Location: Located in the heart of Mongolia’s capital city, Ulaanbaatar, the hotel is surrounded by attractions and activities to fill the days and nights, from opera houses, to shopping malls, and fine dining restaurants.
History: Though the hotel is quite new, having opened in 2012, it is situated close to a host of Ulaanbaatar’s historical sites, from museums, to the Gandan Monastery, built in the mid-19th century.
Service: The Blue Sky Hotel is known for providing some of the highest quality service Mongolia has to offer.
This five-star contemporary hotel is situated in the city’s business district and more interestingly in Ulaanbaatar’s tallest building. The hotel, decorated in a classic European style, has many top quality facilities including an indoor pool, gym, wellness centre, sauna and a business centre. There are many services on offer to make your stay as comfortable and convenient as possible such as 24-hour room service, car rentals, currency exchange, laundry services, luggage storage, safety deposit boxes and a 24-hour front desk. Diners will be spoilt for choice with the Cantonese, Japanese, Korean and western food on offer at the hotel’s restaurants. The rooms feature free WiFi, flat-screen TVs with cable channels, en-suite bathrooms with a bathtub and shower facilities as well as a minibar luxury toiletries, hairdryers and slippers.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
All rooms offer stunning views of the cityscape, and are designed in a contemporary, chic style just like the impressive building itself. All rooms come with queen beds or two single beds, a satellite TV, duck-down comforters and 100% cotton covers, a refrigerator and mini-bar, and a bathroom with separate bath and shower.
The hotel’s Sky Superior Room is ideal for families, with two double beds, and family-type connecting rooms. The bathroom has a glass wall, adding a chic, cutting-edge element to the room. Guests will enjoy complimentary breakfast and in-room WiFi.
The hotel’s well-appointed Standard Floor Skye Deluxe Room has a nature-inspired motif, displayed in a stylish, yet comfortable, environment. Guests will enjoy complimentary breakfast and in-room WiFi.
The hotel’s luxurious Urban Suite comes with, as the name suggests, stunning views of Ulaanbaatar city skyline. The suite’s design is meant to inspire comfort, while maintaining a strong sense of style. Inside, guests are provided with a joint bedroom and living room area.
Guests can choose between a relaxing swim, a workout in the cutting-edge fitness club, or sweating it out in the sauna, at the Blue Sky Hotel.
The hotel’s state-of-the-art fitness center is said to provide the highest level of service available in Mongolia. Those who require one-on-one attention may hire one of the hotel’s own personal trainers.
Guests may enjoy the hotel’s dry sauna, from Finland, with its own private shower booth, as well as a selection of hot, warm, and cold bathtubs.
The hotel provides guests with a climate-controlled swimming pool in a luxurious atmosphere, complete with lockers, showers, a poolside bar for guests to enjoy refreshments, and even tanning beds.
Blue Sky Hotel’s Lounge is the place to be, perched on the hotel’s top two floors, with incredible city views. The decor is stylish and chic, while the beverage list is long and impressive. Imported cigars are available
For nighttime entertainment, guests can head to Club Vegas, one of Mongolia’s hottest and most unique bars. The club features live DJs and bands performing on a nightly basis.
The hotel’s Jade Palace is a Cantonese restaurant that fuses traditional cooking techniques with natural flavors in a contemporary atmosphere.
Guests can taste the flavors of Seoul in the heart of Mongolia, at this Korean restaurant.
Seasons serves up healthy meals in either a main dining hall or private dining rooms, all of which exude a warm and lively atmosphere. On the weekends, guests are treated to a delectable international buffet.
Signature restaurant’s chefs expertly dish out some of the finest in French and European cuisine amidst stunning cityscape views from the tower’s top floor.
This Japanese restaurant serves up artful creations in a warm and friendly atmosphere, with live cooking entertainment.
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