Recommended and Best Hotels in Spiti Valley

by Vargis.Khan

Where to stay in Spiti and best hotels is one of the most frequent questions I get asked so thought to put together this information on one page. Below is a list of some good hotels in Spiti valley; actually on the entire circuit. Name and feedback was provided by other fellow travelers who went to the region and were kind enough to share feedback.

Recommended and Best Hotels in Spiti

Hotels at Kalpa
  • Hotel Rakpa Regency – Contact person is Rajkumar @ 080453255038. Room rent is around 800 (whatever he say just bring him down to 800 bucks). They have hotels in Chitkul , Nako as well (rate same . ask rajkumar to call Mr. Negi at Nako )
  • Kinner VillaClean, comfortable, well located and great view of Kinner Kailash. Little expensive for facilities provided.
  • Hotel Parvati – Great place to stay with a great view
Hotels at Kaza
  • Hotel Delek House – Contact Person, Shirling @ 094597 03488
  • Hotel Deyzor – An excellent place, and the food is incredible (even grown in their own greenhouse). Well located, with good amenities, and high attention to detail. Karan, the proprietor, is a great guy & friend.
  • Hotel Spiti Valley – Owned by Mr. Tanzin Rabgay and is located right opposite Kaza Monastery. Very awesome host and very friendly guy. Highly recommended to everyone visiting Kaza. His phone number is 9418927312
Hotels at Rampur
  • HPTDC Bushar Residency – Clean & reasonable.
Hotels at Chitkul
  • Samaa Resorts – Run by a warm couple. Very nice location, good food, homely feel.
Hotels at Nako
  • Kinner Camps – Swiss tents. Great location (above lake and near viewpoint), good food. Can spend time with Sangha the friendly Tibetan Mastiff.
Hotels at Tabo
  • Tashi Khangsar (same owner as Tiger’s Den). Clean, comfortable, good lawn & location (behind town center and monastery, but not on main road either).
Camps at Chandratal
  • Jamaica’s Camps. Best place to stay at Chandratal. Other camp sites may have slightly better tents but they have no idea on how to treat their guests. People staying at some other camp sites were complaining of bad food and other problems. One camp site owner was even so drunk that he did not cook for his guests at all. At Jamaica however, you will be treated royally and will remember the evening spent.
  • Parasol Tents – If staying at Jamaica’s did not work and he was completely full then you can try Parasol Camps. Nice hospitality and food. Bishen, the proprietor, is a warm & humorous host.

These are just a few to mention. I will continue updating the list as I receive feedback from other travelers. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask in the comments section below; or at our Community Forum and I will be glad to answer.

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Aman Agrawal March 8, 2020 - 10:43 pm

Hellow Adventurists,

Season 2020 is in!!
We are a fun working couple from Bangalore and all set to hit the Majestic Spiti Valley this year.
Our preferred dates are Apr 25 – May 3, 2020 (however flexible though).

We are bike adventurists.
We own a Harley Super Glide & a RE Himalayan.
So yes, you got that!
You are being invited for a 100% fun unadulterated bike adventure.
For our entire route, we will have a back-up vehicle following us & back us up (Our Cost).

So if you spirits need a lift, Spiti is calling
Give us a shout out!
We would love to share our itinerary & other info such as night stops, hotels, costs, weather, packing lists, safety hazards & other emergency remediations etc.

Please be fun and please be safe.
Thanks,
Aman
+91-93245-46369

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B RAJESH KUMAR February 25, 2020 - 5:47 am

Hello Sir
We are planning for spiti we are from Chennai our date’s are from 24/04/20 to 05/05/20 Delhi to Delhi please suggest a plan we are 5 members (one couple and 3 childrens 12,14,16)
Thanx in advance

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Vargis.Khan February 25, 2020 - 7:04 am

How are you traveling Sir?

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Aman Agrawal March 8, 2020 - 10:19 pm

Hi Rajesh, We are a working couple from Bangalore and planning to do Spiti with exactly almost same dates. We have some itinerary planned out for us. We are adventure freaks and hence would love to do this trip on a bike. I own a Harley Super Glide + RE Himalayan. We also have a back up Gypsy vehicle that’d follow us thought out the route. Would you guys like to club up with us please? If yes, I would be happy to run the itinerary we have in mind. Something we could always tweak to suite all of us. Please do let me know. Thanks.

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Ankur Bansal July 5, 2019 - 12:56 am

Hi Vargis, I am planning spiti circuit in last week of July 19. Me and my wife do we need to book for chandraral camps beforehand or can it be booked just after reaching there.
July is monsoon season and chances of landslide and as recommended we will be having one buffer day. What about advance booking at Manali or nako or mud village. What do you recommend.

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Vargis.Khan July 5, 2019 - 1:10 pm

Hi Ankur,

You will accommodation on the spot in Spiti and Chandratal as well. You may want to book at other places en route though.

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Aditi June 11, 2019 - 12:43 pm

How hotels at tabo in particular tiger den or tashi khangsar can be booked from kolkata

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Kalyan Neogi May 27, 2019 - 3:59 pm

Hello Sir, we are planning to visit Kaza in June, our tour programme is as follows,
Day 1 – Shimla to Reckong Peo
Day 2 – Reckong Peo to Kaza
Day 3 – Kaza
Day 4 – Kaza – Pin Valley – Mud – Tabo
Day 5 – Tabo to Kalpa
Day 6 – Kalpa to Shimla
please suggest wheather any change in tour programme is required as the tour party will also comprise of two child 8 & 10 years old.

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Vargis.Khan May 27, 2019 - 5:40 pm

When are you traveling Kalyan Bhai? Better plan like this.

Day 1 – Shimla to Chitkul
Day 2 – Chitkul to Kaza
Day 3 – Kaza
Day 4 – Kaza – Pin Valley – Mud – Tabo
Day 5 – Tabo to Kalpa
Day 6 – Kalpa to Shimla

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KALYAN NEOGI May 28, 2019 - 9:20 am

We will start our journey from shimla on 06.06.19

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KALYAN NEOGI May 28, 2019 - 9:23 am

We will start from Shimla on 06.06.19

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Kalyan Neogi May 28, 2019 - 9:38 am

We will start from Shimla on 06.06.19.
Is this tour plan too hectic?

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Vargis.Khan May 28, 2019 - 12:09 pm

No it is not hectic.
When you are in Kaza and if the road to Manali is open, you can exit that way as well rather than coming back to Shimla.

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Chetan May 22, 2019 - 7:31 pm

Hello Mr Vargis m following ur this blog from last 2 years as I was planning to visit spiti but coz of obvious reasons I cld Nt make it but his year in July 2019 m planning to visit spiti wanted to knw few things such as is July is d Ryt tym to go(mid July) hotels info n costing. It will b great help,m planning to do it on my motorcycle in limited budget.

Thax in advance

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Nethra g February 7, 2019 - 4:52 pm

I have been following your blog for a long time and I am doing winter spiti in Feb this month 2019. I am from South. Max minus 7 to 9 degrees I have experienced in other places. What can we expect with minus 20 degree temperature. Every day I am checking the news status.

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Vargis.Khan February 7, 2019 - 11:40 pm

Hi Nethra – Please see the article below. Should help answer all your questions.

https://vargiskhan.com/log/spiti-valley-in-february/

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Adarsh Tirkey August 18, 2018 - 1:01 pm

Hello Sir, We are planning on making a trip to spiti valley around mid of October. Would these hotels and guest houses still be available at that time of the year ?

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