Looking for a place to stay in Bhaktapur? Then look no further than Nyatapola Guest House, a family-friendly guest house that brings the best of Bhaktapur to your doorstep.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Nyatapola Guest House offer a desk.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk, room service, and 24 hour check-in. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.
If you like Italian restaurants, Nyatapola Guest House is conveniently located near Black Olive Restaurant and Bar, Kutumba Restaurant, and La Bella Nepali Restaurant.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Bhaktapur Durbar Square (0.1 mi), Nyatapola Temple (0.1 mi), and Taumadhi Square (0.2 mi), which are all within walking distance of the guest house.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Nyatapola Guest House as you experience everything Bhaktapur has to offer.
We had a lovely stay here! The family were incredibly welcoming. We took part in a wood carving lesson which was great fun! Clean rooms. Great breakfasts included. The roof top where we ate was lovely and you got to meet other travellers. Close to the centre but very quiet!
Nyatapola provides great value. The family was extremely helpful with advice and went above and beyond when I couldn't pay taxi fare (due to hideous entry tax), they paid for me. A decent breakfast is provided with the budget price.
Worst experience I ever had with hotels. 1. I asked the price for taxi services pick up and drop off. They mentioned in email that “both ways will be 12$”, and I said okay. When I was checking out, they mentioned that one way is 12$ and asking me to pay the money. If not, then I will not having ride back to airport the next day. What was all that about? Lot of discussion went on, and they made me wait for 40 minutes. During the whole time, she was telling that it’s a huge loss for them, and asking me to pay for their mistake. They didn’t even try to understand from my side. They were just thinking about their loss, so selfish and mean. Money is money for everyone. With taxi and hotel stay, I had to pay 2500 rupees, and she asked me to pay 3300 just to make up for their loss. At the end, I had to pay extra 500 rupees for nothing. I never had this bargaining experience with any hotel so far. They didn’t take responsibility for their mistake, instead they were asking others to take that burden. Is it even fair? 2. In the website they mentioned that card is accepted. Since it was my last day in nepal, I didn’t save any money. And at the last minute, they were telling that card is not accepted and bank would charge 5% if card is used. At the end, she hesitantly took my card because she had no other option. 3. Did I pay 250 rupees for just an omelette and a plain toast? It’s like she made breakfast just because she had to, not that she wanted to. Loss of 250 rupees here. If I had expected this, I would have booked a room without free breakfast. Overall, it’s the worst experience I ever had. Definitely not recommended. I had a loss of 750 rupees for staying in this guest house.…
We stayed here for one night and were pleasantly surprised! The family who owns the guest house are very lovely and welcoming. Clean room and bathroom including the basics. They were happy to provide a different breakfast as one of us is allergic to gluten which was a relief as many places don't cater to this. Overall, very happy and highly recommend!
A great family run guest house right in pottery square. Rooms are large, beds are smallish so best to sleep in separate beds if a couple. A very friendly and helpful family run the guest house. Easy access to Bhaktapur durbar square. Recommended for a short visit.