In the heart of the capital of Mongolia, Shangri-La Ulaanbaatar is an urban oasis, ready to pamper business and leisure guests alike with its spacious suites, exquisite restaurants and expansive health club. The hotel features nearly 300 rooms and suites, each with an impressive vista over downtown Ulaanbaatar, and is in within walking distance of the city’s best shops, restaurants, and historical sights. Fusing contemporary and traditional design, the hotel also offers much for guests to do within its walls, from enjoying a meal and culinary show in the open-kitchen Café Park to enjoying a steam bath and jacuzzi in the luxurious health club.
Location: Situated in the heart of Ulaanbaatar, this cosmopolitan hotel overlooks Nayramdal Park to the south and Great Chinggis Khaan Square to the north, and is just a 40-minute drive from Chinggis Khan International Airport.
History: This luxury hotel, which features both contemporary and indigenous design and includes nine large venue spaces, opened its doors for business and leisure guests in 2015, making it a recent addition to this historic city.
Service: The Shangri-La Ulaanbaatar - as with all of the esteemed Shangri-La locations - offers exceptional service to all guests. For even more exclusive and personalized service, guests at the Shangri-La Ulaanbaatar can become part of the exciting Horizon Club, which includes express check-in and check-out, a private lounge, complimentary breakfast and cocktails, and use of a meeting room.
Featuring some of the largest guestrooms in Ulaanbaatar, the hotel offers rooms and suites of varying sizes and configurations, each with a panoramic view over either Nayramdal Park or the Great Chinggis Khaan Square.
These ultra-comfortable guestrooms are a spacious 452 square feet and feature contemporary decor, a separate bathroom with a marble shower and bathtub, and a large executive writing desk.
This large 904-square-foot suite includes a separate bedroom and living room, as well as exclusive access to the Horizon Club Lounge.
For guests who have opted to join the Horizon Club, these 452-square-foot rooms feature extra amenities and services, including exclusive access to the Horizon Club Lounge on the 21st floor.
Though steps from the most exciting sights in the city, Shangri-La Ulaanbaatar is a destination in and of itself, offering high-end amenities and facilities for business and leisure travelers alike.
For guests looking to host a boardroom meeting or a formal soirée, Shangri-La Ulaanbaatar has the space for it, with large venue rooms fully equipped with WiFi, projection and teleconferencing equipment, and all other audio/visual amenities.
Guests can relax and recharge in the on-site health club, which features a gym, jacuzzi, sauna, and steam bath as well as quality Shangri-La toiletries.
Shangri-La Ulaanbaatar is home to a wide array of restaurants, cafes, bars, and lounges that provide exquisite local and international cuisine. Guests also have access to 24-hour room service.
For all-day dining, guests need look no further than Café Park, an open-kitchen restaurant which features an international buffet as well as multiple food stations, where master chefs whip up Western and Asian dishes to order right in front of guests’ eyes. An a la carte menu is also available.
For the best Chinese cuisine in the city, Hutong serves up delicious Beijing duck, clay pot stews, and northern-style dumplings in their spacious dining area or in private dining rooms.
Enjoy anything from tea to cocktails, pastries to cakes in the relaxing atmosphere of the Lobby Lounge. Guests can relax on the comfy chairs and loveseats and grab a bite with friends, or simply people watch as guests stroll in and out.
This dynamic restaurant and bar features a diverse, contemporary menu as well as music and entertainment well into the evening. To go with their food, guests may sample drinks at the vodka bar or choose from the large selection of international wines.
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