Stayed here as part of Kailash trip, very poor lighting, frequent power cuts and generator is turned on only after the Europeans complained. bathroom smells and only 1 bed is heated out of 4. We had no choice and were forced to stay
Un passage obligé pour rallier Darchen et effectuer le tour du mont Kailash. Obligé car pas d'alternative. Les chambres à la propreté douteuse n'ont, dans des salles d'eau puantes, que de l'eau froide. Le personnel, sans formation hôtelière vous explique en riant niaisement que l'eau n'est pas chauffée pour des raisons écologiques. Les lits sont toutefois relativement confortables.
I stayed about 3 nights as part of our trip to Kailash Mansarovar yatra 2015. Rooms were comfortable, but there was no lift facility . hotel staff was ok, not getting communicated properly due they don't understand or they don't want to understand. However it takes time to understand people with different language and location. overall it was good
Pilgrims are made to stay in this hotel for acclimatization before proceeding to Kailash Mansarovar. They do not have any choice and are made to share one room with two other persons in the old wing. The newer wing is better equipped but the maintenance of the toilets is bad. The attached toilets in the old wing are as good as non-functional.
The hotel in Purang or Burang depending on which spelling you use, is typical of the hotels found in Tibet. The room is sort of clean and the sheets and blankets questionable but overall and by this point one does not care so much about that. The ceiling plaster is always falling down in these types of hotels. Some rooms get enough hot water for a shower but others not - you can always plug in the tea kettle and have a bucket bath. The hotel is across from the International trade bazaar with lots of Nepali and Indian's trying to sell goods to the Chinese and Tibetans. This is a big military town because it is near the boarder and it is best to be cautious about what and who you take photos of. The best reason to go to Purang is the lovely Karnali river valley and the old monestary on the hill at the entrance to the city.…
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