Price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
Average nightly price per month
Average nightly price
Top tips for finding the perfect Tibet hotel
Book more than 90 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Tibet accommodation.
The region of Lhasa is famous for its three great university monasteries: Drepung, Ganden and Sera. You can easily find accommodation in Lhasa through the KAYAK website; consider a stay at Shannan Zeyuan Theme Hotel.
Tingri County has plenty to offer for nature lovers. Here, you can find many mountain ranges, including one of the most legendary peaks in the world: Mount Everest. Find accommodation close by, such as at Tingri Bebar Hotel. The hotel provides extra amenities such as laundry service, car hire and 24h desk reception.
For culture and a historic stay, find a hotel in the Gyantse region. It’s filled with the historic city, a fortress and a tortoise lake; you can stay locally at Gyantse Hotel.
If you’re interested in archeology, find a hotel in Zanda county. It has ancient ruins of the Guge Kingdom, a mummy cave, as well as natural attractions such as Zhada Earth Forest National Park and Xiangquan River Canyon. KAYAK offers hotels in the region, such as Xianshi Business Hotel.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Tibet
What is the most popular destination in Tibet?
Based on KAYAK hotel searches, the most popular destination is Lhasa (100% of total searches to Tibet).
Where is a good place to stay for Tibet’s nightlife?
For some of the best of Tibet’s top karaoke bars and venues with live performances of blues, pop music or line dancing, book your hotel in the central area of Lhasa. The main bars are all located around Jiangsu East Road and along Beijing East Road. Look for a hotel within walking distance of the Lhasa nightlife; consider a stay at Shambhala Palace Lhasa Tibet. The hotel is well located and provides extra amenities such as room service, 24h desk reception and an airport shuttle.
What are some of the best luxury hotels in Tibet?
For a luxurious and private getaway in Tibet, head to Songtsam Lodge Laigu. The hotel provides scenic visuals to the surrounding mountain range, with modern and boutique furnishings. For a luxury stay closer to a city, consider a stay at The St. Regis Lhasa Resort. This hotel is in the heart of Lhasa and offers lush amenities, such as an indoor pool, a spa and wellness centre, an onsite restaurant and a lounge bar.
Where is a suitable place to stay for shopping?
The ancient, circular Barkhor Street in Lhasa provides a popular variety of shopping in Tibet. The circular route offers boutiques with handcrafted goods, art galleries and market stands. Find a hotel within walking distance for a relaxing shopping experience. Consider a stay at Zmax Lhasa Potala Palace Square. It offers a modern and lush stay, steps away from the shops, an on-site bar, a taxi service and 24h security and reception.
Where should I stay in Tibet for business-related travel?
When travelling to Tibet for business, consider a stay at Intercontinental Hotels Lhasa Paradise. It provides an onsite business centre, with currency exchange, meeting and banquet facilities, a wake-up service and car hire. There is also a shuttle service to help you to and from the airport. The staff at this hotel are multilingual and are available at all hours at the reception desk.
Where to stay in Tibet?
Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Tibet by showing you the exact location of each hotel.