The Apricot Tree hotel has 21 rooms. The rooms are large and spacious with ensuite facilities. The rooms are conceptualized using local aesthetics and materials. Each room has its own private balcony looking out to the river.

People with mobility problems can stay at The Apricot Tree provided they book a room on the upper floor.


  • Private Balcony      
  • Multi-Cusine Restaurant     
  • The Courtyard       
  • Yoga and Meditation Centre     
  • Ladakhi Kitchen       
  • Library and Screening room (Upcoming)    

The Apricot Tree Hotel is open from 15th April to 30th September

Meal Plan Double Single
APAI INR 9,450 INR 8,242
MAPAI INR 8,242 INR 6,982
CPAI INR 7,350 INR 6,090
EPAI INR 6,300 INR 5,040

APAI: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. MAPAI: Breakfast and Dinner. CPAI: Bed and Breakfast. EPAI: Room Only
Extra Bed: 40% on above mentioned tariff
10% Service Charge Extra.
Above tariff valid till 30th September 2016.
Children up to 5 years are free provided no extra bed is required.
Children between 5 to 10 years, without bed are charged: APAI INR 1,365, MAPAI INR 1,050, CPAI INR 840 and EPAI INR 420.
Not more than 3 people are permitted to share one room.

Terms and Conditions

Booking policy:
25% advance, at the time of booking confirmation.
75% balance, 15 days prior to the travel date.
In case the booking is made within 15 days of travel, 100% advance is required at the time of confirmation.

Cancellation policy:
15 days prior to date of arrival, 25% of the total bill will be charged.
14 days to 08 days prior to date of arrival, 50% of the total bill will be charged.
07 days less prior to date of arrival, 100% of the total bill will be charged.

The Apricot Tree hotel is ideally located in Lower Ladakh and allows you to explore the western part of the region. Known as Sham, this is a rich and fertile area and a haven to explore Ladakh’s rich heritage of Buddhist culture and religion. Nurla is centrally located and gives visitors easy access to the monasteries of Basgo, Likir, Lamayuru, Temisgong, Rizong, and Saspol.

Ladakh’s oldest monasteries of Alchi, Mangyu and Sumdo dating from the 12th and 13th centuries are all less than an hour’s drive away.Day trips can also be planned to the villages of Da-Hanu, renowned for the legendary Brogpa people and their unique culture.Closer to the hotel, village walks can be organized in Nurla itself and across the river to Tar.


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Milan, Italy

Great Choice at Nurla Valley

Ladakhi style hotel with a wonderful position overlooking the Indus river. Rooms are rather big with a great view, there is a beautiful patio and the property is surrounded, needless to say, by apricot trees.The owner gave us a lot of helpful tips and suggestions. Good food and friendly staff, The place to stay to relax and visit the area.


San Francisco, California

Exceptional Place !!!

Beautiful Ladakhi style hotel with rooms around a patio central. Beautiful well maintained grounds with flowers and vegetables growing . The rooms are large, very clean ,well decorated, everything works ,great bathrooms , all with balcony facing the River Indus. Staff efficient and courteous. Food was excellent. This place is peaceful , easy to find and a great stop on the way to Lamayuru.

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Outstanding stay, will definitely be back for a longer stay!

Great great hotel ...

It's on the way to Lamayuru, facing the Indus River.

About an hour and a half from the airport , at an altitude of 2600 m ( a tad lower than leh )

Would serve as an excellent place to acclimatise.

We found this amazing gem on the way to Lamarayu and if i had to start elaborating on all the goodness of this place, i would probably need to write a book !

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