This basic hotel, at an altitude of 4,400m, is quirkily furnished with styles ranging from contemporary to old-world Tibetan. The rooms are tired, the walls thin, beds sunken and there is no heating but there is hot water (in theory)! Having said this, it's the best option available for miles!
The traveller sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see.G. K. Chesterton