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Hotel just middle of the Thamel and everything just near to you. Price very reasonable compare its location. Mr. Dhana manager always give best currency exchange rate and best arrangements of the trips all over Nepal. Highly recommended to everyone.
I stay here 3 times , clean and comfortable beds ,strong WiFi available 24 24 hrs , hot shower , nice staffs and middle of thamel easy to go around thamel is closed to the garden of dreem also kathmandu darbar square so again come...More
We stay here for 2 nights with family. The Hotel Location is in the HEART of THAMEL.The Manager Mr.DHANA &his Staff are very NICE Friendly & made us Feel Like FAMILY.I advise the HOTEL because everything is near the hotel.Wi Fi is good & available...More
Excellent hotel with wonderful location that you can go everywhere conveniently. The price is acceptable with air conditioner and hot water(important to me kkkk). The staff are very friendly especially the manager Mr Dhana, he helped us a lot what we wanted and he treats...More
The room is clean and tidy. There are air conditioner and hot shower. No any power cut. Really had a good sleep for me after having 12-hour bus journey.
Staff are super nice. The manager Dhana is so hospitable. He treated us as friends and...More
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$10 - $32 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#4 Spa Hotel in Kathmandu
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Response from Fahad Bin A | Reviewed this property |
hey there, i stayed in Trekker's Home in January 2017, i guess all of their rooms come with a small balcony . I had the cheapest room for 1(twin bed) and that came with a balcony. and i guess you can smoke on balcony. the... More
hey there, i stayed in Trekker's Home in January 2017, i guess all of their rooms come with a small balcony . I had the cheapest room for 1(twin bed) and that came with a balcony. and i guess you can smoke on balcony. the bed is not soft or plush though.
but hey you get what you pay for, the price was really cheap so it was ok.
Kristina, Since I was with a trekking group, they were the ones who came and picked me up. You're not terribly far from the airport, so the taxi fare is cheap by any means. Do what previous writer suggests, negotiate with... More
Kristina, Since I was with a trekking group, they were the ones who came and picked me up. You're not terribly far from the airport, so the taxi fare is cheap by any means. Do what previous writer suggests, negotiate with the driver and get a good deal. In any country the first place you're likely to get slammed is at the airport because we arrive largely clueless about the cost to get anywhere and they know it. Go to a , currency site to figure out the current exchange rate, and figure that you should be spending just a few dollars to get to Trekker's Home. If you're uncomfortable with negotiating, by all means, ask for this in advance. Beyond that, beware all the people in the street who try to start conversations with you by asking "where are you from?" it's a sales pitch. Keep walking. This hostel is in Thamel which is hard sales pitch central for tourists. The other key piece of advice is to immediately buy, and wear, a soft cotton face mask because of the pollution. without one you may contract the Khombu cough, which is irritating, debilitating and long lasting. If you're hiking in the lovely high country, see how long your guides wear theirs, and keep yours on as long as they do. There's a good reason for it- dust, yak poo, horses running by, all the hikers. Protect your precious lungs.