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Sat, 26 Jan – Sun, 27 Jan (1 Night) | 1 Room | 1 Guest
Near Busstop,Tabo,Lahul & Spiti, Shimla , 172113 | Show on Map
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Providing accommodation in Tabo, Dewachen Retreat offers 24-hour room service and front desk assistance to its patrons. The property can be reached from the Tabo Bus Stop, which is 1 km away. The hotel accommodates well-appointed rooms that are equipped with essential amenities.
Available conveniences in the rooms are makeup mirror, television set, and attached bathroom with hot/cold running water.Apart from good accommodation in Tabo, the property is inclusive of a restaurant within its premises.
Laundry, medical aid and luggage storage are a few of the other conveniences provided by the hotel.Nearby points of interest to drop by include Chorten (0.5 km) and Tabo Monastery (0.5 km). Dewachen Retreat is roughly 47 km away from the Taxi Stand Kaza.
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by yogita p on January 2, 2018
We stayed here on 25 of October. Which was actually their closing date for the season. But they did provide us with a clean and cosy room with a beautiful view of the mountain and tabo monastery. Enjoyed a lovely dinner and breakfast.the staff was very prompt and helpful.
by Naj_N82 on November 8, 2017
Stayed here for a night on our way to Kaza. This is a little place overlooking the mountains and the oldest monastery in the area. The hotel is very functional but the service was great. We reached in pretty late at night due to a landslide that delayed the traffic but the guys were waiting for us in the main entry to the village.They got us warm food and tea. Breakfast was on order and pretty decent. The also got us nice packed lunch for our onward journey to Kaza. The morning view of of the mountains from the room was amazing.
by tanuka_dutta on November 2, 2017
When we arrived at Dewachen Retreat, Tabo, it looked like somebody's house. It had a massive, carved wooden front door that gave it a pagoda-like look. The door opened into a lounge-cum-dining area with a wooden ceiling and graceful, wooden furniture. We called out, and a staff member came out of the kitchen to check us in. Four bedrooms lined the corridor at the back of the house, with a balcony running along the outside. The balcony overlooked fields and apple orchards, with the Tabo monastery visible less than a kilometre away. The food served was local cuisine and delicious! This is a good place to halt if you don't want to drive to Kaza in a single journey. Tabo is a tiny village and also boasts the oldest monastery in the region.
by shalzart on October 16, 2017
Tabo is a small town in the Spiti Valley and our stay at dewachen made it beautiful. Dewachen tabo is a small property with only 8 rooms. But its very comfortable n clean n cozy , with basic provision of hot water n soap n shampoo n towels. The rooms are decent size n well furnished. From the back of the hotel rooms we can see the Tabo Monastery. The front overlooks the mountain with 33 caves. The caves were used by the panda as during Mahabharata time. Very helpful and kind and courteous staff too. Yum Food was freshly cooked and served. Just like home made food. Enjoyed our stay and enjoyed Tabo.
by RBJoel on October 6, 2017
Tabo is a tiny, but charming little village built around an ancient Monastery. From the balcony of our room, we looked out over the village and the monastery and the amazing mountains. It's a place I could sit for hours. The hotel itself was OK. The room was small, the bed was comfortable and the bathroom and shower were fine. The service was strange. We were the only guests in the hotel and were met by two young guys who were very friendly, but not terribly helpful and certainly not professional. We had ordered dinner in advance and they were told we are vegetarians, but they prepared chicken. Breakfast was not good, perhaps the worst breakfast we had on this trip to Himachal Pradesh. There was no beer or wine at the hotel. At night we went up to the roof to look at the stars - which were breathtaking. In any case, it was fine for one night. I wrote mid-range in terms of cost but by Western standards it's budget, as are most hotels in India.
by RBJoel on October 6, 2017
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