Most of the hotels we stayed in were quite ok. This one was striking. Started by a Tibetan refugee, it has the best design orienting from Tibetan shapes, myths and patterns. The hotel is not your traditional 3-star/ 5-star stay, but it has a strange coziness about it. But, all this is not even the best part. The reason you should stay here is the small museum on the last floor. The owner of the hotel has a private collection of antiques hailing from his forefathers (including a stone with an engraved undeciphered Tibetan script that was found during the building of the hotel). It isn't open to general viewing, so you have to become friends with the owner and request nicely.