- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Mount Simvo Gangtok
Travel Blogs from Gangtok
... the incredible view of Gangtok on the hill opposite. The city is perched up on the side of the mountains - as is our hotel. Many of the buildings are multistory and have parts below street level and above street level. Like our hotel. Our room is two floors below the lobby and the restaurant is 4 floors below the lobby.
We then had lunch at a nice restaurant in Gangtok - there was a sign about all of its pork products on the menu. I ...
... away at the sight of the lush greenery, scenic mountains covered with dense coniferous forests, the twists and turns of the river along the road, cherry blossoms, waterfalls, small hamlets and ofcourse the warm and welcoming smiles of the locals.
We reached Hotel Mount View, at Lachen in the evening. It is a small village surrounded by mighty snow-capped peaks and glaciers. The full moon and the starry night made it ...
... walk back to Darjeeling to make it 12km total but we had both found the walk so comfortable we decided there was no need for further training and that we should catch the toy train back instead. This had nothing to do with the child within, it was simply the most practical way back. Except the train wasn't due for 1/2 an hour, then it was another 1/2 hour late, then there was a 1/2 hour turn round, then the ticket turned out to be 335 rupees, and that was ...
... things over, and I really appreciated her honesty. I truly care for her, and no matter how it hurts me to face it, she is right. Also, I care a great deal for Charlene and I had no right to snap at her and treat her like that. I needed to try and fix it. So I went to the room and asked Charlene if she would be willing to hear me out. Thankfully she agreed, I apologized first, and I deeply meant it, and then I explained where I was coming from, and she was sorry ...
Before driving back to Siliguri we visited the townsite proper of Gangtok. It was a happening kind of place, who would have known! Deb and I browsed the little shops along the tiny streets of Gangtok. Apparently, Sikkim is the place to buy libations if you get my drift. Indians while visiting pick up extra beverages due to the tax system making purchases here a virtual bargain. It just so happened I knew a certain Tea expert who had ...