Vivanta Pakyong Has Sikkim’s Only Heated Swimming Pool To Take A Dip Amid Snowy Peaks

Vivanta Sikkim Pakyong
by Suchismita Pal
by Suchismita Pal 608

Just 21 kilometres away from Gangtok, a palatial hotel has come up that can be your next lavish getaway in the Himalayas. Vivanta Sikkim Pakyong, perched off the beaten track, sits amid echoing greens and lofty mountains. Built in semi-open style, the property inhales enough mountain air, and the charm of the experience is intensified by two cascading streams flowing on either side of it. It lies along the terraced fields in the countryside of Sikkim and has the state’s only temperature-controlled swimming pool. The hotel has a centrally located Zen garden too. Read on to know more.

Vivanta Sikkim Pakyong

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Unwind In The Zen Garden And Sign Up For A Spa Session

If you thought that air travel to Sikkim involves booking a flight to Bagdogra first and then taking a 4-5 hour car ride, Delhiites and Kolkatans have a shorter alternative too. There are direct flights from these two cities to Sikkim’s greenfield airport, the Pakyong airport. And Vivanta Sikkim Pakyong is just a half an hour drive from this airport.

Vivanta Sikkim Pakyong

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At this gorgeous property, you can unwind in the Zen garden, indulge in yoga amid the mountains, take a dip in the heated pool and do a lot more to give that much-needed relaxation to your body, mind and soul. You can also sign up for a spa session at the luxurious JIVA spa here to ease your weary muscles.

Vivanta Sikkim Pakyong

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The Rooms And Suites Offer Stunning Views Of The Mountain Valley

Vivanta Sikkim Pakyong is a melting pot of serene experiences. A nature trail right within the property leads up to a temple of Lord Shiva. The hotel has 50 rooms and suites that offer spectacular views of the mountain valley. Coming to food, you can relish delectable local cuisine and more at the hotel’s restaurant MINK. The bar WINK here rolls out a wide array of sparkling cocktails.

Vivanta Sikkim Pakyong

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From here, you can go on day trips to Sikkim’s Buddhist monasteries, waterfalls, viewpoints, markets and more. Rooms at this hotel per night start at 14,000. To book your stay, click hereOn that note, You Should Not Miss Eating Out These 6 Delicacies On Your Next Trip To Sikkim.

 

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