Location: Meili Lodge overlooks the majestic Meili Xue Shan mountain range, home to a national park that’s rich in biodiversity and ecological wonders. The extremely remote location makes the lodge all the more exotic and tempting.
History: Meili Lodge is located in a tranquil villages inhabited by just a handful of families, who practice traditional Tibetan herding and farming. The area is also home to a 17th-century Dongzhulin Monastery.
Service: Past guests of the hotel wax lyrical about the infectious smiles and warmth that emanates from the hotel’s friendly, helpful staff.
This charming hotel must be one of the most remote hotels in the world, located in a tranquil village with just five families. It looks out onto one of China’s proudest features - the incredible Meili Xue Shan mountain range, of which each room in the hotel has a fabulous view. Since meals are included in the room price, guests need not worry about carrying around their wallet in this tranquil and relaxed environment. Instead, they may dine in the communal Tibetan restaurant, on anything from Western dishes, to traditional Tibetan yak cheese and barley wine. The cozy book bar provides an array of reading material for guests to enjoy, and bonfire parties are a wonderful occasion for guests to let their hair down, interact with other guests, and enjoy some traditional local performances.