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St Regis Lhasa Resort, Lhasa

Accommodation in Tibet

St Regis Lhasa Resort, Lhasa
Tibet offers a mixture of characterful guesthouses and more functional Chinese business hotels, while more deluxe options are just beginning to appear in the capital. Lhasa has some of our favourite choices, with several central hotels that are beautifully decorated in the Tibetan style and even five star luxury, a rarity in this part of the world.

The finest view of perhaps any accommodation in the world is found at the basic Rongbuk Monastery, in the very shadow of Everest. For the adventurous, a night under canvas on the shore of breathtaking Lake Namtso is also a memorable experience.

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Tibet accommodation options

When you choose your accommodation in Tibet, we can suggest a variety of places to stay that range from luxury properties to family-run guesthouses and hotels in restored historic buildings. They all come recommended by our specialists from their own experience of staying there. Using the filters below you can refine the accommodation options to the places you’re planning to visit.

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Places to stay in Tibet

You can choose from a range of accommodation options when you plan your trip. Our preferred choices usually come recommended for their character, facilities and service or location. Our specialists always aim to suggest properties that match your specific preferences.

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    Accommodation by rating

    We regularly inspect accommodation in Tibet, handpicking our recommended choices. Based on our first-hand experience, we award these properties an Audley rating, which reflects its range of facilities and level of service.

    First Class

    A high standard of accommodation with a wide range of facilities.


    A good standard of accommodation, reasonable range of facilities.


    Very primitive accommodation where we are not aware of anything better.