Spic n Span Hotel

Old Road, Leh, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, 194101, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Old Road, Leh, is near Leh Royal Palace, Leh Post Office, Prayer Wheel, and Library Road Vegetable Market.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSpic n Span Hotel Leh

    Reviewed by crowdywendy

    A Lovely Stay in Ley: Jule-y!

    Reviewed Jul 7, 2012
    by (14 reviews) Crowdy Head, New South Wales, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

    The Spic and Span Hotel was great fun. With splendid views of the gorgeous ever changing Stok Kangri Mountain (altitude 6,153 m) and a backdrop of the majestic Zanskar Ranges, this lovely Tibetan styled hotel boasts super friendly and helpful staff, nicely appointed clean rooms and a very pleasant restaurant. We found the food and service very good. We enjoyed relaxing in the small pleasant gardens where we could order food and drinks, including alcohol. Local dance performances were held here also. We would highly recommend this venue.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Spic n Span Hotel Leh

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Leh

    Jule (joo-lay) from Ley!

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on Jul 07, 2012

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    Jule, pronounced "Joo-lay" is a wonderful multi-purpose Ladakhi word that means "hello", "goodbye", "please", 'thanks' and "OK". In addition to our Pakistan guide Sadruddin's favourite term of "TK" meaning "OK", we had lots of fun, using TK, OK or Jule. Sometimes all three!

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    Leaving Leh…

    A travel blog entry by pwhy on Aug 19, 2014

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    Day 20 - Cafe hopping and a bit of shopping

    A travel blog entry by indianadventure on Aug 05, 2014

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    ... their vehicles to gauge if they could manage the militarys off road route. Our driver took a go at it (after asking us to get out and walk first) and he made it across the bog in one piece, and a bit muddier.
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    More than just a tourist now

    A travel blog entry by cgadams1947 on Jul 05, 2014

    ... way. We met his mother who is 76 and sisters and brothers etc There was also another guest who is a German art restorer working on restoration of nearby cave murals. The communists destroyed many similar ones in Tibet but those in Ladach were safe as well as the culture So many interesting people here, they are all amazed when they find we are only here for a week! The group doing the ...

    Why I believe in reincarnation!

    A travel blog entry by pwhy on Jun 08, 2014

    ... our consciousness, part of the Divinity of everything. That is how I feel it. Death is the end of our personality, not the end of our existence. It just makes sense, since life is infinite, and infinitely diverse, that our 3-D existence is simply a small part of something so much bigger. Since my late teens, there has been multiple life experiences, books and teachers that have all added to re-inforcing this belief, and I will keep it alive until something better comes ...