AddressTeppe Baba Shah BamiyanSee nearby area
- +93 79 9212 543
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Lonely Planet review
This is Bamiyan’s oldest hotel and one of the few still run by the ATO. The luxury yurts the hotel boasted in the 1970s have been rebuilt, offering one of Afghanistan’s most novel accommodation options. Standard rooms in the main hotel have shared bathrooms. There’s a pleasant garden, although the high perimeter walls block great views across the valley. The restaurant is Bamiyan’s best eating choice; a three-course meal with soup and fruit costs around 200Afg.
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