In Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia offers many hotels (203 Hotels), ranging from 1* to 5*, comfortable and clean. Accommodation in Mongolia is getting more luxury and hotel business is getting expand its range. Since foreign entrepreneurs started to launch their business Hotel industry in Mongolia it getting developed at fast pace. The Ulaanbaatar Hotel rooms rates about 50$-5000$ per nights including breakfast and VAT.
We offer standard double room hotels in tour package. With additional charge for your comfortable we can arrange other possibilities (please ask your Y&M Travel advisor). Outside Ulaanbaatar: Please take in mind that traveling in the countryside of Mongolia is often tough, a trip is conducted in remote areas where there’s no hotel and paved roads exist. Outside of Ulaanbaatar, tourist Ger camps are the best accommodation for travelers. Ger, the principal and classical dwelling of Mongolian which was widely spread among Mongol language tribes and fitted this nomadic way of life. Round form of the Ger gives an opportunity to use space as much as possible.
It is warm in winter, cool in summer and stable to steppe winds and it’s easy to dismount and assemble, during the caring of herder’s family. Another advantage of Ger is it’s constant air circulation: it changes 50-100 times an hour in a Ger. Tourist Ger camps offer comfortable Gers with 1-4 beds with good bedding, and also have western style showers and WCs (mostly shared). A few Ger camps offer en-suite Gers at additional charge (please ask your Y&M Travel advisor for this). Due to remoteness some tourist Ger camps may not excel in service, so travelers may not always expect high pressure showers, bubble baths or gourmet food etc.
For the upmost luxury Ulaanbaatar has to offer there is simply no option other than the Shangri-La Hotel. Your smack-bang in the centre of town with impressive views of the cities sights and distant mountain regions of Mongolia. The 209 suite hotel is an ideal base for both travellers seeking leisure and people in town for business.
The Blue Sky Tower is a destination that combines a luxury hotel, prime office and residential units on top of a superb collection of exclusive amenities.
Standing 105 meters high with 25 stories, the Blue Sky Tower is the tallest and most glamorous development in Ulaanbaatar.
Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace, Mongolia, which is located in close proximity to the bustling metropolis area of Ulaanbaatar city. With 99 luxury rooms and suites, it provides unique and modern accommodation. Guests can re-energies with a workout in the state-of-the-art fitness center, or enjoy the most relaxing and purifying spa experience at the luxurious in-house Aster Spa.
The Best Western Premier Tuushin Hotel 5*
Located in the heart of the city, the very center of Ulaanbaatar, within 100 meters from Sukhbaatar Square and the Government Palace, the Best Western Premier Tuushin Hotel offers 198 rooms. All sections and parts of the hotel have modern furnishings and decorations which satisfy the latest world quality standards.
The Corporate Hotel is an elegant hotel conveniently located in busy areas and business districts of Ulaanbaatar. The majority of tourist attractions and business areas are easily accessible within 5 minutes drive. Well-appointed 55 rooms are beautifully decorated and newly renovated to make you feel at home.
Chinggis Khaan Hotel enjoys a quiet location in a primary residential area. It houses an indoor swimming pool, massage and sauna services, a trendy nightclub, karaoke rooms and a variety of dining options. Free Wi-Fi is provided.
Near Gandantegchilen Monastery and Mongolian historic sites for elegance and fine service, we invite you to stay at our Ramada Ulaanbaatar Citycenter hotel. We offer a very convenient location in the center of town, near the Gandantegchilen Monastery, several businesses, and many local sights and attractions that underscore the rich nature and beauty of our region.
Bayangol Hotel opens its doors since 1964 and it has always played a significant role in the Mongolian tourism and hospitality industry. The Government privatized the hotel in 1991, since then, it was the first privately owned and managed hotel in Mongolia. Bayangol hotel got its 4 star status and has been the preferred lodging for royalty, as well as tourists and business guests in well furbished 211 guest rooms with 360 beds.