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    Pocket Guide: Mongolia

    Mongolia is an exciting destination in central Asia. Horse-riding nomads have wandered the never-ending steppes of this sparsely-populated country since the dawn of recorded history. Parts of Mongolia, such as Ulaanbaatar, are cosmopolitan and offer modern amenities, but fully 30 percent of the population is still nomadic. Hotels in Mongolia do not only exist in cities. Travelers seeking a more traditional Mongolian experience can book the equivalent of hotel rooms in Ger Camps. Some of these camps lie quite near cities, while some other camps exist far from civilization out in the steppes. Most of them have special rates that include breakfast and electricity. Some, however, simply offer a yurt in which to place a bedroll. If you are seeking true adventure, eschew modern Mongolia hotels for the rough and ready existence of a nomad.

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    For those who enjoy city life, prices in Ulaanbaatar are very reasonable. Of course, studious travelers can always find, or negotiate, a discount rate. Rural hotels and hotels in other cities offer cheap hotel deals in Mongolia that defy belief. You can sleep for a night for so little it is fantastic! This cheap Mongolia hotel deal is probably one of the best in the world. Mongolia hotel deals go hand-in-hand with tour packages. You can discover Mongolia from the comfort of a modern conveyance, or you can choose to live like Genghis Khan and experience the awesome, endless steppes from horseback. Whatever your choice, you will discover Mongolia hotel packages for almost every taste.

    One of the top destinations sought by travelers is the Gobi Desert. This cold-weather, rain-shadow desert lies in the extreme Mongolian south. Frost and snow on top of a desert's sand dunes are a jarring sight and are examples of the unique things you can discover in Mongolia. You can retrace the Bactrian camel tracks left by Uyghur merchants a thousand years ago and enjoy spectacular views of the surprisingly prolific flora and fauna of the Gobi.

    Mongolia has stringent visa policies and has 13 different classifications of visa. You must make absolutely sure all of your travel paperwork is in order before embarking. Tourists must secure a "J" visa. This visa is good for 30 days and can be extended by additional paperwork and a nominal cost. Most tour companies will handle all of your reservations and paperwork themselves.

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    Hotels in Ulaanbaatar

    Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace - Ulaanbaatar Hotels
    Rating: 5.0 Stars

    Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace

    East Cross Road, Peace Avenue, Ulaanbaatar - Map
     
     
    "Excellent experience overall, highly recommend"
    A very comfortable and pleasant experience. Excellent unobtrusive service, comfortable hotel and great food. Would definitely stay here again.
    Simon from London
    Situated in the city center, this spa hotel is close to National University of Mongolia, Sukhbataar Square, and Choijin Lama …More
    The Blue Sky Hotel And Tower - Ulaanbaatar Hotels

    The Blue Sky Hotel And Tower

    Peace Avenue 17, Ulaanbaatar - Map
     
     
    3.5 out of 5 (8 reviews)
    Best Western Gobi's Kelso - Ulaanbaatar Hotels

    Best Western Gobi's Kelso

    Bayangol 4-th Khoroo, Ulaanbaatar - Map
     
     
    "New Hotel Results in Superb Experience"
    I was the first guest of this hotel as it opened only 4 days before I arrived. Of course, the place was new. More important was the attitude of the manager and staff. They bent over backwards to accommodate me. Even did a custom tour which met my specific requirements. it was a pleasure to not only have a comfortable middle range hotel to stay but at the same time experience the hospitality of Mongolians.
    John from Alexandria, VA