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Sonar Bangla

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1/1, Robertson Road Darjeeling 734101 India
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Description Sonar Bangla

Hotel Sonar Bangla
This 3 Star hotel is a short walk from The Mall where the vibe of the city can be experienced. This property is maintained with well-appointed rooms, which overlook the Mt. Kanchanjangha, offering eternal bliss to the in-room guests. There is a multi-cuisine restaurant, serving a range of delectable delicacies. Additionally, there is sightseeing tour organized for the guests.

address

  • Sonar Bangla
  • 1/1, Robertson Road
  • 734101Darjeeling
  • India
  • Telephone: +91 (933) 3796330
  • Fax:
  • Official Homepage

Payment

  • Mastercard
  • Visa

Room features Sonar Bangla

  • Bathroom with bathtub
  • Windows that open
  • Television
  • Tea/ coffeemaker
  • Satellite TV
  • Telephone
  • Cable TV

Hotel features Sonar Bangla

  • Parking lot
  • Restaurant
  • 24-hour reception
  • Laundry service
  • Room service
  • 24-hour room service
  • Car rental at the hotel
  • Concierge

Type of lodging

  • Hotel
Rating Overview
Overall rating trivago Rating Index™ based on 76 reviews across the web
73/100

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  • Hotels.com (4) 4 reviews
    66/100
  • other sources (69) 69 reviews
    75/100
73 out of 100 based on 76 reviews
  • Taktshang Goemba

    Taktshang Goemba

    Taktshang is the most famous of Bhutan's many monasteries.The monastery is commonly known as ' The Tiger's Nest', a name which reflects the belief that Guru Padmasambhava (the man who brought Buddhism to Bhutan) flew to the site of the temple on the back of a flying tigress. His visit in the 8th century involved a three month meditation in the cave that now forms one of the main temples within the monastery. The first sanctuary at Taktshang was built by Nyingmapa lamas in the 14th century and the temple was rebuilt in the 17th century, restored in the 19th and 20th and devastated in 1998. The most recent renovation and rebuilding has been completed and the Tiger's Nest is once again open to the public by written permit. The monastery sits more than 900 meters above the car park. The route up is uneven and steep, visitors should remember that they are at altitude and take lots of water, sunblock and time. There is a cafeteria just beyond the midpoint of the climb where drinks and food are available. Those unable or unwilling to climb can take horses to the cafeteria but beyond that there is no choice other than to walk and climb up and down several hundred stone steps. The monastery has several temples within the complex including one where you can see the cave in which the guru is said to have meditated and in which a later lama was said to have been born. Access to the temples depends on finding a caretaker monk to open the doors so some patience may be required, especially around meal times.
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