Posted on the "Roof of the World" high in the mountains of the Tibetan administrative capital, the St. Regis Lhasa Resort merges elements of the ancient with modern luxuries. At 12,000 feet above sea level this stunning resort offers unobstructed views of the Himalayas and an absolutely pristine location centered by an azure pond.
Many are drawn to Tibet for its spiritual significance, seeking peace and tranquility. Whether or not this is the goal of your trip, it is certainly an asset to your stay at the St. Regis Lhasa Resort. Taking its architectural cues from the nearby Sera Monastery, the resort comprises eight acres of cobblestone walkways, courtyards, willow trees, and soothing water features, conveying simplicity and serenity sure to enhance your own relaxation.
The 150 rooms and 12 suites are spread over three complexes, each with its own original statues and artworks crafted by local and internationally-renowned artisans. In each of the well-appointed rooms find an appealing palette of neutral tones and fine wood finishes, with an array of luxury amenities and the personalized service of the St. Regis Butler Service available to guests 24 hours a day.
Choose from three gourmet dining venues on the resort, serving up sumptuous Tibetan, international, and Chinese dishes in elegant, scenic atmospheres. Tempting desserts, pastries, and a broad selection of premium wines are also available for sampling.
No journey into tranquililty would be complete without the experience of holistic health. The Iriduim Spa features traditional Tibetan herbal and aromatherapy treatments, a meditation garden, and a gold-tiled indoor swimming pool at its center.
St. Regis Lhasa’s tranquil haven is in close proximity to the wonders of Tibetan history. Holy Buddhist sites are a short walk from the resort, and a hybrid vehicle can ferry guests into the main town, where the palaces of the former Dalai Lamas still stand.Request Information