#33 of 67 hotels in Ladakh
Hunder village, 2.8 km from Hunder sand dunes
₹ 5,000 / night
Hotel Karma Inn is a great place for travellers to relax after a long tiring journey from Leh to Nubra valley. The hotel is located in Hunder village, 2.8 km from Hunder sand dunes and 13 km from Diskit monastery. The hotel features 27 fully furnished rooms that are equipped with all modern facilities. The rooms are large, clean and comfortable with attached bathrooms, some rooms have private balconies overlooking vegetable garden. The hotel garden is the perfect place to unwind, relax and rejuvenate.
✓ Free Wi-Fi
✓ Restaurant (Ladakhi, Indian, Chinese, Asian)
✓ Outdoor funiture
✓ 24-hour front desk
✓ Room service
✓ Daily housekeeping
✓ Car park (free of charge)
Pets are not allowed.
Check-in: from 11:00 am
Check-out: until 10:00 am
100% refund if cancellation is done more than 30 days prior to the date of arrival.
50% refund if cancellation is done between 15 and 30 days prior to the date of arrival.
25% refund if cancellation is done between 15 and 7 days prior to the date of arrival.
No refund if cancellation is done less than 7 days prior to the date of arrival.
Children up to 5 years can stay for free if sharing parents’ bed.
Children 6 years and older are considered as adults and they must use an extra bed.
Extra bed can be arranged on request.
Additional cost: ₹ 2,500/night.
Hunder in Nubra Valley offers various small hotels and accommodations. This property has 25 rooms with a beautiful view of mountains and a charming garden area. The rooms are comfortable, and the food was satisfying. Notably, some of the vegetables used in the meals were sourced from their own garden. Overall, the stay was enjoyable.
My friends and I had an enchanting experience at Karma Inn, and it's challenging to express in words. Our host and friend, Karma, went above and beyond in ensuring our hospitality and service. The staff was polite and humble. The buffet breakfast and lunch meals were not only delicious but also exceeded our expectations. Moreover, our rooms were incredibly cozy and comfortable, creating a surreal experience in such a rugged landscape. I would highly recommend this place—11/10 for anyone visiting Nubra Valley.
During my work-related trip, I stayed at this hotel, which appears to be the sole brick-and-mortar option in the entire Nubra Valley. The hotel is decent, offering clean and well-maintained rooms. While there isn't a designated restaurant, meals are served in a canteen-like area. However, the food is quite impressive, particularly the vegetarian dishes, likely sourced from their own vegetable garden. The highlight is undoubtedly the panoramic view, surrounded by mountains, providing a sense of isolation from the outside world, a truly great feeling. I recommend this place to anyone visiting Nubra Valley who prefers not to stay in a tent!
Our stay at this hotel was genuinely delightful. We arrived around 3:30 pm, and the hotel manager, Mr. Krishna, warmly welcomed us with greetings and a cup of tea, a much-needed refreshment after a long journey from Leh via Khardung La. Our rooms on the 2nd floor offered a fantastic view of the mountains from the balcony, adding to the enjoyment of our stay.
The food was delicious, and the serving staff were affectionate and attentive. Despite electricity restrictions, hot water was consistently available, and electricity was provided from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm. A unique aspect was that the vegetables used in the meals were grown in their own farm on the hotel premises, providing an interesting sight for urban dwellers. In a nutshell, it's truly worth the stay.