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All reviews the owner place to stay coffee table books nice garden rooms are clean hot water walking distance from the market beautiful monastery limited choice rooms are a bit small home away from home dining area mr tsering a wonderful stay comfortable stay ensuite bathroom books and magazines
Stayed 4 nights..
The rooms are a bit small by modern standard, but the building is the first ever hotel in Kaza, hence the oldstyle...
The owner Tsering stays on the campus and his team looks after the guests.. food excellent...
They have prefixed rotating...More
The hotel is situated near the Kaza monastery. It has comfortable rooms and common balcony. The dinning hall is specious and well decorated. One corner occupies library, the collection of books of which is awesome. The hotel has lawn amidst it. All modern amenities are...More
Without a doubt THE BEST hotel we stayed at during the entire trip. The ambience, people, food and surroundings made it the hotel we enjoyed staying at the most. I should also mention that this was the only hotel that provided wi-fi in the entirety...More
We had visited Kaza at the end of Aug and had an amazing 2days stay at Sakya Abode. Their rooms are small n cozy with 4 star amenities. A beautiful lawn to sit and read or relax in the hammocks. They have a huge lobby...More
I visited kaza in march which was the winter season so it was quite and cold. My intention was to stay at sakya abode but due to the winter season were all accommodations are closed, I stayed at the Sakya homestay.
Kaza is a small...More
Response from anandabh24 | Reviewed this property |
Kaza (in fact entire Spiti valley) is a place where internet and mobile connection is a challenge. Most of the renowned Indian mobile operators don't have any service there except one operator (BSNL). The hotel has internet... More
Kaza (in fact entire Spiti valley) is a place where internet and mobile connection is a challenge. Most of the renowned Indian mobile operators don't have any service there except one operator (BSNL). The hotel has internet connection in a internet cafe kind of arrangement but service is not very reliable (not due to their fault) and that facility is chargeable too.
Secondly, i would suggest that if you really want to stay in touch with your dear ones, you should better buy a simcard of BSNL before entering Kinnaur and Spiti valley.