This super deluxe semi suite room is located in the eastern side on the 4th level. The total area of the room is approximately 300sq ft. The entrance if this Semi Suite is facing the north-east. It has an inbuilt hearth (fireplace) and a small sitting area in the entrance. Its washroom can be located in the north-western corner of the room.
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
- Bath & Hand Towel
- Bath Mat
- Bucket, mug & bath tool
- Sanitary bins
- Wall Mixer & Telephone Shower
- Shoe Shine
- Pair of slippers
- Coffee & Tea Maker
This room is named after the famous Siddheshwar Dham (locally known as Char Dham) located in Namchi which is the south district headquarters. All of the four Dhams along with all of the 12 jyotirlingas, a Shiva temple and a gigantic Lord Shiva statue is sitiuated on the hilltop of Solophok hill. It is believed by all the santhanis (Hindus & Buddhists) that one has to visit all the four Dhams once in a lifetime atleast.
Amongst the four Dhams one is the replica of the Dham in Rameshwaram of south India, the second is the replica of Dwaraka Dham in west India, the third is the replica of the Jagannath Dham in east India, the last one is the replica of the Badrinath/Kedarnath Dham of north India.
En route to the Siddheswar Dham one can enjoy the Sunrise point, Puttali Bhir, Bio-Diversity Park, 135 ft gigantic statue of Guru Padhmasambhava. A stone’s throw away from Siddheswar Dham one can enjoy the darshan of the Sai temple and a little further ahead is the Allay helipad (Namchi Helipad).
As the darshan of all the four Dhams is believed to liberate man from his sins, such is the comfort experienced in this Semi Suite which is located at the highest level of the hotel.