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Accommodation in Nepal

From simple tea houses to luxury trekking lodges, and from eco camps to high-end heritage hotels, Nepal has an enticing range of accommodation

Buddha Maya Garden, Lumbini

Mid range comfort

The Buddha Maya Garden is a quiet resort situated just a five minute walk from the main temples of Lumbini. The hotel has pleasant gardens, an international restaurant, large, comfortable rooms and friendly staff. Rooms have air-conditioning (important in this steamy part of Nepal), private sit-out balconies and attached modern bathrooms.

Dwarika's Resort, Dhulikhel

Indulgent luxury and wellbeing

Set on a ridge, high above the town of Dhulikhel, on the outer fringes of the Kathmandu Valley, Dwarika's is a resort of understated luxury dedicated to health and well-being. Super-stylish guest suites are scattered around the picture-perfect gardens with each having a large outdoor living space and daybeds to make the most of the spectacular mountain views. The resort has an infinity pool, bar, lounge and three restaurants serving fresh, locally-sourced, organic meals. Spa facilities are extensive plus there's a wide selection of treatments and activities to promote holistic well-being.

Dwarika’s Hotel, Kathmandu

Premium heritage

Dwarika’s unique 5* hotel is built in Nepalese style and features many architectural relics rescued from palaces and temples in the valley as well as Nepalese furniture, carvings and statues. The building has a palace-like atmosphere and you really feel as if you are stepping back into Nepal's history. Rooms are large and stylish and Its elegant restaurant is one of the best places to eat in Kathmandu. It also has a pleasant courtyard garden with swimming pool.

Fishtail Lodge, Pokhara

Quality and quiet

The Fishtail is Pokhara’s oldest established hotel which continues to offer a high standard of comfort and service. Although close to the bustling Phewa Tal lakefront, the Fishtail is situated on a peninsula and can only be reached by a rope-drawn pontoon, so is very secluded. It has lovely tropical gardens, fabulous mountain views and a swimming pool. Rooms are in bungalows with individual terraces so you can sit out and enjoy the peace and quiet.

Gaun Ghar, Bandipur

High end heritage

Gaun Ghar means 'village house', and this old Newari brick house has been beautifully restored to showcase many of its original features. There are 15 en suite rooms finished with locally made furnishings and an excellent dining room serving meals made from local organic produce. Located in the heart of Bandipur, you can step out on the street to explore the town or relax and enjoy the mountain views from the hotel's dining terrace.

Heritage Hotel, Bhaktapur

Style and heritage

Situated just a few minutes walk from the historic heart of the once royal city of Bhaktapur, the handsome Heritage Hotel reflects the rich artistic traditions of the Kathmandu Valley. Built from reclaimed materials from ancient palaces and residences, and fitted out with antiques and hand-carved furnishings, it offers an authentic taste of Nepali culture, but without sacrificing modern-day comforts. Well-appointed rooms come with big bathrooms, Wi-Fi and lots of homely touches and the hotel has its own bar, fine dining restaurant and al fresco eatery.

Hotel Country Villa, Nagarkot

Picture-perfect style

This modern resort-style hotel has a unbeatable location on top of Nagarkot Hill. The tasteful rooms are bright with light wood furnishings, high ceilings and hand-woven Nepali rugs. Air-conditioning and Wi-Fi are standard and many have balconies. The hotel has a bar and restaurant with outside dining space where you can enjoy the breathtaking mountain views.

Hyatt Regency, Kathmandu

Luxury resort

The Hyatt Regency is a luxurious 5* resort set in almost 40 acres of landscaped grounds and close to the famous Boudnath Stupa. The hotel has a range of high end facilities including a spa, pool and fitness centre as well as several excellent dining options. The spacious, elegant rooms incorporate traditional Newari styling and many have views of Boudnath.

Into the Wild Eco Resort, Chitwan National Park

Safari lodge

Into the Wild enjoys a quiet, rural location on the banks of the Rapti River, close to the boundary of Chitwan National Park. It combines traditional Tharu style with modern western comfort. Each cottage room has a thatched roof, en suite shower room and veranda and is set in pleasant gardens. Meals are taken in the dining area and are prepared with ingredients from the lodge's own kitchen garden. Into the Wild has its own expert guides and provides a programme of nature walks, river canoeing, jeep safaris and cultural shows.

Luxury Trekking Lodges

Comfort on the trail

In both the Annapurna foothills and the Everest region, there are high quality trekking lodges that offer a really good standard of comfort and hospitality. Meals are served in attrractive dining areas, whilst large bedrooms have en suite bathrooms with hot and cold running water and western toilets. The lodges are all individual and facilities vary but you'll find some extra special touches such as happy hour and heated blankets. They are built in an eco-friendly style with landscaped gardens and are situated to take full advantage of the beautiful mountain scenery.

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