We (my wife and me) had stayed at Deyzor in October'16. Our stay at Deyzor was absolutely amazing. Do not mistake Spiti/Kaza to be your average tourist destination. It is a very tough terrain and getting hold of even basic amenities is very difficult. Amidst such hostile surroundings (Unforgiving mountains, harsh weather, broken tracks(roads are almost non existent at most places)) Hotel Deyzor is a beautiful place to stay. Special credit goes to the host (Karan) for such a homely atmosphere and such tastefully done rooms. Food served is always fresh. I spent 3 days at Deyzor and wished I could have stayed more. People looking for creature comforts should look elsewhere but those who like to be close to nature, explore their surroundings, Spiti/Kaza & Hotel Deyzor will completely mesmerise you. You can spend hours sitting in the coffee shop cum restaurant cum reception and speak to Karan to know more about the locals and life in general at Spiti. You can walk down to the monastery (just a 2 mins walk from Deyzor) for prayers or you can go to the local market (15 mins walk) and check out shops over there. My Advice to people who wish to visit Spiti - Go to Spiti as a traveller and not a tourist. Absorb your surroundings and embrace nature.