Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Patan (Lalitpur), Summit Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Summit Hotel makes it easy to enjoy the best of Patan (Lalitpur).
Summit Kathmandu offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers room service and a concierge, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While staying at Kathmandu Summit, visitors can check out Patan Gate (0.8 mi) and Mahaboudha Temple (1.2 mi), some of Patan (Lalitpur)'s top attractions.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Moksh, Tasneem's Kings Kitchen, and The Village Cafe, which are some Asian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Patan (Lalitpur) is also home to Patan Museum, a popular art museum that is not too far from Summit Kathmandu.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Summit Hotel is sure to make your visit to Patan (Lalitpur) one worth remembering.
My overall stay at Summit was good- my room was clean, the staff was very friendly and helpful, and the food at the breakfast buffet and served by the restaurant was good. The hotel was also near many other restaurants and bars in the Lalitpur area. I appreciated the exercise room as well. The one downside is the WiFi availabilith- I struggled fairly consistently with getting a solid WiFi connection, even with the various WiFi options at the hotel. This was a problem as I was visiting Kathmandu for work and needed a more consistent WiFi connection.
We spent ten days during an extended visit from USA, celebrating a wedding. As others have written, the grounds and building are a welcome oasis from the noise and tumult and congestion of the streets of Kathmandu. Our room was spacious, clean and secure (there was a safe in the room) and had electric heat which worked well. Bed was very comfortable. Shower was B minus; not much water pressure, odd door. Delicious and unlimited breakfast included in the price of the room. Small but nice and functional exercise room. Personnel were gracious, helpful, friendly. We attended an event at the Hyatt across town, which was much larger and more opulent. The Summit served our purposes perfectly, and we would gladly stay there again on our next visit.
The Summit Hotel provides a luxurious experience whilst you are visiting Kathmandu / Nepal. You are greeted by attentive concierge staff and so the experience continues throughout your stay. The rooms have an old world charm whilst having modern amenities eg WiFi. The breakfast is buffet style with plenty of choice. There is an evening menu and on occasion, a tasty BBQ. There are a number of bars and restaurants in close proximity if you fancy a change. Taxis are easily and relatively cheaply procured to the airport / cultural attractions. NB The traffic in Kathmandu can be very heavy at times. Luggage and valuables can be stored by the hotel whilst out on trek.
Imagine a hideaway inside one of the densest cities in the world. Perfectly laid out grounds, decent room, good bathroom, excellent restaurant with tables inside or out. Cabs are available right outside the gate at reasonable rates. Original building was the Ford Foundation guesthouse back in the 1950s.
Having been disappointed by the mess and squalor that greeted one while driving from Kathmandu it was a delight to enter the grounds of the Summit Hotel. In contrast to the rest of the city the hotel is charming with beautifully landscaped gardens. The accommodation is in two-storey blocks of buildings with earth coloured walls, carved wooden bannisters and reddish roofs. The restaurant has attractive seating areas outside where one can admire the view of the hills while enjoying one’s food or drink while lounging under shady trees. The food is excellent with buffets for lunch and dinner offering local and western dishes, one can also order from a menu which has reassuring basics for westerners such as sandwiches and grilled meats, fish, mash and vegetables. The hotel is popular with foreigners who are in Kathmandu on business or wish to use it as a base to tour other parts of the country or go trekking and climbing. …