Club Mahindra Gangtok, Royal Demazong
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClub Mahindra Gangtok, Royal Demazong
If you arrive at night, it's pitch dark and the journey tiring. When you wake up the next morning and go to the balcony, you are greeted with lush green mountains decorated with pine trees all around. The fresh mountain air is all you'd need to wake up and spend some time relaxing.
The staff is courteous, nice, welcoming and treats you like you're the most important person in this whole world. You don't need to introduce yourself to them ... check in and every where you go - fun zone, The Orchid Restaurant or The Alpine Bar, everyone knows you and the room you're staying in.
The rooms are clean and the bed cozy. Some rooms don't have a geyser, which could be an inconvenience, but I am sure they'd arrange some hot water for you if you ask for it. The food is delicious, albeit expensive.
The place is located near Chandmari, Gangtok which is a good half hour drive away from Gangtok town. If you're looking for a place to relax, away from town is what you'd need.
All in all - I had a wonderful time there. Highly recommended!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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Travel Blogs from Gangtok
... where the river Teestha confluences with River Rangeet. The view point is amazing. On days with clear sky, one can witness the clear turquoise color of the water of river Teestha winding thru the mountains. On the other side of the view point are some tea plantations.
The drive from Darjeeling to Gangtok takes about 4 to 5 hrs. We reached Gangtok in the evening and were lucky enough to attend the winter fest that was going on in ...
Louise purchased a rug in Darjeeling – so now I'm the only GOG left without one. Katherine got a bunch of kameez tops… and I bought way too many pashminas, shawls, and scarves… and knives... and a wood fueled backpacking stove. Jewelry was Louise’s downfall. Oh, and the tea – we bought lots of tea. Our suitcases are now officially at capacity. For the remainder of the trip, we have resolved to only buy only small ...
... br> That evening, as we walked back home up the hill there were loads of Divali tea lights in doorways to guide Rama and Sita home and everyone was setting off fireworks and firecrackers all over the place. We got back to our guesthouse and went up to the roof to watch hundreds of fireworks going off over Darjeeling and the young boy who works there got all pyromaniac on us and started setting them off from our roof as well, it was pretty cool! There is almost ...
... were bad we discover they can be worse. We rarely get out of first gear for 3 ½ hours and I spend most of the drive not looking down past the clouds. As soon as we enter Ghorkaland (tho really West Bengal) the tea appears on the steep slopes. It’s a picture we have all seen, the tea trees with women filling the cane baskets they carry on their backs. Darjeeling finally turns up amidst horns and traffic, people everywhere we are back in Bengal. Our driver has to park a distance ...
... otherwise deserted, with a directionless sign here and there to notify you that you're getting warmer.
Having found it and gobbled up a delicious dinner, we were the last remaining customers at a cosmopolitan eight o' clock in the evening, with the waiters subtly placing chairs on all the tables around us. They finally gently forced us to stop playing cards at eight thirty, way past our bedtimes.
All in all, our string of non-events made for a reasonably eventful day.