There are 199 hotels in Ladakh (Leh) reviewed by actual travellers. The top rated Ladakh (Leh) hotels are OYO Premium Sankar Road, Hotel Mehak, Hotel Gomang. The most sought after hotels, based on these reviews are Group stay hotels, Couple stay hotels. The lowest available tariff for Ladakh (Leh) hotels stands at Rs.300 and highest hotels rate is approximately Rs.10500. The cheapest Ladakh (Leh) hotel deals are available at Rs.1. You can search for Ladakh (Leh) Hotel
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Star Hotels in Ladakh (Leh)
There are 43 Three Star Hotels in Ladakh (Leh) and most popular 3 star hotels in Ladakh (Leh) are Caravan Centre, Omasila Hotel, Green Land Hotel, Shambhala Hotel, Spic n Span, Lotus Hotel, The Grand Dragon, Khangri Hotel, Lumbini Hotel, Ri-Rab Hotel.
Hotels in Ladakh (Leh) by Price
There are 106 Budget hotels in Ladakh (Leh) which are priced below Rs. 2500. Tariff for hotels in Ladakh (Leh) starts from 300. Cheap hotels in Ladakh (Leh) 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 17 Luxury hotels in Ladakh (Leh) which are priced above Rs. 5000. Tariff for Ladakh (Leh) hotels starts from 5000 and goes to 10500, which is charged by Ladakh (Leh) luxury hotels. Luxury hotels in Ladakh (Leh) 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.
The hotel is located close to the airport (within 5 to 10 mins) and equipped to manage large groups of tourists. The staff is friendly and hospitable. The hotel has around 45 rooms and 1 restaurant with mainly buffet meals. The food in the restaurant is decent and provides for mainly Indian cuisine including a few non-veg options. A wing of the hotel has new rooms, which are more modern and better equipped than the old ones. All rooms have wall mounted heaters to survive the cold weather. However the heating is not available during summer months. The wi-fi at the hotel is available only around the lounge / reception area and the connectivity is not that great. Good wi-fi in a city like Leh is important as there is limited Mobile connectivity. Any additional food and beverage services availed are to be paid on the same day and that too in cash. Our stay at the hotel was not on a continuous basis we had to travel to other places around Leh. Because of this we had to check-in and check-out of the hotel multiple times, which the hotel managed smoothly. During our stay out of Leh, the hotel would store our luggage when we would be travelling out of Leh and did so without any hassle. During the stay, we were also upgraded to a suite, which was spacious and comfortable. The hotel also has an open library where travellers can contribute books and take away existing ones. If an animal lover, do stop by to pat, "Cesar" the friendly alsatian (owners dog). To catch an early morning flight on our last day, we had requested the hotel staff, a day in advance to arrange for hot water early in the morning, which was assured to us. To our surprise hot water was not made available at the requested time and there was not hotel staff to address the issue. Hot water was provided an hour later, when we were ready to check-out. On the whole a pleasant stay at the hotel. My ratings: Front desk staff:7/10 Service: 8/10 Cleanliness: 7/10 Bed and Bath linen: 8/10 Food and beverages:7. 5/10 (food only) Hot water:6/10 Wi-fi: 4/10 In-house entertainment:2/10 Value for money: 7/10
The best location to stay in Leh is Changspa road. Hotel Sheldan has a stay and cafe. The hotel looks like a home from the outside. Has spacious and clean rooms, a garden outside, clean sheets and very hygienic wash rooms.
The owners are very friendly, we stayed here at least 5 nights and kept check-in and out of the hotel - until we called for them that we are finally leaving they did not even bother us for the money. Also, this was one hotel that allowed 3 persons to stay in one room when we told them one of us had a sleeping bag.
This hotel is walking distance from Shanti Stupa and the local shops are also on the same same Changspa road.
A travel agency and a cafe that is located right outside is where we kept going to for our travel and food needs. Take rooms that face the beautiful garden outside if you plan to stay indoors in the daytime. The aroma from their kitchen was yummy-delicious but we never got the opportunity to eat here (you have to give them advance notice for the home cooked Ladakhi food).
Good interiors, spacious bathroom & excellent service, this is what I will say if you ask me our overall experience at Rafica. After checking out 2 – 3 other hotels in Leh our driver Alibhai led us to this place whose owner was a friend of his. We were showed two rooms Normal Room (Ground Floor – Rs. 700) & Deluxe room (2 nd Floor – Rs. 1000). After seeing the rooms & hearing the specially discounted price we decided to increase our budget a little & opted for deluxe room. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this place. The rooms are spacious with very good interiors. The wooden interiors keep the room warm even when the outside temperature is chilling. The bathroom is large & enough space is provided for keeping our things & luggage. Hotel staff is courteous & always smiling. We were very much satisfied with their service. They even helped us in getting innerline permits for Nubra Valley & Pangong Tso at a nominal charge. Even our rafting trip (From Chilling to Nimmu) was arranged by them at the same rate as other operators in the market charge. Since the hotel is located just off the main market road all the essential services like Internet Café, STD Booth, Travel agents, good restaurants are located at a walking distance. Overall we were more than satisfied with our stay at the place.
Best Experience: 1] Room interiors are excellent. Wooden finish makes you feel warmer. 2] Service is good; staff is very courteous & always helpful. 3] Their Fresh Lime Soda (Salty) was amazing. We loved it. 4] Since we had to go to Nubra Valley for one night they offered us to keep our excess luggage in the same room we were staying & when we returned our things were there exactly as we had kept it.
Worst Experience: 1] Not exactly worst but the view from the window did not open to a fabulous view as you would expect to see when you are in such a beautiful place. 2] Sometimes we had to remind them to switch on the hot water supply, without which you cannot have bath in Leh especially during Mornings & evenings.
We booked for 12 people in 6 deluxe rooms. The complete upper floor was occupied by us. Great view from the hotel, The rooms were big and neatly maintained, all wood, wooden floor and ceiling. The view of majestic mountains was clear from room. The location of hotel was great very near to shanti stupa and close to main market too. The locality was quite and peaceful.
The common space on the floor was great, we had a great time smoking hukka and playing games over there. The staff was co-operative too. Though the complimentary WiFi was never working at all. We had to come down to reception to get WiFi signal. The hot water and other amenities were good in hotel.
The complimentary breakfast was little depressing not having much options but was manageable. The food was not great I would recommend people to go out in main market and try various eating joints, They had amazing food, lot of variety and great taste.
I would recommend this hotel to everyone who is looking for nice comfy stay in Leh near market and away from market noise. My advice to hotel staff would be to improve service and food quality and make travellers stay as memorable. Cheers!
I had booked hotel Thongsal in Ladakh through Via at a premium price over packages offered by other more established travel portals only because the facade pictures put up by the hotel seemed interesting. But as they say appearances can be deceptive, only the facade seemed nice. Despite having booked a Deluxe Package, the hotel decided to allot us a stinky, dark & dingy Standard room.
They asked for compensation for up gradation to Super Deluxe room, which after much pleading, & sweet talking the travel agent obliged. However, the Super Deluxe room seemed like any ordinary room of a normal three star hotel. The lighting both in the room & bathroom was bad; the shower in the bath along with the pot jet didn’t work properly. The glass of bathroom door was cracked. There was no exhaust in the loo & the wooden rack in the bathroom was broken.
The corridor of the Hotel was totally dark at night & we were told it was due to solar lights which obviously didn't work. The housekeeping needed drastic up-gradation as there was dirty laundry strewn all around the place in the day. The outside area of the building needed a lot of maintenance as the tables & chairs outside in the garden were virtually falling apart.
Food- We were told that due to some Buddhist festival in Ladakh( like Navratri) the hotel felt compelled to serve vegetarian food, even though they were serving eggs in the morning for breakfast! Also on repeated request, they did a special dinner in which they served non-veg food one night but on other nights they insisted on serving the same veg food. Not to say that there wasn’t non-veg food being served in restaurants in Ladakh despite the Buddhist festival. The owner of the Hotel was not Buddhist yet to save cost they went on with this charade.
When we had booked the package through Via the hotel was to provide free transport to the market but on reaching there we were told to hire taxis for the same. Hotel Thongsal had a tented accommodation in Nubra which was even worse. The mattresses on the bed were rock hard & we had to use the duvet to sleep on.