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It is intelligently designed to enable you to cook, store and clean in as little time as possible.

Items in the Kitchen: • 4-ring gas hob • Gas cylinders • Water Jar and Dispenser • Fridge • Toaster • Wine Glasses • Beer Glasses • Coffee Mugs • Ingredient and food containers • Hot water heater/dispenser Living / Dining Area The open Living / Dining area (air-conditioned) has a large bank of windows on the west side which lets in a ton of light and plenty of afternoon sunshine.

But later we encourage you to get off at the main Thamel Step out of the hotel and you're right in the middle of the action.

Street lined eclectic shops, multi cuisine restaurants, travel agents, trekking agents, spas and bars are right outside.

Yet up on the 2nd floor with big soundproof windows you feel you're worlds away from the hustle and bustle.

Stay at safe and clean place during your stay in Kathmandu! Or Patan where is far, far away from the city center?

The super markets are just few minutes walking distance and many authentic and western restaurants are near by the property.

The dining table with a hanging dome light provides a great atmosphere to chitchat with family or guests over dinner and wine.The ground floor of the building houses four shops catering to tourists.You can buy Cashmere shawls, Kashmiri handicraft and metal crafts.Installed Units/Amenities: • Solar Water Panels and Storage Tank • Solar Panel and Battery Based Electricity Back Up • 32" Flat Panel Samsung LED TV • Satellite TV with all major news, sports and entertainment channels • Music System • 5 MBPS Fibre Optic Wi-Fi • Iron / Iron Board • Hair Dryer and Basic Toiletries The hotel building is heart of Thamel area and on the main street it is .It is also accessible by taxi, which is how you get here the first time with your luggage.The Building The current building (built in 2010), a neo-classical and Newari fusion, was constructed in the same spot and in the same design spirit of an old house commissioned by my grandfather over a 100 years ago.

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