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  • Hotel Opera (Mahendra Nagar)

    Hotel Opera is located in Mahendranagar, the gateway of Far West Region. It is just 4 kilometers east from Majhgaun Regional Airport and few minutes from the central bus stand which is the second largest bus stand service in Nepal. HOTEL OPEREA Pvt. Ltd. is situated at the heart of the Mahendranagar Municipality. It is the best hotel in Far West Region of Nepal. We do not consider OPERA HOTEL a hotel; it’s rather a home.

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  • Hotel Ratna (Biratnager)

    We have established ourselves 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.

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  • Hotel Xenial (Biratnager)

    Choose from any of our 50 rooms that spell tranquility in an ambience that's simply divine. Whether you opt for our extravagantly furnished. Xenial Suites or subtly lavish Deluxe Rooms, you'll feel a soothingly warm sense of hospitality every step of the way. Exquisitely clean and tastefully decorated, our rooms have Attached Baths with running hot & cold water. Carpeted and parketed from wall to wall and equipped with Cable TV, we make sure that you rest in the very lap of luxury. With STD/ ISD, Internet facilities, you've got the rest of the world at your bedside! Or if you choose not to be disturbed, we'll ensure all the privacy one could ask for. You name it, we'll get it - call us and we'll even serve you your meals in the privacy of your room.Unwind, the Bacchanalian way, at the Bar. Feel the old-world charm tug at your heartstrings. To soothe those frayed nerves, let our champion bar tender concoct the perfect ambrosia for you. Feel the magic stirring in your veins as the soft music wafts into your spirit of being. Put your worries in the back seat, as you give yourself the chance to... live, a little.

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  • Hotel Vishuwa (Birgunj)

    Namaste and Greetings from Hotel Vishuwa!! The new Hotel Vishuwa is the first and the only three-star luxury oasis in all of Birgunj, Nepal. This makes the hotel the only one of its kind in all of Birgunj. The City of Birgunj The City of Birgunj has been a bustling and vibrant, industrial and commercial city in south Nepal for already 100 years. It is situated in the Terai plains of Nepal, near the Indian border. This strategic location makes Birgunj a frequent destination for business travelers, executives of foreign projects and agencies, overland tourists, pilgrims and other visitors. There is a vast dry port being constructed in Birgunj at present. It signifies the importance of Birgunj as a strategic trade and transit junction between Nepal and India, and the world beyond.

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  • Hotel Goodwill (Patan)

    Hotel Goodwill is located at the heart of the city of Patan. When you move towards the core of this city, it would seem like a living museum because of its exquisite art and culture, its ancient monuments, shrines and temples, and because of the people who create them. This home of craftsmen is situated nearly 5 kilometers south of Kathmandu. A large part of Nepalese handicrafts is exported and about 90% of these handicrafts are manufactured in Patan. If you are an importer of handicrafts from Nepal or a souvenir buyer, you must at least visit Patan once while in Nepal. The most popular place in Patan for artists is Kanibahal, where Hotel Goodwill is located. When you step out of the hotel, you could observe the skillful artists working to produce different handicraft goods. Patan holds many ............

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