The capital and the largest town of the Indian state of Sikkim, Gangtok is a beautiful hill station boasting a mix of numerous cultures and ethnicities. Most of the inhabitants here are Nepalese, Bhutias, or Lepchas. The city is known for its natural beauty and its numerous tourist attractions such as Tsomgo Lake, Tashi View Point, and Ban Jhakri Falls. River Teesta, which flows through Gangtok, is one of the best places for white-water rafting in North-East India. Numerous other popular tourist attractions here include Enchey Monastry, Rumtek Monastery, Ganesh Tok, and Do Drul Chorten. The hill town offers scenic views of the third highest mountain in the world, Mount Kanchenjunga. The town is also popular for authentic Tibetan and Indo-Chinese dishes such as Momos, Thukpa, Thenthuk, Wonton, Gyathuk, and Shah-Phaley, which you should not miss when visiting the town.
Guest house lodgings are nestled in deep lush valleys, amidst the picturesque peaks of the majestic Himalayas. They are the perfect combination of traditional Sikkimese hospitality and modern day comforts. These comfortable holiday homes command panoramic views of the mountain ranges and the enchanting beauty of the hill resort. The scenic locations of guest house properties here charm people from all around the world and offer them a chance to escape the cacophony of daily life.
Guest houses in Gangtok are budget friendly accommodations that are suitable for those who are looking for a comfortable stay with facilities and services such as car rental, driver-on-request, travel assistance, etc. for added convenience. Most of these vacation rentals have in-house restaurant kitchen. The cuisines served at these holiday rentals range from North Indian to Continental, but authentic regional delicacies are a must-try.
There is a wide array of guest house accommodations spread throughout Gangtok and on its outskirts for people looking for something a little away from the busy hill town. There are beautiful holiday properties located in areas such as Rongyek, Tadong, Aritar, Charkole, Upper Burtuk, Arithang,, P.S. Road, Namnang Road, Zuluk, Kewzing Road Rabangla, Tibet Road, M.G. Marg, Church Road, Lal Bazar, Vishal Gaon, Nam-Nag Road,, Ridge Road, Thrikkaripur, Bhanupath, Upper Sichey, Deorali, Sungava, Ranipool, Baluwakhan, and Namchi. You can rent a guest house accommodation within an approximate price range of INR 750 to INR 3250 per night. Some of these lodgings can accommodate as many as nine guests at a time.