Ramada Ulaanbaatar Citycenter4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I recently spent four different nights at the Ramada Hotel in Ulaanbaatar City, Mongolia. The hotel was centrally located and within walking distance to many attractions. I was totally impressed with the bathrooms and their amenities: in particular the terry cloth bathrobes and slippers. Their mini bar should become an international standard. In all of my world travels I have never seen condoms provided as a standard for the health and safety of travelers. Nothing in China can compare to this product. However; the rooms were not all appealing, they were clean, but electrical outlets were poorly arranged. Some of eight foot desk had no outlets; some were under the desk or in a far corner near the window. I even had to make coffee or charge my computer in the bathroom which detracts from my earlier statement. I would like to commend on their breakfast buffet. It was one of the finest I have seen on my travels and a total surprise for the Mongolian Tourist industry. If any travelers ever get to visit this hotel, you must have the chef make you an omelet. He is an artist with chop sticks. Just to watch him create a perfect omelet with sticks blew my mind. Unfortunately, I didn’t bring my camera to breakfast. The lobby gets a bit crowded because of size, but be patient with the staff and you will be taken care. Also, the elevators are small and you may have to wait a bit unless you have the energy to climb stairs after a long bus ride. There is a small gift shop but the prices for cashmere items were a bit high compared to the cashmere outlet. Overall, my trip was a wonderful experience to a new nation and I wish the Mongolian Tourist Industry a successful business.
I stayed here for one night in August and have only gotten around to writing this review now. I had a pretty poor experience, initially at check in the room given was not as I booked online. I was given a room at first, and walked inside to find a couple fast asleep! Not what I call a good first impression. Then I found my room after half an hour of waiting around, for a room to be cleaned and made available. The following morning, the staff walked in whilst asleep. So much for privacy?
Accommodation in this hotel is clean, comfortable and functional. Tea and coffee making in room. Bathroom did not have a bath, but had a good hot shower. The breakfasts were adequate, though the seating was crowded. Beds were very comfortable.
The Ramada was another pleasant surprise. The staff were very helpful and spoke English quite well, so it was easy to communicate my needs and preferences. The room assigned to me had good space, not too cramped, fresh, and decent amenities. One of the things I struggle with my visits to UB is cigarette smoke in hotels. The Ramada has a good separation between non-smokers and smokers. My allergy to cigarette smoke didn't kick up in the non-smoking room I was given, so this was a big plus for me. They have a nice fitness room, big plus. The hotel restaurant is a mix. The ambience during the day gives it a worn appearance and the breakfast was decent, but not something spectacular. Don't fret though, its at dinner that restaurant shines. Dinner is very good actually. And it gets booked with activities, so its nice to see local gatherings and a bit of Mongolian culture to boot. There's a supermarket beside the hotel, shopping arcade, and some restaurants too. One thing to consider is its location. I had meetings at the City Centre, which made travelling back and forth from the Ramada a little inconvenient. Overall, the Ramada is a good choice, I definitely would return next time I'm in UB.
The hotel was comfortable and clean. Toiletries and hairdryer were provided but there was no plug in the sink- just a reminder to always travel with a universal plug. Breakfast was OK but one morning we had to be out early and the packed breakfast was good.
Ramada is very centrally located, close to Chinggis Kanne Square , Ballet Theatre and Museum. A Department Store right next to the hotel and a super-market at the basement. I stayed there for 3 nights recently, reasonable size room, clean and good Wi-Fi. Hot water took a while to come on, but otherwise; everything was OK. The first day of my arrival, the luggage rack in my room broke. I notified the front desk and they took care of it immediately. Friendly staff.
Stay here for work and it is always a very comfortable experience. The bed is comfy, staff are friendly and helpful and the views are great. The location is a little bit out of the cbd to be classed as central, but it is near enough. The room service menu is limited and breakfast buffet is limited, but overall a good place to stay.
We stayed here for two nights, but with a night away in the Terelj National Park in between. We had two business king rooms each stay. The second time we checked in they only seemed to have one reserved for us. Luckily there was a second room available, but on a different floor. There is a bar up on the 17th floor with a good view over the city. On check in you get a token for a free welcome beer or shot in the bar but there is no flexibility - they didn't want to swap this for a soft drink for our 13 year old or let us have a smaller, cheaper draft beer. It made the welcome drink feel far from welcoming. We found the breakfast disappointing. On our first stay it wasn't too bad, apart from the lousy coffee. Second time round we didn't get to breakfast until 9am (it is open until 10) and lots of things had run out such as the pastries and fresh fruit. On the plus side, the beds were comfortable and the rooms were a reasonable size. The shower took forever to warm up but was good when it got there. Overall not a bad experience, but for the price I would have expected better
The Ramada Inn has been recently renovated. The rooms are in good shape and offer everything you need. It is a classic business hotel. Go up to the rooftop terrace for the view. There is also a small bistro up there. The food in the hotel restaurant is very good however the atmosphere is rather cold.
We ended up at this hotel after the apartment we had rented through TripAdvisor turned out to be totally unacceptable, Our room was clean witha good shower wth plenty of hot water, western soft beds and all the amenities. The hotel is centrally located,offers a very good breakfast and most of the staff was exceptional. The only detraction was the bar, The Edge, was a bit pricey and the staff was less then enthusiastic. We would certainly stay here again and recommend it toanyone travelling to Ulaanbaatar.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Rooftop terrace
- Business center
Located in Bayangol, Ramada Ulaanbaatar Citycenter is within a mile (2 km) of sights such as Gandan Monastery and Zanabazar Museum. This 128-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and a spa tub. In central Ulaanbaatar, the hotel is also close to National Railway Museum and National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet of Mongolia.
This hotel serves as home to a bar, along with a restaurant that specializes in Asian cuisine. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service.
Ramada Ulaanbaatar Citycenter's 128 rooms are individually decorated and provide minibars, safes, and phones. TVs come with satellite channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs and hair dryers. Desks are also available.
Ramada Ulaanbaatar Citycenter features a spa tub, a sauna, and a rooftop terrace. You'll find limited parking. A multilingual staff is on hand to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, 4 meeting rooms, and a business center.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
84.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 508 reviews