Nassan's Guesthouse

Near Sukhbaatar Square, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

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    ULAAN BAATOR

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    Pros :
    - Very convenient location, right by the Sukhbaatar Square and within walking distance to the Russian Embassy (for visa applications), many museums and the State Department Store
    - Host Nassan has a wonderful positive aura around her. She and some members of her family speak English, which is heaven-sent in Mongolia. For Naadam Festival (11 July to 13 July), Nassan might be able to procure tickets at local prices.
    - Dorms are actually in individual apartments with shared kitchen and toilets.

    Cons :
    - Flies everywhere

    Dorms beds cost T4400 (T1100 = US$1) and mattresses on the floor cost T3300, higher during Naadam Festival.

    Directions : From main road looking at the Sukhbaatar Square, there is a post-office building with a clock tower to your left. There is a road heading inwards from there.

    You will soon be walking on a foot-path that branches off slightly to the right to get around a building right in front of you.

    On the left soon, before you hit the OTHER road with cars, there is a metal gate which is the entrance for a group of apartments.

    Nassan's Guesthouse is one of these apartments.

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ULAAN BAATOR

by swesn about NASSAN'S GUESTHOUSE

Pros :
- Very convenient location, right by the Sukhbaatar Square and within walking distance to the Russian Embassy (for visa applications), many museums and the State Department Store
- Host Nassan has a wonderful positive aura around her. She and some members of her family speak English, which is heaven-sent in Mongolia. For Naadam Festival (11 July to 13 July), Nassan might be able to procure tickets at local prices.
- Dorms are actually in individual apartments with shared kitchen and toilets.

Cons :
- Flies everywhere

Dorms beds cost T4400 (T1100 = US$1) and mattresses on the floor cost T3300, higher during Naadam Festival.

Directions : From main road looking at the Sukhbaatar Square, there is a post-office building with a clock tower to your left. There is a road heading inwards from there.

You will soon be walking on a foot-path that branches off slightly to the right to get around a building right in front of you.

On the left soon, before you hit the OTHER road with cars, there is a metal gate which is the entrance for a group of apartments.

Nassan's Guesthouse is one of these apartments.

Nassan's guesthouse I'd stay there again

by cristinetabv about Nassan's Guesthouse

We stayed at Nassan's. Nassan is petite business woman in the most literal and exact meaning of the word business woman. Much as our stay was nice and easy because she makes an effort to satisfy the travellers's need, she does so so that we travellers write good reviews about her as what seemed to her her sole objective!
The double we were in, within a shared dorm which had a shared kitchen and bathrooms (toilet and shower in two separate rooms, which is handy), was spacious, central, clean and we can't complain at all aobut it. I'd certainly stay there again.
She also organises tours, that's when you have to watch her a bit, just make sure you discuss every detil of the trip like paying for the driver's lunch and whether he speaks english or not. He should. I think you shouldnot pay any extra for the driver speaking a bit of English. very central, roomy, spacious... good. No lift to our flat, a third or fourth floor i think. so be fit with your bags.

Home away from Home

by RainbowClancy about Nassans Guesthouse

Nassan and her husband Inca do a fantastic job of organising... well, everything. Cheap tours, great atmoshpere and free breakfast to boot. Situated in the centre of town, close to 'the supermarket' and other essential places to visit, you and your bags are safe behind double locked doors. I stayed there on and off for the month I was in Mongolia and never heard a bad word about it. I don't know of any outstanding budget accommodation in Mongolia but it had a view to the action on the street and a great generic chocolate spread for breakfast!

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Western Mongolia Travel itinerary Suggestions

by Mateosh

I already have a jeep arranged and I have 7 days in Western Mongolia. I want to visit nomads (eagle hunters, mongolian) and experience natural scenery.

We fly from UB to Khovd on September 26th in the morning and we depart October 2nd from Ulgii to UB.

We will visit the eagle hunter competion on october 1st in Ulgii.

Now Madcat I have read your recommendation for visiting Altai Tavan Bogd. What rough itinerary would you recommend for visiting this place beginning on Khovd and leaving from Ulgii?
My proposed itinerary thus far is as follows: We are trying to limit our driving to 100km's per day but we can go over if necessary.

Day 1) Friday 9/25/09:
-Arrive: 09:50 (ULN)
-Airport pick-up $22 by Nassan Guest House

(Is this too expensive?)
-Day trip to Terelj National Park, a beautiful forested area near Ulaanbaatar. Optional hiking and horse riding. Return to UB for dinner and an overnight stay in the hotel.
-Overnight Ulaan baatar (Nassan Guest House single room 21$/night)

Day 2) Saturday 9/26/09:
-Depart to Khovd
-Drive about five hours to the Namarjin Valley in the Altai Mountains. You will be rewarded with the view of this vast wide-open valley filled with grazing herds of goat, sheep, and yaks, and spotted with many gers. Towering over the valley is the impressive snow-capped peak of Tsambagarav
Mountain. Because our horsemen’s families live here you will have a unique opportunity to experience the nomadic way of life. We will stay in our tents or with the nomads in their ghers.
Day 3) Sunday 9/27/09
Tsambagarav Mt area to do some hiking
-Camp in Gher with nomads

Day 4) Monday 9/28/09
Travel to lake Tolbo

(If this is not feasible can you recommend another place we can go from here to visit Kazakh eagle hunter nomads in their ghers and camp with them? We would prefer a remote area)
Day 5) Tuesday 9/29/09

Camp among Kazakh families, of which many are eagle hunters.

Day 6) Wednesday 9/30/09
Sagsai Soum where many Kazakh families stay in autumn.
Day 7) Thursday 10/1/09

Shar Nuur ger camp, 25 km from Ulgii, eagle hunter competition

Day 8) Friday 10/2/09
drive to ulgii

Day 9) Saturday 10/3/09
fly to UB from ulgii
Visit Gandan Monastery

-Nassan Guesthouse $21/night single room

Day 10) Sunday 10/4/09

-Depart 1030am from UB

We will have our own food and cooking stove.

Thanks for your help,
Matt

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Address: Near Sukhbaatar Square, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia