The beauty of Ladakh, a union territory in Northern India, and its capital city Leh, is unmatched. Bikers to mountain lovers, and everyone in between head to Ladakh for the perfect escape from city life. From small and quaint homestays to luxury properties, here is a list of hotels to stay in when you are in Leh, Ladakh.


LeHostel, Leh Old Town

Located very close to the main Leh Market Mall Road, this hostel has Wi-Fi and private bathrooms. They offer female-only and mixed dormitory rooms with bunk beds. LeHostel has a cafe and a restaurant as well.

INR 569++ 

Address: Leh Old Town, Opposite Ali Ju Old Cinema Hall Besides Polo Ground, Leh


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NotOnMap - Likir Community Village Homestays

This homestay has a very local homely atmosphere, with traditional decor. They have dorm room style accommodation where you can book a bed for yourself. A vegetarian breakfast made up of local dishes is provided at the homestay every morning. 

INR 799++

AddressVillage Likir, Leh


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Zostel, Leh

Zostel is a popular chain of backpacker hostels across the country. The one in Leh promises a great view of the mountains, proximity to the main roads and a rooftop cafe. They have both dorms and private rooms.

INR 599++

Address: Shaheen Guest House, Karzu Road near circuit house, Karzu, Leh 


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Hotel Yarab Tso, Nubra

Located on the banks of the river Nubra, this hotel has 3-star accommodations. They have family, double, and deluxe rooms, which are a mix of traditional and modern. You can dine at their two restaurants and one cafe. 

INR 4,000++

Address: Upper, Skara Rd, Leh


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Hotel Zomday, Ladakh

Less than two kilometres from the centre of Leh, Zomday has all the amenities you want when travelling. Clean rooms, central heating, Wi-Fi and fireplaces in the rooms. The building boasts traditional decor elements made of wood and timber, so you can take some picturesque photos during your stay here. 

INR 3,292++

Address: Skara Rd, Leh, Ladakh


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Ladakh Palace Boutique Hotel

This hotel is very close to tourist spots like Shanti Stupa and Leh Palace. All their rooms have a Raphsal (a balcony in the traditional Ladakhi style). Their restaurant offers a spread of Indian and global cuisine. 

INR 4,372++

Address: Near Shanti Stupa, Yurtung, Leh


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The Grand Dragon Ladakh 

One of the few 5-star hotels in the area, The Grand Dragon Ladakh has sensational views and traditional Ladakhi architecture. The hotel also has luxurious rooms and heritage suites. Take your pick from their three eateries and coffee shops.

INR 15,930++

Address: P. Namgyal Road Sheynam, Ladakh


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The Indus Valley, Leh

The luxury property is situated just two kilometres away from the famous Shanti Stupa. Choose from deluxe rooms, King rooms with a spa bath or the Presidential suite. They have three restaurants so you can enjoy local fare as well as international cuisine.  

INR 15,000++

Address: Upper Chulung Fort Road, Leh


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Lchang Nang, Nubra Valley, Leh

An eco-luxurious resort and hotel, this one is the perfect place to stay if you are looking to rest and rejuvenate. They have rooms and family cottages. Apart from the usual amenities and activities, they also have mindfulness and yoga sessions. 

INR 20,060++

Address: Teggar Village, Nubra Valley, Leh


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Stok Palace, Heritage Hotel Ladakh

This palace was converted into a boutique and heritage hotel in 1980. They offer royal heritage rooms - Suite Rooms, The Royal Suite and The Queen’s Room. Their kitchen makes traditional dishes with recipes handed down over generations. 

INR 16,500++

Address: No. 08, Post Box, Stok Palace, Stok, Ladakh


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Published on: Nov. 24, 2022, midnight Last modified on: Jan. 16, 2023, 12:54 a.m.
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