Sakya Abode is a very modest yet clean place to stay in Kaza. The staff is patient and super helpful. Electricity is an issue all over Spiti so it would be unfair to expect hot water at all times.
The food is good
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This charming property is built in the traditional Himalayan style of architecture. Spread over two spacious floors, it has 12 double rooms with ensuite baths and a large dormitory. All the rooms open out to either an airy common verandah or balcony, that overlooks a lovely, grassy lawn-cum-courtyard. You can sit here and read, meditate, do yoga, play your guitar or simply enjoy the crisp Spitian sun. Or you can sit on our cute little terrace and sip a nice, warm cup of tea. For years, this has been a popular place to meet other travellers and make new friends. There is a spacious restaurant cum lounge area, and all the food is made fresh, right before meal times. Guests can avail Satellite Internet facilities, or curl up and browse through one of our many books on Tibetan Buddhism. The hotel has a doctor-on-call, and taxis can be arranged with some prior notice. You can also rent one of our mountain bikes, to explore the great Spitian outdoors. The Travel Desk will be happy to provide tips and info on Spiti. Should you have any other requirements, please feel free to speak to our friendly staff, which will do their best to help you. ... more less
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