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We stayed in the hotel for a week and felt really welcome and looked after.
The hotel has new owners and they just finished the renovations to the property. The rooms were beautifully decorated and so big. There were heaters in each room and the...More
Directly booked the hotel for 4 nights, 2 weeks prior to my stay. They gave me a good deal after asking for discount and was looking forward to my stay at this historical building but when I checked in, I was in disbelief when the...More
Name of the hotel in Tibetan is (Yapshiphunkang hotel) above name is translated from Chinese pinyin..If owner see this review please write a bit about Tibetan name since some client cannot find it.. Location of the hotel is great as only 5-10 minutes walk to...More
This was the home of the 11th Dalai Lama's parents. It is beautifully decorated in the Tabeten style. The rooms are around a courtyard and are spacious with modern baths and amenities. The rooms are not heated or cooled. We were there mid Sept. and...More
The Yabshi Punkhang is beautiful and was originally built around 1838 for the family of the 11th Dalai Lama. The hotel is located in great part of town as it is right in the heart of the Tibetan Quarter. However, the rooms were way overpriced...More