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Hotel Sakya Abode

Main Road, Near Monestry, Kaza, Lahaulspiti, Kaza , 172114  |  Show on map

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Mon, 27 Feb - Tue, 28 Feb | 1 Room
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  • Overall Rating

    • 4.5
    • Hotel Sakya Abode

      (based on 95 reviews)

  • TRAVELLER RATING

    • Terrible 1
    • Poor 2
    • Average 9
    • Very Good 31
    • Excellent 52
  • RATING SUMMARY

    • Location
      4.5
    • Sleep Quality
      4.5
    • Rooms
      4.0
    • Service
      4.5
    • Value
      4.5
    • Cleanliness
      4.5

Choose this hotel if you want to relax after a long drive Choose this hotel if you want to relax after a long drive

by Sayantani C on January 12, 2017

This is not a backpackers hotel; rather a hotel where you can truly relax after a long drive. The hotel was equipped with all sort of basic facilities in an odd place like Kaza. The rooms have ample of sunlight and well ventilated. The beds and blankets were clan and warm. The restaurant serves good non veg food. The host is a young man who knows the Spiti valley too well, he advised us a lot about our forward journey which was really very helpful for us. We also used their phone to call back home.

Excellent in a rugged terrain Excellent in a rugged terrain

by Chirag M on December 13, 2016

After more than 200+ kms of rugged terrain and non-existant roads, one reaches Kaza and the warm welcome at this place feels like you are abode. I saw a couple of reviews of this place saying average, which I would certainly agree if it had been a regular traveller place but given the harsh conditions of this place and acute availability of supplies I would give this place and 'Excellent' badge! The staff is super friendly and always ready to serve you great sumptuous food. Rooms are average with adequate amount of blankets for this cold place. Some of the rooms have short doors, beware if you are above 6ft tall. Has a nice campfire place and the owner is really cool to make available all the required raw material for it. Overall I was super content with my stay at Sakya Abode and would surely look forward for another trip there.

A testimony to superlative Spitian hospitality A testimony to superlative Spitian hospitality

by PoohPuja on December 8, 2016

The hospitality that the Sakya abode staff showed is still etched in my memory! Its one of the high points of my Spiti trip. After a tiring journey of more than 10 hours from Manali through the worst possible terrains all you need is "home". And Sakya Abode is that home. I had terrible headache from the harsh journey and the staff at the hotel were so considerate, concerned and helpful. The owner Mr. Tsering takes time out to meet and ask about the well-being of everyone who puts up in the hotel every day. The hotel has has a quaint and informative dining area/restaurant. Do not forget to spend some there. Views from the hotel garden in the mornings are surreal. A cup of tea and the morning sun is all needed to make one's day start bright. Food is awesome given the remoteness of the place. Coming to rooms, they are Spitian huts now upgraded with some more fittings. The rooms are small but very cozy and gives the feel of staying the Spitian way also constructed in indigenous way, the rooms keep warm in chilly Spiti climate. All in all I believe Sakya Abode ( the heritage hotel) is the best place to stay when in Kaza.

Nice courtyard but tired rooms Nice courtyard but tired rooms

by Smallgoat on November 26, 2016

Sakya is built around a really nice courtyard, which is great for spending some quality time in the sun. The management was super helpful with suggestions for what to do in the area. The food was also pretty good, though the service can be very slow. My only real objection was that it was really cold in the hotel - in the common areas and in the rooms. Under the covers it was eventually ok, but surely something could be done about dining area?

Good rooms, great staff Good rooms, great staff

by Sapan M on November 10, 2016

We were here for 2 days in September 2016 during our Spiti trip and it was a wonderful stay. Rooms - The rooms were comfortable, warm and clean. Bathrooms were large, clean and had a geyser for hot water. Overall the whole place is maintained well. If you are expecting too much luxury, you are in the wrong part of the world. Restaurant - Restaurant serves good food. The regular Punjabi food was great ( not very easy to get around the area ). Its a nice break from Thupka and Rajma chawal. The restaurant is filled with books and the ambiance if perfect to spend the whole evening, as you read fascinating stories about Spiti. Staff and Service - This was the real highlight. The staff was very friendly in general, and the manager helped us with everything from planning our next day's ride to loading our bikes. Don't forget to enjoy some hot tea in the garden on a chilly day.

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Demo Trip Rooms one the First level have a better view than lower ground

by Chirag M on December 12, 2016

Demo Trip All rooms are good rooms!

by Yurtopia on October 22, 2016

Demo Trip Do eat food at the hotel It is amazing

by ashishgupta0811 on October 16, 2016

Demo Trip We only had lunch here so no idea about the rooms

by Wanderingsoul31 on September 18, 2016

Demo Trip All rooms are equally good, they are clean and comfortable. Don't look for space in such locations. :)

by anparash on August 22, 2016

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  • The primary guest must be at least 18 years of age to check into this hotel.
  • As per Government regulations, It is mandatory for all guests above 18 years of age to carry a valid photo identity card & address proof at the time of check-in. In case, check-in is denied by the hotel due to lack of required documents, you cannot claim for the refund & the booking will be considered as NO SHOW.
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