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Traditional Kaal
  • July 2012

The Kaal Hotel is located in Leh and is set amidst lush green fields and has beautiful views of the snow-capped peaks of the Stok range and the Shanti Stupa. The hotel has 1 Deluxe, 3 wood

panelled Suites & 21 Standard Room having a blend of Local architecture and modern ameni­ties, the traditional. The hotel has its chapel and hosted many high Tibetan high Lamas which includes HH Karmapa.

Leh, the capital of Ladakh, is simply breathtaking. Towering over the city is the tall nine-storied palace built by Ladakh’s ruler Sengge Namgyal in the early 17th century. It is said to have served as a model for the Potala Palace in Lhasa. Another palace built by King Tashi Nam­gyal in the 16th century stands above it. Down below is the beautiful sight of the town, set in an oasis of green fields. From Leh, one can wander off on mar­vellous day expeditions to get a glimpse of some of the treasures of Ladakh. Not far from Leh, Shey is the oldest capital of Ladakh from where its earliest Tibetan kings ruled. Perched on top of a huge rock are the royal palace and temples adorned with brilliantly coloured murals and gold statue of Buddha.

Stok Palace across the river from Leh is the home of the erstwhile royal family. Its palace houses a museum of artefacts as­sociated with the dynasty. Also within easy reach of Leh are a large number of monasteries, including Spituk (8 km), Thikse (20 km), Hemis (45 km), Likir Monastery (52 km), Alchi (65 km) and Lamayuru (125 km).

24 hours Room services, Hot and Cold Water, Telephone, Television, Room heaters, Well maintained garden, Full Travel Guide, Carom and Chess, Chil­dren’s playground, Barbeques in winter, Cultural Programs on request, In house laundry, Central Heating, Doctor on call, Stand by Generators, Pick up and Drop, Car Rental, Travel assistance, In­ternet facility, etc. are some of the facilities provided by the hotel

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