Gulmarg Hotels: Your Ski-In, Ski-Out Options
Ski-in, ski-out accommodations are a great option while staying in Gulmarg. It minimizes the time needed to reach the Gulmarg Gondola, and you are surrounded by beautiful forest, monkeys, and the Himalayas. But you are far away from the culture of Gulmarg Village.
North of Gulmarg Gondola
Most of the ski-in, ski-out hotels in Gulmarg Ski Resort are directly to the north between 100 to 300 meters from the base station of the Gulmarg Gondola.
The closest hotels:
- Pine Palace Resort
- Pine Palace Platinum
- Hotel Khaleel Palace
- The Meadows Hotels & ResortsBook Now
- Hotel Pine SpringBook Now
There are many Gulmarg Hotels a little farther on the hill that can accommodate passionate ski and snowboard lovers.
A little farther (300 meters)
- Hotel Alpine RidgeBook Now
- Hotel Heevan Retreat
- The Hotel Grand Mumtaz CottageBook Now
- Hotel Fluorescence
- The Gulmarg ResortBook Now
Most of these hotels are very comfortable and include central heating, generators, in-room bathrooms, and 24-hour hot water.
- Falak Hut
- Rosewood Hut
These hotels or huts offer wood stoves or personal gas space heaters, and hot showers (sometimes), but most offer hot water buckets that you need to pre-order. They are comfortable and have lots of charisma, atmosphere and true culture.
South of Gulmarg Gondola
- The Khyber Himalayan Resort & SpaBook Now
Directly to the south of the Gulmarg Gondola about 300 meters on Monkey Hill.
This Gulmarg Hotel option is the first of its kind in the Ski Himalaya region -- complete with a spa, gym, indoor heated pool, marble bathroom, teak floors, and rich local furniture reflecting Kashmiri heritage. The 85-room resort is spread over 7 acres in a dense conifer, pine, and deohar forest. Guests will have the choice of 4 dining options, and the resort features a year-round Activities Concierge.
Ski-in, ski-out accommodations are a great option while staying in Gulmarg. It minimizes the time needed to reach the Gulmarg Gondola, and you are surrounded by beautiful forest, monkeys, and the Himalayas.