Explore the beauty of North East by staying at some of the budget hotels in Gangtok the capital of Sikkim
Want to view the peak of Kanchenjunga? Check-in at a hotel in Gangtok that offers excellent views of the snowclad peak
A Gangtok hotel listed by HolidayIQ can offer you and your family an eco-friendly vacation because the Sikkimese accentuate cleanliness
You can find a good number of 4 star hotels in Gangtok in Development Area which is in close proximity to MG Road
HolidayIQ helps to compare hotel prices in Gangtok, so that you can enjoy the splendour of North East well within your budget
Catch a glimpse of the Indo-Chinese border at Nathula Pass; book hotels in Gangtok well in advance so that you can be on time to obtain the permit
Make reservations at 5 star hotels in Gangtok by HolidayIQ such as the Mayfair Spa Resort & Casino if you fancy gambling
Watch football matches at Paljor Stadium which is but a stone’s throw from 3 star hotels in Gangtok such as Hotel Tibet and Crown De La Cruz Residency
To enjoy a hassle-free holiday in this beautiful city, secure accommodation through online hotel booking in Gangtok, especially during the peak tourist season
Most Gangtok hotels arrange pickup and drop facility from Bagdogra, the nearest airport, and hotels in Gangtok also facilitate local tours
If you are a backpacker, there are cheap hotels in Gangtok on HolidayIQ’s database which offer clean accommodation and good food
There are 414 hotels in Gangtok reviewed by actual travellers. The top rated Gangtok hotels are Dharshan Lodge, Hotel Mayal Retreat, Hotel Lamaz Residency. The lowest available tariff for Gangtok hotels stands at Rs.400 and highest hotels rate is approximately Rs.12000. The cheapest Gangtok hotel deals are available at Rs.142. You can search for Gangtok Hotel
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There are different types of hotels in Gangtok available for families, lovers, kids, friends and specially for newly married couples who are looking for perfect honeymoon destination.
Star Hotels in Gangtok
There are 3 Five Star Hotels in Gangtok and most popular 5 star hotels in Gangtok are Red Cherry Residency Hotel, Hotel Deorali, Hotel Tara Palace There are 65 Three Star Hotels in Gangtok and most popular 3 star hotels in Gangtok are Tashi Delek, Netuk House, The Oriental Hotel, Golden Heights Hotel, Hidden Forest Retreat, The Royal Plaza, Hotel Tibet, Hotel New Castle, The Sidlon Residency, Central Hotel.
Hotels in Gangtok by Price
There are 334 Budget hotels in Gangtok which are priced below Rs. 2500. Tariff for hotels in Gangtok starts from 400. Cheap hotels in Gangtok may provide basic amenities like a private bedroom, colour TV, Telephone, AC, 24-hour front desk and housekeeping staff on call. These hotels are affordable and value for money.
There are 21 Luxury hotels in Gangtok which are priced above Rs. 5000. Tariff for Gangtok hotels starts from 5000 and goes to 12000, which is charged by Gangtok luxury hotels. Luxury hotels in Gangtok include premium amenities like bathtubs, jacuzzi, sauna, massage services, swimming pool, fitness centre or gym, bar/lounge, restaurant, Wi-Fi, dry cleaning services, valet parking, banquet hall and conference rooms for business meetings.
Sikkim was breathtaking snowy beauty I had ever come across. The little state in the Himalayas had so much to offer ... From the beautiful and numerous falls that go on to become Tista and flow on to the snowy peaks of Lachung and Lachen ... The hot momos and pork chops ... The monasteries and the brightly coloured Feng Shui. The first day of our trip was an evening well spent in Gangtok in a small hotel on the MG road but the cleanliness and discipline of the people of Sikkim is starking and I would simply rank it on top on Swaccha Bharat cities. This Mall Road as is it called in the reflection of the culture of Sikkim ... Loved the view from the little balcony and enjoyed sitting on the benches amid shops, shoppers, food and flowers. Gorge on the momos here. The travel to north Sikkim towards Lachung and Lachen is exciting and full of risks but you must get a good driver like we had. The roads are rough and landslides are inevitable but as you cross mountains and rivers over these small unstable wooden bridges, don't forget to stop by and shoot pics of these amazing colourful prayer flags tied on to the bridges for your safety. Eat at small intervals and keep yourself warm. The stay in the villages is difficult but people are very hospitable. We survived in -3 C. Due to rough weather we could not visit Gurudongmar Lake and returned to Lachen. But our friends who visited few days later were speechless and mesmerized with its beauty and serenity. Tsongmo Lake was my favourite as I played with snow like a baby and enjoyed it so much. My in-laws too became kids when they entered the snow. The Rhododendron Sanctuary, Seven Sisters Fall, Changu Valley, Baba harbhajan Mandir enroute Nathula Pass are a must visit to North Sikkim. Delisso Abseiling Holidays Resort was the best choice we made when we got back from Lachen. Our suite was a premier one and the view from the bed was the shimmery Kanchenjunga peak. No words to explain the ecstasy. The other room that our in-laws got was equally good, spacious and very well maintained. The hotel is a great place to relax by itself and Mall road is just a five minute walk through the beautifully planned Gangtok city. The staff is a excellent and the head chef is a Mongolian so you are bound to love the Chinese delicacies on the menu. The menu is quite elaborate so you can have choices. Parking your own vehicle may be a problem but the hotel staff will guide your driver and you don't have any worries during your stay.
Overall, my experience was the best there. I stayed there in October 2014 with my friends for relaxation. Hotel's surrounding was good. It was around 5 mins away from bus stand. Shopping mall is at walking distance from there. I did not have any issues there. Staff was very cooperative and comfortable. View was the best part of the hotel. No delay in check-in and check-out. They were attending our requests on time. They were friendly and helpful with us. Appearance wise, it was okay. Roads should be developed there. Room allotted was spacious, neat and clean. Pillows, bed sheets, blankets or everything were cleaned daily. Complimentary toiletries and breakfast was provided by them. Geyser was not working properly. View was good from there. They cleaned the room daily. Bathroom was neat and clean. Food was provided there. Food quality was average there. I took veg and non veg food there. It was little expensive. Restaurant was not nearby. No activity was there. Sightseeing trip was organized by my own. Overall, it was little expensive. I will recommend it to others. Geyser should be improved.
It was my 1st time to Gangtok and entire Sikkim to say the least. As you already know Gangtok is famous for its offering of small to large hotels, restaurants and suites. But the one which gives you both comfortable and affordable experiences stands out as the best of it's league. Hotel Alpine Crest shines here. We landed the hotel after a tiring day from Siliguri and wanted the best the hotel could offer. It was a beautiful evening and seeing the sunset from from bed was nonetheless a pleasant experience.
We booked two double-bed room and both the rooms turned out to be nicely decorated. The rooms were spacious, clean and arrangement of the bedding was as it was ought to be. Not to mention-the cleanliness of the bathroom as it must be a obvious thing following what I've said so far.
Next comes the service. Well, I was satisfied by the service provided to me except the food cost. They were almost ready at your doors to serve you, that too with good behaviour but what made it down sided was the price of even a normal Thali being significantly higher than roadside restaurant.
Last but not the least, even the most important thing- you can enjoy the view of the sunrise in early morning and of course the 'Kangchenjunga' sitting right on your bed. What a pleasant experience it was! The white snow-clad mountain welcomes you to Sikkim. (I've attached some snaps for the evidence that the rooms were actually mountain faced)overall It was a pleasant experience. We stayed there for two nights and had great fun. I'll visit them again.
Location: Near M. G Marg. (Before entering M. G. Marg you'll see a narrow lane going spirally upward from underneath the foot bridge. Following the road you'll reach Alpine Crest.
P. S: I recommend everyone to drop in at Alpine Crest for once.
Pros: Affordable, Mountain faced rooms, nice accommodation, good service. Can access the roof and take unlimited photographs.
Cons: Not many, food prices are little high. But benefits outweigh the cost.
Booked this hotel after Reading the reviews and still wondering how it gets good rating. I had a very bad experience here and wont recommend this to anybody. When we arrived at the hotel, the manager told us that ours was the last minute booking and he has just one room left which we might not like but he can't help us on this. He showed us a room that was 10x10 with a 3x2 window. When I showed him the goibibo voucher he told us to see another room which, as per him, was their deluxe room. Attached are the pics of this DELUXE room. Since we were tired of the journey from Bagdogra and we were checking in very late, I agreed to take this room. We ordered dinner immediately at 8:30 and were told to come to the restaurant at 9:30. When we went there at 9:30, the manager told us to wait for another an hour as they were serving a big group at that time and he told that he can't help us AGAIN. On arguing a bit, he agreed to serve the dinner at our room. Food was good I must say. We stayed in this room for 2 nights. 2nd night was unimaginably horrible. The room has thin wooden walls and anything happening on that floor can be heard from any room. A gentleman was snoring loudly in his room besides us and we couldn't sleep all night. My wife had to use my noise cancelling earphones to get some sleep. We were stuck in Gangtok for one more day as a bridge near Lachen had collapsed where we had planned to go. Since we didn't want to take the pain of shifting to a new place, we wanted to extend the stay for one more day. The manager told us that this room is their DELUXE room and was booked already and we will have to shift to an inferior room. I couldn't stop myself from laughing which, it seems, offended him. He denied any availability after I laughed and asked us to immediately vacate the room. Luckily, one friend of mine was staying in a nearby hotel and we moved our luggage to his hotel. We managed to get a room at that hotel. A big no to this hotel. Explore other placed nearby. There are far better options available.
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Sikkim - The Land of the Lepcha's !! A potpouri of cultures and traditions, Sikkim is one of the most beautiful locales in the North East. Land of the original inhabitants known as Lepcha's, Sikkim has been named distinctly by its ethnic tribes be it the Lepcha's - The first tribe to make its home here or the Limbus who named it as Su-Khim or House' or the Bhutia's who called it the Beymul Demazong or the Hidden Valley of Rice. An independent kingdom until 1975, Sikkim has long been considered as one of the Last Himalayan Shangri-La's. Partly because of its famed mountain of Kanchendzonga (8598m), the third highest mountain. Today, travelers embarking on a journey of Sikkim discover a mystical wonderland of spectacular natural beauty. The panoramic perfection of the snapped Himalayas, the heady scent of flowerbeds meadows, the vibrant culture and joyous festivals, the infinite variety of its flora and fauna makes it a holiday that is at once fascinating and challenging. To really savour some true Sikkimese atmosphere, visit a village tongba-bar for some local millet beer: it's a bit like warm Japanese sake. Plunging mountain valleys are lushly forested, interspersed occasionally with rice terraces and groves of flowering rhododendrons. Tibetan-style Buddhist monasteries (gompas) add splashes of vermilion to the green ridgetops and are approached through atmospheric avenues of colourful prayer flags set on long bamboo poles. Add to this the different communities, each with their own distinctive festivals and traditions, the dances and the music; it has all the elements that go into making a holiday an unforgettable experience.