Luxury hotels in Nepal are mainly available to the larger cities like Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan, Lumbini and Nepalgunj. While on the other hand, smaller villages and destinations offer cozy and comfortable lodges. Whether you go on a high and strenuous path to Everest or the more gentle tracks around this Himalayan nation, it is necessary to have a comfortable place to rest. Nepal’s hotels are spread around some of the most spectacular locations, and most benefit from captivating mountain views. Many have adapted local character using materials locally available such as terracotta, red brick, and thatched roofs.
Some of the high-grade accommodation includes luxury jungle lodges, converted traditional mansions and beautiful rural retreats. All of them offer organic food and spa treatments. We also offer deluxe lodges in the Annapurna and Everest regions. You will get the best experience on an organized trek (unlike when turning up on your own). The excellent selection of luxury lodges in the lower reaches of the Everest region allows you a two-week long trek to Ama Dablam Basecamp and surrounding villages. These lodges provide priority to trekking companies, but independent trekkers can also stay in these hotels. There are comfortable hotels in Kathmandu and restaurants that serve delicious meals, while the lakeside in Pokhara is also home to some luxurious accommodation to stay in.
All accommodation has been hand-selected carefully by Responsible Adventures, to ensure that all accommodations are well-located and include the high degree of hospitality. For the comfortable and memorable stay in Nepal, Responsible Adventures can make hotel reservations in any category of hotel ranging between 3-star and five-stars in Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan, Nagarkot, Dhulikhel, Lumbini, Bandipur at very competitive prices. Browse our portfolio of hand-picked hotels, lodges, and resorts in Nepal, listed below in the order of the famous locations:
RADISSON HOTEL – KATHMANDU
It is situated in the heart of the city; this hotel is finely located for all the local sightseeing within Kathmandu and the valley. The hotel can be reached within a short ten-minute ride from the favorite city of Thamel and Durbar Marg. It has 163 well appointed modern rooms. Each room includes superior and club rooms as well as deluxe suites. The hotel offers facilities such as the Splash Bar and Grill, an excellent rooftop restaurant and swimming pool with views over Swayambunath and the adjacent mountains. Guests can enjoy stunning sunsets along with a range of cocktails and nightly roosts.
DWARIKAS HOTEL – KATHMANDU
The Dwarika's Hote was the conception of a man's dream to preserve the architectural Heritage of Kathmandu. It is a unique hotel to stay in with lots of character. It can be considered a living museum. The 87 comfortable rooms and suites have individual style and have won this hotel numerous awards and accolades. Custom made furniture decorate the 74 spacious rooms and situated around the serene courtyard which is at the heart of the hotel. They are in-house restaurants offer some of the best food in town.
This family-run 5-star hotel is a savior of Newari architecture and craft that dates back to the ancient Malla dynasty that lasted from 1201 to 1769 while Kathmandu valley is tearing down old buildings on its rush to modernize.
Buddhist symbols on hand-printed curtains, bedspreads are used with traditional fabrics and accessories. The hotel is located within walking distance of the scared Pashupatinath Temple and about a 20 minutes’ drive from the city center.
HOTEL YAK & YETI – KATHMANDU
This 5-star Hotel Yak & Yeti is located in Durbar Marg, 10-minute walking distance from Thamel and is a 15-minute drive from the center of town and Tribhuvan International Airport. All the rooms are equipped with central air conditioning, with attached bathrooms, satellite television, tea & coffee making facilities and a mini bar. It is decorated in beautiful color palettes. Some of the rooms have a personal safe and bathrobes. The historic fountains and lush gardens surround the hotel. It also has a casino, tour desk, health club, tour desk, and tennis courts. They provide free parking. The hotel also offers laundry and dry cleaning service. The casual Sunrise cafe overlooks the garden and pools. The pleasant environment of the Chimney Restaurant and pub provide a lovely ambiance for a good meal and drinks. They also offer Halal meals.
The Hyatt Regency – Kathmandu
The Hyatt Regency is located in Kathmandu at a 10km distance from the city center, on the road to Boudhanath Stupa, the holiest of Tibetan Buddhist shrines outside of Tibet. This hotel is considered the best in Kathmandu regarding accommodation and facilities. It has 284 rooms and six suites. The Hotel is built on 37 acres of gardens.
Soaltee Crown Holiday Inn Plaza- Kathmandu
The Soaltee Holiday Inn Crown Plaza is situated in the suburb of Tahachal. The hotel has a total of 283 pleasantly decorated rooms. The rooms are equipped with elegant air-conditioning, cable TV, and minibar. The Soaltee boasts five world-class restaurants that offer continental, French, Oriental, Italian & Indian cuisine. The hotel offers a wide selection of facilities including a swimming pool, health club, eight-lane bowling alley and is home to Nepal’s oldest and largest casino.
The Pavilions Himalayas
The Pavilions Himalayas is nestled in the natural paradise of a lushly forested valley that is set against the backdrop of the impressive Himalayan mountain range. The Pavilions Himalayas is the first genuinely eco-sensitive luxury boutique resort in Nepal.
It proudly grows their own vegetables and dairy products on their organic farm. The perfect settings and natural beauty reflect Nepal's deep historical heritage while their tranquil environment is excellent undistracted meditation.
Whether you are adventurous or contemplative, you will appreciate the resort's deep commitments to sustain the natural environment. They also have a particular interest in the welfare of the people of Nepal.
The Tiger mountain lodge Pokhara.
The Tiger mountain Lodge Pokhara is perched 1,000 feet above the Pokhara Valley with a spectacular Himalayan backdrop. It provides a perfect escape, to enjoy the essence of tranquility. It is ideal for guests pre- and post-trek. It is very suitable for those who wish to take day hikes to explore local communities or for bird-watching or gentle exercise, or just to relax in a typical Nepalese rural setting.
They are a member of Secret Retreats which is a select group of some of the world's unique experiences.
They are practitioners of tourism with a conscience and are pioneers of responsible conservation tourism.
They are also a member of Pack for a Purpose, an initiative that allows travelers to make a lasting impact within the destination community.
Shangrila Village – Pokhara
The Shangri-La Village Resort is set on the outskirts of Pokhara, overlooking the magnificent Annapurna mountain range. The hotel architecture is inspired by the style of rural Nepalese village life. All of its 65 rooms offer mountain views. Dining choices range from Oriental to Indian, as well as a selection of Continental food. Other facilities include a swimming pool, yoga, and fitness centers.
The Fishtail lodge is set on the edge of the renowned Phewa Lake. The guests can gaze across a dense forest and the famous Fishtail Peak and other Mountains of the Annapurna range. The additional facilities include a rather small but pleasant swimming pool along with a spacious restaurant and bar in a roundhouse building that surrounds a traditional Nepalese fireplace. It has been turned into a non-profit business. All generated profit is donated to the Princess Jayanti Memorial Trust which provides free cardiac care to the underprivileged Nepalese.
The Barahi Jungle Lodge
Barahi Jungle Lodge with its particular location on the banks of Rapti. It is set in a small village of Tharus. The forest on two sides adjoins the lodge. The river facing stand-alone cottages provide a breathtaking view of the National Park. The ambiance and the style of the interior of their wildlife resort in Chitwan gives a stunning insight into the aboriginal Tharu culture of Nepal that is interlaced with the wilderness of Chitwan.
The architecture and interiors are designed to blend in with the jungle. The use of bamboo, sustainable wood in the furnishing and decoration is done with elegant interiors as part of the architecture. The river facing lodge is embedded with a sense of tranquility. The infinity pool at the lodge adds to the relaxation and observation of the wildlife with the comforts of the luxury jungle lodge. Their wellness spa offers quality Ayurvedic therapies. Since the lodge's location is near the river, it also serves as a starting point for various activities making this luxury lodge unique. They provide several options to explore Chitwan's wilderness; jeep safaris, elephant safaris, boat rides are some ways to keep one amused. The also offer village visits on either foot or bullock carts to provide you with a sneak peek in the cultural aspects of Chitwan. A local group performs Tharu cultural dances at the lodge during the evenings.
TAJ MEGHAULI – Chitwan
The Taj Meghauli is perched on the edge of the Rapti River and the Chitwan National Park. The Taj offers luxury accommodations with a spectacular landscape with regular wildlife sightings that include the great one-horned Rhinos and crocodiles. All rooms are well equipped with air conditioning, ensuite bathrooms and cable T.V. The choice of activities range from Elephant safaris, jungle walk, bird watching, jungle drives and sunset canoeing on the Rapti river. The other facilities offered by this hotel include a swimming pool, health club, restaurant, Wi-Fi, a games room, a fitness center, a bar lounge, library, and a gift shop.
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