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Super View Lodge and Restaurant

1 Sarangkot Sarangkot Top, Pokhara 33700 Nepal
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Rising next to the Himalaya, The Superview Lodge. The journey begins... Everyone wants to dream, discover and explore, to find that indefinable Pokhara and its surrounding Himalaya that personal nirvana, that mind-blowing adventure, that elusive reality we so yearn for... And that's exactly what happens at Super View Lodge - dreams become reality...Superview Lodge stands still at an altitude of 1592 mtrs in the hills of Sarangkot, 7 km from Pokhara. A cottage style hotel with all the modern facilities, that can truly create a treasure trove of memories that will colour your life in the years to come. Take a sip of coffee early in the morning with the Himalaya, the moment then can be cashed for the whole life experience. Views of beautiful and mesmerizing Himalaya; create a treasure trove of memories that will colour your life in the years to come. Experience a sense of beauty, calm and leisure; know that your diverse needs, wishes and unspoken desires are coming true... Take that step towards The superview Lodge. The Superview Lodge is your ideal accommodation in Pokhara... fabulous mountain views, spacious hotel rooms... stay in the very heart of all that is Pokhara and its surrounding Himalaya. Capturing the casual but stylish lifestyle of Pokhara, subtle and silent service and impeccable attention to detail awaits you on your Pokhara holiday or business trip... our exceptional lodge offers you a haven for relaxation where colonial charm meets tropical elegance. All rooms with private balconies and mountain views. All rooms are placed with WiFi modern decoration, hot and cold shower and modern bathroom, TV, fridge, etc.
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Free public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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Superview is great for location and ease. The taxi can ONLY drop you off at the bottom of the steps so you of course have to walk all of 2/3 mins up the steps to reach the hotel. It’s run by a family to whom all of which were friendly and helpful. We had a double deluxe room, it was clean and comfy. Views were amazing. The bathroom in full working order, with hot water (you have to be patient and let the shower run for a bit of time before it gets hot). We had one evening meal here, which was tasty. It’s perfect for 2 nights, and so close to the sunrise spot.
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I have read through the other reviews and feel that they were a little harsh. Facts - it's on a mountain side high up in Nepal Fact - the roads are rubbish in Nepal at the best of times, of course they will be bad going up. Fact - if you want a awesome view of the Annapurna mountain range, yes you can get it in pokhara, but you might just have to work for a little better one. My wife and I went up for one night to see the sun rise of Annapurna. This hotel is more than capable of doing that for you. We drove up by taxi 1500 nrps, most of the hotels are off to the hill side so we had to walk all of 3 minutes up some stairs. your welcomed and shown to your room straight away. Rooms are great, clean, tidy, as modern as you would expect, beds very comfortable and you can tell they have put money in it. Food was lovely, both breakfast and dinner, nothing special, but very nice. The landlady was very accommodating to us and because we were going out to paraglide the next day, sorted us out with pick up and even walked us back down the steps to see us off. Yes it's a little more pricey than you can get in pokhara, but there is a lot less choice. It was cloudy in the morning and at night, couldn't see full extent of Annapurna, but still saw amazing views. Hotel deserves some credit, and for one night. Great
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We came there for food. Not good and defenitely overpriced. For small plate of french fries 250 rupies. Thats crazy. Keep away from this place. And they talking 10 %service. Its defenitelly worth it.....
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Sitting by the lake at Pokhara I was intrigued by the hill north of Pokhara, all of the locals told me about the fabulous views from the hilltop village called Sarangkot, which overlooks the Pokhara valley and has stunning views of the Annapurna mountain range. I left the North Face Inn and took the forty minute trip in a taxi up another crazy Nepalese road, Sarangkot sits at 1592m, my stay for the next two days would be at the Super View Lodge. I decided to take all of my luggage this time as I wanted to repack for the next two weeks that I had in front of me, I also had clean clothes and a stashed bottle of Moet that I wanted to crack while watching the sunrise over the Himalaya. I'd carried the Moet from duty-free in Brisbane through customs in two countries, and it was a steal at $20. I was hoping to have a chicken and champagne breakfast with one of the best views on the planet. Or so I thought. The first red flag was from the manager, Raju Acharya from the North Face Inn, asking me if I wanted to take all of my luggage up to Sarangkot, I should have listened. The trip up was terrific on a switchback ridge to the village. When I got near to the top of the hill, I had to pay for access to the lodge. After that there was a significant roadwork project going on which didn't allow the taxi to go to the hotel, I had two options, drag my luggage up a steep hill or go past the roadworks and up the road, this wasn't in the brochure. It was 35 degrees plus, and I couldn't do it by myself, It was another 300m uphill, I was promised to be dropped off at the hotel, but that wasn't to be...Red flag two. ​Anyway, after a while, two young boys came down from the lodge and helped me up the hill with my luggage. Thank God. I finally arrived at the Super View Lodge, and it was less than impressive for the rate that they were charging. After checking into my room, I went back up to reception and told them that there was no hot water. The manager and her son came through my room insisting that they wanted my chocolate stash and that I could use the shower in the next room, why they didn't just put me in that fully functional room in the first place is beyond me. They were just plain rude. You would expect a better rate in the offseason as opposed to the tourist season, but it was more expensive for what reason I don't know. They had Wi-fi, as most hotels and cafes have in Nepal. But this was different, I was the only guest, but the owner sold every young person in the village the Wi-fi network password, all they did was check their Facebook, which meant that I couldn't do any business or upload my files while I was staying at this establishment. More people on the network the slower it is. Red Flag three, and this was still on day one. The meals at the Super View were very small. I think that the manager supports this practice, and the service was slow and inadequate. Tasty, but the main meal was like an entree. It cost $12 for chicken chilli, I'm glad that I had other snacks in my room. After I started eating this, I saw the manager come out to the dining room in front of me feeding herself and three other children with the same meal. I was paying for the whole family and the neighbor's kids dinner. She tried to seduce me after dinner, and I asked her if she was married and she said no. I did some research and found out that her husband owns this hotel, Terrible form. Cats away, Nepali women will play, but not with this cat. She wanted me to replace Laxmi, her husband, and owner of this hotel who was away working for his family and his dysfunctional wife, at this point I thought, and I knew that I was getting ripped off financially and morally and I was right. ​Hirimaya Chapai is a crook, and she should never be trusted. I feel sorry for her husband Laxmi, and he should ditch her straight away. ​I decided to leave the next morning. Red Flag Four.​ The morning before I left, I went for a walk up to the top of Sarangkot to the tower, and it's a one-way path. I was pressured by all of the store holders to look at their goods, most which were overpriced and not of any quality, save your shopping for Pokhara where the prices are much lower and of better quality. They will also call you names as you walk away because you don't want to buy anything, ​Yes, some Nepalese can be racist as well as be friendly in the same breath. Hirimaya promised me a better deal on a taxi ride back to Pokhara, but it was the same price. I saw her give the taxi driver a small amount of the money that I had given her for the trip and at that point, she told me that three teenage locals including her two children were coming with me for a journey that I had paid. I don't mind helping people out, but that was the last straw, So I justify this by publishing this blog. There is nothing super about the Super View Lodge at Sarangkot if you ever wanted to know what bad karma is like, this place is for you. ​There are dangerous places in every country, but Sarangkot takes the cake for the worst place in Nepal. I never thought that I would have to write this, but I'm not going to sugar coat Nepal as many people do.​
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Accessibility - 1/10 (if u are on a bike ride to the mountain its clearly a bad idea) Cleanliness - 10/10 (clean beds, showers, and rooms) Sunrise point 20feet above the lodge. View - 100/100 Activities - besides the sunset rise point nothing, for every thing else is a road down hill near the lake. Food - tasty local food made inhouse by the owner its self. However a dal batt cost 350! Prices are steep. & once you are given the menu she will prepare only recomend 1 or 2 dishes that is available all through out the day and nothing else. Friendliness 8/10 We travelled on a royal Enfield from katmandu to pokara and found it difficult to find the place , after intense climbs up the hills and really very very bad roads we some how reached the lodge (time take 8hrs 225kms from KTM) after a days experience at the lodge and nothing much to do besides gaze at the top view of the lakes and the iced mountains we decided to spend the second day in a hotel besides the phewa lake. Hence we cancelled the second night at the lodge and had a 50% deduction as per the rules and regulations (and it was a fair deal) Be aware the paragliding from this lodge will charge you 9000PNR  (Local currency) however by the lake it is 5000 for Indians and foreigners. If you are in a mood to gaze at the iced mountains and reflect on life the is the place to be. However if ur in a mood to do some fun activities,rent a bicycle, do a lake boat tour, visit the bat island or Shop at the local places and sip on the some great coffee at the German bakery  you should book ur self at the lake.
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PRICE RANGE
$24 - $38 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
NepalWestern RegionGandaki ZonePokhara
NUMBER OF ROOMS
14
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