Spic n Span Hotel

Address: 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!

      Our drive from Alchi to Ley provided us with a good opportunity …

      Traveling on the Highest Road in the World

      A travel blog entry by timelaine on Oct 06, 2014

      22 photos

      Our next adventure in the high Himalayan Mountains took us on another jeep ride on the highest motorized road in the world. We crossed over Khardung La pass at 18,379 feet (5,602 meters) to go down into the Nubra valley to visit a few distant Himalayan villages. Most of the villages were established by Tibetan immigrants who were buddhists. At the end of the valley was a ancient village called Turtuk that was on the Silk Road. Most of the people were Muslim decendants who once lived ...

      Stok and Spituk on a scooter

      A travel blog entry by pwhy on Jul 29, 2014

      30 photos

      ... the Spituk Monastery. We first had to cross the Indus river again. The sight of any water in this extremely dry climate is always a welcoming one. It would have been great to just have a picnic under a tree by the river, but we had no food, no time and weren't hungry anyway, having had a soup back at the Museum. Spituk Monastery also offers great views of Leh and the Indus valley. The temple with the Buddha was closed unfortunately. After this, we still had a couple of hours to kill, so ...

      Up to and Into the Kalachakra in Leh, Ladakh

      A travel blog entry by hilarylake on Jul 27, 2014

      60 photos

      ... faiths to the Kalachakra Initiation also stating that it is important for people to remain true to their own faith while appreciating the truth of other traditions (I don’t have an exact quote, just a paraphrase). In Leh and around Ladakh you can see the vibrant beauty of the Ladaki dress and Buddhist imagery most everywhere you go, while also hearing the call to prayer from the ornate mosques that may be right next to a Buddhist stupa. Buddhists, Muslims, ...

      Day Thirteen – Indus River Valley Tour

      A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 07, 2014

      34 photos

      ... me. Our guide must have been worried, so he came over and yelled at the soldiers.

      On the way to the next monastery, we stopped at an anomaly called the Magnetic Hill. Our driver stopped the vehicle and put it in neutral. Sure enough, the vehicle started to roll up hill. Now, all of these type of phenomenon are all optical illusions. I am assuming this to be the case here as well!!!

      Our last monastery of the day is Spituk. It was built in ...