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Nagarkot Hotels

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Nagarkot Hotels

Hello

I want to book a hotel that is close to restaurants and amenities; I do not want to be isolated. Can you please help me understand how close hotels are to each other and what the community is like. I am interested in the Fort Resort, Club Himalaya and Hotel Country Villa. For these three, are they isolated or near other amenities.

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Tracy

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1. Re: Nagarkot Hotels

Why Book in advance ??

Far better to just arrive, check out several hotels and then choose the one that suits you the best

By doing this you will cut out at least on middleman, save a lot of money, probably get a better room and can see what you are getting before handing over your hard earned cash ;-)

Good Luck

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Don't expect a serious restaurant scene. In Nagarkot, unlike e.g. Pokhara and Thamel-Kathmandu, people tend to eat at their guesthouse/hotel so separate restaurants, while existent, are far apart...

All the best,

<Erik> & [Sandya]

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I have stayed in Hotel Country Village which is on the top of the hill with other lodges around. Club Himalaya is also a nice place but pretty expensive comparing to Country Villa. Personally I suggest you to stay in Country Village as it offers you better views from the roof of the hotel. There are other lodges around so I am sure that you won't feel unsafe. But the thing is that it's not crowded like Kathmandu and Pokhara so you tend to meet few people only.

God Luck!

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depending on when you go pre-booking may not be a bad way to go

in high season these hotels fill up pretty quickly

people go to nagarkot looking for some isolation …..haha.....

like above post says restaurants you find are within the hotels themselves

all within walking distance of 15 mins or less.

for example, walking distance from fort resort to club himalaya is 10 mins or so

bar (& rest.) hoping between hotels can be done if you are looking for some crowd and noise

hotel himalaya sits on top of a hill, so does country village while fort resort sits on more of a shoulder

....all these three have decent views.

i prefer fort resort for it’s “isolated” location but the restaurant service sucks

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#03

Forgive me for wrong name of the hotel:

The hotel I was trying to say is Hotel View Point but not Country Villa. Please read their reviews here:

tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g315763-d457106…

The information I wrote above is same but only the name is different. It had to be Hotel View Point.

Good Luck!

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Hi

Club Himalaya is an excellent property rather expensive but worth staying at that.

cheers

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