#55 of 67 hotels in Ladakh
300m from Pangong lake
₹ 5,400 / night
The Regal Camp is situated in Spangmik village on the bank of Pangong lake. The lake is 300m from the camp and it offers a breathtaking view of the turquoise lake and the surrounding mountains. The Regal Camp has 17 tents, categorised into Super Deluxe tents and Deluxe tents. The tents rooms are clean and spacious and provide warm blankets to keep warm at night. The in-house restaurant serves North Indian, South Indian, Chinese, Gujarati and Jain-friendly dishes.
✓ Restaurant (Indian)
✓ Outdoor funiture
✓ Campfire on request
✓ 24-hour front desk
✓ Room service
✓ Daily housekeeping
✓ Car park (free of charge)
✓ Bicycle rental (additional charge)
Pets are not allowed.
Check-in: from 12:00 pm
Check-out: until 10:00 am
30 days prior to the date of arrival: 25% of the total bill will be charged.
15 days prior to the date of arrival: 50% of the total bill will be charged.
Within 07 days prior to the date of arrival: 100% of the total bill will be charged.
Children below 5 years on complimentary basis when sharing bed with parents.
Extra bed is mandatory for children above 6 years.
Extra bed can be arranged on request.
Additional cost: ₹ 2,200/night.
One-night stay at Regal Camp was good. I enjoyed the location, and the food was alright. The tent was decent, not fantastic. If you prefer, there are several wooden cottages nearby, especially recommended for March-April or August-September when it might get chilly in the tents at night. Also, note that there is no mobile network coverage in Pangong, so bring cash if you're not making the full payment in advance.
We spent one night here on our recent Ladakh trip. The tents are elevated, offering a direct view of the lake. The weather suddenly changed, and it started raining, making it cold, but the tents were cozy, and we didn't face any issues. Kudos to the owners for organizing everything at 14,000 feet. Highly recommended for a stay.
Stayed for one night in early July. Considerable distance from the lake, but you could still catch a glimpse of it. Tents were quite basic, with an uneven floor, and the tent entrances were in poor condition. The bathroom was icy cold, and we had to wait a long time for hot water, which ended up being warm by the time it reached us. The food was very basic, all vegetarian, no non-vegetarian options. The staff was very friendly. Despite the cold and wind, we thought the tent might blow away, but thankfully it didn't. There were plenty of blankets to stay warm. It's not a luxury tent, so don't expect much; it's suitable for just a night.
There is beautiful view from the camp on Pangong Lake, due to the lakeside location. What sets Regal Camp apart is its food. Despite being purely vegetarian (no eggs), they offer fresh fruits for breakfast, and the other items are delicious. Make sure to zip the tents securely before going to bed to prevent cold air during the night.
The camp offers a great view of the lake, and the tents are clean and well kept. Each room has a patio area at the front facing the lake, allowing you to enjoy fantastic views of the sunrise or relax in the evening while the sun sets. The staff is friendly and helpful. The food was good, and the kitchen staff was accommodating in customizing some items.