For a holiday in a place as novel as it is ancient, choose an Angsana-managed hotel. The hotel is a typical Tibetan building but with unique architecture in a 'Tibetan lamasery' style. Renovated in 2008, the air-conditioned hotel offers a total of 52 rooms. There is a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out service, as well as a hotel safe, currency exchange facilities, cloakroom, lift access and a newspaper stand. The games room, TV lounge and children's playground (fees apply) provide for entertainment, whilst the café, bar, pub and restaurant provide dining and refreshments. The conference facilities and WLAN Internet access may be of use to business guests. Room and laundry services, a car park and bicycle hire also feature.
The hotel's secure location on the south-eastern outskirts of the city is only a 15-minute walk from the town of Gyalthang and around 3 km from Shangri-La Bus Station. It is only 5 minutes' drive from Shangri-La Airport.
The interior decor displays vibrant colours and ethnic textiles to create an intimate ambience, befitting of this exotic, cultural locale. Rich hues of orange, rust and maroon are incorporated in the decorative motif of the Endless Knot, one of the eight auspicious symbols of Tibetan Buddhism. All the accommodation units are en suite and equipped with shower/bathtub, double or king-size bed, direct dial telephone, satellite/cable TV, radio and Internet access. Further amenities include a safe, minibar, tea and coffee making facilities, individually regulated air conditioning and heating. Rooms with a balcony or terrace are available.
Guests can say goodbye to their cares in complete privacy and tranquillity while being pampered with invigorating spa treatments (fees apply). Better yet, they can experience the Angsana Spa with a loved one and rediscover the healing pleasure of touch and the aromas of exotic oils like rosemary, lavender, jasmine and frangipani. The hotel also has parasols and a hot tub. For additional fees, a gym and sauna are available. Guests may also like to go biking.
Metok Pema Restaurant is named after the lotus flower, a symbol of purity. The restaurant focuses on morning and evening meals as guests typically spend the day on tours or away trekking.
The hotel accepts American Express, Diners Club, JCB, MasterCard and VISA.
Direct dial telephone
Satellite cable TV
King size bed