Located in the heart of the city, Hotel Viceroy Le Primula is just a 2 minute walk from the zero point of Gangtok – M.G. Marg. It offers spacious and magnificent rooms, serene environment, easy accessibility, aesthetic design and genuine warmth in the cool Himalayas. There is a parking facility.
The Mall above, the flowing streams below, the green Himalayan Mountains in the front is a picture perfect setting from the Hotel. The hotel has 20 well-appointed rooms and in-house Restaurant and bar. Every room has been aesthetically designed to offers space, modern amenities and subtle décor and design.
Light and loose, easily laundered clothing is best for the south and the northern plains,especially from April to September. You will need warmer clothes, including woollens, for the north during winter. Warm clothing is a must in the hill stations all year round.India does not have a very formal dress code; though some hotels and clubs could insist on a minimum of formality in their dining rooms, like long trousers and a conventional shirt usually suffice.
Noodle-based dishes such as thukpa, chowmein, thanthuk, fakthu, gyathuk and wonton are common in Sikkim. Momos – steamed dumplings filled with vegetables, buffalo meat or pork and served with soup – are a popular snack. Beer, whiskey, rum and brandy are widely consumed in Sikkim, as is tongba, a millet-based alcoholic beverage which is also popular in Nepal and Gangtok. Sikkim has the third-highest per capita alcoholism rate amongst all Indian states, behind Punjab and Haryana.