Our Cloud house spacious rooms are perfect for the night- chatters who would like to share their day experiences while not having to leave the comfort of your own bed. The room has a capacity of 4 pax in total.
We are a boutique hotel in Leh, and pride ourselves on sharing our beloved Ladakhi culture with you from the moment you are greeted with a warm "Julley!" upon arriving, to the intricately carved traditional woodwork in our rooms, to the delicious home- cooked food we serve in our traditional Ladakhi dining room. Our family aims to make you feel at home-- welcome, comfortable, inspired, and nourished. Silver Cloud blurs the line between homestay and hotel offering you privacy and attention to detail in a warm, personal, family setting.
We are unique in Leh in our ability to connect you to many aspects of Ladakh. Like other hotels, we can arrange treks and tours to any of the exquisite locations within Ladakh. However, we also offer personalised cultural concierge services. Want to watch Ladakhi wood-carving in action? Learn about Tibetan thangkas or Ladakhi dance? See beautiful Buddhist statues carved in front of your very eyes? We are happy to connect you to any of the facets that make Ladakhi culture so special.
We are currently looking for professional photographers visiting in September 2017 as we prepare to update our website gallery and pictures on our listings. Let us know if you are the one, or know anyone who might be interested, we promise to make it worth your while.
* No shoes in the meditation room/chapel.
* Do NOT discard any other sanitary items in the toilet except toilet paper. Please be mindful to not discard anything other than toilet paper in the commode toilet. There's separate bin provided for other items that you may want to discard. It will block the bathroom otherwise.
* Please be mindful of other guests and our family when you are staying with us, especially if you have enjoyed a glass or two of beer or any other alcohol. Our guests are lovely company to keep & we love to tell you more about Ladakh but we couldn't entertain drunk guests either.