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Everest Summit Lodge Monjo
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Reviewed February 9, 2014

Greeted after a wonderful days trekking with the Mountain ...
Not to busy considering it as high season... Jamling Norgay was with a group, a very humble man who chatted to all over a wonderful dinner, alcohol is available but we skipped it.
Good phone signal but no internet. Handy for a safety txt home

Stayed: November 2013, traveled with friends
2  Thank Brecon999
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Reviewed November 14, 2013

This was our first lodge stay during our Everest Base Camp trek, having walked from Lukla. We had been delayed a little out of Kathmandu so it was around 6 p.m. when we arrived in Monjo so it was dark when we got there and we didn't get to see much of the place until the next morning.

We got our room quickly and had time for a nice, warm shower before dinner. As this was our first lodge stay in Nepal we had nothing to compare it to but we thought the room was fine. Later, after staying at some of the other "luxury" lodges (other ESLs and Yeti Mountain Homes) we could see that our room in Monjo was a good big smaller and a little dark. But it was clean and acceptable, and the electric blankets absolutely roasting! Even though we of course turned them off when we went to bed, I was really hot. This was the only place during our 17-day trek that I had to strip off nearly all my clothes at night! In other all lodges, no matter what the altitude was, I had to sleep in at least my long underwear.

In the morning the staff woke us with coffee at 6.30. This was a nice touch, we thought – a nice hot cup of coffee in the room to start the day.

As we left right after breakfast to continue our trek, we didn't get to see much of the lodge (having arrived at 6 p.m. the night before). But we had a comfortable first night in the Himalayas – no complaints.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 15, 2013

This is one of the best ESL lodges !! Breakfast was served in a library/lounge and service was superb. The rooms are rather dark but beds are comfortable with a good working shower.

There was no electric blankets so I was given a hot water bottle. I believe this is a newer lodge.

My lodge was booked by Himalaya Expeditions after completion of the Everest Marathon 2013,

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled solo
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Reviewed April 1, 2013

Stayed here for 2 nights on the way up, and 2 more nights on the way down. Service excellent, food terrific (way too much, but that's our fault for eating it all!) and location wonderful. Rooms are on the small side, and a little dark, but the electric blankets are very welcoming. There is a large balcony on the 1st floor of the accommodation block, and this was a great place to sit, catch up with the diary, drink tea/coffee (which they brought for us without asking) or just take in the views down the valley.

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 18, 2012

This place has small, dark rooms, very average and very expensive food ($22 for dinner which is a no choice, high carb affair), staff who do not engage to any extent. Across the path a new Yeti has opened which is miles nicer and at $150 for dinner, bed and breakfast, miles better value. The rooms and bathroom are incomparably nicer.

Room Tip: ask for a family room - they are much bigger and nicer
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with family
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