Dhood Gu Hotel-Famous 3 star hotel in Downtown Lhasa-Barkhor Area
Dhood Gu Hotel is located within a block or so of the bazaar and main temple in Lhasa, Tibet. The Dhood Gu Hotel is charming with traditionally painted and decorated rooms and the bathrooms are very western and functional.Tibet Lhasa Dhood Gu Hotel is located on Xiasasu Road, Bajiao Street, Chengguan District, close to Jokhang Temple. The hotel has various types of Tibetan-style rooms, including 10 Tibetan-style double rooms, suitable for honeymoon vacations; 6 of them are Potala Palace Viewing Rooms, 18 Tibetan-style single rooms, 26 twin-bed standard rooms, and the rooms are internationally configured. IDD long-distance telephone, satellite TV, broadband network interface (wireless Internet access in restaurants and halls), independent safes, providing exquisite Tibetan, Western, Chinese, and coffee shops. The hotel has Tibetan and Nepalese styles, which better reflects the rich connotation of Tibetan culture. The hotel has many years of professional experience in serving foreign tourists. Since 2012, it has also been booked by domestic tourists. Tourists can feel the fusion of multiculturalism here. The service is attentive, convenient and fast.
The hotel opened in April 2000 and was newly renovated in April 2007. The main building is 4 floors high, with a total of 57 rooms (sets). From autumn of 2018 Tibet Dhood Gu Hotel spent around 8 month to improve the decoration and their service (both hardware and software) has been greatly improved. This hotel is favorable to foreign travelers. The top location, great food, and friendly services will definitly improve your Lhasa travel experiences.
Special Notice: for foreign tourists who want to book Dhood Gu Hotel, Tibet Local Guide- Tibet Ctrip Tours (local agency) can help clients apply Tibet travel permits and arrange one stop tour services at fairly lower prices.
Dhood Gu Hotel
(Tibetan Dogu Dronkhang and Chinese Duongu Binguan)19 Shasarsu Road, Trom Sikhang
Lhasa , Tibet- Tibet
Phone: (+86 891)632 2555 , 634 2607/24 hours booking 86-13628999610 (Tony sales in Dhood Gu Hotel)
Fax: 632 3555
Dhood Gu Hotel Facilities:
Restaurant (The roof-top restaurant is sometimes open for service and provides great views of Potala and Barkhor area.)
Bakery and Coffee Shop
Business Center with Internet, Email, Fax and Photo copier Services
Doctor on call
Safe Deposit Locker
Baggage Storage Room
Foreign Exchange Facility and major Credit Cards Accepted
Dhood Gu is a popular and centrally located, near Barkhor area. The hotel is owned and run by Tibetan Nepalese family. It has traditional Tibetan decor.
Dhoodgu hotel is one of the recommended middle range hotels in Lhasa. Its staffs are friendly and has long record of providing good service.
Reviews posted on Trip Advisor
“Charming, with Great Location”
Dhood Gu is located within a block or so of the bazaar and main temple in Lhasa. It is charming, with traditionally painted and decorated rooms. The bathrooms are very western and functional, which was a hit. The staff is particularly attentive and friendly. For example, when we asked for a restaurant recommendation, the desk clerk dropped what he was doing and walked us over to the recommended place, about 10-15 minutes away. The breakfasts are quite good. We stayed there three nights and would be happy to return. If you go, don't miss climbing to the roof and seeing the Potala Palace by night. Wonderful.
Posted on September 24,2011 by chris3213, Palm coast, Florida on Trip advisor website.
“In the centre of Tibetan district”
Lhasa is the the center of Tibetan culture and this Hotel is in the Tibetan district, a few minutes from Jokhang temple and Barkhor market. All the district is an big market and you can spend here around some nice hours. The Hotel is quiet and clen. Rooms are nice and in tibetian style. The owners, a nepalese and a tibetian, are very friendly. Breakfast is ok.
Posted on September 13,2011 by GLuka71, Bologna, Italy on Trip advisor website.
“Great location andvery quaint”
We were traveling with a tour group and found the accommodations to be just what we were expecting in Tibet. Our room was very spacious and faced the street, but in the evenings there was very little noise.
The restaurant food was very good and the staff very personable.
My only complaint is it wasn't as clean as I would have liked, but then there are always the complimentary slippers to wear while in the room. And when our bath towels were replaced, I'm not sure if they were replaced with clean or rehung because they were always damp. Oops, that was two complaints.
Posted on September 6,2011 by Tiffany2, Sacramento, California on Trip advisor website.