Welcome To Nalanda Ladakh

Hotel Nalanda Ladakh is located at a distance of 3.0 km from Leh Kushok Bakula Rimpochey Airport and 2.1 km from Bus Stand. In the nearby area of property, guests can explore beautiful places of the Hotel Nalanda Ladakh like Shanti Stupa(2.1 km), Leh Palace(2.2 km), Namgyal Tsemo Monastery(4.5 km), Stok Monastery(15.9 km) and Thikse Monastery(19 km) for an unforgettable memories. Hotel Nalanda Ladakh is located at a distance of 681 km from Railway Station. For an adventurous, comfortable and trouble-free stay property offers room amenities like parking, 24 hour room service, airport transfer (price advised by hotel) and laundry Services. Doctor on call facility is also available to resolve any medical emergencies. The hotel makes arrangement of kitty parties and birthday parties. Safety deposit locker is available for the guests to keep their valuable things safe and secure. Moreover, extra mattress is also available for the guests on request. Enjoy staying in the comfortable air-conditioned rooms that are replete with amenities like television, balcony, minibar, telephone, shower area and attached bathroom with essential bathroom toiletries. The in-house restaurant serves a range of tantalizing dishes to suit all palates. One can relax and enjoy favorite cocktails, mocktails at the bar. Guests can also relax and have a peaceful time in the garden at the hotel. Have a fun filled and relaxing stay at Hotel Nalanda Ladakh

Ladakh Attractions

Check the attractions of ladakh in nearby of hotel
Finest Hotel in Leh Ladakh

Pangong Lake

Pangong Lake is also known by the name of Hollow Lake and appears as a clear symbol of nature craftsmanship. The brackish water plays with sunlight to produce different effects of light. One-third part of the lake lies in India while the remaining two-third lies in Tibet, a region controlled by China.
Attraction Places

Shanti Stupa

The Shanti Stupa features the photograph of the current Dalai Lama with the relics of the Buddha at its base.The stupa is built as a two-level structure. The first level features the central relief of Dharmachakra with deer on each side.