Shangri-La Hotel Comes to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts is set to open in Mongolia’s capital city, Ulaanbaatar, on 3 June 2015.
The new Shangri-La hotel is located near Nayramdal Park and the Great Chinggis Khaan Square. It will be connected to the Shangri-La Centre, debuting in 2016, which comprises apartments, retail stores and commercial space.
The 290 guestrooms of Shangri-La Hotel, Ulaanbaatar are spacious, with suites at 84 square metres in size to accommodate a separate master bedroom and living area. All rooms are furnished with Wi-Fi, an executive desk, marble bathroom and a window seating area to view vistas and mountain ranges. The hotel is decorated in natural tones, lightly coloured wood, textured stones and glass lights, some in the shape of hunting horns to represent the warrior spirit of Mongolia.
Other amenities offered by the hotel include a gym, massage facilities, a lobby lounge, and a bar.
An all-day dining option at the hotel will be the Cafe Park that serves a variety of cuisines, while a Chinese restaurant called Hutong is expected to open in August 2015.
For a meeting or event space, the hotel offers eight rooms totalling 2,643 square metres, including a pillar-free Grand Ballroom capable of seating more than 800 guests.
At the hotel’s uppermost floors, the Horizon Club will be launched in July 2015. With granted access to the Horizon Club Lounge, guests are also given privileges to express check-in and check-out service, complimentary breakfast, all-day beverages, cocktails and canap├ęs in the evening, and daily use of the meeting room.
The Shangri-La Hotel, Ulaanbaatar, will be accessible from both Chinggis Khaan International Airport and train station with a journey time of 40 minutes and 20 minutes per trip, respectively. Limousine transportation may be reserved.
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