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Soyol Wellness Center

Khan-Uul district, 3rd khoroo, Engels district - 4, Ulaanbaatar 17060 Mongolia
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10% VAT is included Breakfast is included Non-smoking rooms are available Safe deposit boxes Steam saun, Finish saun, Stone rooms' service are included Early check in/ Late check out Payment shall be made by cash, transfer and Credit card such as VISA, Master Card.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Karaoke
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Hot bath
Indoor pool
Yoga room
Sauna
Bar / lounge
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Car hire
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Spa
Hot spring bath
Massage
Salon
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24-hour security
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Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
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Blackout curtains
Air conditioning
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Minibar
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HELA wrote a review Jul 2022
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Over crowded, unorganized, bad smell and rude. Half of their specialty rooms are non-operating. Waited 3 hours for a 10 minute scrub, then waited 30 minutes After my appointment time which I also reserved 3 hours ago to get a massage that has damaged my back muscles that is now in pain. After massage went to get a soup at the restaurant where I’ve waited 45 minutes until my lukewarm “Banshtai Tsai” came out… Never again. Waste of time.
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Travelled solo
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Munguntulga wrote a review Jun 2019
22 contributions45 helpful votes
Stayed there with my girlfriend for a night at the excecutive suite. The suite was more luxurious than most hotels I stayed at that cost more than triple the price. The suite only cost us a $100 USD. It felt like a 5 star hotel with elegent design and glass bathroom, hot tub and shower. We visited the spa/pool center on the first floor which had dry and wet sauna rooms. However the rooms are seperated by gender so if you are looking for a couples jaccuzi, not offered here. Body scub was also offered but was a little rough. 2nd floor had massage, oxygen, salt and hot sand rooms. Very relaxing. However, I would recommend not eating ice cream aftering using those rooms which can cause a sore throat (silly on my part). You can also order masage in your suite 3rd floor had hotel rooms and spa rooms. The spa was unfortunatly closed when we arrived there. 4th floor had gym and fitness rooms. I did not use them as we were too comfortable pampering ourselves. The in room couples massage was average, not the best or the worst. Also not sure about availability of english, there were a lot of foreigners on site but since i spoke mongolian i did not have a need to speak english.
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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michaelhT8010MC wrote a review Nov 2018
Barcelona, Spain73 contributions39 helpful votes
This place is worth the visit very similar to a Japanese onsen or a German spa,don’t bring your costumes you don’t need it.It has wonderful relaxing room,salt room,oxygen room ext.The pools and baths are fine.Not so hard to get there just get in a cab but beware everywhere takes time to get to in Ulaanbaatar due to the horrendous traffic jams.
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Date of stay: November 2018
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Andy wrote a review Apr 2018
Hong Kong, China288 contributions36 helpful votes
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This hotel is strange. I think it's primarily a spa and the hotel is just tacked on to accommodate some guests. That's certainly what it feels like. You can't enter the hotel through the main doors you have to enter a dingy side door. The rooms are huge and lavish, but very much style over substance, the taps were falling off the walls and the water pressure was really low. They made us change our clothes to go to breakfast, we had to wear robes. Weird. It's quite cheap though and all in all quite comfortable. Decent location too, but everything takes ages in UB because the traffic is always awful.
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Date of stay: April 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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martingfoster wrote a review Dec 2017
London, United Kingdom2 contributions1 helpful vote
We didn’t get a room. If you’re a local or a local resident, as I am, you can stay at this facility and just use the common areas for 24 hours for a fairly low price. Roughly $20 or 50k MNT. Less during the week. You can still sleep there using the common sleeping area. My girlfriend and I slept in the misnamed “Oxygen room”. You could probably sleep anywhere in the many common rooms (salt, jade, amethyst or just on a sofa). The good stuff: -The pool area was pretty good, with a choice of saunas, steam rooms, more showers and types of shower than you usually get. Separate areas for males and females. - the 2nd floor is where we spent a lot of time as it’s mixed. The Himalayan salt room was the nicest in my opinion. The temperature is not extreme (about 50C). There are many rooms to experience difference. - the 3rd floor is mainly a restaurant and a massage. It’s pretty quiet and few people seemed to be interested in the massage. - the 4th is beauty salon type stuff and I think the private rooms for rich tourists. - the 5th is a damn good fitness center. I got 2 solid workouts in my 24 hours without extra charge - probably the highlight for me. The equipment is excellent and it wasn’t crowded while I was there. The staff were generally nice although very few can speak any English. The architecture is really nice and decor. The bad points 1st floor: Despite it being a fairly new place, quite a lot of stuff simply wasn’t working. The hot pool (men’s) has jets for a jacuzzi effect, but the switch was missing and exposed wires were sticking out. I asked about it and the attendant pointed to the bigger pool for bubbles but it was too cold for me. The pool area should allow couples and families. I don’t really want to bathe with a bunch of naked men but I do want to bathe and use saunas with my girlfriend. The steam room had non-working water pipes to add steam to the heated rocks but again, the switch was missing and covered in plastic this time. Pretty useless. The main sauna was set at 92C which is way too hot, in my opinion. Not only was the wooden bench burning hot, but so were the towel/pads to sit on. I added a few more cool towels, but could only manage 5 minutes in there. 2nd floor: there was no water fountain available unless you’re willing to drink from the taps. We weren’t so we had to buy overpriced bottled water. That’s a shame when you’re basically in a sauna type place and dehydration is a real risk. The oxygen room didn’t seem to have any additional oxygen, as you’d expect. I know what high oxygen feels like and this wasn’t it. I think it was just another sauna room set at about 50C. 3rd floor: the restaurant was just about useless. Half the menu wasn’t available - mainly the healthy “wellness menu” plus anything else healthy. The only food available seemed to be fast food type stuff. (Fries, pizza, noodles). Shame on them for a so called “wellness center”. They should emphasize healthy food at a wellness center. I complained but the waitress just laughed. The massage was overpriced by local standards at about $20-30 per hour. I’m sure it’s probably good but that’s daylight robbery. We went to a local “blind” massage after Soyol and got massages for $8 per hour which were awesome. Nobody seemed to be getting massages, so it wasn’t just my opinion.
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Date of stay: December 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Will G wrote a review Aug 2017
Reading, United Kingdom622 contributions113 helpful votes
It is a Spa, the mens side is full of men wandering around from pools to sauna, to pool oe getting scrubbed, which I did, it was interesting, I was worried he was trying to remove my Tan. Apparently there is alot more to this place, but I sis not check it out. Worth a visit.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
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LikaHassiotis wrote a review Aug 2015
London, United Kingdom73 contributions58 helpful votes
I booked the Soyol despite lack of any reviews at the time. It's only come onto websites as a hotel in May 2015. Let's talk (+)ves: large room, only 7 in total. Emphasis on wellbeing thus access to spa and treatments and Japanese /Korean baths. Several toiletries and a ? Manager who did arrange excursions for us in a short time. Overall clean and appreciated the free wifi. But the (-)ves ZmUST be looked at urgently: we were unable to print our boarding passes on s Sunday as the "offices" we're closed; free pick up from airport can be arranged but not to the airport; the restaurant is dismal and the table cloths dirty/stained. Cutlery arrives in waves, I was given s boiling and bubbling ball of soup that could have scolded me; I was told that deserts can be had from the open to the public dos area; no bread offer at the restaurant, breakfast is a list of strange concoctions including sale and pumpkin soup!, when we arrived at the hotel we were led up four flights of stairs to our room as the hotel has a different entrance. I can not really remember suits everything that has gone awry including not great level of English but better than Terelj Hotel though. Also, 2km from the centre and offering no maps.
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Date of stay: August 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Simen W wrote a review Aug 2015
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Soyol Wellness Center is a wonderfull place for those who want some luxury spa. Me and a frined had been horse back riding for two weeks and we looked for some of the best places to be in Ulan Bataar. Soyol was the place and we are not dissapointed at all! The elegance of the rooms and the warmth and hospitality of the staff made us feel royal and we would love to come back again.
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Date of stay: June 2015
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Frequently Asked Questions about Soyol Wellness Center
Which popular attractions are close to Soyol Wellness Center?
Nearby attractions include Mary & Martha Mongolia (2.3 km), Galleria Ulaanbaatar (3.0 km), and Tumen Ekh Ensemble (2.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Soyol Wellness Center?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and free breakfast.
Which room amenities are available at Soyol Wellness Center?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and blackout curtains.
What food & drink options are available at Soyol Wellness Center?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Soyol Wellness Center?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Soyol Wellness Center?
Conveniently located restaurants include Hazara Restaurant, Namaste, and Millie's Espresso.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Soyol Wellness Center?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Does Soyol Wellness Center have airport transportation?
Yes, Soyol Wellness Center offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Soyol Wellness Center?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Dutch.
Are there any historical sites close to Soyol Wellness Center?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Gandantegchenling Monastery (2.4 km) and The Project for Rehabilitation of Railway Facilities (3.3 km).