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Welcome to The Pelling Resort

Welcome to The Pelling Resort: A Tranquil Haven in the Lap of Nature

Discover a sanctuary nestled in the heart of nature, where tranquility meets luxury - The Pelling Resort. Our hotel is a hidden gem, surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of the Kanchenjunga mountain range, offering an unparalleled escape into the serenity of the Himalayas.

Location: Embraced by Kanchenjunga's Majesty:

Situated against the backdrop of the mesmerizing Kanchenjunga, The Pelling Resort is a haven for nature enthusiasts and those seeking a peaceful retreat. Wake up to the majestic sight of the world's third-highest mountain, its snow-capped peaks standing tall against the clear blue sky. Our resort is strategically located to provide you with panoramic views, allowing you to immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring grandeur of the Himalayas.

A Lonely Planet Experience:

Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and step into a world where you can truly connect with nature. The Pelling Resort offers a unique experience akin to being on a lonely planet, surrounded by pristine landscapes and a tranquil ambiance. Feel the gentle breeze, listen to the melodious chirping of birds, and witness the dance of sunlight on the mountains – here, you'll find solace and a sense of peace that is hard to come by in our fast-paced world.

Indulge Your Palate at Haldi Resto: A Culinary Haven within The Pelling Resort

Welcome to Haldi Resto, the culinary jewel nestled within The Pelling Resort, where every meal is a celebration of flavors. Our restaurant is committed to providing a gastronomic experience that transcends the ordinary, offering a diverse menu of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian delights that will tantalize your taste buds.

Luxury Rooms

Accommodations: Where Luxury Meets Nature:

Our accommodations are designed to seamlessly blend luxury with the natural surroundings. Wake up to the chirping of birds in our well-appointed rooms, offering panoramic views of the Kanchenjunga and other landscapes. The interiors are thoughtfully crafted, providing modern amenities while maintaining a rustic charm that complements the natural beauty outside.

Other Visitor's Experiences

Near By Attraction

Kanchenjunga Falls

Half an hour from the beautiful hill station of Pelling in Sikkim, Kanchenjunga falls is a perennial waterfall that is one of the major tourist attractions in the region. It is believed that the pristine waterfall originates high up in the glaciers of Mount Kanchenjunga.Being hidden due to thick forest cover, the Kanchenjunga falls were not known to people and remained untouched till the 90s. It only came into the limelight, when a local tour operator accidentally discovered it.

Pemayangtse Monastery

Occupying a small section of beauty at the higher end of western Sikkim, a renowned monastery of Pemayangtse is located. The word Pemayangtse mean ‘Perfect Sublime Lotus’ and it is a famous tourist attraction and widely visited by many travellers all year round. With a mere distance of 2 kilometres from Pelling, this attraction is an easy walk. You can unravel Sikkim’s prime beauty by visiting during the spring-summer season when the sky clears. This is so, as you can not only enjoy the holistic site but also witness the enthralling beauty of the Himalayas as well. Pemayangtse Monastery offers a meditative environ quietly set amidst woods. It gives a perfect place to relax in solitary and listen to the sounds of nature as you explore this second oldest monastery of Sikkim.

Sanga Choeling Monastery

Buddhist monks in traditional robes at the Sanghak Choeling Monastery, Sikkim, India, The monastery was founded in 1649 by Lama Lhatsun Chenpo Namkha Jigmee one of the three pioneer Lamas in Sikkim. Later was rebuilt in 1714. Sanghak Choeling means the land of divine teaching and belongs to Nyingmapa order od Vajrayana Buddhism. The monastery was renovated in 1966

Khecheopalri Lake

"Khecheopalri is a sacred lake, set about 28 km away from Pelling. Considered a wish-fulfilling spot, this lake is visited by countless tourists from all corners of the state and beyond. A fascinating fact about the lake is that despite so much of greenery encircling it, not even a single leaf can be spotted on its surface. It is believed that birds in this region keep the lake clean all the time. On observations, the shape of the lake resembles a foot, which makes it even more unique. Locals believe that the footprint is of Goddess Tara, the Buddhist savior-goddess.