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Hotels in Gangtok
Eastern Himalayan Region
7,096 sq. Km.
26 degree 12’ and 30 degree 27‘ North.
5800 ft. (1547 m)
Best Visiting Season
March to May
& October to December
Hotel Hungry Jack
Just one of the
splendid views of the magnificent Mt. Kangchenjunga on an early clear
morning from Hotel Hungry Jack. Established in 1981 Hungry Jack is one
of the oldest hotels in Sikkim giving us pride in having served our
guests for so long.
Centrally located in
the heart of Gangtok, yet being able to give you a first hand view of
the great protector of Sikkim, Mt. Kangchenjunga. Hungry jack houses
well furnished rooms each designed individually for your homely and
Hotel Nor Khill
Nor-Khill, the heritage
hotel in Gangtok, nestled well in the Himalayas, is elegantly draped in
its age-old traditions, and ethnic Sikkimese culture. The spectacular
views of the verdant hills and the majestic Kangchenjunga range in the
backdrop make Gangtok - a painter's paradise. Built by the King of
Sikkim in 1932, the heritage hotel is regarded as the house of edibles
and the picturesque sceneries. The traditional yet gorgeous ambience of
the hotel premises and lobby make the hotel one of the best in Gangtok.
You get the reflections of Sikkim in this hotel.
Hotel Tashi Tagey
Tashi Tagey at Tadong
in Gangtok, the capital city of Sikkim is a fine address, from where to
plan and execute a hectic tour will be very smooth. In the land of
natural attractions, diverse culture and rich traditions being situated
at the gateway of main market and on the main thorough fare our guests
can save on two important items, i.e. expense and time.
Hotel Golden Heights
Hotel Golden Heights is
situated in the heart of Gangtok town and it is the place to stay if you
wish to be at the hub of it all. We invite you to our hotel for a
memorable & comfortable stay in Gangtok. A business/economy
class hotel which offers 17 comfortable guest rooms including suites and
super deluxe rooms. Each spacious guest room and suite is individually
decorated with oversized beds, down comforters and handsomely carved
Hotel The Chumbi
Located in the heart of
Gangtok, yet cocooned away from the cacophony of the busy city lies the
Chumbi Residency situated on the historic Silk Route, the Tibet
Road. The Chumbi Residency opened its doors to cater to the esteemed
visitors on'the 8th of October 1997. Ugyen Chopel, owner of
the hotel is a renowned Nepali Film Director who is making in roads in
Hotel Tashi Delek
S e r v i c e s &
F a c i l i t i e s
Suites & Rooms
We have 6 exclusive suites - the best Gangtok offers
and 40 comfortable, well furnished double rooms with modern amenities
and clean attached bathrooms.
Roof Top Garden
The ideal sun deck and
photography point from where you can get a spectacular view of the snow
clad Kangchenjunga, green valley & Gangtok bazaar lights by night.
For the most delicious buffets and meals, exotic
Sikkimese, Tibetan, Indian, Chinese and Continental cuisine's are
Warm and inviting, the place to
meet over a cocktail.
The Mystic Lounge
Relax amidst murals from mystic Tibet.
The largest hall in town telescoping out over the
valley and large enough to serve all purposes. The favoured place to
hold Conferences or host Dinners and Marriage Receptions.
Major Credit Cards accepted ~
Travel Help ~ Safe Deposit Lockers ~ Doctor on Call ~ Room Services ~
Laundry & Dry Clean Services ~ Catering Services ~ Postal Services ~
Free Shoe Shines ~ Left Luggage Facilities ~ Baby Sitters ~ Secretarial
Services ~ ISD, STD, FAX, Email.
Sikkim is a
small region wedged in between the eastern border of Nepal and Bhutan.
Until India annexed it in 1975 it was an independent kingdom. This move
was undoubtedly motivated by India's fear of the growing Chinese
influence in the Himalayas.
M o r e I n f
o. a b o u t S i k k i m
(Capital of Sikkim)
The capital of Sikkim,
Gangtok (which means 'hilltop'), sprawl down the west side of a long
ridge flanking the Ranipul River. The scenery is spectacular and there
are excellent views of the entire Kangchenjunga range.
M o r e I n f o.