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Hotel Panauti

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Singapore, Singapore
Reviewed 28 December 2016

There is really only one hotel in Panauti and Hotel Panauti is it. The staff were very friendly. The room was adequate, the bed comfy and warm but no hot water which was fine for one night. The town itself is amazing. Stay the night and hang in the old town.

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Ottawa, Canada
Reviewed 22 December 2016 via mobile

There aren't many hotels in Panauti. We stayed at this friendly hotel. Staff was very attentive. We also had a very good dinner at their restaurant. The rooms could use a refresher, but it is ok overall and close to everything. Might be a bit expensive for what you get as they added the VAT to the room price.

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Reviewed 20 December 2016 via mobile

We only had lunch there after a hike in Kathmandu valley (Namo Buddha-Panauti) so we have not tried the hotel. There seems to be very few options to eat or stay around Panauti and Hotel Panauti was recommended by our guide. The outdoor courtyard is sunny and charming, the food brings no surprises ( good or bad) so this place...

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Sheffield, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 March 2016

My stay at hotel Panauti was lifted by the energetic, friendly and helpful staff. However, even they could not raise my opinion of the hotel rooms which are tired and in need of repair (I looked at a few and chose the least worst). The beds had simple, thin foam pads, the bed linen, if a little fryed was at...

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Reviewed 11 January 2016 via mobile

Hotel has simple basic rooms with hot shower. Friendly people. It's a pity that it is not found on search at: Panauti. The historic City and especially the funeral burning place at the riverside are impressive!

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Les Avenieres, France
Reviewed 16 May 2015

First impression : Nice to see the guy at the reception to bear an handicap, but still use his brain and works well as a good receptionist. Food : Only to share a last meal before we seperate with our backpacker friend, we ordered some Momos and a rice with curry. Taste was ok but quantity very smaal. Paid more...

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Patan (Lalitpur), Nepal
Reviewed 19 December 2014

We had to stop in Panauti which has two accommodation options. The locals recommended Hotel Panauti. We had a peaceful stay and the receptionist made our stay very pleasant. He recommended us a nice restaurant. The rooms are standard and a bit worn out. But you get for what you pay.... The bathroom was basic and after a while there...

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Singapore
Reviewed 1 June 2014

Drove through Dhulikel to see the wonderful hill/valley views before heading to Panauti. Panauti has a holy site at the confluence of three rivers (like a trident), one of which is said to be only visible to the mystics. You can walk from Hotel Panautii through the main street, old town, onwards to the other side of the river and...

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Portland, CT, USA
Reviewed 31 May 2014

This is a basic hotel in the village of Panauti. We had three rooms in fifteen minutes when we arrived - no power, no fan, then no sink, but all worked out. A sink isn't critical when there's a shower and a faucet. And it was very clean. Romen worked hard to make us comfortable and was funny and cheerful....

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Kathmandu, Nepal
Reviewed 13 April 2014

Unfortunately the only hotel in Panauti, which is himself a lovely village ! We had to spend a couple of nights there because we was both sick. The stuff mad every night big party, right in front of our room. Without any advising before. The smoke of there open fire they mad even mad the breathing in our room difficult....

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Address: Panauti-5, Kavre, Dhulikhel, Nepal
Region: Nepal > Central Region > Bagmati Zone > Dhulikhel
Number of rooms: 39
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