Stayed here for 2 nights in July this year and will NEVER stay here again. Paid US$50 to stay in a fan room. The main reason for staying here was as a treat prior to trekking to watch some Olympic action. This was not to be the case - the power was constantly off, and, despite having generator power only power to the lights in the room was supplied. When I complained I was informed by the very rude man at the front desk that power is preferentially given to those in air conditioned rooms; if I cared to pay another $30 plus 23% tax then I could upgrade to one of those rooms. On top of this the sheets were dirty, bathroom was filthy, the room smelled like it had not been aired in 6 months and was very stuffy, the beer in the restaurant was warm and overpriced. I could not agree more with previous comments that the staff in the bar then hover trying to sell you more warm, overpriced beer. There are a lot better hotels in Kathmandu for much more reasonable prices.
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- Also Known As:
- Kathmandu Guest House Hotel Kathmandu
- Kathmandu Hotel