DZONGKAR, the newly- opened hotel located in the heart of the city, not only offers a unique view of the city and adjoining valleys and villages, along with Kanchenjunga(Khangchendzonga), the third highest mountain the world, it is located on the southern gateway to the posh Mahatma Gandhi Marg.
Right from the moment you see the exterior aesthetics of the hotel, till the time you take a walk down the hallways of Dzongkar; you will experience a sort of an art phenomenon that captures everything we love and appreciate about the world around us.
You’ll notice it the instant you walk in – the attention to detail and the effort we made to meet your needs and requirements. Starting from the comfortable king-size bed to the spacious bathroom with separate shower, yoga mat and newspaper on request, we don't want you to lack anything.
The view from the hotel room window alone is worth the trip, and then there are all the little extras that make a stay at Dzongkar so special.
THINGS TO DO IN THE CITY
There are many spots in and around the city that holds a lot of History. Take an early morning or evening walk to these places to learn a little more about this beautiful state.
With the hotel being located in the heart of the city, take advantage of all the nearby cultural sites to hit, from - the Local Cottage Industries to the countless religious sites.
Take a two minute stroll to the buzzing Local market, where you can enjoy everything from -Organic produce to maybe, a traditional Sikkimese dress to gift your loved ones.
Home to a number of wildlife sanctuaries, pristine lakes and vantage points, the place is a hotspot among adventure enthusiasts, nature lovers and photographers. You can undertake the amazing treks or bike along the narrow trails, or you just can relax and soak in the serenity of the place.
Included recently in UNESCO's world heritage sites, the Kanchendzonga National Park is a rare high altitude national park and the first "Mixed-Heritage" site of the country. The area is home to most endemic and rare species of flora and fauna including the Snow Leopard and Himalayan Tahr.