Our guests will stay at the International Guest House in Kathmandu before and after the trek. International Guest House was founded in 1980 as a small family business, but has grown to establish itself as one of Kathmandu's leading hotels. The lodge is decorated with Tibetan and traditional Nepalese cultural art and architecture, including wood-carved windows dating back over a century. The guest house is located in a quiet residential location just a minute's walk from Thamel, a popular tourist market with many options for food and entertainment.
International Guest House has 55 rooms. The rooms include breakfast, free wifi, safe deposit box, and luggage storage.
We offer the following upgraded hotels in Kathmandu:
Hotel Shambala, a contemporary Tibetan themed boutique hotel in Kathmandu, Nepal offers unparalleled comfort and luxury with the best in Tibetan and Nepalese hospitality. Inspired by Tibetan art and architecture, all 65 rooms feature beautiful handmade furniture, rugs and painted motifs; creating an ambiance that is traditional yet modern.
Enjoy daily yoga at the boutique Kantipur Temple House. This hotel offers a truly unique experience and is one of the finest eco-hotels in Kathmandu; authentic Nepalese architecture throughout, decor, food and warm hospitality. The Kantipur Temple House is environmentally friendly and socially responsible without sacrificing comfort, with rooms ranging from standard to super-deluxe. Trip Advisor has given the hotel a Certificate of Excellence for 2014, rated by previous visitors.
These upgraded accommodations are available for an additional cost:
This hotel is in the heart of it all, with quick access to shopping and all the sights. Previous travelers claim the accommodating staff and location makes this the best place to stay in Kathmandu. Get lost in their beautiful gardens that are sure to transport you into a faraway land and relax as your next meal is prepared with 3 restaurants onsite to choose from your taste buds will be begging for more.
Charming and luxurious, yes you can have both. The Dwarika’s Hotel will envelop you with its rich cultural combined with unmatched services, restaurants and staff. The rooms are spacious and comfortable with no detail left undone. After a long trek the Pancha Kosha Himalayan Spa is a sanctuary for healing and purifying the body and is not to be missed. Dwarika’s Hotel has a 96% approval rating on Trip Advisor, raking it 6 out of 134 hotels and takes the Travelers' Choice 2014 Award.