The price is AU$208 per night from 2 Nov. to 2 Nov.AU$208
2 Nov. - 3 Nov.
4.4/5 Excellent! (38 reviews)
Worst St. Regis Experience
"Unhappy about: I required ‘higher floor’ when I made the booking and they put me on the G/F at a corner with no sunlight and with no privacy where you would see some staff walking by out of the windows from time to time. I went back to the receptionist to complain and she told me that she was actually ..."
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Anytime is an awesome time of year to holiday in Tibet, but generally you’ll pick up the best deals in November. Prices soar in July, so expect to hand over more dollars for your flights and hotel. Into sightseeing but don’t like queuing up for attractions? Organise your Tibet trip for January, February, November. Typically, it’s much quieter than it is in August, June, May.
To bag discount prices, book nice and early. Air carriers generally release tickets, along with some of the lowest fares, around 12 months in advance. Hotels, car rental and activities should also be booked well in advance so you can have the pick of the bunch. If you’re in need of a last-minute getaway in Tibet, there are always lots of great bargains to be had on Expedia. Book something in today!
Bundling your bookings into a Tibet holiday package is the easiest way to organise your trip. Not only that, you’ll save big just for combining your hotels, flights and car rentals. Once you’ve booked, why not add on a day tour or an activity?