The Dwarika’s Hotel, in Kathmandu, offers an authentic experience of Nepal’s ancient cultural heritage. It is built upon a rich tradition of Nepali hospitality and incorporates some of the country’s most exquisite architectural traditions.
This retreat is veritable running museum. The hotel houses an extensive collection of artefacts from the 13th century onwards, and the buildings and courtyards house some of Nepal’s best craftsmanship – capturing the beauty and spirit of an ancient city. The amalgamation of Nepal’s heritage with its longstanding tradition of hospitality makes The Dwarika’s Hotel in Kathmandu an intimate experience of a refined Nepali lifestyle.
Enjoy the convenience of the hotel’s locale - situated just a stone's throw from the famous Pashupathinath temple and the Buddhist stupa at Bouddhanath and a few minutes’ drive from the airport – this is the ideal base from which to explore Nepal's infinite charms.
Why &Beyond Recommends This Property
- Nepal's only Heritage Hotel - a veritable running museum.
Combine rich history, ancient temples and the relic of a love story that has lasted through the ages with thrilling wildlife encounters.
Tucked away amidst a spectacular rural mountain setting is the delightfulTiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge.
Steeped in history, the capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu dates back to close to over 200 years, and has over 130 important monuments.
Until as late as the seventies, the now thriving Pokhara was known as a small bazaar town, by its very few visitors.
Chitwan translates to “heart of the jungle”. The very first of Nepal’s national parks lies 175 kilometers south-west of Kathmandu.