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The weather was very hot and so was my room...I was the only guest for the 3 days I was there.The room was big but dirty the air con could only work when the power came on.The staff just sit around and we'll just sit...More
Unfortunately the main thing that let down this hotel was the restaurant. We arrived tired and hungry and I just wanted a snack, it was impossible to get the kitchen to open there was no chef. In the morning all I wanted was something light...More
I stayed here for two nights in March 2015 – I am used to travel on a budget, and already had been in Nepal for two weeks, so was well used to the regular powercuts and lack of hot water. But all rooms I had...More
The little cabanas are cute and the hotel is very close to the temple/monastery compound, but hardly what I would call a resort. I only saw 2 other guest and one of those was our driver. The place seemed sad and a little tired although...More
good hotel. the room is nice, there is hot water, reasonable cleaning. it doenst have noise. its near the bus station, you can go to there walking. the staff is nice and helpful. It is close of the temples (15 minutes by bike).
US$34 - US$52 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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