The Kyichu Hotel is named after the Kyichu River, which in Tibetan is known as 'the river of happiness'. A tributary of the Yarlung Tsangpo (also known as Brahmaputra), and the cradle of the ancient Tibetan civilization, the river meanders through the fertile valley in which the fabled and formerly forbidden city of Lhasa is situated.
It is situated between the sacred Jokhang Temple in Barkhor Square, and the World Heritage famed Potala Palace - and just a few minutes walk from both - in the ancient, traditional quarter of Lhasa. The Kyichu Hotel, like its namesake river, will also bring you happiness and an unforgettable stay while in Tibet.
52 spacious rooms (heated & non-heated), in traditional Tibetan decor ranging from standard to deluxe.
All rooms with attached bathroom and 24 hour hot/cold running water.
International telephone service, fax, internet, email and postal services.
Same-day laundry and dry cleaning services.
Safety deposit boxes and left luggage storage.
Transportation and air ticketing arrangements.
Art Gallery/Gift shop on premises.
Foreign exchange facilities.
In-house medical doctor.
All major credit cards accepted.