Minutes from the Historic Ensemble of the PotalaPalace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and in a city with over 1,300 years of history, Shangri-La Lhasa exudes local elegance matching exactly its peaceful and ancient surroundings.
Comprising of 279 sophisticated guest rooms, the rooms and suites combine subtle hints of Tibetan décor with modern amenities offering guests a unique and contemporary home away from home.
Guests can unwind in the hotel’s oxygen lounge and reflexology pavilion while adjusting to the high altitude then revitalise the body and mind at CHI with a soothing signature treatment.
There are four dining options available offering a variety of international and local cuisine. All-day restaurant Altitude features live cooking stations in an elegant and comfortable setting while the hotel’s signature restaurantShangPalace serves authentic Cantonese and Sichuan dishes. The Tibetan-Yunnan tapas bar Shambala blends regional menus with a variety of imported beers, whiskies and cocktails, while more casual dining can be experienced surrounded by the Himalayas on the outdoor patio of Lodgers Lounge.
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