Jutting out from Ulan Bator’s immense city skyline like a lapis glass wing, The Blue Sky Hotel & Tower is a sleek and modern hotel in the heart of the city’s bustling shopping district. Distinguished for its exquisite guestrooms, wide spectrum of fine dining restaurants, and spectacular views of Ulan Bator, this Peace Avenue location puts the capital city right at guests’ fingertips.
Ten options of guestrooms and 33 suites at The Blue Sky Hotel & Tower represent the epitome of serene and luxurious Mongolian accommodations. Warm earth tones are complemented with accents of light blue, which perfectly match cityscape skies outside the floor-to-ceiling windows. Glass ensconced bathrooms are intriguingly designed with rain showers, separate soaking tubs, L’OCCITANE bath amenities, and blinds for privacy. The exclusive Presidential Suite is the most coveted area, with distinctive bronze designs, a private kitchen, three powder rooms, and two bathrooms with Finnish dry saunas and Jacuzzis.
The hotel is home to nine uniquely memorable dining and drinking establishments. Begin at Seasons for international buffets, live cooking, and wholesome Sunday brunches, and move to Café de la Paix (Peace Avenue Café) for quality coffees and delicious homemade cakes. The region’s finest flavors come to life with the hearty Korean dining at La Seoul, fine French and Asian fusion cuisine at Signature, Japanese specialties at Zen, and Cantonese favorites at Jade Palace. Enjoy cold beer and barbecues at the open air Terrace Bar on the 7th floor or opt for spectacular views and live performances at the hotel’s topmost Blue Sky Lounge. Club Vegas is perfect for those looking for a taste of the Mongolian bar scene, with DJs, live bands, and colorful theme parties. Relax and re-energize at the spacious Bliss Fitness Club equipped with state of the art equipment, indoor swimming pool, and sauna rooms.
Located in Ulan Bator’s premier shopping and business district, The Blue Sky Hotel & Tower is within walking distance to many of the city’s best landmarks. Visit the Gandan Monastery for private tea with one of the high-ranking lamas in his private chambers and stop in the National Museum for an overview of Mongolia’s history and culture.Request Information