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Inspired décor pays homage to the beauty of Tibetan culture and arts in each of the 121 rooms, 27 private villas, and 14 suites at The St. Regis Lhasa Resort. Simple elegance meets modern technology with custom-designed furnishings, including sofas and chairs, writing desks, and armoires.

Wood accents and lattice work, polished wood floors, and fine wool carpets add to the residential feel. In addition to its interior beauty, every guest room, villa, and suite offers a stunning view, from the Potola Palace to the Tibetan landscape and wonders of Lhasa City or the resort's lush garden and lake.

High-tech features include 42-inch LCD flat panel televisions and two telephones (cordless and corded). Cable and wireless High Speed Internet Access are available in all rooms. Each room includes a hairdryer and lap-top size safe, as well as access to 24-hour In-Room Dining and twice daily maid service including nightly turn-down service.

Sumptuous beds are layered with 350-thread-count linens and every bathroom is generously sized. Each features heated slate floors, dual vanities, separate showers and tubs. All rooms include soft bathrobes and Remède Amenities.

Whatever the request, signature St. Regis Butler Service is available any time, day or night

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Located in the eastern part of Lhasa, The St. Regis Lhasa Resort is this unique city’s most coveted address—conveniently located in the famed Barkhor area. The sweeping landscapes surrounding this exclusive resort provide a timeless, inviting setting for contemplation as well as exploration.

The word "Lhasa" is Tibetan for "the holy land" and with an altitude of 3,680 meters above sea level, Lhasa is one of the highest cities in the world. Lhasa is the capital of China’s Tibet Autonomous Region and has a fascinating history dating back more than 1,300 years.

The St. Regis Lhasa Resort faces the World Heritage Site, the Potala Palace, once the chief residence of the Dalai Lama. A mere six minutes by car from the resort, the palace has been converted into a museum. Jokhang Temple, another iconic structure and Norbulingka, the Dalai Lama’s former Summer Palace, are also close by.

Allow our chauffeur to take you on a guided tour to visit other extraordinary sites including Mount Everest, the “Goddess Mother of the Land’ and the Tashilunpo Monastery, founded in 1447. Yungbulakang, also known as “the Mosher and Song Holy Hall,” is an ancient palace built during the second century BC and sits atop the east bank of the Yalong River.

The resort is within a 10 minute walk to the ancient Barkhor shopping area and Jokhang Temple. Lhasa has many other famed attractions to explore including Barkhor Street, Lhasa's oldest thoroughfare, brimming with eclectic market stalls and diverse colorful architecture.

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The St. Regis Lhasa Resort steeps its guests in the beauty and serenity of Tibetan culture—from exquisitely crafted architectural details to the traditional healing Tibetan herbal treatments offered in the sanctuary of our Iridium Spa. The resort is configured to pay homage to this mystical and historic country in every way. A Meditation Garden offers a sacred space for quiet contemplation and an in-house Travel Agency stands ready to assist guests in further explorations, near or far.

Guests are invited to join in morning yoga instructions and evening rituals when scheduled, including the St. Regis tradition of champagne sabering. Cooking classes taught by local masters offer hands-on immersion in the heart and soul of the cuisine and are available for everyone with advance reservations.

Should guests need to keep up with work, the resort staffs a Business Center 24 hours a day.

Bespoke St. Regis Butler Service is available to all guests any time, day or night.

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Dining reaches exquisite new heights with stunning views at The St. Regis Lhasa Resort. We are pleased to offer three full-service restaurants, a gorgeous tearoom, and an extraordinary wine bar.

Social is a favored destination for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and features a menu of fresh international cuisine with buffet and à la carte choices available. Si Zi Kang, the region’s first luxury Tibetan restaurant, blends Tibetan and Nepalese cuisine prepared with the best ingredients available. At Yan Ting, guests enjoy authentic Chinese fare; in the Drawing Room, it's the delights of exotic, perfectly brewed teas from around the world. And at Decanter by Haut-Brisson, it's always a pleasure to toast the day with an excellent vintage wine or artisan cocktail in a splendid setting.

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