The St Regis in the Middle of Lhasa Tibet is Impressive

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The St Regis in the Middle of Lhasa Tibet is Impressive
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There are many spaces throughout the hotel to cozy up and read or just visit with others. It is a hotel that you could happily spend days at and never leave, but sightseeing calls!

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Where to stay

The St. Regis Lhasa Resort

A regal escape in the ancient Barkhor area, amid the stunning Tibetan landscape.

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The rooms are fabulous, in their size, design and overall ambiance. They are beautifully decorated in an understated elegant way. There is amazing art work in the rooms, and all of the details are upscale and of a high quality.

The bed is super comfortable. We slept well.

We had two rooms during our 2-part stay both before and after our private tour to the North side of Mount Everest as well as other highlights of Tibet. Both were lovely and the 5th floor room had a lovely view of Potala Palace.

The bathroom is exquisite, modern and with every comfort including plush bathrobes.

Lighting in the room is well thought out and includes mood lighting.

There was a large comfortable sitting area with a couch between the bedroom and bathroom

There is a very nice terrace bar on the 6th floor with clear views of the Potala, a fantastic place to hang out in the evening.

The restaurant serves extensive buffets for breakfast and dinner.

There is a spa and swimming pool which we did not use but they sounded very nice.

The staff is first-class in every way.

This hotel sparkles! It is by far the best in Lhasa and a good value for your money. I highly recommend it!

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I highly recommend the St Regis in Lhasa. Tibet is enchanting and well worth a visit. If you want a comfortable but elegant stay, good food, excellent service and amenities, you will want to stay at the St Regis. I would love to plan a "once in a lifetime" trip for you! We combined Tibet and Nepal and I hired a private driver and guide to take us around each country.

This is part of our ongoing series on travel to Asia and Nepal.

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