Our kathmandu B&B is in Thamel, Kathmandu. It has1 Bedrooms,1 Bathrooms . Thehotel is close to nightlife, restaurants, pubs/bars, shopping & entertainment. You’ll love it because it is a stunning oasis inside a beautiful Neo Classical/Newar fusion building. Ample light, lots of space, bay windows, ideal location with all modern comforts. Good value for money, ideal for couples, friends, business travelers, and families.
Thamel is the main tourist hub of Kathmandu, Nepal. The streets are teeming with life. But it can also be a bit noisy.
But that's just the start. This amazing one of the best private room is on the second floor of a beautiful Neo Classical / Newari fusion building. The one bedrooms have one classic bay windows and seating so that you can observe life as it happens in Thamel without the dust and noise! It also has a spacious Living/Dining area with all amenities and a fully functional kitchen.
The current building (built in 2010), a neo-classical and Newari fusion, was constructed in the same spot and in the same design spirit of an old house commissioned by my grandfather over a 100 years ago.
The building is designed by Nepal's top architect, Mr. Arun Pant and constructed by an ‘A' class company. It has been designed to withstand massive earthquakes. The building suffered no damage after the devastating earthquake of April 2015. A thorough check by structural engineers revealed no damage at all.
The ground floor of the building houses four shops catering to tourists. You can buy Cashmere shawls, Kashmiri handicraft and metal crafts. I'm sure they will give you a good discount if you mention that you stay above ☺
The first floor house a travel agency, the second floor is this two-bedroom kathmandu B&B.
The non- air-conditioned bedrooms have tween bed or large comfortable mattress, wardrobe, study table/chair, compressed wood parquet flooring and bathroom with running hot/cold water, western style WC, hand-held toilet spray. The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom.
The kitchen has all the amenities you would require to prepare any meal. It is intelligently designed to enable you to cook, store and clean in as little time as possible.
Items in the Kitchen:
• 4-ring gas hob
• Gas cylinders
• Water Jar and Dispenser
• Wine Glasses
• Beer Glasses
• Coffee Mugs
• Ingredient and food containers
• Hot water heater/dispenser
Living / Dining Area
The open Living / Dining area (air-conditioned) has a large bank of windows on the west side which lets in a ton of light and plenty of afternoon sunshine. The windows can also be fully shaded by rolling down the blinds.
The dining table with a hanging dome light provides a great atmosphere to chitchat with family or guests over dinner and wine.
You can also unwind on the comfortable sofa and watch a great movie or catch the latest news on the TV that has a satellite connection with over 70 channels including most of the popular news, entertainment and sports programming.
We have invested in Solar Panels and large Batteries as back up to run most things within the apartment. The back up power enables lights in Living/Dining Area, Kitchen, Bedrooms and Bathrooms. It also powers the Wi-Fi, TV, Satellite TV, DVD, Fridge and almost all power sockets.
• Solar Water Panels and Storage Tank
• Solar Panel and Battery Based Electricity Back Up
• 32" Flat Panel Samsung LED TV
• Satellite TV with all major news, sports and entertainment channels
• Music System
• 5 MBPS Fibre Optic Wi-Fi
• Iron / Iron Board
• Hair Dryer and Basic Toiletries
the travelers can be use free refilled drinkable water with hot and cold. if they want cook food them self, i can provide them kitchen too.
regarding guest staying, if they will love to learn cook Nepalese food and language, that will be available.
Общение с гостями
My wife and I live offsite but we always try to meet our guests on arrival (sometimes its not possible) and are available on phone, text and email. We will take care of any issues that may arise. Our right hand men, gyanu and ram will also be happy to help.
Другие важные подробности
Basic necessities are… well basically very hard to come by in Nepal. Due to acute load shedding in the winter months, we have provision for solar power and thus ask our guests to use them judiciously. But solar power is not enough to power the high wattage equipment (anything above 500 watts) which still relies on government electricity supply to run.
UPDATE: Since the end of October 2016, Kathmandu has 24 hours power! Never thought I'd see this in my lifetime and I'm only 40. Therefore all appliances work all the time. (Now what should I do with all the solar stuff? :-)
We cannot always guarantee that cooking gas will be available but we will do our best.
Water is precious too! We have a deep bore well, from which we draw water, filter and store in our underground storage tank. We also have four tanks on the rooftop that we replenish every few days from the underground storage tank so that guests always have water.
At my place you can brings pet animals, you can smoke, you can drink,,,
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