According to Hotel Association of Nepal (HAN) business in the hotel industry has grown by nearly 15% in the current fiscal year as compared to previous years.The hotel industry is considered to have the highest local private sector investment in Nepal with a recorded investment of around Rs 100 billion.HAN has under its umbrella, 8 five-star, 3 four-star, 12 three-star, 22 two-star and 18 one-star hotels and 165 non-star, four allied and 33 resorts . There are 307 hotels including 42 outside the valley which have 22,661 rooms with 34,958 beds in the country.
An international trade group, Implementing Expert Group (IEG) is planning to launch two four-star hotels -Airport Hotel and Red Rose Apartment Hotel – in Kathmandu with an investment of more than Rs 1 billion, prior to Nepal Tourism Year 2011.These establishments will focus on up-market clientele without compromising on quality. Airport Hotel will have 55 rooms in five floors, while Red Rose will have 11 apartment and 30 rooms. The group is set to soft launch the hotels in December and aggressively market and promote them in the first few months of 2011.
The meeting and handling was very good and on time. We were provided lots useful tips about the Kathmandu and trek. During trek our trekking staffs were very helpful. Lodges were good with warm welcome every time. Itinerary was good and flexible and adapted to our needs.
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