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Kathmandu’s impressive Yak & Yeti Hotel is built on the grounds of a 100 year old Rana Palace. A brainchild of Boris Lisanevitch, a pioneer of the Nepalese tourism industry, the idea to build Yak & Yeti was conceived in the seventies, after Boris’ restaurant “The Chimney” was a huge success.
Hotel Yak & Yeti was completed in the year 1977. With 120-rooms and 5 star amenities it became one of the premiere hotels in Kathmandu. After a successful run of 12 years, the need was felt to enhance the hotel’s size and facilities. An extension of 150 deluxe rooms and suites have been built to supplement the existing accommodation, bringing the total number of rooms available in the hotel to 270 rooms.
The hotel has a shopping arcade, an atrium, swimming pool and two tennis courts, and restaurants. The hotel has an exclusive fitness center, Club Nirvana Fitness Center complete with state-of-the-art gymnasium and spa. Hotel Yak & Yeti has a comprehensive Business Centre and is the first hotel in Kathmandu offering a much sought after exclusive Executive floor and Club Shangri-La. Facilities on this floor include 24-hour butler service, a private lounge for breakfast and cocktails, a boardroom, and in-room outlets for fax machines and computers, which can be rented.
Hotel Del Annapurna
Named after Annapurna, the Goddess of Plenty and situated on an expanse of 5.5 acres, Hotel De L’Annapurna’s central location and proximity to the airport and the Narayanhiti provides convenience and comfort for both leisure and business travelers. Embodying the true spirit of Nepal, this hotel provides a haven of relaxation amidst the city’s exhilarating cultural delights. Annapurna provides the finest personal service and facilities in Kathmandu.Details
Hyatt Regency, Kathmandu
Introducing the timeless quality of Nepal's rich and fascinating culture represented in the arts and architecture, Hyatt Regency Kathmandu with 290 rooms is set on 37 acres of artistically landscaped grounds. The hotel is four kilometres from Tribhuvan International Airport and very close to the business district and shopping areas. The Boudhanath Stupa is within ten minutes walking distance from the hotel. The hotel offers International standards of service and accommodation to the discerning traveler. Developed by Taragaon Regency Hotels Limited, Hyatt Regency Kathmandu is a distinct mark of fine architecture and craftsmanship. The property houses four world class outlets with a banqueting area of 13,630ft/1266m with the city's most sophisticated and technologically advanced conference and meeting facilities. There are various dining options in the hotel: The Café, which serves Nepali, Indian and Continental cuisine, overlooks the landscaped garden and swimming pool with a view of the Boudhanath Stupa; The Terrace, set amidst the gardens, near the poolside, serves light snacks and drinks; the cosmopolitan Rox Restaurant & Bar serves traditional European cuisine – Rox is also a good place to have a drink and there is also a nightclub for after-dinner dancing..Details
Soaltee Crown Plaza
Soaltee Crown Plaza Kathmandu is located in the suburbs of Tahachal just ten minutes away from the city centre and 15 minutes away from the airport. The hotel offers free coach transfers to the hotel on request (subject to availability). There is a complimentary city shuttle to and from the hotel at regular intervals. The hotel also can arrange chauffeur-driven cars or coaches for business or sightseeing as there are no car rental facilities in Nepal.Details
INTRODUCTION Dwarika's Hotel is a unique place in South Asia. It is a living example that tourism need not destroy heritage and the environment. On the contrary, it has demonstrated that a proper blending of cultural restoration and tourism leads to the preservation of historical artifacts and contributes to the growth of skills and culture that would otherwise have eroded from the crass commercialism of today. It has shown that heritage can be preserved and be used for further preservation works. In fact, it could be the model to demonstrate what must be done to preserve the look of Kathmandu Valley - a stepping stone towards the larger and more gigantic task of rehabilitating the uniqueness and beauty of Kathmandu currently experiencing severe environmental stress of uncontrolled modernization.Details
The Everest Hotel
There are few places in the world that combine the best for all. The joyous climes of Nepal - the mountain kingdom, unfold a tapestry of adventure, history, nature and a culture that has its origins in the mists of time.There are few places in the world that combine the best for all. The joyous climes of Nepal - the mountain kingdom, unfold a tapestry of adventure, history, nature and a culture that has its origins in the mists of time. The unique experience of this wonderful country holds a special fascination for the seeker of heritage, or adventure loving outdoor enthusiast and the business person in search of an idyll to hold his business conference or meet. Here in the sun-kissed valley and snow clad peaks, the visitor discovers vibrant and thriving culture, untouched by time, that lives in the by-lanes of busy cities and amidst the plush trappings of modern life. The Royal Nepalese kingdom is a vibrant nation that reaches out to the guest with the warmth that symbolizes the tradition of ancient Hindu and Tibetan cultures. Mountains, valleys, rivers and lush green colours bewitch the most jaded of senses. The country entices and enthralls the spirit of discovery and delight. The country of the world's highest peak - the Everest - is the answer to the International travelers quest. It intrigues and excites.Details