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What a warm and welcoming place!!! From the toasty hot water bottles and electric blankets to kind and smiling hospitality, The Kantipur is a haven in the middle of Khathmandu!! I felt very "Best Exotic Marigold" and would recommend to anybody travelling through Nepal.
A quiet beatifful oasis in the heart of the bustling tourist hub of Kathmandu.
I stayed here for a week over Christmas and was so happy to find a quiet and contemplative place to stay within walking distance of Thamel, Durbar Marg and Swayambhunath. The...More
Response from Subechhya B, Manager at Kantipur Temple HouseResponded 17 January 2018
Thank you for finding us a relaxing oasis during your stay here. We are so happy to hear that you enjoyed our garden and traditional architecture, and thank your for appreciating our mission to conserve heritage and environment.
Kathmandu is one of the worst-polluted cities in the world, so after our visits in the city, we were desperate for the quiet and clean surroundings we found in this hotel. Somehow they have ensured good air quality there, not sure how. A highlight, on...More
Staying at one of the most authentic Nepalese hotels in Kathmandu was a shear delight. As owner and operator, Mr. Bharat Basnet's dedication to keeping all things Nepalese was gratifying and very obvious. As an " Eco " hotel he's proven caring for the environment...More
Beautiful architecture , Lovely peaceful garden to sit and relax after the mayhem of Thamel. 5 minute walk to Thamel. The room i was in was light and comfortable. Hot water plenty and quiet to sleep. The extra touch of hotwater bottle each night to...More
Response from Melissa B | Reviewed this property |
We stayed on a first floor room as my mother has trouble with stairs. Room was large with Windows/ window seat over looking the gardens. Think it was just a standard room (101). Was a bit dark at the back but that was more... More
We stayed on a first floor room as my mother has trouble with stairs. Room was large with Windows/ window seat over looking the gardens. Think it was just a standard room (101). Was a bit dark at the back but that was more of a lighting issues.
I don't think you need to be picked up at the airport. I walked out recently, and got offered first off a taxi to the hotel for £6,. English . Or $6.- Australian, I can't remember, but it was the first offer I got, and I... More
I don't think you need to be picked up at the airport. I walked out recently, and got offered first off a taxi to the hotel for £6,. English . Or $6.- Australian, I can't remember, but it was the first offer I got, and I couldn't be bother haggling after a long flight to save maybe a few cents. The hotel will organise anything you want. They charge more like $10.- Australian , but then you have a sort of guarantee. The hotel reception staff is really friendly and intelligent, you can talk to them. I booked my taxi to the airport to leave Kathmandu via them , even though it is a little more expensive that way than walking down the street , but I wanted a feeling of guarantees. The hotel is really good. As for booking direct, any hotel pays a percentage to the system that you book through, so it is always, internationally, possible to get a better deal if you deal direct. But then you might feel a little nervous and uncertain, and is it worth it. The people behind the counter at the hotel are really intelligent. They speak great English and have a sense of humour. You can talk to them.