Must see hotels in Lahaul & Spiti

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    Hotel Deyzor

    This inspiring place offers not just comfortable, atmospheric accommodation, solar-power back-up and great food, but also spiritual nourishment and lots…

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    Maitreya Regency

    A Buddha figure and local costume displays lead guests into Tabo's most comfortable yet authentic-feeling hotel. Beautifully tiled-floor rooms have…

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    Tara Homestay

    With solar power, good bathrooms, little chokse tables and fresh clean linens, the excellent Tara Homestay remains the pick of Mudh's guesthouses. By day…

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    Nordaling Guest House

    From the bus station, climb 100m northwest then turn right to find this obligingly managed four-storey place. Immaculately clean rooms have sitting spaces…

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    Sakya Abode

    Almost invisible below the U of the main road 100m northeast of Sakya Gompa, Kaza's longest-running hotel has completely renewed the bathrooms in this mud…

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    Hotel New Gyespa

    Only 40m up from the bus station, the large rooms here are some of Keylong's smartest, accessed off polished if starkly bare corridors. The cheapest, hard…

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    Norling Home Stay

    Near the bus stand and post office in upper Kibber, this new but very traditionally styled whitewashed home has appealing views across the village and the…

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    Chandrabhaga Homestay

    Barely 20m from the SBI ATM, on the opposite side of new bazaar, Chandrabhaga currently looks like a building site but venture down two sets of stairs and…

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    Kanamo Homestay

    Expanded in 2018, Kanamo offers five lovely new rooms, of which three are ensuite for no extra charge. Rates include breakfast and dinner that can be…

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    Atithi Guesthouse

    Above an interesting handloom weaving workshop, Atithi's lavender-coloured rooms are cleaner and newer than most of the other simple guesthouses on…

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    Tashi Khangsar Hotel

    This old-school backpacker favourite has a relaxed, friendly vibe and, though the four rooms are a tad dated, the charm is in sharing the expansive,…

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    Namsay Homestay

    Namsay is built with great authenticity as a Spitian house – complete with poplar-stem ceilings and painted earthen walls. Yet it's comfortably furnished…

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    Nomad's Cottage

    Losar has half a dozen OK guesthouses clumped around the bus stand but for something far more atmospheric Nomad's Cottage is well worth the 1.3km detour:…

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    Travellers Shed

    With a low-key urban chic that's rare in Kaza, this place is aimed squarely at motorcyclists. There's ample bike parking, a specialist Enfield repair shop…

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    Parasol Camps

    One of the best Chandratal camps, Parasol provides cosy tents, good Indian meals, sit-down toilets and buckets of hot water for washing.

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    Hotel Tashi Deleg

    In the centre of the Mall, Tashi Deleg has two interconnected buildings. The new one has Keylong’s best eight rooms and a delightful top-floor lounge with…

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    Manirang Home Stay & Cafe

    Around halfway between the new and old monasteries, a descending road doubles back to what's signed as a cafe (international selection) but is also a very…

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    Sonam Homestay

    In a building that's been painted to give a semi-traditional look, rooms here are a good budget choice, very clean, and with solar-heated water.

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    Dhankar Monastery Guesthouse

    Beside the New Monastery and dressed in a similar livery, this well-run place has picture-postcard views of the old monastery from the terraces, rooms 4…

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    Hotel Triveni

    The attractively set village of Sissu has the first huddle of tourist-friendly accommodation that you'll come across north of the Rohtang. The Triveni is…