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Prime Minister Amar Street 15
Ulaanbaatar, 14200
Mongolia

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CHECK-IN

2:00 P.M. UBST

CHECK-OUT

12:00 P.M. UBST

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Hotel Overview

Located in the heart of the city, the very center of Ulaanbaatar, within 100 meters from Sukhbaatar Square and the Government Palace, the Best Western Premier Tuushin Hotel offers 198 rooms. The room classifications range from standard to the Presidential suite. The hotel also offers three restaurants with an exquisite level of modern food and services and two entertainment and conference halls which are fully equipped with the latest equipment such as a translation system. All sections and parts of the hotel have modern furnishings and decorations which satisfy the latest world quality standards. A high level Le Cabernet international cuisine restaurant is on the first floor, the Prime Grill restaurant is on the third floor and the Premier Lounge which is located on the twenty-fifth floor in the highest level of Ulaanbaatar city. The Aroma Tera Beauty Spa and Sauna with exquisite levels of services, a Spanish sauna, and a fitness center are also part of the hotel. Therefore, our friendly team and employees who are specialized in hotel experiences in Mongolia and abroad will try their best to deliver 100 percent customer satisfaction with the motto, "Yes We Can". We will deliver Mongolian traditional, friendly and hospitable services by taking care of every single guest.

Hotel Amenities

Because We CareSM

Cleaning Standards

Industry-Leading Cleaning Standards

Modified Breakfast

Modified Breakfast Service & Selections (varies by hotel)

Low Rate Guarantee

Low Rate Guarantee

Hotel Policies

Pet Policy
Pets may be accepted. Please contact the hotel directly for full details.
Child Policy
For Every Two Paying Adults, One Child 12 And Under Is Free In The Existing Bedding.

Location

Hotel location and the surrounding area

Nearby Attractions

Area Business

  • 0.40 kilometer(s) from IT Park, The National Information Technology Park /NITP/ was established by the Resolution no. 107 of the Government of Mongolia in 2002. NITP officially commenced to operate its activities on August 6, 2002. The project on the establishment of the National Information Technology Park was implemented with the grant aid of $1.0 million from the Government of the Republic of Korea and hence created a favorable condition for the Information Technology Incubation service.
  • 0.70 kilometer(s) from Central Post Office, The Central Post Office in Ulaanbaatar is however refurbished. The Central Post office is located on the south-west of Sukhbaatar square. Stamps and post cards are available till late hours. Postal Counter Hall is the place to post mail and check the mail box. Also there is International Express Mail Service The post office officially open from 7.30 am to 9 pm weekdays and from 9 am to 8 pm weekends, some of services are not availabl on Sunday.
  • 0.80 kilometer(s) from Skytel, “Skytel” LLC was established in 1999 as the one of the leading communication companies in Mongolia and an operator with one third of customers in cell phone market. The company’s core business activities include providing post-paid cellular services, such as VIP, BUSINESS CLASS, NICE based on CDMA2000 1x system standard technology, SKYCALL pre-paid services, d20 service for youth and children and the stationary wireless phone service, SKYPHONE.
  • 0.90 kilometer(s) from Mobicom, MobiCom corporation opened its activities on March 18th 1996, pioneering cellular telephone service in Mongolia through the investment of NewCom LLC of Mongolia, Sumitomo General Trading Company, and KDDI Telecommunications Company of Japan. These avenues allowed MobiCom to introduce cellular phone service and to open a new gateway to economic development by providing not only mobile communication services, but also internet services, and satellite communication services.
  • 1.34 kilometer(s) from World Vision Mongolia, Today WVM has proven to be a Non Government Organization (NGO) that is ‘child focused and works with the poor.’ WVM has been consistent with this ministry and to date is recognized as one of the leading NGO’s within Mongolia.
  • 1.90 kilometer(s) from S.O.S Medika, SOS Medica Mongolia UB International clinic’s core daily operations are to ensure provision of professional and high quality medical services to our clients by showing excellence in care and customer service. With over eight years of experience in international standard general practice and emergency care services, we try to help our corporate and individual clients by taking care of all their employee and/or family health related issues.
  • 422 kilometer(s) from Oyu Tolgoi LLC, Oyu Tolgoi is developing a mine that will exploit one of the world's largest undeveloped copper-gold resources. The resource is so large that the mine is expected to be operating for at least 50 years. The Oyu Tolgoi deposit was discovered by Turquoise Hill Resources, a Canadian company, in 2001. Rio Tinto, one of the world's largest companies, is a major shareholder in Turquoise Hill Resources and has been actively involved in the project since 2005.

Attractions

  • 0.05 kilometer(s) from Sukhbaatar Square, this large and famous landmark is the heart of Ulaanbaatar where the Parliament, the Government House, Stock Exchange and many other important establishments are concentrated. It is named after Sukhbaatar, the famous patriot, whose statue is the main attraction in this square. Only 50 meters from the hotel.
  • 0.10 kilometer(s) from Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery, contains a huge and impressive display of unique modern Mongolian paintings and sculptures.
  • 1.00 kilometer(s) from Zanabazar Museum of Fine Arts, contains many valuable art collections, including priceless tanks and works by Zanabazar, the famous 17th century Mongolian sculptor and icon painter.
  • 1.40 kilometer(s) from Megjid Janraiseg, the temple was built in 1911 to 1912 to celebrate the end of Manchu domination and, it is said, to heal the Bogd Gegeen from blindness. It is in a mixed Chinese and Tibetan style and inside is the 25.60 meter and 20 ton Statue of the Goddess Janraisig or Avalokiteshvara. The deity was consecrated in 1996, is hollow and contains a storehouse of precious items including sutras, medicinal herbs, bundles of Buddhist mantras and even a fully furnished ger. The statue was built with donations from the Mongolian people as a symbol of Buddhist revival in the mid 1990’s.
  • 1.70 kilometer(s) from Gandan Monastery, is the largest and most significant monastery in Mongolia and one of Ulaanbaatar¿s most interesting sights. Built in the Mid 19th Century, it is the only monastery where Buddhist services continued during the communist years. Temples are flocked by visitors during religious services that start at 10:00 a.m. and last until midday. The most important part of the monastery is the Megjid Janraiseg temple.

Nearby Cities

  • 140 kilometer(s) from Darkhan
  • 204 kilometer(s) from Erdenet
  • 224 kilometer(s) from Kharkhorin
  • 270 kilometer(s) from Arvai kheer

Shopping

  • 0.90 kilometer(s) from State Department Store, the largest shopping mall in Mongolia. You can find cashmere and leather here, in addition to whatever else you might find in a department store. On the top floor there is a large souvenir shop with a massive variety of trinkets available.
  • 0.90 kilometer(s) from Sky Shopping Center, if you are based on the east side of town, the Sky Shopping Centre may be more convenient than the State Department Store and offers similar goods and services. It's behind the Chinggis Khaan Hotel.
  • 1.20 kilometer(s) from Merkuri Market, sort of a flea market for food where you can bargain with individual vendors for all manner of imported goods, meat, cheese and vegetables, as well as luxuries such as caviar and crab sticks.
  • 1.50 kilometer(s) from Argasun Shop, traditional musical instruments make perfect gifts for friends who are musically inclined. The morin khuur (horse-head fiddle) is particularly nice as a piece of decorative art (and Mongolians consider it good luck to have one in the home). Argasun, is a morin khuur workshop near Aeroflot. Morin khuur range from around Tug100,000 to T450,000
  • 1.90 kilometer(s) from Naran Tuul Black Market, east of the center, is also known as the Black Market (Khar Zakh), but it's not the sort of place where you go to change money illegally and smuggle goods - though this certainly happens. The market is huge, one of the biggest in Asia and in summer up to 60,000 people a day squeeze inside. There's an around Tug50 entrance fee. You can buy cheap gear for a camping trip, among other things, but the real reason to visit is to marvel at this enormous emporium.
  • 10 kilometer(s) from Cashmere, another unique product of Mongolia is Cashmere. The fabric, made from the fur of the Cashmere goat, is only found in the central Asian areas of Mongolia, Pakistan, and India. The Gobi, Goyo, and Buyan Cashmere Company is the premier cashmere producer and distributor in Mongolia, and their products are high quality, if not always up to date in fashion design. If you find something you like, however, you will get away with deep discounts on a very high quality and popular fabric.

Transportation

  • 10.00 kilometer(s) from Chinggis Khaan International Airport
  • 0.50 kilometer(s) from Bagshiin Deed bus stop
  • 3.00 kilometer(s) from Ulaanbaatar Railway Station
  • 1.00 kilometer(s) from State Department Store
  • 0.01 kilometer(s) from Ulaanbaatar