Museum Lhasa. Guests also have exclusive access to the on-site Chi The Spa and Health Club.

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The St. Regis Lhasa Resort
8.5 Excellent
No. 22 Jiangsu Road, Chengguan, Lhasa, China
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2.5 mi from city centre, Lhasa, XZ, China 

The St Regis Lhasa Resort provides modern 5-star accommodation in Lhasa. It has a spa, as well as free Wi-Fi, a sauna and an indoor pool.

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About Lhasa

The capital of Tibet and a labyrinth of monasteries, temples and colourful market squares, Lhasa draws pilgrims and tourists from far-flung corners of the world. With the Chinese quarter on the west and the Tibetan Quarter on the east, visitors can cross from the elegant Norbulingka Summer Palace to lively street markets and twisting lanes filled with tantalising aromas from small local cafes. Named “Land of the Gods”, it’s common to see traditional Tibetans with spinning prayer wheels circling clockwise around Jokhang Temple, built in the 7th century to hold the official statues of Buddha.

Barkhor Street, the circular road around Jokhang Temple, marks the heart of Old Town Lhasa, where pilgrims and travellers mix with locals at the bustling market, bartering for handmade crafts, prayer shawls, wall hangings and religious trinkets. The temple itself holds the most sacred Buddha statue of all, as the Shakyamuni Buddha was brought from Chang’an 1,300 years ago by Princess Wen Cheng. The bright red-and-white Portola Palace, home of the Dalai Lamas and a UNESCO World Heritage site, sits on the northern slopes of the mountain, opening for one-hour visits to views murals, tombs and chapels and the Dalai Lama’s living quarters.

Travel permits and visas are necessary to visit Lhasa and all of Tibet, typically requiring a tour guide or travel agent. Once in Lhasa, the frequented tourist attractions are navigable by foot, but cycle rickshaws are prevalent and a popular way to get around. Public buses, minibuses and pilgrim buses provide motorised transportation throughout the area.

Lhasa became a prominent political and cultural centre when ruler Songtsen Gampo moved his capital to Lhasa in the 7th century AD. The ruins of his original palace became the Portola Palace, built by the fifth Dalai Lama in the 1600s.

Facts about staying in Lhasa

  • What are the best hotels in Lhasa?

    The St. Regis Lhasa Resort (8.5/10 from 88 reviews), Shangri-La Lhasa (8.7/10 from 81 reviews), and Fengma Feiyang Hostel (9.2/10 from 178 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Lhasa.

  • How much do hotels in Lhasa cost?

    Hotels in Lhasa cost an average of $86/night according to HotelsCombined data in the last 72 hours. A 4- or 5-star hotel in Lhasa had higher average prices of $128/night and $226/night respectively.

  • How much is a cheap hotel in Lhasa?

    $8 per night is the cheapest Lhasa hotel price found in our data from the last 72 hours.

  • How much is a hotel in Lhasa tonight?

    Prices for a hotel in Lhasa tonight are about $107 on average, but HotelsCombined users have found prices as low as $36 for tonight in the last 3 days. The best price found for a 4-star hotel in Lhasa tonight is $127.