The house of Jewels as it is known in common Sikkimese parlance, was constructed by the King of Sikkim in 1932. This place served to entertain all the head of dignitaries and important personalities. So to say even the Dalai Lama stayed here for a short span of time. Now this 4800 square feet of sprawling palace has been remodeled into a heritage hotel.
Each of the 32 rooms in Hotel Nor Khill, Gangtok are tastefully done with vivid colors and period furniture accentuating the heritage value of the hotel. From the Dalai Lama to the U.S Ambassador to India all have stayed in this hotel and appreciated the décor and heritage value of the rooms. Each of the rooms overlooks the Himalayan range with its snow clad hills. Hospitality is a watchword with this hotel. The rooms are also equipped with the modern amenities.
Shangri la is the in house restaurant of Hotel Nor Khill, Gangtok offering you the choicest of Indian, Continental and Tibetan fares. The Dragon Bar rest in one corner of the hotel and is a good place to exchange greetings with friends.
Gangtok is the commercial hub and capital of Sikkim. It is inhabited by three main races as in Lepcha, Bhutias and Nepalese. Gangtok is taken as the focal point where visitors stop for a day or two and journey uphill to North Sikkim in Yumthang or Lachung. The temperature remains pleasant throughout the year and it is advisable to carry winter wears in winter as the temperature sometimes drops below zero degree. It is accessible from all the major and minor cities of Sikkim. The nearest airport is in Bagdogra.Book Now