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P.O. Box: 333, Gharipatan, 33411 Pokhara, Nepal – Show map
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Outdoor Pool, Grounds, Terrace
Fitness Center, Spa, Massage, Playground
Food & Drink
Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant with Dining Menu, Snack Bar
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is needed).
Room Service, Packed Lunches, Car Rental, Airport Shuttle (free) , 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Shoeshine, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, Hair/Beauty Salon, Souvenir/Gift Shop, VIP Room Facilities
Newspapers, Safe, Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating
From 12:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 8 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 50 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
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Combining modern and characteristically Nepali architecture, this boutique property offers a cool and relaxed environment accompanied with splendid views of the Himalayan mountains.
Score from 45 reviews Excellent
Featuring traditional Western Himalayan architecture, the boutique Temple Tree Resort & Spa enjoys beautiful views of the Annapurna Mountain Range.
Score from 68 reviews Excellent
Situated on a peninsula with the Fewa Lake on one side and a forest-covered hill on the other, Fish Tail Lodge offers spectacular views all round making it a unique lake resort.
Score from 60 reviews Good
Offering a restaurant that serves Indian, Chinese and Continental dishes, Hotel Lakefront Pvt. Ltd is located in Pokhara. It is 65 metres from Phewa Lake. Free Wi-Fi access is available.
Score from 59 reviews Very good
Room set in Cottage Style is very nice and neat Very comfortable Bed
Toilet is not upto the Mark and not maintained property In Room coffee sachet not provided but only Tea Shower was just sprinkling and no force Shower water was only warm but would appreciate to be hot during winter Except front office Manager Mr. Gupta, I did not find anyone having friendly smiling approach.
Staff, reception, restaurant choices, travel service and speed and reasonable charges.
Location a bit way off the main tourist centre. It was a trade off for me so no real fault of the hotel.
Very very peaceful surroundings with the gardens and pond. The rooms are very comfortable. After 3 weeks on the Anapurna trek of only Nescafe, the fresh cappuccino is to die for :-)
The hotel is too close to the airport. The places lacks atmosphere. The staff were very friendly but for a "5* hotel" you expect all staff to be wearing clean uniforms
the pool and room were great
the staff was quite disappointing, unfriendly/uninterested all walking around in very dirty uniforms. No sense of hospitality to provide a small print out of a city map or where hotel is located, bottle of water in room charged for etc.
staff not helpful, asked thrice for an airport pick up - not arranged.
Beautiful, landscaped grounds. Nice pool area. Large rooms. Nice mountain views.
Our room was not well insulated from the next room and quite noisy. The property is a bit tired and could use some general maintenance. A bit expensive for what you get. A taxi is required to visit town, although if you plan well, you can get the shuttle from the hotel which runs 4-5 times a day.
The hotel was in a nice quite location and staff was very helpfull
The hotels location is excellent , on our last day we could see the Himalayan range peaks very clearly right from our room balcony. Staff are very co-operative. Breakfast was excellent.Tour Desk at Hotel is highly recommendable, as they have excellent, reasonably priced packages.
Our room air conditioner was very bad, almost a fan not an air con. Quality of food at restaurant was very good but a Nan costing Rs 200 was a clear rip off. Come on ! Shangrila Restaurant you want people to eat gravy food without Nan in spite of knowing that they have lot of Indian origin visitors who cannot have their food without a Nan. This is the first restaurant i have seen where the cost of the Nan is almost half the price of the main course. I felt this is nothing more than illegitimate money minting technique.
Great staff. Good food. Nice relaxing location
Food was great
Value for money
Hotel's garden area and moutain veiw.
There was problem in bathroom, which was not fixed even after complaint. There was lack of guest relations by staff, that should be improved. Breakfast area was too conjusted and there was no space between seats and buffet table to move.
great place,nice service
some of the facilities are old a little bit.
Away from the bustle of Lakeside, yet only a short, cheap, local taxi/scheduled free hotel transfer service away, it offers a beautiful setting with spectacular views of the Annapurna range. The hotel is well run. It is clean and to western standards, although some critics might suggest that it needs a lick of paint and some minor maintenance here and there. Rooms are very comfortable, well equipped and spacious, with balconies or terraces leading into almost idyllic grounds featuring a meandering koi stream, beautifully tended gardens and a superb infinity pool with loungers and the usual poolside bar and spa facilities. The food is spot on, with a local emphasis, and all services are provided efficiently and with feeling. It is very difficult to praise the staff too highly. They are warm and genuine, and a credit to the hotel. In all, this is arguably the best hotel and the best location in Pokhara, offering a lovely place to relax after hitting the commercial area or seeing the sites. Visitors to virtually anywhere in Nepal should remember that it is a poor yet developing country, and make some allowances for that. However, and with that sole caveat, you cannot go wrong, here. Yes you will get power cuts several times per day, but does it really matter? Count to ten and the generator will have kicked in, restoring everything as it was moments ago. If you have a requirement or a routine problem that needs solving - just ask. The response times from the entire team put many western hotels to shame. Although busy, it feels almost as though you are the only one there and that the staff are on personal standby just awaiting your call with a smile and a "namaste". Superb. I would not hesitate to return.
Negatives are more general to the area (and Nepal), than specific to the Shangri-La itself. You will feel a little conspicuous at times, if you're clearly a westerner, and maybe slightly self-conscious - but the area is mostly safe and welcoming, and you'll quickly settle in. If you can afford it, fly into and/or back from Pokhara. The 6/7 hour journey by road from Kathmandu is uncomfortable, rather treacherous, and tedious. If you do take a bus, use Greenline unless you really do want to rough it! Yes, the local shops and retailers once you're there will "pounce" on you a little bit, but just say no if you're not interested. It is never excessive. There's poverty in evidence, and quite a few beggars, but no more than should be expected by anyone travelling here. They are just trying to survive. Adapt to it and maybe show some humanity. Possibly the biggest criticism is a feeling of "tourist exploitation" at times. Locals and visitors from India, for example, will access the attractions and command prices that are a fraction of the "foreigner" rate. You'll notice it at venues such as the excellent, local Mountain Museum, where you'll pay considerably more in relative terms to get in, if you're not from the sub-continent. It can irritate at times to feel that you're being charged a premium for essentially supporting the local economy by being there. It's common to have a 10% Service Charge added, then another 13% Local Tax (VAT) charged on that subtotal. Pretty much western pricing, plus tax on tax, and then the expectation of individual tipping can eat into your patience and your pocket. Taxi costs are not crippling (300-500 Nepali Rupees to almost anywhere within city limits) but the taxi drivers might try it on from time to time. It's best to agree your fare before you travel - there are taxis everywhere and if you're firm they will negotiate.
Garden, view, courtesy of staff.
Massive and lush green property, great for kids to run around and play. Has a very relaxing resort feel. Great kids pool and a very serene atmosphere with mountain views.
Gym equipment needs to be fixed but hey I was there to relax.
The gardens were exquisite and my son enjoyed the pool. The rooms were decently furnished in an oriental style. The bed was comfortable. The staff were helpful.
The location is far from the Pokhara lakeside where the life of the town takes place. If you are looking for seclusion it is fine. I was disappointed at the shower facilities - a trickle and never more than lukewarm. The call out charges for a doctor, ($80) when my son was sick, was a blatant rip-off in Nepal.
Staff on the reception are not so friendly. For to make check inn ,we supposed to wait in the lobby for 1h30 .. As they told to us that room wasn't ready and we can sleep in the sofa in the lobby if we are tired from the trip.. Internet connection doesn't work properly , only in some area of hotel . Food in the buffet so poor and no tasty , definitely doesn't worse that money that we paid ..
Liked the location as it was quiet. The mountains were clearly visible and were awesome. The garden and landscaping was beautiful! The overall ambience and decor was wonderful The rooms were tastefully decorated and Eco friendliness was the admirable theme! Staff were very friendly and eager to help. Hope to be back!
No 'normal' tea eg English Breakfast or Assam provided. Since Eco friendliness is the theme, organically grown tea could be considered. I found it quite ridiculous that the hotel offered lemon tea and tulsi (yuk!) tea free in the rooms, but any other tea had to be purchased! How can the hotel aim to change the habit of people as this is what it seems to aim to do!! Also not providing complimentary tea other than tulsi and lemon seems petty. To me it really doesn't reflect customer friendly practice. Service at the beach cafe ( sorry, the name escapes me), was extremely slow (staff had to looked for) and not as pleasant as room service and cafeteria staff. Choices were limited ie not all the items on the menu were available. However, all in all a PLUS experience!!
It needs to be made clear that this hotel is not part of the shangri-la chain. A reception staff member is very unhelpful.
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