This is the third time I stayed in this beautiful, heritage hotel in Bhaktapur. It is a walking distance of the town The staff, services, decoration, meals, and rooms are excellent. I highly recommend it to anybody.
We stayed at this hotel as a couple visiting friends for around two weeks. The staff are very friendly and always eager to help. Room was very clean, quite spacious, plentiful hot water and heating in the room for when it was chilly. Food was very good - we ate local dishes when we ate dinner at the hotel, well cooked, great presentation and very tasty. Breakfast was excellent, some days a buffet and some days a choice of menu. My favourite was the Asian breakfast from the choice menu. I’d definitely recommend this hotel and we hope to visit again in 2023 and I’d love to stay here again. Very reasonable rates and good location for walking to sightsee in Bhaktapur.
This is a very nice hotel. Apparently the owner had gathered gathered authentic woodwork and stone work and made a very architecturally beautiful building. It was well decorated with nice nice art throughout.. The beds were comfortable, and the room was nicely appointed. It had good hot water if you waited a couple minutes. They were very pleasant grounds and it was quiet. It is just outside of the World Heritage part of the city, which was easy to walk to. Some of the rooms had beautiful sunset views, it's especially if you were higher up in the hotel. The food was good. There were plenty of choices for the breakfast. There was no elevator and fairly steep stairs. It's a nice place to stay in Bhaktapur.
Hotel Heritage is a really nice place, with lots of charm and character without sacrificing comfort. The room was big and interesting, and the walk to the old town is easy and quick. A particular highlight was the food--at first I wasn't sure what to think since the restaurant was basically empty--but every meal I had there was terrific, particularly the "Asian Breakfast," which was delicious! Highly recommended
This hotel is located 5-minute-away walk from one of the main entrances into the old city. Just a few corners and you will be in the old town. The hotel offered us a very big room (it had three beds in it) with some complimentary snacks (cookis, fruit and water). The bathroom was also ok, but a bit old-fashioned. The staff is friendly and they explained everything about the hotel (accomodation and location) when we arrived. The breakfast is varied, but you have to choose what you want to have from a list.
The hotel is pleasant, clean and all the rooms are different. It looks tribal. Different than most of the wood in the temples in and around this city. Although, it elevator should be reinvested in....dragging stuff up and down is quite a task for anyone.
First, Nepal is an amazing country with intense culture the moment you land. I just came back from a 10 days trip in Nepal from Hong Kong, me and my friends stayed at Hotel Heritage for 1 night as we love Bhaktapur so much. Not only did we see the reviews on CNN travel on Hotel Heritage, but we were attracted by the hotel location and the traditional architecture. The hotel is very charming. All the staff there are happy, helpful, and genuine. The food at the restaurant is delicious. We were lucky enough to meet the owner, Prakas Mohan Dhaubhadel. He shared his passion about saving Nepalese culture, nearly all furniture in this hotel are salvaged antiques, the 75-year-old carved window frames were pulled from a bonfire while the 400-year-old stone flooring was rescued from the rubble of a destroyed royal palace. This is a wonderful hotel to stay that creates lasting memories.…
Bhaktapur, the City of Art n Culture could be experienced better staying in this Hotel whis has a traditional design both.by interior n exterior. Quite n lovely cultural ambience, nicely decorated rooms n friendly staffs.
This hotel is a charming replica of a historic building in the old district of Bhaktapur. We greatly preferred the town to noisy Kathmandu. The historic sights, marketplace, and airport were easily accessible by foot, tuk-tuk, or taxi. We ate three delicious meals in the quiet hotel restaurant. The staff were very warm and professional with good English skills. Great quality for bargain price.
As someone danielrachmanis wrote, "You don't really need to spend a night in Bakhtapur." The hotel is "fine." On first approach, it is lovely. There is definitely a traditional feel to the hotel. The staff is friendly - and they carry your luggage up to the room since there is no elevator in the hotel. The rooms are nice. They are clean and the rooms have character. So, why only an average rating? The restaurant is highly priced with very mediocre food. The area around the hotel does not have a lot of other options. If you want to go into the old city, you have to buy a ticket of 15 dollars per person. Although this is good for a day of sight-seeing (and some wonderful food), the night we arrived we did not want to pay 30 dollars just to be able to go in to town for dinner. Service was slow and the food was not great. And it was expensive. The prices seemed fine until they added the 10% service and the 15% tax (which was calculated with the total bill PLUS the service!) The hotel is fine. It definitely has character. However, we had stayed at a different hotel when we arrived in Nepal and it unduly influenced our ability to be objective about this hotel.…
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