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Room Description

This super deluxe double room is located in the north-western direction on the fourth level. The total Area of the room is approximately 200sq ft. The entrance of the room is accessed facing the north-west direction. As soon as one enters the room there is a rectangular space which houses a neat shoe rack, the washroom can be located in the north-eastern corner of the room. From the western window one can enjoy the view of the lush green fields of Ralong village, Jarrong village with the scintillating view of the mighty snow-capped mountain peaks. The northern window allows one to have the darshan of the head of the statue of Lord Buddha, Shivalaya temple, Mane- Chokerling monastery, the magnificent view of Ravongla town, Mainam hill, Bhaley Dhunga, Pothi Dhunga.

It has the following features:

  • 12mm thick thermal insulation with 3mm woollen wall to wall carpets on the floor for protection against the biting cold.
  • Wall panelling with one of the strongest bamboos (Mal Baas) of the state.
  • The cots are made up of the costliest timber wood locally called Rani Chaanp generally used for furniture in Sikkim.
  • Bamboo (mal baas) furnished luggage rack and shoe rack. Mini wardrobe also available.
  • Suitably decorated ceiling with mal baas mat all across.
  • Intercom & call-bell facilities are supported with Central eco-friendly solar water heating system.
  • All the illumination is done with eco-friendly and energy saving LED lights/T.V.
  • The washrooms are comfortably sized and finished with marble/ceramic tiles with Hot and Cold water available 24hrsx7days.

Apart from these common features the room is equipped with:

  • Shower Cap
  • Soap
  • Bath & Hand Towel
  • Shampoo
  • Bath Mat
  • Bucket, mug & bath tool
  • Sanitary bins
  • Wall Mixer & Telephone Shower
  • Shoe Shine
  • Pair of slippers
  • Coffee & Tea Maker

The room is named after a natural Dham of Sokpey village. A natural lord Ganesh statue was discovered by locals especially cattle rarers who keep on moving for green pastures. After it was discovered the local people gathered and payed their obeisance to Lord Ganesh in the form of Yagnas (Holy fires). It is believed by the locals that after the discovery of the Statue the landslide of the village decreased considerably, they consider it as a blessing from the Lord himself.

Ganesh Dham is situated at an altitude if about 10800ft above M.S.L. and there should be an authorised guide in order to reach the spot.To reach the Ganesh Dham one has to trek atleast for two days in thr dense forests along village roads. It can be reached even through Mainam Borong route and Lingee Sokpey Route. En route one can enjoy several historical places of interest.

This room is on the top floor and the experience is compared to that of the Ganesh Dham due to its altitude.