Qiarong Hotel

6-87, Chengguan, Lhasa, China.Show Map >
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Room typeMax.BedNetworkBreakfastAvg.rate

Queen Room

  • 15 sqm
  • King bed
  • 1-2 F
  1. Can't extra bed
  2. 1*Double bed 1.8m

Triple Room

  • 10-18 sqm
  • multi Beds
  • 1-4 F
  1. Can't extra bed
  2. 3*Single bed 1m

Standard Twin Room

  • 0 sqm
  • Twin beds
  • 1-2 F
  1. Can't extra bed
  2. 2*Single bed 1.2m

Standard Twin Room

  • 15 sqm
  • Twin beds
  • 2 F
  1. Can't extra bed
  2. 2*Single bed 1.2m

Hotel description

Postcode:850000   Opened:2013   Number of rooms:35   Commercial Area:Tuanjie New Area
Qiarong hotel is located in the South third area of Tuanjie new village, North Linkou Road, adjacent to Potala Palace and Xiaozhao temple, with complete living facilities and convenient transportation.
The unique architectural style of the hotel highlights the rich Tibetan style, with exquisite design and originality. The hotel has a variety of Tibetan guest rooms for your choice, warm and comfortable, with the unique decoration and modern facilities and equipment of Tibetan people, bringing people a different living experience.
Qiarong hotel takes guests as the center and service as the foundation, and is committed to providing guests with comfortable enjoyment of 'home away from home'.

Amenities & services

Breakfast
Ask the front desk for details.
Time
Check-in: From 12:00      Check-out: Until 12:00
General
pulic area of wirless net for free Guest rest area Public area CCTV monitoring system
Services
Fax / Copy Business Services Travel ticketing counter Part of the lobby manager Part of the front desk service
Room Amenities
hot water slippers independent shower public shower Free wash supplies Bathroom Public hair dryer central heating sewing kit Manual curtain Fax TV Bedding: blankets or quilts 220v voltage socket cable channel
Activities
chess room bingpang
Payment
  • Cash

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