shrigo hotels gangtok




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Situated 1.3 KM from M.G. Marg in the capital city of Sikkim,Gangtok. It offers 40 rooms, looking out to the stunning panoramic views of the city and the remarkable Kanchenjunga Mountains. The rooms are designed with contemporary elegance to make your stay comfortable and memorable in this mountain state.


Business or leisure travellers looking to stay in close proximity to the center, ShriGo Hotel Gangtok is ideal for guests to experience the local living with luxury in this beautiful city.

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- Small Room for max. 2 Pax 

- No special views from room

- Private Room

- Double Bed


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- Mid Size Room for max. 3 Pax

- Front facing 180o Mountain view

Private Room & Balcony

- Double Bed


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- Mid Size Room for max. 3 Pax

- City with partial Mountain view

- Private Room

- Double / Twin Bed


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- Large Size Room for max. 4 Pax

- Front facing 180o Mountain view

Private Room & Balcony

- Double Bed

food & beverage

Gangtok, the city is noted for its magnificent mountain Kanchanjungha & beautiful ladscaping with adventure and a plethora of best restaurants, serving delectable cuisines from the different part of the world. What’s most exciting are the evolving trends across cuisines that make the dining experience unforgettable. Whilst some culinary connoisseurs are looking to reinvent and bring in the new, others take a step back and determine to celebrate something familiar.

One of the most affordable restaurant in Gangtok, A youthful crowd can enjoy their dining with gossip. The restaurant's all-day snacks menu is just irresistible, and a decent variety of desserts & drinks can be enjoyed here as well. A highly-rated joint to enjoy a quick break with your friends & family.

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banquet & Conference

we believe that every event should be a resounding success. With new and flexible meeting spaces, pre-emptive service, custom curated menus and much more we specialize in flawless execution of meetings, conferences and personal events. State-of-the-art facilities and high-speed WiFi, coupled with service excellence and warm hospitality, make these venues apt for any event, be it for a small meeting or a large celebration.

High-speed WiFi net access • Audio conference call facility • White board (on request) • Seats: 150 reception style • 200 theatre style • 100 classroom style • 70 roundtable style • 50 u-shape • 50 boardroom

Area: 7,000 Sq.Ft.






Hotel Highlights


  • 40 Luxury Guestrooms

  • 4 Variants category

  • 7 Floors

  • 35 Double Rooms

  • 05 Twin Rooms

  • Attached Bathroom


  • Traditional Architecture

  • Multi Cuisine Restaurant

  • Banquet Facility

  • Meal Options Available

  • Terrace witting sitting space

  • Elegant view of mountains


  • 2 KM from Central Bus Station

  • 1 KM from MG Marg

  • Surrounding by natural landscape

  • Perfect location for leisure vacation

  • Close to major local attractions

Hotel Policies

  • Check-in from 02:00 PM

  • Check-out till 12:00 PM

  • Early check-in and late check-out on request

  • We accept Master Card, Visa International, Debit Cards & UPI Payments

  • All the Guest needs to present valid identification proof to complete check-in process

  • Unmarried couples are allowed whereas local identification holders are not allowed

  • Pets are not allowed.








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All About Gangtok

Gangtok is the capital of Sikkim and situated at the above sea level at the height of 5,500 ft. The Gangtok city is known for learning Buddhist and also connected to the commercial, religious and cultural activities. The mixture of traditional and modern crowd and the multiple sight-seeing natural area and other tourist attractions gather the crowd from all over the world. The capital is well-developed and accessibility to this exotic place is super convenient as there are multiple ways of transportation.

The different temples and other places of interest to visit will enroll you to come with family, friends and loved ones. Gangtok is complete as it is the good combination of education, tourism and business. The city is the largest town of Sikkim and very popular for its serene beauty. There are lot of tourist places such as historical places, wildlife sanctuaries, parks, lakes and falls. Gangtok has all the charms that tourists love to visit again and again.

Gangtok means hill cut and gradually this city is making lot of improvement. So Gangtok became the capital of Sikkim. Now the city is having most of the facilities from architect to the better roads. In 1894, The Sikkimese monarch was under British rule and now changed the capital from Tumlong to Gangtok.

Places to see in Gangtok

MG Marg

The most popular tourist market in Gangtok, MG Marg cannot be missed when in the city. It is a wonderful place which incorporates the best of Gangtok and its tourist culture and presents it to its visitors in colourful displays. Free of litter and smoke, this pedestrian-only zone is a good way to spend your evenings in Gangtok. Many restaurants and bars line its streets and a carnivalesque atmosphere prevails all year long. .

Flower Exhibition Centre

There is nothing quite so delightful as the sight of flowers bursting into bloom in the mountains. The chilly air and the silent ambience adds to the beauty of the sight and makes for a very memorable experience. The Flower Exhibition Centre on the Ridge above Gangtok is one such place. The exhibition centre features a dazzling variety of flowers, arranged in an open area and a closed enclosure.

Gangtok Ropeway

If you are considering doing something exciting and amusing during your stay at Gangtok, then the Gangtok Ropeway would be must-visit for you. Inaugurated in the year of 2003, the ropeway offers a breathtaking bird's eye view of the city and prompts an excellent photo-clicking session.

Ban Jhakri Waterfall

If you wish to enjoy some delightful sightseeing and memorable picnicking in Gangtok, the Ban Jhakri falls are a great place to do so. Located inside the landscaped Banjhakri Falls and Energy Park, the 100-foot Ban Jhakri Waterfall is a beautiful spot. Nature reigns supreme here, and a still silence hangs all around, only punctuated by the powerful gushing of the water falling with force on the rocks.

Do Drul Chorten Stupa

A landmark sight in Gangtok, the Do Drul Chorten Stupa is a good place to visit in the city. Built-in 1945-46 by Trulshik Rinpoche, head of the Nyingma order of Tibetan Buddhism, this stupa holds significance in the city because of its said ability to drive away evil spirits. It features the traditional 108 Mani Lhakor or prayer wheels of Buddhism which are supposed to have wish-granting properties. The golden top of the stupa enshrines the figure of Dorjee Phurpa or Vajra Kilaya.

Namgyal Institute of Tibetology

A place where Tibetan Buddhism is studied and preserved in depth, the Namgyal Institute of Tibetology is a popular attraction in Gangtok. Since the region is heavily influenced by Tibetan Buddhism, understanding it is a great way to understand the motivations of the local population Namgyal Institute of Tibetology allows visitors to do just this. Beautiful Tibetan architecture defines the building and its museum houses several statues, coins, scrolls with hand paintings & embroidery work (thangkas), Tibetan artworks and artefacts, as well as ancient manuscripts in Sanskrit, Tibetan, Chinese and Lepcha.

Tashi Viewpoint

The Tashi Viewpoint is one of the popular places to visit in Gangtok. Famed for its sunrises and sunsets as well as its startling views of the entire grand Himalayan mountain range, Tashi Viewpoint is a place that will leave you with some great pictures and countless memories. Viewing both the sunrise and the sunset here is a great idea.

Ganesh Tok

Ganesh Tok is one of the famous tourist places in Gangtok, renowned primarily for the intensity of the views visible from its complex. Located close to the Tashi View Point and the Bakthang falls, a visit to Ganesh Tok is a must on the local sightseeing circuit in Gangtok. The temple in the complex is dedicated to Lord Ganesh.

Hanuman Tok

Situated at an elevation of 7,200 feet, the Hanuman Tok is a famous temple located at the core of Gangtok. The beautiful piece of architecture worships Lord Hanuman and is managed as well as maintained by the respected Indian Army.

Himalayan Zoological Park

The Himalayan Zoological Park is one of the great tourist attractions in Gangtok. There is a lot that can be enjoyed inside this park including a dazzling variety of flora and fauna. Red Pandas, Himalayan Black Bears, Snow Leopards, Clouded Leopards, Barking Deer find a home here as do birds like Lady Amherst Pheasant, Kalij, Satyr Tragopan among others.

Quiet Forest


Teenagers Hiking in Forest



Visitors take the utmost pleasure from the various fun activities at the park and leave you with ecstatic experiences in a whole such attraction are Ranthambore National Park Safari, Ranthambore Fort Excursion, Chambal River Safari, Banas River Exploration, Surwal Lake Bird Watching and Shilpgram, Art Museum. The overall experience of full-day safari at Ranthambore is something that you cherish for your entire lifetime.





This is a place for people who are very specific about the fine and superior quality of food and service. A romantic ambiance combined with a spectacular outdoor seating surely makes your visit memorable. The Premium menu features delicious Indian & Continental cuisine. An addition to the offering is sumptuous Barbeque dishes & locale mock-tails. The beautiful poolside makes it a perfect go-to place for romantic getaways.





Open "Baithak (A meeting is an event at which a group of people come together to discuss things or make decisions)" space available all the day for the guest gather together & share quality time all together. Open sky, Shining Stars, Sunrise & sunset all makes a beautiful natural healing to your body & mind.  We also arrange local cultural folk events on guest's request at late evening for entertainment.

Activities & Experiences

1. Go river rafting on the Teesta River

Want to feel the adrenalin rush? Go white water rafting on the Teesta River – the absolute ‘must-do’ thing in Gangtok! Thunder down the Teesta’s rapids, enjoy the spectacular views of the dense forests that line its banks and take back some awesome stories to tell and retell.

  • When: October to June

  • How much: Costs vary from ₹1000 to ₹5000


2. Paragliding

Fancy a bird’s-eye view of the lavish green hills, terraced rice fields and the monasteries in Gangtok? How about a stunning view of the Kanchenjunga in the distance? That’s paragliding for you, one of the most popular things to do in Gangtok. Flights are organized according to altitude and weather and you always have a certified pilot with you on these tandem flights, so you’re always safe.

  • Where: From Baliman Dara or Bulbuley Dara near Gangtok

  • When: All year except July-September

  • How much: Starting ₹2500 per person


3. Trekking

One of the biggest ‘it’ things to do in Gangtok is to go trekking across its many picturesque trails that take you through thick forests of poplar, birch, elm and oak trees, surprise clumps of exotic Orchids, wide expanses of terraced farmland and impromptu waterfalls with water clean enough to drink!

  • Where: Treks start from Gangtok 

  • When: All year except during monsoon

  • How much: Starts from ₹1000 per day

  • Best trails: Pelling, Tendong Hill, Sandakphu, Singba Rhododendron Reserve and Chungthang-to-Lachung

4. Visit the Namgyal Institute of Tibetology

Whether or not you’re a Buddhist, a visit to the Namgyal Institute of Tibetology will leave you richer with its huge collection of spiritually and culturally important Buddhist artefacts, relics, books and manuscripts in the ancient Lepcha script among others; and thangkas (cloth paintings used in traditional prayers). One of the best known things to do in Gangtok, a visit to this institute/museum will be a unique experience.

  • Where: Deorali, Gangtok

  • When: 10.00 am – 4.00 pm, Mon – Sat, Closed on Sunday and government holidays

  • How much: ₹10 per person


5. Drive through the Nathu La Pass

Looking for a super exciting thing to do in Gangtok? Drive through the Nathu La Pass, a fortified border trading post between India and China, part of the ancient Silk Road and one of the most stunning motorable roads in the country. If it’s a clear day, you’ll be able to see the majestic Mt. Chomolhari and you can also climb up a flight of stairs to see the actual border and an army memorial. 

  • Distance from Gangtok: 56.3 Km

  • When: From Wed – Sun, May-October, requires a permit

  • How much: Shared vehicles (₹900 – ₹1,000), Reserved vehicles (₹6,500 – ₹8,000)


6. Take a Yak Safari to the serene Tsomgo Lake

Another fun thing to do in Gangtok is to take a day trip to Tsomgo Lake, studded in a valley flanked by snow-topped mountains. Oh! And yeah, you’ll be on a Yak! Enjoy serene views across the lake, dip a toe or two in if you don’t mind the freezing water and take some awesome instagrammable pictures for an extra 100 followers.

  • When: All week

  • How much: ₹300 – ₹450


7. Enjoy views of the city on a cable car ride

The city that was once just a dusty little village has grown to include a mishmash of residential and commercial buildings and you’ve just got to take a cable car ride to get some fascinating views. It’s a big ‘thing’ to do in Gangtok and you can’t be a serious tourist if you haven’t checked this one off your list!

  • When: 9.30 am – 4.30 pm

  • How much:

    • ₹110 for adults,

    • ₹70 for kids (3- 6 years), kids under 3 years can go free.

    • ₹100 extra for camera


8. Visit the beautiful monasteries

Visiting the many beautiful monasteries in and around the city is one of the most popular things to do in Gangtok. The structures are stunning examples of Tibetan architecture and give you a glimpse into the religion’s deeply spiritual world view. Some of the top monasteries you must visit are Rumtek, Tsuk La Khang, Pemayangtse and Enchey Gompa.

  • When: All year round

  • How much/timings:

    • Rumtek – ₹ 10 per person, 10.00 am – 6.00 pm

    • Tsuk La Khang – Free, 7.00 am – 5.00 pm

    • Pemayangtse – ₹ 20 per person, 9.00 am – 6.00 pm

    • Enchey Gompa – Free, 9.00 am – 6.00 pm

9. Spend a day at the Himalayan Zoological Park

Another thing to do in Gangtok that’s not included in most tourist check lists is a visit to the Himalayan Zoological Park. Spread over 205 hectares in forested mountain terrain, the zoo is home to a variety of Himalayan fauna like the nearly extinct Red Panda, the Snow Leopard, Monal Pheasant, Palm Civets, Black Bears and more. And not the usual iron grill enclosures for them; the animals live in enclosures that are similar to their natural habitat as closely as possible – a welcome change from most other zoos in the country.

  • Where: Bulbulay, Gangtok

  • When: 9.00 am – 4.00 pm

  • How much: ₹25 for Indian tourists, ₹50 for foreigners

seasons at gangtok

April To June

Pleasant Season

July To September

Rainy Season

October To March

Cool Season

How to Reach Us

Nearest Airport : Bagdogra Airport

Nearest Railway Station : New Jalpaiguri / Siliguri Jn.

Nearest Bus Station : SNT (Sikkim Nationalised Transport)

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ShriGo Hotel Gangtok

By ShriGo Hotels & Resorts

Tathangchen Area, P.O, Raj Bhavan Rd, near West Point School, Gangtok 737103, Sikkim, India

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Toll Free : 1800 123 8183

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