Divided into four storeys, the interior of the palace is gracefully filled with colours of heritage and culture. Based on a narrow hilltop, standing from the balcony, the guests can enjoy panoramic views of the Indus valleys. A fine composition of luxury with art and custom, the hotel provides 4 standards rooms along with The Queen’s Room and The Royal Suite. There is no facility of AC, Wi-Fi, intercom or TVs in the rooms as well as the hotel doesn’t practice use of plastic.
Standard Suite Rooms
Located in different portions of the palace, every room (total 4 in number), are intricately designed. Soaked in Ladakhi simplicity, these rooms are packed with ensuite bathrooms with good space.
The Queen’s Room
As the name suggests, this room is loaded with the vibe of a glorious history of Namgyals. The place has been renovated to bring back the elegance of the queen from the past. Another delight of the room is its balcony which faces the Indus valley.
The Royal Suite
This suite clearly reflects its name in terms of its ambiance. Decorated with pastel shades mixed in combination with mud-bricks and wooden fittings, the enchanting interior of the suite fills the space with Ladakhi aura. The suite has a dressing area, sitting area with a comfortable bedroom.
Immerse in a holistic dining experience at Stok Palace Hotel. The in-house chefs of the hotel are well experienced in cooking and preparing all major cuisine including traditional Tibetan, Ladakhi, Indian, and several other cuisines. The hotel serves delectable breakfast on the rampart of the palace so that the guests can cherish the views of the Indus valley while relishing on the meal. There are dedicated places for lunch and the hotel also lets its guests understand the traditional dining method at the dinner at the Old Royal Kitchen.
The nearest airport is in Leh at a distance of 16Km.
Jammu railway station is at a distance of 643km.