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13 Oct 2017
“SAW horror hotel. Yes really.”
7 Oct 2017
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Reviewed 13 October 2017

I feel bad writing this, as tourism is down and it is clearly evident within this hotel. Once, it may have been really amazing. Now - not at all. 1) Our toilet was broken (found out AFTER we used it), and we needed to be...More

Thank ninska_10
Reviewed 7 October 2017 via mobile

Worst most disgusting hotel ever. Blood stained sheets, filthy,smelly bathrooms. Very poor service at the restaurant and indifferent staff. There are very limited choices in Sakya, if you do have to stay here be sure to bring a sleeping bag liner to sleep in!

Thank debra w
Reviewed 3 September 2016 via mobile

What to say about this hotel, actually it is horrible and dirty, the carpet is disgusting, you don't want to walk barefoot on this. Hot water only between 19.00 - 07.00. But when you want to visit Mount Everest and don't want to stay in...More

Thank Edwin E
Reviewed 15 May 2016

This hotel is typical of many in Tibet. On our travels we found that the Tibetan owned hotels were floundering in the light of restrictions on foreign travellers. As many they are not the cleanest or the warmest but Sakya is a lovely town worth...More

Thank Jane A
Reviewed 19 April 2014

Yes, the place is freezing, and basic, and there is no hot water in the shower, and the rooms are smelly. But that's really common enough for that part of the world. The good thing about this place: It's very clean; there is a water...More

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