Shangri-La Ulaanbaatar

​Soaring 95 metres over the city, the 21-storey, glass-walled Shangri-La Ulaanbataar is located in the heart of the Mongolian capital.

Soaring 95 metres over the city, the 21-storey, glass-walled Shangri-La Ulaanbataar is located in the heart of the Mongolian capital. The first thing that strikes you when you enter is the four monumental chandeliers hanging above a marble lobby – a sign of what’s in store throughout the hotel. Venture inside to find 290 guest rooms, each spanning at least 42 square metres, amongst the largest in the city. All rooms are delicately designed with an indigenous flavour and modern amenities: a deluxe deep-soaking bathtub and rain shower, minibar, LED TV, Italian sheets, air-conditioning and complimentary Wi-Fi.  Rooms and suites overlook either Nayramdal Park to the south or Great Chinggis Khaan Square and panoramic vistas of the city to the north.

 Impressive culinary delights await in the hotel’s four restaurants: Café Park presents a variety of cuisines from around the globe with a theatrical open-kitchen concept – the first in the city. Naadam boasts commanding views of the city, mountains and more and regional Chinese dishes are the flavour at Hutong. The refined surrounds of the Lobby Lounge make for excellent people-watching over afternoon tea and beverages. The Health Club includes a gym, Jacuzzi, sauna and steam bath and restorative massage and aromatherapy treatments are available. 

Why we like it

  • Panoramic views in some of the largest guest rooms in the city
  • Only moments from the Great Chinggis Khan Square and other iconic sites
  • Four excellent restaurants
  • Spacious bathrooms with deep-soaking bathtubs and rain showers

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