Songtsam Linka Lijiang
Why We Love This Hotel
Explore: Lijiang’s old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site surrounded by incredible wild spaces, meaning guests to this remote corner of the globe will have no shortage of sights to explore during their stay.
A Chance to Unplug: The Songtsam Linka Lijiang is located just outside of Lijiang in an intimate Naxi village that has a slow pace of life and invites visitors to set aside the pressures of modern life and enjoy the moment.
Style: The hotel’s unique combinations of Naxi-Dongba, Chinese-Hantang, and Tibetan-influenced art pieces infuse the hotel with a distinctive style.
- Lijiang, China
- Hotel Type
- Location Type
- Coffee Shop
- Fitness Center
- Outdoor Pool
Sunlight floods through floor-to-ceiling Naxi-style windows into these well-appointed rooms with wood floors and wood-paneled or painted walls, making for a welcoming atmosphere. The room has a balcony space, and its interior has a sofa, a writing desk, and either a king-size bed or two twins. There is a private bathroom that is stocked with essential toiletries, and the room also has a flat-screen television.
The spacious Deluxe Suite can accommodate up to two adults and one child. The room has wooden floors, exposed wooden structural beams, and tasteful furniture. The collection of warm, earthy colors come together to instill the suite with a tranquil feeling, and the room has a balcony, a private bathroom stocked with essential toiletries, and a comfortable bed.
The family suite is a spacious room that can accommodate up to four, along with one small child. The room has a balcony and a private bathroom that is stocked with essential toiletries and fitted with a bathtub.
The boutique offers a collection of handcrafted artisan items that were handpicked by the Songtsam team and are available for purchase. Items range from Tibetan carpets and wall tapestries to antique jewelry pieces and ethnic homewares.
The hotel’s 24-hour gym features technologically advanced workout equipment, including cycling machines, spinners, treadmills, cross trainers, strength machines, and a yoga room.
This relaxing library features a rich collection of books on ethnic cultures.
The hotel’s on-site spa has four therapy rooms and sauna cabins. It is elaborately designed to provide traditional Kum Nye Tibetan massages.
The outdoor heated pool is more than 2,000 square feet in size, and it is equipped with a circulating water system and filtration facility that allows guests to swim during all four seasons.
The hotel’s café serves a variety of drinks and snacks, such as ginger tea with brown sugar and homemade barley cookies.
This restaurant can host up to 80 guests, and it also has VIP dining rooms, some of which can accommodate up to 20 guests. The menu includes local specialties like pork rib hotpot and other Naxi dishes.
Able to seat 26 guests, this restaurant offers a breakfast buffet, afternoon tea, a la carte dishes, and a selection of handpicked wines.
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