I have been traveling to Kinnaur during the last 12 months and I spent nights and time in this excellent hotel. High level service, great food and perfect position in a apples orchard... No one hotel has the same level. Warmly recommended
Love the grand shamba la and village of kalpa. . Quick, get there while it is still unspoiled by tourism! There has been a building boom of new hotels since we were there in 2016. Hotel is immaculate, staffed with wonderful people and serves excellent food. Gracious owner , Prithvi, helped us arrange excellent safe driver to take us through amazing spiti valley to leh, He was open to switching us when we didn’t like s couple of the hotels he had booked. Unfortunately hard to match standard of grand shamba la .. it is so top notch.
Location – The hotel is located on the road to Roghi village. Though the hotel can be seen from the road, access is through a narrow road which leads to the small parking area of the hotel. From Rekong Peo its about 30 minutes drive. The Hotel – The hotel structure consists ground + 6 floors which the top floor being the library. The library is well stocked. Each floor has 4 rooms with 2 facing the majestic and scenic Kinner Kailash Ranges. The ground floor houses the reception area and the dining area where all meals are served. Behind this there is a dining area for buffet meals with a small open courtyard. The bar i.e. Yeti Sports Bar and the meditation room i.e. Yeti Retreat can be accessed from this area. The meditation room is a must visit and one can enjoy the solitude…
We had an unexpected two night stay in the hotel due to a roadblock ahead of Kalpa. We could not have ended up in a better place. The rooms are beautiful, offering a great view of the snowy peaks. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. The attached bar too has some great views and stylish seating, offering local and punjabi dishes. Next time we are in the area, we will definitely come again.
The hotel has lovely views of the snow capped mountains. The approach to the hotel is very narrow but it is compensated by the lovely service of the staff. Special thanks to Mr Yashpal & his team for the lovely hospitality. The special Jain food prepared for us was of very good quality. The only draw back is the stairs that you need to climb to get to your rooms as there is no lift.