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The Dwarika's Resort-Dhulikhel
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Reviewed 18 August 2014

Highly recommended. The whole package is stunning: the rooms, the views, the setting, the infinity pool, the activities (yoga, meditation, pottery, ayurveda consultation, ...), ... Staff is extremely friendly.

  • Stayed: August 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Soenke2014
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Reviewed 2 July 2014

It is a fantastic hotel with great rooms and view, food is awesome and the staff is very friendly. Located in an area which provides the breath taking view of the valley. Has great therapy rooms and the infinity pool is amazing.

Room Tip: The Suites are the best !
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 30 June 2014

I stayed with a group of friends and all agreed that we'd happily lose our passports to stay longer.

The resort was in soft opening so there were a few niggles (namely still being built in some places) but all in all a great stay!

The views across Lang Tang valley are worth the stay alone - but the infinity pool and stargazing terraces from the rooms are what would make me return. The rooms are HUGE and very homely, the resort is built across various levels so this is for hardy guests with a lot of hiking to some villas and the best views, pools etc. This is a place to relax not to 'do' anything which was much welcomed after a long trek.

The downsides:

there is a LOT of climbing to get to rooms, tea rooms, pool etc
limited food options - an over pretentious Japanese restaurant and 2 choices at lunch/dinner in the main restaurant
It's very pricey and doesn't stop when there - ( see food options) with drinks and massages etc very high.

The upsides:

The spacious and cosy rooms
The stunning views!

Room Tip: Don't go too high up unless you fancy a hike every night!
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 19 June 2014

We travelled as a family to Nepal and Kathmandu was the only destination we had in mind. We wanted to book four nights at Dwarika's hotel in Kathmandu, but the tour agent insisted that we stay for two nights at this resort too. So, we stayed two nights at Dwarika's in Kathmandu and two nights at this resort. We did expect it to be nice, but in reality it was par excellence. It is on a hill and you do have to run up and down, but the way is full of beautiful flora and fauna. You are at an advantage at this place as you get to see the true beauty of nature without even going out of the resort. It was specially good for our children who were amazed at the stark beauty of nature which they hardly get to see. The rooms and other facilities are all done up in a way that they hardly spoil the natural surrounding. The view from the rooms is amazing and there are sit outs around every corner. The food was even tastier as mostly it was produced in their own organic farm. There were enough activities to keep kids occupied too. We returned inspired by this place, inspired to nurture our nature and leave it as a legacy to the next generations. Hope there are more resorts like this.

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with family
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3  Thank Suchitra80
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Reviewed 11 June 2014

I have been dying to try this place out since I spotted it online some months ago. As it is the off season, we got a great 2-night package to give it a go. I went with my nearly 70-year old mother, who had one of her knees replaced a year ago and still has mobility issues. Though I warned her about the amount of stairs she would have to pursue to engage in this absolute Shangrila experience, she was committed to going. So.....we went! The hotel was gracious to allow our vehicle to go around and drop us off at reception without the initial climb from the main road. That in itself was absolutely stellar. We get to the reception area and were truly "received" by the staff there. We were given a garland made with spiritual beads (lovely) and a truly refreshing basil (I do believe) - based drink (fabulous). We arrived early to partake in their lunch cuisine right away and have a wonderful traditional Newari lunch - Dal/Bhat (also tasty). Our rooms were ready even before we were initially informed. Another brilliant surprise was the upgrade from Junior Suite to something even more fantastic as when we got to our room, both our jaws dropped. Now mind you, before the jaw dropping, we needed to climb another round of steps to get there (maybe around 60-80, but not too step). Everything is built on the side of a hill, so no way around the climb or steps. My Mom had to stop a few times, but the staff showing us to our room stayed with us giving us the history of the place, discussing activities we could partake in, etc. Thus, we passed the time and steps without too much drama - then the jaw dropping occurred. We had a gorgeous view with huge windows taking up most of two walls of the bedroom. The bathroom was spacious with a stone tub, lovely rocks on the floor and someone seemed to think of everything you might need (or have forgotten) at home. Then, he brought us up another flight of stairs to our own private outdoor deck! Yes, this was even more fabulous than the room. You had a lovely living space up there with 360 degree views as well as an option to set up an outdoor bed to sleep under the stars. Unfortunately, it was overcast the entire time we were there. But, we rarely thought about that. I could go on and on (as you can see), but suffice it to say - this place well earned all of its stars and more. The food at both restaurants was fantastic (even down to the superb pancake I had during my final breakfast). We had wonderful spa treatments, the grounds are excellently kept and there are so many places to explore and simply relax that it is hard to get bored there. They even have a library with books, movies, music, games, etc to suite every taste and that you can bring back to your room to enjoy. Again, I don't know what more to say. For my Mom, the stairs were a draw back, but we loved every other minute of our experience there and hope to return.

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with family
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