It has a pretty good location, fairly central, but quiet. Otherwise, in any civilized place it would be 1.5-2 star hotel. While recently freshened up, it remains a creaky place with very basic amenities, grey towels and slow(but free) Internet access. I guess I would be quite fine with it had it been at half the price, but by local standards they are quite expensive and have very little to show for it. A friend was staying at a Guest house at $20 a night and Holy Himalya was just marginally better.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Holy Himalaya puts its guests right in the heart of Kathmandu's Thamel district, within walking distance to numerous bazaars, cafes and restaurants.Our hotel architecture is a traditional Nepalese Pagoda style with a multi-roof design. The hotel has 56 rooms which includes 43 deluxe rooms, 2 suite rooms and ONLY! 8 Standard and 3 budget rooms are without A/C. Mornings at the hotel start with an optional yoga class, and in the evening, guests can enjoy Nepalese food in the hotel's restaurant or savor a drink at the bar and rooftop terrace with magnificent views over the city and the mountains. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Holy Himalaya Kathmandu