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Noble Inn
Ranked #74 of 106 Hotels in Pokhara
Reviewed June 6, 2012

We have stayed here a few times and we were very satisfied.They store your belongings for you while you trek ,no charge.They line up bus tickets for you, no commission.The resturant isnt the best but its not the worst either.There are lots of good places to eat near by. Its quiet so you can get good night sleep.

Room Tip: ask for room on the end of building more windows better view.
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  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 3, 2012 via mobile

Noble Inn is a really good place to stay & it's cheap as well. Electricity is not working 24 hours but it's okay. The owners are very friendly and give a lot of information about the hikes!

  • Stayed: March 2012
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1  Thank Einstein81
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Reviewed April 21, 2012

this is one of the cheapest budget hotels on my list in pokhara lakeside. i stayed at hotel nobel inn on 2 occasions during march/april 2012. 1 night & 4 nights. they have 2 building properties, rooms in bigger building are more expensive. I stayed at both the buildings. rooms in the smaller building cost me 500 rs comes with private balcony, attached bathroom, fan, tv, nice view of the garden. rooms in bigger building had AC(useful during summer), bigger rooms, and thats it. cost 1200 rs depending on ur bargain skills.. they towel are very old washed up, i liked the garden with fountain very relaxing, they do have wifi but its no use when lights go off, cos they do not have a generator/backup power..And lights go off for atleast 4-6hours a day in pokhara.. they do have a menu but serves mostly breakfast, some sandwiches.. no restaurants..just family kitchen.. the owner lady is very friendly she always greets you everyday. "good morning" even though she can be loud sometimes talking in nepali..

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled solo
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Reviewed November 26, 2010

We already stayed at this nice and clean hotel for a second time in 2 years for quite a long period (10 days); the hotel is situated near the busy main road of Lakeside but in a dead end street; so you can enjoy a quiet rest. In some of the rooms you can wake up with a view on the Machapuchare from your bed. The hotel is runned by a very friendly family that will do their best to make your stay as comfortable as possible. They also serve a very good and cheap breakfast but you have to take your time for it! So when you wake up, order your breakfast, take your shower and after 30 minutes your coffee, toast and eggs or porridge is super fresh served. The hotel has WIFI in the garden which is also a very relaxing place to read a book or have a talk with other tourists and trekkers coming in or leaving. The beds are a bit hard like everywhere in Nepal and if there are a lot of visitors then showers are only hot in the evening. But prices for the rooms are very cheap for the Pokhara region. Just try it out yourself and see!

  • Stayed: November 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 12, 2010

We stayed here many years ago as a couple, just after the place had been done up, so when we went back to Pokhara after our trek this year, with our two small children in tow, we went there again. As other reviewers have said, it seemed a little pricey, but for our 1200 rupees (about £12/$18) we had a bright, airy family room on the top floor. This consisted of a triple room (plus an extra mattress on the floor) with a large separate seating area, which was great for storing all our gear, plus a small balcony and a spotlessly clean bathroom - lots of hot water. The rooms are beginning to look a little shabby round the edges but it was so much better than the dark, cramped place we'd been offered down the road for 500r. I suspect that if the weather had been clearer we would have had spectacular mountain views.
The communal areas at the hotel are also spotlessly clean and the management, in particular an extremely smartly dressed young man, were very friendly and helpful, putting a hammock up for the kids, which they loved.
The two main selling points for this hotel are the beautiful, immaculately kept garden and the fact that it backs on to a field, despite the central location so it never felt cramped.
The only downside, which was not the hotel's fault in any way, was that on our last night our second floor balcony was invaded by an extremely drunk Nepali guy who had been celebrating the local new year. How he got up there I don't know, as it had lots of barriers, but he proceeded to jump over to the next door hotel and smash up all their solar panels! Not fun. The next morning the owner was very, very apologetic and really wanted to make it up to us but we were heading back to Kathmandu.
I would definitely recommend this hotel; reading other reviews, I think we probably had a very good price for our room.

  • Stayed: April 2010, traveled with family
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Reviewed April 16, 2010

This is where we stayed before our trek onto ABC. We reserved through internet for the pickup as well, so we were never able to get the low price other travellers say what they were getting. We paid 30USD for a suite for three. Have nothing really to complain about, though. Our bus was, as often happened, stranded for more than an hour at the outskirts of Pokhara by some demonstration. We thought our pickup would have gone by the time we arrived but to our surprise, the boss himself was still waiting there for us with his car. (We thought he was just a taxi driving touting around!) This left us a good first impression so we didn't bargain hard.

The hotel was on a side street off the main road so it's very quiet. Nevertheless to get to the main street it's just a walk of 2 or 3 mins so its location is still convenient enough. On arrival, we were truely delighted cos it was such a paradise from the night before when we stayed at a run-down hotel in KTM. The inn got a couple of buildings, with a lovely garden in between. The room was not very updated, but clean enough and the TV worked. Beds and shower were clean. The bedroom got large windows opening into the garden so the room was bright and airy. Out in the corridors there were some small balconies where one can sit down and relax.

The boss was helpful though not the typical very traveller-friendly type. Thanks to him we were able to make our trekking permit just before the office closed. Overall recommended place for stay if price not a concern.

  • Stayed: March 2010, traveled with friends
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Reviewed February 9, 2010

We stayed here for 3 nights after being at the Meera for 2. The room had a fantastic view and was serviced daily. We were made to feel like part of the family and I would recommend it to any traveller. The rate was also reasonable for Pokhara.

  • Stayed: January 2010, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank MarcusBVictoria
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Address: 6 Lakeside, Pokhara 33411, Nepal
Location: Nepal > Western Region > Gandaki Zone > Pokhara
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Ranked #74 of 106 Hotels in Pokhara
Number of rooms: 20

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