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New in 2012, this is the best hotel in town. Rooms are large, bright and modern and come with spacious bathrooms with hot-water showers and complimentary toiletries...
Brand new at the time of research, this is easily the nicest hotel in town. Rooms are small, but smart, modern, and come with very clean bathrooms with reliable hot-water showers...
This small, no-frills, family-run operation is friendly and good value. The owner, Nazgul, who also works for Kazakh Tour, speaks good English and has extensive knowledge about the whole aimag...
The wooden hall and stairwell make for noisy comings and goings from patrons of the attached bar.
Very run down, but ok as a last resort. All rooms have their own bathrooms, but they aren't the cleanest, and the hot water is sporadic.
Bolorjin is a small establishment – only five rooms; all of which are simple, clean and share the hot shower.
Tour operator Blue Wolf offers three large Kazakh-style, and four smaller Mongolian-style gers, all with stoves...
Though slightly rough around the edges, the rooms here are bright and all have hot showers except the dorm whose bathroom is two floors below. The lux room is particularly spacious...
Well-appointed rooms with kettle, wall-mounted TV and hot showers in en-suite bathrooms. Wi-fi in the lobby. Breakfast included. Very little English spoken.
This small whitewashed guesthouse has basic but tidy rooms. All have bathrooms with toilets, but only some have showers. Uugaa, the owner, speaks some English.
Small and smells funny.
Bright, spacious rooms come with small attached bathrooms with hot showers. It's clean and friendly, although no English is spoken and there's a karaoke bar next door.
This is the oldest hotel in town and has a slightly seedy feel to it, but rooms are neat and spacious so it's an ok choice if others are full.
This small, centrally located hotel offers good value, particularly the luxe rooms, which have their own large bathrooms.
Suffering from a chronic shortage of light bulbs and next to a noisy disco.
A polished marble foyer, glass chandeliers and a swanky restaurant create a fine first impression at the Uliastai Hotel...
This large, rundown hotel remains one of the more popular in town (competition isn't great), thanks to helpful staff, large common areas, and wi-fi which extends from the lobby into the ground-floor restaurant...
Clean, comfy beds, reasonably modern bathrooms in working order and friendly staff. The reception is on the 3rd floor past the restaurant and karaoke bar (closed Fridays). Has wi-fi, although it's not always working.
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