B Class Hotel
|Location||Main Tukcha Road (Sheldan), P.O Box No.-204, Leh. Jammu and Kashmir.|
Hotel Hermit Hut in Leh features a total of fifteen decently furnished guestrooms that can be classified into 4 single and 11 double bedded rooms. The guests can choose their accommodation options as per their taste and requirements. The rooms have a cozy and intimate ambience and would hardly make you feel that you are away from your homely comforts. Besides, the rooms are also well appointed with the latest and updated in-room amenities which enhanced the comfort quotient of your stay. These facilities comprise of attached bath with running hot and cold water, room heater, telephone and color television with cable connection.
Leh's Hotel Hermit Hut features a multi-cuisine restaurant that takes care of the dining needs of the guests by whipping up tongue-tantalizing delicacies that will not only invigorate the jaded palate but will also leave your taste buds craving for more.
Make the most of your spare time by embarking on a sightseeing trips where you can pay visits to the nearby tourist attractions. The hotel has a travel desk that would render all the needful assistance to smoothen the creases normally associated with such trips.
Other Facilities :
The list of other additional facilities does not conclude here. There is a host of other ancillary facilities that aim to help the guests enjoy certain additional comfort and convenience that include wake up facility, doctor on call, laundry facilities and travel desk.
City Info :
The largest town of Ladakh, Leh was initially the capital of the Rajas of Ladakh, This corroborates the significance of this place. Ladakh is also dotted with a number of popular tourist attractions that comprise of Leh Palace, Leh Monastery and Gompa, Shanti Stupa, Spituk Monastery, Spituk Monastery, Sankar Gonpa and Shey Gompa. Sankar Gompa is inhabited by more than 20 monks and is easily accessible on foot. Leh Palace is a eight storied palatial structure dating back to the 16th century. The Leh Fort and the Shanti Stupa also warrant a special mention.
Leh and Kargil are the two districts of Ladakh which is in turn is an integral part of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Leh is the largest town of Ladakh. Leh has for a considerably long time served as the capital of the Rajas of Ladakh. Ladakh is replete with a number of popular attractions that include Leh Palace, Leh Monastery and Gompa, Spituk Monastery, Shanti Stupa, Spituk Monastery, Sankar Gonpa and Shey Gompa.