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I stayed on and off in this hotel during my 15 days stay in Nepal. Hotel location is nice quite part of area but good food options and convenient stores are on walking distance.I stayed in different rooms, but remember three rooms, 231 is a...More
Stayed here for several nights, staff were friendly, food was ok and clean and tidy. Comfortable stay if not the posh's place in the world. Breakfast was a repeat of itself day after day which was a bit disappointing but the outside garden was great...More
Not sure why, this hotel is priced so high.. but I had a average stay here..
The rooms have a rustic and ancient feel, but comfort is zero.
The bathrooms are not modern, the bed is hard and the curtains don't close well.
I have been staying at Greenwich Village for many years. Hotel manager has good relationship with us, providing us with better rooms and cordial services.
It is well located with many good eateries nearby. It is also convenient if you need to stay around Lalitpur....More
Stayed there with work and wished I had booked on my own somewhere else. Hotel is nice, but average and expensive for what it offers:
- spacious but old rooms with an electric wiring system that was broken
- room I stayed in was facing...More
There's an Organic restaurant just 2 minutes walk from Greenwich Hotel. Good pasta and good local food. Can't remember the name - hotel staff should be able to help. There's also a very good burger shop just opposite the... More
There's an Organic restaurant just 2 minutes walk from Greenwich Hotel. Good pasta and good local food. Can't remember the name - hotel staff should be able to help. There's also a very good burger shop just opposite the hotel.
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"Our room, facing the main entrance, became hot from the sun, although the a/c cooled it down again. The..."