Posted August 4th, 2011 by oitravel
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Discover Mongolia!
Central, The Gobi & Lake Khuvsgul

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Kempinski Khan Palace, Ulaanbaatar
The Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace is one of the best addresses in the capital, offering travelers superior service combined with traditional Mongolian hospitality. The 102 elegant and spacious rooms and suites have hosted royalty, dignitaries and celebrities. The Kharakhorum restaurant offers a wide selection of Western, Asian and Mongolian dishes while the Sakura restaurant serves Japanese cuisine.

Tuul Riverside Lodge, Ulaanbaatar
The Tuul Riverside Lodge is a small, fully sustainable and traditional Mongolian camp, which is surrounded by a sea of grass and rolling hills that stretch to the nearby River Tuul. An hour’s drive east of Mongolia’s bustling capital Ulaanbaatar, the Lodge is home to beautifully decorated traditional dwellings, known as gers, with the added advantage of en suite facilities.

Ger Camps
Mongolia is a big country with poor infrastructure. With a rise in tourism, ger camps were built instead of hotels in remote provinces and villages, and they are located at the best spots for wildlife watching, horse or camel riding, hiking and relaxing. A ger is the Mongolian round-shaped dwelling that has been used since the Mongols started their nomadic life. Each ger offers simple elegance, consisting of felt covers, wood columns and a round window at the top.