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The 3-star Tulip Inn Shangmo is a Tibetan style hotel located in green, peaceful surroundings just 10 km from Jiuzhai Huanglong Airport. It is laid out like a small village, and consists of several fully refurbished Tibetan houses offering a lot of character and all modern comfort. Enjoy the unique and colourful decor, friendly welcome and Zen atmosphere of this charming hotel offering four typical food & beverage outlets including a Tibetan restaurant, a hot pot restaurant, a bar and a tea house.
Whether you are travelling for business or for pleasure, taking a short or long break to visit the region, the multilingual staff at the Tulip Inn Shangmo Hotel will do their utmost to offer you a unique and unforgettable experience.

Our customers' reviews of hotel Tulip Inn Shangmo Hotel

TripAdvisor note 3.0/5 based on 9 reviews
LAWK10 04 November 2015 Trip type Familie
« "Horrific hotel experience" »

Really bad experience with this hotel few weeks ago. 1. toilet wasn't clean with hair on the drainage and pooed stain on the toilet seat 2. the carpet wasn't clean with dead bugs, dead flies and toothpick 3. requested a non smoking room but having an ashtray in the room 4. the wardrobe was a mess with unfold duvet 5. the curtain was filthy 6. broken light with spider web 7. blackouts in the middle of the night for 10 - 15 mins It was way to expensive (270usd per night) to pay for the downside i listed above.

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Kai F 13 June 2015 Trip type Paare
« Not worth the money »

Firstly I have to day that the hotel is situated in a beautiful place, close to the airport and the accommodation looks really great. On the other hand, almost noone from the staff spoke English and the worst thing was that they didn't make much effort to understand us. The restaurant was overpriced given the quality of food they served. I don't even mention the breakfast buffet. The hotel is quite far from jiuzhaigou and huanglong parks and the prices they charge for transportation are rather high. In the end we arranged a tour from the airport which came out much cheaper.

hilak10 28 October 2014 Trip type Paare
« stay away from this hotel »

had a really bad experience in this hotel! we stayed in early october, it was so cold and there is no AC in the room only a small heater, i don't even want to think how cold it is there in the winter. At first the staff was really nice- offered us tea when we came in etc, but it felt like after I've paid their attitude changed. also, you can't really catch a taxi from the hotel to either jiuzhaigou or huanglong since it is so remote, and you're depended on the hotel for that- and the prices are not attractive. stay away from this hotel, espacially if you're travelling during the winter

Promboon 20 October 2013 Trip type Familie
« Excellent Tibet style hotel with free blackouts to experience »

Overall we like this hotel which is situated less than 10km from the airport and in the middle between Jiuzhaigou, Huanglong, and Songpan. Here are pros and cons: Pros: 1. Locations as mentioned. 2. Nice Tibetan architecture and panoramic mountain view. While we were there in Mid October, the snow fell overnight and we woke up to a snowy Tibetan wonderland. 3. We stayed in family room (with 3 beds). The beds are comfy and come with electric comforters. Very nice touch! Cons: 1. We had 2 blackouts in the evening and at least 2 more during the night. 2. Staff had very very limited English and without the help of 2 tour guides (Teresa and Marie) from Ctrip to help me out, there was no way I could have communicated with them. 3. Limited breakfast option even for a chinese food lover This hotel has a lot of potentials and I would have rated it 4 stars if there was no blackout and there is at least one person I can use simply english with...I still recommend the place though for the Tibetan experience....

HOLLESLEY 18 October 2013 Trip type Paare

We only spent one night here after flying to Jiuzhaigou Airport for which it is very convenient. Our room was good and the converted house it was in was handy enough for the restaurant where we had breakfast. Breakfast was OK but heavily towards Chinese guests and not non-Chinese; I am not a morning person so a wider choice would have been welcome and may come in future. The staff had very limited mastery of English but our guide sorted check-in etc but we could have had problems without her or if we had encountered problems when she had gone for the night. Hopefully more non-Chinese guests will lead to a better level of English among the staff. The beds are a bit firm for our Western tastes....