Hotel Spiti Valley – Kaza

About Hotel


Located in the heart of Kaza Town, Hotel Spiti Valley – Kaza provides a perfect abode for travelers to Spiti valley.

 

Right next to Kaza Monastery, at walking distance from Kaza market and close to the all the major services in Kaza.

 

Functional both in summer and winter, Spiti Valley provides a right blend of professional hospitality with a local cultural touch.

 

Easily accessible right on the main road and at a walking distance from main bus stand in the market.

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Facilities


  • Check in possible after 15.00
  • Latest check out by 11.00 Am
  • Breakfast from 07.30 Am to 09.30 Am
  • Lunch from 01.00 Pm to 02.30 Pm
  • Dinner from 08.30 Pm to 22.30
  • Room service
  • Coffee and tea facilities in all rooms
  • Free WiFi in all rooms (Limited speed due to remote region)
  • Sightseeing and Guided Tours (On request)
  • Staff Language : English and Hindi
  • Taxi hire
  • Bicycle hire
  • MotoCycle Hire
  • Laundry and dry cleaning
  • parking space for Motorcycles and Cars
  • Reception with concierge assistance
  • Cable TV
  • Medical Facility near by (need to transfer to Manali or Shimla for any critical medical requirement)
  • Fuel and Grocery Stores (At walking distance)
  • Local Market (At walking distance)

 

Rooms & Tariff


Double Room with Mountain View : 2 single beds
Double Room with Mountain View : 2 single beds
Double Room with Garden View : 1 full bed

Family Room with Balcony : 4 single beds
Double Room with Mountain View

Room Rates starts from 2000 INR per night, Please contact us for the best season rates and packages

 

Food


Hotels serves both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. Buffet facility is available for big groups. Please refer to the hotel menu for more details.

 

Around Hotel


Photography

  • Sunrise view point for Kye monastery
  • Ariel view of Kye monastery at Gete
  • Astro photography around Kye, Langza, Kibber
  • Blue eye sheep new Gete and Langza

 

Places

  • Day trip to places like Kye, Kibber, Gete, Komic, Demul, Lallung.
  • Short to Shilla nallha waterfall

 

Monasteries

  • Kaza Monastery
  • Kye Monastery
  • Kibber Monastery
  • Tashigong Monastery
  • Komic Monastery
  • Kwang Nunnery
  • Dhankar Monastery

 

Amenities

  • Kaza Market
    • ATM
    • Grocery
    • Medical Store
    • Mobile SIM Card
    • Bus Stand
    • Taxi Union
    • Shopping
  • Fuel Station
  • Car/Bike Mechanic

 

Contact Details


Yellow Peaks Team:

  • Rajiv Kumar : +91.9910036654, +91.9968266654 (you can whatsapp on both the numbers)
  • rajiv@yellowpeaks.com

 

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