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Avocado Orchid Resort, hotel in Heṭauḍā

Avocado Orchid Resort in Heṭauḍā features 3-star accommodation with a bar.

Liked the staff's professionalism & punctuality. Breakfast was satisfying.
6.9
Scored 6.9
Pleasant
Rated pleasant
18 reviews
Price from£31.58per night
Hotel Suryansh Pvt Ltd, hotel in Heṭauḍā

Hotel Suryansh Pvt Ltd offers accommodation in Heṭauḍā. Each accommodation at the 2-star hotel has sea views, and guests can enjoy access to a garden and to a bar.

Wonderful
7.4
Scored 7.4
Good
Rated good
26 reviews
Price from£19.74per night
Hotel Smarak, hotel in Heṭauḍā

Hotel Smarak has an outdoor swimming pool, garden, a restaurant and bar in Heṭauḍā. This 3-star hotel offers room service, a 24-hour front desk and free WiFi.

Loved the swimming pool and the restaurant
7.5
Scored 7.5
Good
Rated good
6 reviews
Price from£27.63per night
Hotel Prakash International, hotel in Heṭauḍā

Located in Heṭauḍā, Hotel Prakash International offers a bar. The accommodation provides room service and a 24-hour front desk for guests.

Location was close to bus park
6.4
Scored 6.4
Pleasant
Rated pleasant
14 reviews
Price from£11.05per night
Hotel Quick20 And Riverside Pvt. Ltd., hotel in Heṭauḍā

Hotel Quick20 And Riverside Pvt. Ltd. Has an outdoor swimming pool, garden, a terrace and restaurant in Amlekhganj.

Very nice view . Staff are very friendly. Huge property. Love that place. Very good for family. Specially for baby’s .
6.6
Scored 6.6
Pleasant
Rated pleasant
5 reviews
Price from£27.50per night
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What guests said about Heṭauḍā:

  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    I think it would have been not nearly as fun if we had just...

    I think it would have been not nearly as fun if we had just been visiting the town as a couple of foreign tourists. As it was, we had local friends who were able to show us around, take us to the best shopping places, cook with us, etc. Coming from Thailand, I am used to having a lot more infrastructure. People here get around mostly by scudi (scooter bikes) or auto-rickshaw. If you want to see what life in small-town Nepal is like, this is a perfect place. Like almost anywhere in Nepal, there is a lot of GARBAGE everywhere, and public toilets are either nonexistent or disgusting, but I understand the government is working on doing something about this. At least our hotel was impeccably clean. There is a bilingual school (Kamane Academy) in the Kamane district which is well worth visiting to see how the Nepalese are preparing their next generation for the future. Nearby tourist sights include Makawanpur Gadhi, a 14th-century fort well worth the outing, and Churiya Mai temple, which is famous for being a place that people go to to bless their automobiles (individuals, rickshaw drivers, bus drivers). In the afternoon it is full of monkeys. A good restaurant is Vishudda Momocha, where you will also get excellent Newari food.
    Larissa
    Thailand