The AC kept turning off, the power was spotty, the kitchen had no choices and was overpriced for certain items. We ended up going into town to get food (but that wasn't much better). The place just seemed a bit deserted and depressing. We would not return to this place.
It's not all bad, though. I know power outages happen in Nepal, and the country is not quite up to first-world standards. The hotel staff were generally nice, and one of them even ran into me while I was walking around in the city and offered me a ride on his motorcycle (not something I'd arranged prior - just a nice act on his part). I appreciate all of that, but I just think I'd rather stay somewhere else in the future.