This is where we stayed before our trek onto ABC. We reserved through internet for the pickup as well, so we were never able to get the low price other travellers say what they were getting. We paid 30USD for a suite for three. Have nothing really to complain about, though. Our bus was, as often happened, stranded for more than an hour at the outskirts of Pokhara by some demonstration. We thought our pickup would have gone by the time we arrived but to our surprise, the boss himself was still waiting there for us with his car. (We thought he was just a taxi driving touting around!) This left us a good first impression so we didn't bargain hard.
The hotel was on a side street off the main road so it's very quiet. Nevertheless to get to the main street it's just a walk of 2 or 3 mins so its location is still convenient enough. On arrival, we were truely delighted cos it was such a paradise from the night before when we stayed at a run-down hotel in KTM. The inn got a couple of buildings, with a lovely garden in between. The room was not very updated, but clean enough and the TV worked. Beds and shower were clean. The bedroom got large windows opening into the garden so the room was bright and airy. Out in the corridors there were some small balconies where one can sit down and relax.
The boss was helpful though not the typical very traveller-friendly type. Thanks to him we were able to make our trekking permit just before the office closed. Overall recommended place for stay if price not a concern.
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