Gomang Boutique Hotel, Leh
Upper Changspa Road, Leh-Ladakh, Leh, Jammu and Kashmir 194101, India
Telephone +91 94191 29157
Ladakh’s first evident boutique inn, the alluring Gomang Hotel opened in 2014 and is situated on the tranquil edges of Leh. Of course, it’s exceptionally looked for after. The inn has a garden setting, welcoming regular room and 15 brilliantly enlivened rooms, all warmed and with agreeable beds. The administration is neighborly and accommodating. Do take note of that just veggie lover sustenance is accessible there. Hope to pay 9,000 rupees for each night for a twofold stay with breakfast included.
The Grand Dragon, Leh
Ladakh Old Road – Sheynam, Leh, Jammu and Kashmir 194101, India
Telephone +91 1982 257 786
The eco-accommodating Grand Dragon opened in 2007 and is Leh’s solitary lavish lodging. It’s embellished with sublime works of art by Gulam Mustafa (the main current craftsman of Ladakh). Offices incorporate coffeehouse, oriental eatery, housetop porch and garden with mountain sees, child’s movement focus, wellbeing club, diversions, and even oxygen for visitors who are experiencing height infection. There are 48 visitor rooms.
Ladakh Sarai, Village Ayu, Leh
Saboo Village Road, Village Ayu Leh Jammu and Kashmir, Saboo, 194104, India
Telephone +91 98112 22735
Ever needed to remain in a yurt? Assuming this is the case, make a beeline for the Ladakh Sarai, which has 14 all around named Mongolian yurt cabins in a tranquil woods of willow, poplar, and apricot trees. Made in 1978 by British experience travel pioneers Tiger Mountain, The Sarai is just 10 minutes drive from Leh. It has seen over the Stok Kangri Range (the most elevated top in Ladakh). The neighborliness is exceptional and there’s a natural garden on the premises, giving the fixings to the heavenly and differing network dinners that are served. Rates begin from around 7,000 rupees for every night for a twofold.
Tsermang Eco Camp, Indus River, Leh
With the slogan “Gratification in the Himalayas”, Tsermang Eco Camp has eight extravagance tents for glamping (fabulous outdoors) in India. Each is named after a Buddhist religious community from the Indus Valley. The camp has an awesome area along the beautiful banks of the Indus River, 10 minutes drive from Leh. Keep running by a Frenchman and his Indian spouse, it’s open from early May until mid-September. 2016 will be its fifth season. Hope to pay 9,500 rupees for every night for a twofold, including breakfast and supper. Gourmet sustenance is newly arranged and served.
Stok Palace, Ladakh
U-26A/6, Ground Floor, Qutub Enclave White Town Houses, U Block, DLF Phase 3, Sector 24, Gurugram, Haryana 122002, India
Telephone +91 124 406 2480
For a life-changing, once-in-a-lifetime encounter, don’t miss remaining at the stately and secretive Stok Palace – the late spring home of the Ladakh Royal Family! Truly, it’s as yet involved by them (the 34th era of the family) and you’ll get a restrictive understanding into their regular day to day existences. Visitors are welcome to openly meander around and be a piece of every single day by day action, incorporating petitions in the private religious community, sessions with nearby individuals coming to meet King Jigmed Namgyal, and celebration snacks. Memorable Stok Palace is found a little ways from Leh and has been cautiously reestablished by the present tenants. There are six comfortable suites for visitors.
The Ultimate Traveling Camp, Chamba Camp, Thiksey
Thiksey Naga Near Government School Ladakh, Thiksey, 194201, India
Telephone +91 80109 02222
The select Ultimate Traveling Camp has a string of regular camps, and this one is set up with a mysterious perspective of Thiksey Monastery, around a little ways from Leh. It has nine extravagance tents and four presidential tents, each with private decks, on its generous 27 sections of land grounds. The camp is open from mid-June until the finish of September. Visitors are required to book a three, four, five or seven-night bundle, directed towards experience darlings. Rates begin from 66,000 rupees for a twofold, for three evenings, including exchanges, all suppers and guided trips. (These are Indian rates, outside voyagers pay more). Extra conceivable exercises incorporate prepackaged games, toxophilite, nature strolls, birding, town strolls and cycling on the Thiksey town trails.
Nimmu House, Nimmu
c/o Nangso House Nimmu, Leh, Jammu and Kashmir 194101, India
Telephone +91 84477 57517
Air Nimmu House is one of the last enduring honorable houses, worked in the customary Ladakhi style of engineering. It’s situated in Nimmu town, around a short ways from Leh, and near the Indus and Zanskar waterways. (Nimmu town is a prevalent base for treks and visits to religious communities in the area). Recently revamped, this chic house has 30 rooms, two Buddhist sanctuaries, stables, and a rambling plantation. There are 12 flawless visitor rooms and five extravagance tents, and in addition, loungers to unwind in. The European toll that is adjusted is a scrumptious shock. Neighborhood dishes are likewise accessible. Rates begin from 9,000 rupees for each night for a twofold, including breakfast and supper.
Nubra Organic Retreat, Hunder, Nubra Valley
Ombey, Hunder, Nubra., Nubra, Jammu and Kashmir 194401, India
Telephone +91 94191 78863
An uncommon property, the Nubra Organic Retreat an absolute necessity stay put when visiting Hunder (4-5 hours from Leh), especially for anybody with an enthusiasm for natural nourishment and cultivating. This natural desert garden is a privately-run company that was begun by a resigned teacher and well-known agriculturist. It includes a broad vegetable garden and natural product plantation spread more than eight sections of land of land, helpfully near the high desert eminent for its Bactrian camel rides. Visitors are obliged in 20 Swiss fancy tents with appended washrooms. Every offers an astounding perspective of snow clad Himalayan pinnacles. Rates go from 3,500-5,000 rupees for every night for a twofold.