We stayed in the family room on the 5th floor. 1 x double bed and 1 x queen bed and plenty of space for a family of 4. One of the largest rooms we stayed in Nepal. The hotel is aptly called Trekkers Inn as you have to trek up 5 flights of stairs but the view from the top floor is fantastic over the lake. his combined with it's location to restaurants and shops are it's distinct advantages.
Breakfast is modest, no mineral water supplied in the room and shower is not separated in the bathroom meaning you need to mop up after you. Wi-fi was free but on the 5th floor it was inconsistent. If you're after top class, this is not it but the General Manager Khem Dahal does provide top service. He is always friendly and keen to know how to improve the experience for guests. Security on site is a bonus and also is very friendly and willing to help.
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- Trekkers Inn- Supplying the highest standards in Accommodation, Service & Hygiene.Following five years of detailed design and planning Trekkers Inn opened to guests in September 2010.Using over twenty years experience in owning and operating hotels we have tried to create a unique experience for our guests.All our rooms have the highest levels of comfort and quality and are designed to create a feeling of space with fresh clean lines and big windows to enjoy the views.Take some time to experience the sub-tropical climate and spectacular views in surroundings that will leave you feeling refreshed and relaxed after your stay. ... more less
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