Hotel Annapurna is an old property with unassuming exteriors but endowed with a bit of old-world charm and warmth. I have stayed here many times and have enjoyed it always. Advantage is its location that is right in the center of the city, markets and malls. There are international chains like Pizza Hut and KFC and bustling city market right outside the entry gate to the property. Rooms are good sized though a bit dated. Furniture, carpet and upholstery look faded even stained with spots, and has perhaps not been changes in decades, though their upkeep is good. Hotel has only three floors and is well maintained in terms of cleanliness. One disappointing issue is that free Wi Fi is limited to one device. You cannot run your mobile and laptop together unless you buy additional Wi Fi connection. Or you must learn from the front desk how to log-off from one device and log-on to other.
Breakfast buffet in the Coffee Shop is superb, has a good variety of quality items and trays are quickly re-filled. I can check in this hotel just for the stuffed kachauri, Idly, Vada and Nariyal Chutney they prepare! Room service food however needs improvement. Hotel employees on front-desk and elsewhere are very polite in a genuine way that is very typical of Nepalese people in general. I would certainly recommend this hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in Durbar Marg, Kathmandu's premier street, 5-star Hotel Annapurna has a long history of excellence in the hospitality industry. Established in 1965 and named after Annapurna, the Goddess of Abundance, the Hotel provides the finest personal service and facilities in Nepal's fabled emerald valley, and its cultural, political and commercial capital. The Hotel has a total of 151 recently renovated Deluxe and Heritage guestrooms, including 5 suites, equipped with modern amenities such as the latest flat screen TV, bedside lighting & climate control unit, tea & coffee making facilities, mini bar and electronic safe. The atmosphere within the 5-acre property is warm and relaxed, the ambiance embracing the unique and friendly essence of Nepali culture and traditions. The Hotel is an architectural marvel, cleverly combining the local pagoda-style with contemporary flair. The Hotel is also famous for its popular eating outlets. The Coffee Shop is the all day, every day place for favourite eats and drinks and surprising new delights. The capital's most exotic Chinese restaurant, the Arniko Room, has established itself as one of the culinary wonders of modern Nepal. If the aristocratic flavour of fabled Mughal kitchens is more your to your taste, then Ghar-e-Kabab is the place to dine either alone or, better still, with your family and friends, AND when the sun goes down - or even a lot earlier - the Juneli Bar, stocked with the choicest drinks from around the world, is the perfect place to hit! In keeping with modern times, the Hotel is entirely Wi-Fi enabled. With extensive banquet and conferencing facilities, beautifully landscaped garden, one of the largest hotel swimming pools, well-equipped gym, business center and the most prestigious shopping arcade, our property is also within easy reach of religious, historical, cultural, architectural and shopping destinations, as well as Government offices, diplomatic missions and airline offices. At Annapurna, it is our promise you will feel truly blessed by the Goddess of Abundance. Hotel Annapurna,'Truly a Heritage of Hospitality' ... more less
- Reservation Options:
- TripAdvisor is proud to partner with Booking.com, Expedia, Hotels.com, Agoda, Travelocity, Ctrip TA, Hotwire, Priceline, TripOnline SA, Fastbooking, Cheap Tickets, Cancelon, HotelQuickly and HRS so you can book your Hotel Annapurna reservations with confidence. We help millions of travelers each month to find the perfect hotel for both vacation and business trips, always with the best discounts and special offers.
- Also Known As:
- Hotel De l Annapurna
- De l Annapurna Hotel