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Spangmik (on Pangong Tso), Spangmik India
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Spacious tent and comfy bed. Unfortunately when we stayed the temperature was very cold and no heater which makes it somewhat miserable. Hot water is only on in the morning for 1 hour. Water is ice cold. The resort is very near to Pangong Lake, within walking distance and dining room is facing the beautiful Pangong Lake.
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While we were booked for a couple of rooms at the mud-structured section of this hotel, we found the same to be muggy (and smelly) possibly because of the carpets and the windows hardly being opened. We asked if we could check their tents and opt for the same, which they graciously agreed (it helped that this was end of season so they had rather low occupancy). The tents were well structured. There is a small sit-out area inside the tent, and then a bedroom area with a large double bed, comfortable with mattress and double quilts. This additional portion of the tent did help to keep some of the wind away, and alongwith the bedding, kept the tent more insulated from the cold at night. Would still recommend some layers of warm clothing (gloves, ear muffs, etc) as additional protection for the cold weather at night. There was also a separate section for the bath/toilet with a small wash basin, a western toilet, and a bath area, which were kept clean. A nice touch was a small area of the tent (between bedroom and toilet) that has a cupboard to keep clothes, and also doubles up as a changing room!! Hot water is supplied via the water line only for an hour in the morning. This is definitely a luxury not to be underestimated at this place. We had three meals at this place - starting with a late lunch, then dinner in the evening and breakfast the next morning. Expectedly, the food is North Indian fare, but very adequate in variety and quantity. There is no wifi in this place, and only cellular service is BSNL. Electricity is available at this resort only for 3 hours in a day between 7 and 10 in the evening, and electric points for charging mobile phones, or batteries, is only at the main dining hall (not in the tents). Given the harsh conditions of this place, I would definitely recommend this place for the various facilities provided, and the efforts by the staff to serve to their best ability.
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Had visited the resort in june 18 with family. We opted for the tent which was spacious with good bed n bedding. The tent also had an attached western toilet. The food served was excellent. At such a remote location the service offered was good. Both dinner n breakfast were tasty. Overall a good experience.
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we were 3 families with small kids. Were able to get 2 rooms and two camps. Rooms are preferred for kids as it will be too cold. Rooms are big, neat and clean. Pure vegetarian food provided is nice and tasty. Especially tomato soup at dinner. Staff is courteous and helpful. Can get good view of lake from room.
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This camp has a great view of the lake and is run by very helpful staff. My tent had a big double bed, a standard and functioning toilet and sink in the bathroom, plus a shower of sorts. I thought this was pretty impressive for such a remote location. The walk down to the lake is a couple of minutes and when I visited there were only 4 or 5 other people down at the same section as me. This was fantastic! The food is basic (rice, dal, veg, paneer, chapatti), but is exactly what is needed and is decent quality. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. You get two duvets and a rug for the bed, but I would still recommend at least bringing a undershirt for the night. One negative for the bed was it was not quite as pristine as you would hope (quite a few hairs and not a fitted sheet). However, overall I would definitely recommend this resort and would 100% recommend a trip to Pangong lake. Personally i think one nights stay is all you need here unless you are going to do some hiking. Note: you will probably already know this, but it is worth mentioning that there is 0 WiFi in this area wherever you stay. Also, I would recommend bringing a power bank.
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$58 - $59 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
IndiaJammu and KashmirLadakhLeh DistrictSpangmik
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