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  • The Hotel Xenial, Biratnagar Non Star (Biratnager)

    enial' the word is originated from Greece. The meaning of the word is The Goddesses of Guest. Hence Hotel Xenial is dedicated for the guest since Visit Nepal Year pic1998. The total area of the hotel is 22000 sq. ft. and the construction within this is 4 storied building in shape, swimming pool, power house, garden and parking. There are altogether 5 conference halls with sitting capacity of 50 to 300 people at a time. There are 50 luxurious rooms for accommodation with all air-conditions. Market: About 80% is covered by UNO, Ingo's NGO's and the rest is by industrial visitors, Bank personals, and transit tourists for Mt. Makalu and Kanchanjungha. Since the opening the hotel could success to attract the families from big corporate houses for their parties and dinner and proud to say that this is only the hotel where they continued as a regular clients.

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  • Hotel Ratna Non Star (Biratnager)

    established to be one of the finest hotels in Biratnagar. In present context, we have been categorized as “Three Star property” by Ministry of Cultural, Tourism and Civil Aviation. Ratna Hotel currently offers 35 rooms ranging from economic to Executive Suites to cater all segments of the market. All the rooms are air-conditioned, with satellite televisions, hot and cold water, attached bathrooms, wifi router internet service and room service facilities. We offer a business room opens for all clients with internet, computer, fax service. If your are thinking of Wi Fi, need not worry. A fast dedicated WiFi is everywhere at Ratna Hotel. We also offer exclusive lounge bars with selected spirits, liquors, cocktails and mocktails along with menu service. Hotel offers continental and Chinese, Thai Restaurant and family type restaurant. We got 350 seating capacity Conference rooms and a meeting room with a capacity of 100 pax. Facilities for banquet related food and beverage are offered inside the respective halls. We also house a World Class “Gaming Club” based on Casino Concept and various entertainment games for children.

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  • Hotel Everest Inn Non Star (Biratnager)

    Hotel Everest Inn is one of the foremost luxurious Hotel Everest Inn, Biratnagar Logo oasis located at the heart of the city of Biratnagar, the most prestigious, shopping, financial and residential area is 6 km from Jogbani border and Biratnagar airport is just 5 km from Hotel Everest Inn.

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  • Hotel Panchali Non Star (Biratnager)

    Panchali Hotel strategically located in the heart of the city's Biratnagar dynamic business and entertainment hubs. Takes its place among downtown Biratnagar’s few high rise hotels and is both stylish and contemporary. Some major landmarks of the city that are located within accessible distance from the hotel include the Biratnagar Airport, Bus Park of Biratnagar major shopping centers of the Biratnagar town. Nepal has been a destination that has fascinated Western tourists for many years. Apart from being the home of Mt Everest, the world's highest mountain, the Nepal Himalaya boasts an intriguing history, ancient cultures and stunning of wildlife. Whether your interest is mountaineering, trekking, wildlife, rafting, paragliding or culture, you be sure that Nepal has something to delight you. Hotels of Biratnagar , Biratnagar Hotel, Hotel Panchali Biratnagar Nepal has been a destination that has fascinated Western tourists for many years. Apart from being the home of Mt Everest, the world's highest mountain, the Nepal Himalaya boasts an intriguing history, ancient cultures and stunning of wildlife. Whether your interest is mountaineering, trekking, wildlife, rafting, paragliding or culture, you be sure that Nepal has something to delight you.

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  • Aanand Hotel Non Star (Janakpur)

    AANAND HOTEL is a very pleasant, clean and comfortable place to stay in Janakpur,Nepal Janakpurdham, is one of the historical and religious city of Nepal. Janakpur is the administrative headquarters of Dhanusa District of the Janakpur Zone and has a population of approximately 80,000. The city is located about 400 km south-east of Kathmandu, 20 km from the Indian border.

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