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... had freed up. I was extremely happy and was put up in a room called Manirang. The room was large and comfortable with...
... for there delicious food. I have also heard that the hotel is good for staying also though I was not lucky to get a room there.
... air will give you a home away from home feel. Each room is named after the snow-capped mountains surrounding the...
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is there an availability of room on 4th of June to 6th of June? what are the tariffs?
Answer from Jalaj N
May 2018 |
... on MakeMyTrip website. You may check availability there. However getting a room might be difficult due to tourist season.
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Dheeman wrote a review Aug 2020
Mumbai, India15 contributions
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My first stop at Kaza was the charming Hotel Deyzor. A typical Tibetan structure with a cute verandah and bright yellow windows greeted me. After an arduous journey a comfortable space is what one looks for but this place was not just comfort, it had personality. Entering the hotel, one automatically gets transported to a magical world of artefacts collected from all over the word, it was a travellers paradise.
The menu looked elaborate and very diverse right for continental fare to local cuisine. I got adventurous and ordered a chicken CordonBleu. I was pleasantly surprised by the most scrumptious meal in my entire trip! The food was comparable to a fine dining restaurant in Mumbai or Delhi.
Unfortunately all the rooms were occupied and I had to spend the night elsewhere, but I made Dyzor my base for all the other adventures i was planning.
I met the owner, Karan, a beautiful man with his lovely girlfriend. Over dinner, Karan informed me that they had a cancelation and one of the rooms had freed up. I was extremely happy and was put up in a room called Manirang.
The room was large and comfortable with all the facilities one needs. I felt truly at home. From thereon Dyzor became something like an oasis for me, where i could rest, meditate, chant and plan my travels. Karan helped me out with the itinerary of the places i should travel to. It was really one of the best experiences in my 30days of summer road trip from Mumbai to Spiti.
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Response from Karanbir Bedi, Owner at Hotel Deyzor
Responded 8 Sep 2020
Long awaited but thanks for the brilliant review. We all remember your visit and as was the case for me, i could make out that Spiti had a profound impact on you. I look forward to seeing the documentary when that's done so do remember sending me the link. We are planning some changes to Deyzor and i am sure whenever you visit again you will enjoy your time as much as you did the first time.
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Sumana M wrote a review Sep 2019
34 contributions5 helpful votes
We had breakfast at this hotel and the interior was really nicely done and had a different look .the menu was also quite different from the normal menus in most restaurants and it had a variety of food to choose from be it poha, alu paratha , cornflakes with fruits, baked eggs etc. I strongly suggest anyone visiting kaza should dropin here for there delicious food. I have also heard that the hotel is good for staying also though I was not lucky to get a room there.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Karanbir Bedi, Owner at Hotel Deyzor
Responded 30 Sep 2020
Greetings and thank you for your review Sumana. Thrilled to know that you enjoyed the breakfast and also noticed that our menu and quality stands out. We try to surprise our guests with the selection on the menu and its worth the effort worth when guests enjoy what we serve.
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suchandrima wrote a review Jul 2019
delhi25 contributions71 helpful votes
The stay was truly experiential. Each corner of the hotel offers you too many interesting things to explore. The surrounding air will give you a home away from home feel.
Each room is named after the snow-capped mountains surrounding the Spiti valley. The room numbers are the heights of those mountains. This little anecdote must have given you the hint of what kind of experiential stay I am talking about. Believe me, there is much much more to absorb.
You will feel the touch of personal care and love in every drop of water and food they serve. The food is amazing. Karan(if he is there), the owner will tell you histories/ stories about Spiti. He can arrange cars for visiting the surrounding areas and villages. He will draw maps for you if you want to collect fossils from the open meadows of Langza village.
June end is the best time to visit Kaza and this is the BEST hotel in Kaza.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Corner suites are large and sunny.
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Dwipen B wrote a review May 2019
7 contributions1 helpful vote
Firstly Kaza is heaven. Beautiful place. In such a height and remote terrain place, having a hotel like this itself is great. Best 3 qualities in this hotel :

1. Unbelievable good sumptuous food (can't imagine we had Sizzlers which is anytime comparable with any Metro city good restaurant).
2. Very clean hotel made with an idea of home feeling (photographs on all walls, corridors with small note for each, keeping antiques and books on self) and a sort of antique touch and feeling everywhere.
3. Cozy

Could be better:
1. Arrangements of hot water (had geyser but works very late or were not working for sometimes, atleast in our room for first day)

2. Too much of posters / notes on restrictions, like writings
warnings messages everywhere for tourists - example : Not to touch things, not to behave like thieves, not to take soap from toilets or not to take books or photos or shoplift antique items from shelf which they have kept as show items or to decorate). Who on earth will travel thousands of miles to shoplift items from hotels. Common... It shows negativity on owners mind and how he thinks about their guests:) ... too much...

Otherwise good experience and hospitality.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Himalayanshepherd, Owner at Hotel Deyzor
Responded 28 May 2019
Julley Mr Dwipen and thank you for your review. We're glad you liked the food at Deyzor and also how our little hotel is done up. Deyzor is indeed a labour of love as most of our guests as well like to put it. It is precisely because of this that we treat it like our house and not like a hotel. Unfortunately on some occasions some guests have not respected our love for our place and have taken books, artefacts, etc. And it is because of that reason that we have put of a couple of notes hoping it would dissuade those who might misuse our trust. The notes are not therefore representative of our 'negative mind' but an unfortunate reminder of what we face. You stayed for 3 nights in Manerang (Deluxe room facing the road) and there were three of you sharing the room. The water boiler therefore will require time to heat up. However i am absolutely sure that at the time of check in we would have told you that in case you require hot water when there is no electricity then we would provide buckets of hot water from our solar heater. Thank you once again for visiting Spiti and Deyzor and all of us here remember your stay fondly and hope to host you again.
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Jigeesha Nayyar wrote a review Jan 2019
3 contributions2 helpful votes
Deyzor is an ideal space for those traveling to Kaaza. Every little aspect of this place, such as the staff, room decor, food, library, etc is well thought out and i would stay here each time i visit Kaaza.
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Answer from Jalaj N
May 2018 |
The hotel is available on MakeMyTrip website. You may check availability there. However getting a room might be difficult due to tourist season.
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delhi2urs asked a question Apr 2017
New Delhi, India1 contribution
What was the cost of room for solo traveler?
Answer from Himalayanshepherd
Apr 2017 |
The tariff for our hotel for 2017 is - Deluxe room - Rs 1950 ( 2 rooms) Superior room - Rs 1650 (first floor) (4 rooms) Superior room - Rs 1350 (ground floor) (2 rooms) Standard room - Rs 900 (double occupancy only) (2 rooms) SINGLE OCC IS GIVEN A 15% DISCOUNT
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Answer from Himalayanshepherd
Mar 2017 |
Greetings from Spiti. Our Hotel is not next to the monastery but about 100mts from it, behind the BSNL office. On the ground floor we have the STANDARD rooms and on the 1st floor are the SUPERIOR and DELUXE rooms which are bigger. We have als added 2 more rooms to the g.floor, size of which is bigger than the STANDARD rooms and they have an outdoor sit-out.
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