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Hotel Jampa is set in Thamel and provides air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. The property is 2.9 km from Kathmandu Durbar Square and 3.1 km from Swayambhunath Temple. If you are looking for a place to stay in Thamel - please stay here. The price is right, its very comfortable. The staff are super friendly and he owners are generally on site and can help you with whatever you need. A lot of thought has been put into this hotel from the garden area on the ground floor to the waterfall to the outdoor commen areas on the 5th floor. You wont be disappointed.
Situated within an 11-minute walk of Hanuman Dhoka and 1.1 km of Kathmandu Durbar Square, Nepal Pavilion Inn offers eco-friendly rooms in Kathmandu. I and my partner Donna had stayed in this hotel recently. It's amazingly built boutique hotel and apartment in Kathmandu. Sleeping here was not simply a sleep, it was a great experience. The designs, the artistic concepts here are just unreal! Indeed, Nepal Pavilion Inn is a whole package where you get the all the modern comforts with great cultural knowledge. The beds, cupboard and the tables were just amazing. The windows, doorways, and the pavilions are just super impressive. The staffs were most hospitable I have ever seen and been. I specially thank this team as they showed us their recently completed apartments. I was jealous to see those. They have the best apartment. It is so cool 100% boutique and perfectly set. Thank you Nepal Pavilion team. We will definitely come back and recommend our friends about you and share how wonderful you all are.
Located in Kathmandu, in a building dating from 2017, Kumari boutique hotel provides a terrace and guestrooms with free WiFi. Room was super clean and service was amazing. No question about staying there again when we go back to kathmandu. Breakfast was very satisfying as well.
Hotel Rising Home is set in Kathmandu and features a garden and a terrace. This property is located a short distance from attractions such as Thamel Chowk. The on-site restaurant serves Asian cuisine.... “I like the staff l, they are very friendly and helpful and even the owner of the hotel. The place is very quiet and nice place to meet good people i stayed here for a month and i feel very comfortable with the place.ill definitely be back again and recommend it to friends.“
Located within 1.8 km of Hanuman Dhoka, Hotel The Doors in Kathmandu features a number of amenities including a garden and a terrace. amazing team - went above and beyond to support on accommodation, food, tips for sightseeing and nightlife. Felt like a home away from home. Very central location makes it convenient to explore everything by foot. Looking forward to come back
Providing free WiFi and a garden, Nepal Cottage Resort offers rooms in Kathmandu, a 14-minute walk from Hanuman Dhoka and 1.3 km from Kathmandu Durbar Square. Lovely, clean and modern. Amazing staff, so friendly and helpful. Food was also amazing
Bodhi Boutique Hotel features free WiFi and rooms with air conditioning in Kathmandu. The property is close to Hanuman Dhoka, Thamel Chowk and Garden of Dreams. I really liked the cleanliness, modern facilities and friendly staff. This place felt like luxury especially after two weeks trekking. Very clean and tidy room. The staff helped us organizing our flights to mountains at last minute so we couldnt have done the trip without them. They also gave plenty of good tips for the city. This was also the most clean and modern hotel we saw throughout our trip. Complementary tea and water were a nice addition. Comfy beds!
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Oasis Kathmandu Hotel offers accommodation in Kathmandu. Big front room with hot shower 24/24 and good heater Very friendly staff esp.mr.tulsi
Situated 200 metres from Boudhanath Stupa, Aarya Chaitya Inn in Kathmandu features a garden and terrace. This is the best hotel in Kathmandu Boudha. Near to the Stupa but on an quiet street (well some dogs barking in the night but that is everywhere) The staff on this hotel is so amazing helpful, friendly and nice. Absolutely the best persons in Kathmandu is working on Aarya Khasti. I felt home and did not want to leave.. and looking forward to come back in a few weeks.
Karma Boutique Hotel is set in the Thamel district in Kathmandu, 1 km from Hanuman Dhoka. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV. They have espresso and cappuccino! Staff was very honest and very helpful. The bus they booked for us to go to chitwan had a good quality over price ratio. Bed is extra confortable. The shower was great
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Kathmandu and surrounding Kathmandu Valley make a fantastic holiday destination. The city is rather chaotic and noisy but full of colour and history. It is a friendly and safe place to stay. It doesn't take long to travel out into the peaceful countryside where you can revel in the stunning scenery. Travel a little further and there are a host of exciting activities, mountain biking, white water rafting, paragliding and of course trekking. There are lots of excellent restaurants serving traditional Nepali dishes or international food. Kathmandu is steeped in Nepal's fascinating culture so plan a long visit there is so much to explore.
Very authentic ancient Newari city. I found Bhaktapur to be the most culturally rich area of the Kathmandu Valley. Winding brick streets, local artisans, authentic cuisine and many people in traditional Nepali clothing. You can easily spend 2-3 days exploring Bhaktapur and the surrounding area.
Absolutely mad place. Lots of things going on all the time. So pleased I decided to go! Also did a little 3 day hike in Kathmandu Valley and that was just brilliant.
The architecture is varied, with some very refined Newari buildings around the Durbar Square (some damaged, some being meticulously reconstructed) and Tibetan influences too. Patan has considerably less dust and fewer touts than Thamel, but taxi prices are very high. Some of the best cafes in the Kathmandu valley are here.
Kathmandu is the Vatican of Hinduism and Buddhism! It is not a trekking destination. But the Kathmandu valley has so much to offer on its own. Though crowded and perhaps not the cleanest of cities, there is an overall aura of tranquility about the place. There are so many places to see and so much history to explore! The "Durbar Square" of Kathmandu - and its respective namesakes in Bhaktapur and Patan - summarize the history of Nepal's culture, tradition and strong influence of the Royal families that ruled the country over the centuries. Needless to say, each one is a great spot for souvenir shopping. It is a real pity some architectural treasures were destroyed in the recent earthquake. A little beyond Bhaktapur is a very popular tourist spot called Nagarkot. It is well worth waking up in the wee hours of morning to make the 45-minute drive up the hill. For tea drinkers, Nepal offers a unique treat with its blends of organic green tea, (black) masala tea and so many other fragrant varieties. For coffee drinkers, the Himalayan Java is a must-try! The rich aroma will dominate wherever it is stored. Beer lovers, too, will not be disappointed with "Gurkha", the local brew. Food-wise, a plate of momos is one street food to definitely sample. Local food is generally spicy, and for the average Asian palate, delicious! Non-Asians would do well to specify making their orders non-spicy or mildly spicy.
Historically, Kathmandu Valley is the world's best destination to find out the oldest architectures and monuments. It is also one of the oldest countries of civilization and is rich in religious values and norms. There's always a lot to do in Kathmandu from day hiking to cycling and site seeing to relaxation. Thamel is the happening place where we can find bars, pubs, clubs, restaurants and hotels which are easily accessible. If you are looking for a budget effective holiday package, Nepal is a complete package for you..
About a week in Kathmandu is plenty to see all the sights in the greater Kathmandu Valley. The traffic will wear you down, and will prevent seeing too much in a day.
A wonderful city, worthy of a 3-4 days stay, at least! Be sure to visit the neighboring Kathmandu valley also. We did a fabulous 2 day trip with local buses, trucks and taxis and lots of walking through little villages. Had a fabulous time!!!
Kathmandu valley is full of prospect for everyone weather you are looking for a fun filled adventures, dance bars, pubs for enjoying a peasant night life, tracking, pilgrimage tour, want to live like a saint with minimum basic amenities or want a real lavish life style, you get it all. Actually I can say like Kathmandu is filled with all the seven colours of rainbow. Only peace of advice Is that you be careful with your belongings like mobile or wallet and be extra careful with the girls at dance bars, they have only one mission to make you loose your pocket with heavy bills.
Best place for nature lovers. Pollution free fresh air, amazing view of Kathmandu Valley and wonderful sunrise view in the morning make feel the importance of nature. Love the place!!! WoW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
8.8 Fabulous 5 reviews
The hospitality was so great. We don’t think we ever encountered that in this way anywere. It started with the contact with the hotelmanager prior to the trip. Every question was answered quickly and he arranged everything we asked for in a more than proper way. The food was also great and all staff and the owner were so friendly and warm. They put much much effort to make us feel at home. When we return to Kathmandu Valley we come back here without a doubt.
8.1 Very good 18 reviews
The family running the house are lovely. It's in an authentic Nepali neighbourhood, Imadol, which is off the beaten track & a world away from dust & noisy motorbikes. Simple meals are available. Shops are close-by. Although quite a way out of Patan, it's well situated for trips to the southern Kathmandu Valley. A van runs from a couple of minutes walk away to the Ring Road (Gwarko) for onward journeys to Bhaktapur & Kathmandu.
8.9 Fabulous 132 reviews
Good size rooms, private bathroom and really comfy beds. Good location in the centre of Bhaktapur, but slightly tucked back meaning it was really nice and quiet on an evening. There was a fan in the room. Really recommend trying the MoMos they were delicious! Staff were helpful in suggesting places to go and helping us with transport links. We were also able to keep our bags here for a few nights whilst we did a trek around Kathmandu Valley.
8.9 Fabulous 20 reviews
Center location near the gardens off dreams very friendly people reception staff manju very helpful clean room,free Wi-Fi, bathtub, 24 Hot shower and buffet breakfast hotel tour manager kamal he will arranges all activities in kathmandu valley what we need everything good highly recommended this hotel in kathmandu
8.6 Fabulous 155 reviews
If you want get-away-from-it-all in a small community in the Kathmandu Valley with a friendly and knowledgable host, then this is it. Big rooms, amazing views and home cooked food.
9.1 Superb 317 reviews
Amazing location, beautiful building steeped in history and amazing cafe downstairs! A wonderful place to retreat to from the mania of the Kathmandu valley!
7.7 Good 34 reviews
I have stayed in many hotels in kathmandu and vaishali was definitely one of the best. The location is superb, easy access to bars and restaurants and taxis too are easily available. The staff were pleasant and friendly. and the newly renovated rooms were awesome. Clean and Airy. The beddings are superb. Showers were good. They hotel offers great deals and its value for money.
7.4 Good 5 reviews
The Location is prime. It is in the center of Thamel. Hotel is nice and cool. The staff is amazing!!! They will take care of you no matter what. From recommending sites to places to eat, will fill you in on proper prices things should be. I will defenatly come back and recommend to all friends.
8.0 Very good 176 reviews
Came to visit for anniversary celebration with my love and the hospitality was amazing. The room was clean and very spacious and very affordable. The hotel was not hard to find at all and I would definitely recommend it to anyone. Can't wait for my next visit!
7.6 Good 54 reviews
Friendly, hospitable and efficient staff who listen to the guest; clean and efficient hosue keeping; nice atmosphere in the restaurant; Base Camp Bar; comfortable room.
7.8 Good 225 reviews
As always, it was the friendly helpful staff that make a hotel a pleasant or not, experience! They were indeed the above, but also very professional and polite.
9.3 Superb 163 reviews
One of the nicest hotels we have ever stayed at -Jr Suite was wonderful! Dining options were excellent and staff very friendly and accommodating.
8.5 Very good 285 reviews
Beautiful hotel and stunning views from rooms. Great breakfast options! Staff was so helpful and friendly.
7.5 Good 49 reviews
Service staff was confident and helpful. They were compassionate to animals by not shooing them away.
8.7 Fabulous 275 reviews
Fantastic view and extremely friendly staff. Loved it and will be back for sure!
8.7 Fabulous 144 reviews
Nice rooms , comfy beds , automatic lights , security . Good room service
8.4 Very good 952 reviews
AC was cold enough for a Canadian😉 room service was fast and efficient.
8.0 Very good 671 reviews
Great restaurant, one of the best in the city for great price.
8.6 Fabulous 69 reviews
One of my best hotel stays. Literally everything was amazing
8.1 Very good 166 reviews
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