Inspired by the incomparable scenery of the Indian Himalaya Mountains, the Shatki 360 Leti resort was founded in 2004. The mountain hut was founded by Jamshyd Sethna, a travel professional from Bombay, India. Indian firm Studio Mumbai completed the resort, which is located 7,700 feet (2,300 meters) above sea level perched in the foothills of the Himalayas. The site is a two hour walk [9 km] from the nearest motorable road and is accessed by a narrow footpath carved into the mountainside, part of a network of trails used by local villagers for daily travel and transport. The trail culminates at the central dining structure built on a plateau, around which four guest dwellings are discreetly set into existing agricultural terraces.
The architecture is both timeless and contemporary, constructed primarily of local natural stone. Glazed walls framed in teakwood have been introduced to let in natural light and to visually connect the guests to the surrounding landscape. From the bedrooms, you have a magnificent panoramic view over the mountains. Due to the remoteness of the place, there is there no electricity. The hotel is supplied with energy by solar systems. Far away from civilization and commerce, one can enjoy the almost untouched landscape and Buddhist culture. The best time to go is from October to May. A 3 night, 4 day package from 1,916 USD per adult is based on two sharing including accommodation in a private cottage, fully inclusive. Via
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