À propos de ce logement
Right in the heart of busy Thamel, Room D with a Queen bed is set in a garden courtyard. Our room provides a handy base to organise and explore the cultural and natural offerings of Kathmandu. Our rooms are clean, comfortable and quiet.
Room D is located on the ground floor beside a beautiful, evergreen garden. Our rooms are comfortable and have attached bathroom with plenty of hot & cold water. Our restaurant, Café Mitra, is a popular restaurant with travellers as well as residents of Kathmandu. We serve Continental cuisine with a slight Asian touch. Our bar serves a variety of liquors, cocktails, wines, soft drinks and juices. We also serve local organic as well as Illy coffee, along with non-alcoholic beverages.
Accès des voyageurs
Courtyard Garden. Dining room. Small verandah in front of Room A & B. Terrace above the café overlooking an ancient Buddhist shrine dating back to the 11th century.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
While respecting the privacy of the guests, we are always ready to give advice and recommendations whenever needed.
Café Mitra is our in-house café-restaurant specialising in French and Continental cuisine along with modern Nepali and Chinese food. We have a full bar with cocktails, wines, fine liquor and beverages.
1. We request our guests to respect the privacy of each other.
2. In public areas, such as the café, terrace and garden, please do not disturb other guests by talking loudly on your cellphones or (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), etc.
3. Please do not feed our 3 well-behaved and fully inoculated dogs nor the fish in the pond.
4. Please try to come back to your rooms by 11pm; if late, please notify us in advance.
5. We do not allow outside friends in rooms after 11pm for your own privacy and safety.
6. The usage of drugs and other illegal substances within the property is strictly prohibited.
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I love living in the heart of Kathmandu, my home city. The lifestyle is easy - sometimes a little too much - so but it means life is generally relaxed and rewarding. I grew up in Kathmandu and when it came to high school off I went to England. This was followed by 3 years in Sri Lanka and 2 years in Switzerland pursuing a degree in Hotel Management. I then jumped on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship, The Song of Norway, as a dining room waiter, and travelled to the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, Nordic countries as well as pre-Putin St. Petersburg. When I finally returned home to Kathmandu, I opened a restaurant, a business I am still running. I have travelled reasonably extensively within Nepal. Recently, I went to Istanbul and was charmed by its Asian-European culture and vibes. I invite you to visit Nepal with open arms, heart and mind. When you leave, I guarantee you will be in two minds, Should you stay? Or should I linger for a few more days? Looking forward to seeing you all!!!