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We stay 3 nights in Kantipur Temple, it was a very beautifull place with traditional architecture and very kind stafs. Totaly it was relaxing and it's wonderfull garden was so good in the middle of crowded Thamel. Price of room was little high due to...More
We stayed at Kantipur temple house for 5 nights on our first visit to Kathmandu. It's just located a short walk off the main jyatha thoroughfare (Thamel) which provides easy access to numerous food joints (breakfast, lunch, dinner) . The 5-storey building is constructed in...More
I stayed at Kantipur Temple House for 7 nights in seotember/october 2013. First of all, the Kantipur Templehouse hotel ist a beautiful "heritage" building! The staff is very friendly and helpful and the food was excellent, the food list gives a great choice. The hotel...More
I booked the Kantipur Temple House for 3 nights prior to going on a trekking holiday, I read the blurb given and thought I'd give it a try.
I was absolutely thrilled at my choice.
The hotel is situated just off a main thoroughfare, albeit...More
After fighting our way thru Kathmandu city from the airport, it`s as entering a paradise when going thru the gate of Kantipur Temple House. And a paradise it is! One thing is the hotel with it`s exclusive architecture and interior design, candlelit garden, nice large...More
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We stayed on a first floor room as my mother has trouble with stairs. Room was large with Windows/ window seat over looking the gardens. Think it was just a standard room (101). Was a bit dark at the back but that was more... More
We stayed on a first floor room as my mother has trouble with stairs. Room was large with Windows/ window seat over looking the gardens. Think it was just a standard room (101). Was a bit dark at the back but that was more of a lighting issues.
I don't think you need to be picked up at the airport. I walked out recently, and got offered first off a taxi to the hotel for £6,. English . Or $6.- Australian, I can't remember, but it was the first offer I got, and I... More
I don't think you need to be picked up at the airport. I walked out recently, and got offered first off a taxi to the hotel for £6,. English . Or $6.- Australian, I can't remember, but it was the first offer I got, and I couldn't be bother haggling after a long flight to save maybe a few cents. The hotel will organise anything you want. They charge more like $10.- Australian , but then you have a sort of guarantee. The hotel reception staff is really friendly and intelligent, you can talk to them. I booked my taxi to the airport to leave Kathmandu via them , even though it is a little more expensive that way than walking down the street , but I wanted a feeling of guarantees. The hotel is really good. As for booking direct, any hotel pays a percentage to the system that you book through, so it is always, internationally, possible to get a better deal if you deal direct. But then you might feel a little nervous and uncertain, and is it worth it. The people behind the counter at the hotel are really intelligent. They speak great English and have a sense of humour. You can talk to them.