• Welcome To The Kaal.Ladakh

    Hospitality at Nature's Rooftop

    Situated in the heart of the ancient city of Leh, the Kaal ladakh extends a warm and luxurious welcome to all guests from India and around the world.

    The kaal is a luxurious but reasonably priced hotel which is located in a calm green garden area with a splendid view of the Himalayan Mountains. The kaal ladakh also embodies best of local traditions architecture as well as luxurious accommodation to create a unique experience . It is a complete holiday hotel with all modern facilities.

    We cater to the needs of all travelers, offering exceptional service and unforgetable hospitality one desires for a perfect and a memorable stay in ladakh.

    Reason To Visit

    • 36 Deluxe, 3 wood paneled Suites having a blend of Local architecture and modern amenities
    • 24-hour Room Service
    • Multi-Cuisine Restaurant with separate vegetarian food on demand
    • Free Wi-Fi Internet access and computer access room
    • relaxing garden, exercise lawn and jogging track
    • Meditation Room
    • Travel Desk
    • Doctor on call
    • In-house laundry and dry-cleaning services
    • Parking space
    • Cultural shows and bonfire evening on demand

    About Leh Ladakh

    Leh lies at an altitude of 10500 ft high . Also known as the cold desert of india ,its home to ancient monasteries, offers some extreme weather and exceptional views.

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  • Hotel Kaal Tariff

    Deluxe Hotel in the beautiful environs of Leh, Ladakh {39 rooms}

    The Kaal Dbl room Sgl room Extra Bed Child without bed
    AP ( with three meals ) 5800/- 4700/- 2450/- 1880/-
    MAP ( breakfast and diner ) 5200/- 4400/- 2200/- 1630/-
    CP (with breakfast) 4700/- 4100/- 2000/- 1430/-
    EP (room only ) 4000/- 3400/- 1700/- 1080/-

    Extra Breakfast@ 250/- Extra Lunch@ 395/- Extra Dinner 450/- per pax Child below 05 year free

    Above rates are valid from 1st April to 30th September 2015

    Note....

    *AP :- American plan (with all three meal's)

    *MAP :- Modified american plan ( breakfast and dinner )

    *CP :- Continental plan( breakfast )

    *EP :- European plan( only room )

    Services and Facilities

    • 40 beautifully appointed deluxe rooms that including Suites. Each with all modern amenities like LCD TV with entertainment channels, telephone, Wi-Fi Internet access (Free), and magnificent views. 24-hour Room Service
    • Centrally heated rooms
    • Multi-Cuisine Restaurant with separate vegetarian food on demand
    • Relaxing garden, exercise lawn
    • Travel Desk
    • Doctor on call
    • In-house laundry and dry-cleaning services
    • Parking space
    • Cultural shows and bonfire evening on demand
    • Meditation room
    • Free Wifi Internet access
    • Computer access in the lobby
    • Computer Room

    Ladakh Weather

  • Our Address

    The Kaal
    Skara,
    Leh Ladakh 194101

    Mobile:+91 9419278999
    Mobile:+91 9999227196
    Mobile:+91 9622968333
    Telephone:01982-251333
    Telephone:01982-253333
    E-mail: Hotelthekaal@gmail.com
    E-mail: Stanzinsonam11@gmail.com

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  • General Policies

    • All rates are Subject to change without notice
    • Rooms are booked subject to the final confirmation
    • Service voucher must be dispatch by or before the arrival of the guest
    • Check-in / Check-out time 10:00am
    • Meal plan will start from first day breakfast, due to early check-in/Check-out time,
    • (last day breakfast will consider as extra Breakfast)

    Cancellation Policies

    • Before 15 days of arrival dates 01 full day charges
    • Before 07 days of arrival dates 50% of the total amount
    • Before 03 days of arrival 100% of the total amount
    • Any amendments or cancellations should be informed in advance
    • No refunds for unexpected departures

    Services and Facilities

    • 39 beautifully appointed deluxe rooms that including Suites. Each with all modern amenities like LCD TV with entertainment channels, telephone, Wi-Fi Internet access (Chargeable), and magnificent views. The entire compartments are centrally heated which makes one’s stay luxuriously comfortable, even in winter.
    • 24-hour Room Service
    • Multi-Cuisine Restaurant with separate vegetarian food on demand
    • relaxing garden, exercise lawn and jogging track
    • Travel Desk
    • Doctor on call
    • In-house laundry and dry-cleaning services
    • Parking space
    • Cultural shows and bonfire evening on demand
  • GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT LADAKH

    • Area: 98000 square km.
    • Population: 135000
    • Altitude: Altitude ranges from 9000 feet (2,750 m) at Kargil to 25,170 feet (7,672 m) at SaserKangri in the Karakoram.
    • Temperature: In summers, up to 27 degree Celsius, and in winters it is -20 degree Celsius and below in the higher reaches.
    • Best Season: Early June to October
    • Clothing: In summers, light woolen clothes and in winters, heavy woolens with wind proofing

    A blend of adventure and mysticism make for the unique allure of Ladakh, also known as India’s Little Tibet, which is among the world’s highest inhabited plateaus. Situated at more than 3,000 metres above sea level, it lies more than 600 kilometres north of New Delhi in the Jammu and Kashmir state. Also popular as Moonland for its outlandish landscape of vast barren mountains, the bluest of skies and beautiful lakes that change colour during the day

    LADAKH, the land of jagged peaks and barren landscape is at once alluring and awe-inspiring. Hidden behind this harsh and forbidding façade is an ancient civilization and a captivating people. With its unaltered character and overwhelming natural beauty Ladakh beckons the more intense and adventurous of travelers. The awesome wilderness and magic can only belong to this great land of towering mountains and Buddhist simplicity. With the great Indus flowing right through Ladakh, the province is divided into Leh, the capital Nubra, Zanskar, lower Ladakh and Rupshu.

    The many distinctive features of Ladakh are its uplands, craggy, barren cliffs and plateaus. Governed by a climate that provides about 50 mm of rainfall each year, Ladakh is cold and dry. A visitor, therefore, will be faced with a long and bitter winter of frozen landscape but yet very beautiful, and a short, hot summer when the precious glaciers melt. The Ladakhi festival, which is organized on a large scale is a regular tourist event, which is held in Leh every year. It showcases the traditional dances, sporting skills and handicrafts with a lot of pomp and fan fare, and should not be missed. Ladakh offers excellent opportunities for adventure tourism.

    You can go river rafting in the highest location for the sport in the world along the 26-kilometers stretch from Phey to Nimo along the mighty Indus River. Ladakh’s high altitude and mountains make it an ideal spot for paragliding, mountaineering, trekking and even skiing. Besides the astoundingly beautiful landscapes and the alluring wide open cold deserts, the other most fascinating feature of Ladakh.

  • HOW TO REACH LADAKH

    • By Road: Travel by road gives you an advantage over flying into Leh as it enables you to acclimatize easily. As Leh is situated on a high altitude plateau and travelling by Jeep or car will give you the flexibility of stopping to see the several sights on the way. Srinagar – Leh road (434 km) is the main route with an over night halt at Kargil. The road is open between mid June and November. The Manali-Leh highway is a spectacular journey with an over night halt at tented camps at Sarchu or Pang. Kargil is situated on the main highway between Srinagar and Leh. The road from Kargil into the Suru and Zanskar valleys is open only between July and October.

    • By Air: Leh is the main airport for this area. Direct flights link it to Delhi, Srinagar and Jammu.
  • HIGH ALTITUDE TRAVEL – PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN

    All visitors must ensure they are physically fit before visiting Ladakh and Lahaul and Spiti. The high altitude environment is demanding. People with heart or lung disease must consult their doctor before planning a trip. Acclimatization is mandatory for visitors traveling by air. It is important to take complete rest for the first 24 hours after arrival and as much rest as possible for the next 12 hours. People traveling to altitudes above 10,000 feet (2700 m) are likely to suffer from acute mountain sickness. The most common symptoms are disturbed sleep, loss of appetite, nausea, coughing, irregular breathing, breathlessness, lack of concentration. In its more serious form, acute mountain sickness can be life threatening and so needs immediate medical attention.