Hotels in Mongolia
Mongolia is one of the most untamed and sparsely populated places on earth, dotted with remote camps in locations that offer a true sense of wilderness. We’ve handpicked a few of our favourite places to stay in Mongolia, from the chic, luxurious Shangri-La in Ulaanbaatar to a traditional nomadic camp on the bank of the River Erget.
Mongolia accommodation varies as much as its landscape. For us, no trip to Mongolia is complete without experiencing life on the steppe, sleeping in a ger beneath a blanket of stars with no light pollution and virtually no one else around. From the Altai Mountains to Gorkhi Terelj National Park, there are a range of camps to choose from, each in a truly special location.
Three Camel Lodge
The Gobi Desert, Mongolia
In the wilderness of Mongolia’s Gobi Desert, Three Camel Lodge is a one-of-a-kind ecolodge that captures the nomadic spirit of this mesmerising landscape with its singing dunes, dinosaur skeletons and herding tribespeople that have thrived for centuries.
Nomadic Expeditions Wilderness Camp
Orkhon Valley, Mongolia
Experience authentic Mongolia with a stay at a traditional nomadic ger camp, on the outskirts of the ancient ruins of Karakorum. Small touches of luxury, from hot showers to an elegant dining ger, bring refinement to the wilderness.
Shangri La Ulaanbaatar
Located at the heart of the Mongolian capital, Ulaanbaatar, the Shangri-La is a contemporary city hotel with elegant and spacious rooms and a wealth of facilities, within walking distance of the main city sights.