After the earthquake on 25th April, many travelers around the globe may have been unknown with the accommodation facilities in Nepal. Here we list out the status of Hotel in Nepal.
Kantipur Temple House
Gokarna Forest Resort
Soaltee Crown Plaza
Yak & Yeti
Temple Tree Resort & Spa
Water Front Resort
The Fulbari Resort
Hotel Vajra Guest House
Tiger Tops & many more…
Kathmandu Guest House
Tibet Guest House
Shivapuri Height Cottage
Dhulikhel Mountain Resort
Balthali Village Resort
Yeti Mountain Home
The Last Resort
An outdoor glimpse of the heritage hotel- Hotel Kaze Darbar
Every corner of Hotel Kaze Darbar revives neoclassicism of ancient European palace. Converted to a Hotel after well renovation of 20th century Rana Palace, Hotel Kaze Darbar is a Heritage hotel located at Kamalpokhari, 2km away from the touristic hub Thamel. A peaceful home to every visitor to Kathmandu, Hotel Kaze Darbar prioritizes to offer simple and comfortable stay in affordable price. Walls made of bricks and mud, wooden floors, pillars and windows and the roof of terracotta tile, Hotel Kaze Darbar is the newest Character Type Hotel in the city.
Typical Nepalese courtyard in the form of “Chautara”
A comfortable wooden palace- Kaze Darbar
Operated since November 2013, the hotel has twenty two rooms which include single and twin rooms of standard and deluxe categories. Spacious and clean bathrooms with Japanese style bathtubs (Ofuro), attractive courtyard in the form of chautara, its ancient look, comfortable and well facilitated rooms and restaurant serving wide varieties of food cuisines are the prime highlights of the hotel. “Hotel with no air conditioner and television, yet it is one of the most comfortable hotels in Kathmandu Valley” claims, Anup Shrestha the Operation Manager of the Hotel. Guests on holiday do not have much time to watch television and regarding the temperature the ancient building with 60cm thick wall itself works as AC additionally its Eco-friendly- logic well justified. However, the hotel provides free wifi and heater during winter as well as focuses on adding other necessary amenities as per guest’s suggestions. The peaceful location of the hotel, friendly staffs fluent in speaking English and Japanese languages and the architectural concept and materials used to construct and renovate this ancient building has already begun to appeal the guests across the globe.
Single and twin bedrooms decorated in the neo-classical style by expert craftsman of Bhaktapur
A bathroom with Japanese style tub, Ofuro
A comfortable lounge in a deluxe room
A clean spacious restaurant
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