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Kantipur Temple House

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We stayed several days for business in Kathmandu and found the perfect place in the perfect location in the very center of Kathmandu.
Outside and inside designed in traditional Nepali architecture, we found a spacious clean room and very attentive personnel.
We also highly recomm
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Booked to stay 4 nights ahead of trekking The Manaslu Circuit. That's a long time commitment and I knew from the instant I got there I'd made the right choice. Beautiful Newari traditional decor, clean and comfortable rooms (beds with electric blankets!), absence of plastic and
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Hotel has an old world type feel, gardens, fountains, window seats, woodwork, courtyard... Roof terrace. Good practice for a trek if you are on a high floor.
Quiet but great location in Thamel.
Really liked this place.
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The Kantipur Temple House provided everything my friends and I were looking for after our trek in Langtang Valley. The staff was welcoming, kind, and went to every effort to make our stay enjoyable. The location was great - tucked away on a quiet street within Thamel. The archite
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Really enjoyed our stay here. The location is excellent, right in the centre of town and within walking distance of the shops and downtown historic sights. The hotel itself has a lovely historic feel.
The rooms that have a window opening out into the courtyard are very nice, with
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Did anyone stay in a twin deluxe twin room on the lower floor, please? Or are all the deluxe rooms on the higher floors? I read the deluxe rooms are bigger with more natural light, but due to mobility, a lower floor room is preferred but I have already booked a deluxe room.
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.
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Can airport pick-up be arranged for hotel guests? I have booked from 6-10th. can you advice?
They arranged for a airport pickup for me. It is not the hotel that picks you up but instead they arranged with a taxi firm. That is not problem but it did mean that when the driver was very close he had to ask someone in Thamel for directions for the exact alley the hotel is down (I was still got slightly lost after a few days there), but it was really no problem.
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Do they have airport pickup if I book online? Also I've heard it's cheaper to get a room in person than online reservation, true?
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.
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If there's no bottled water, is the water safe to drink?
KTH purifies (probably boils, as other places in Kathmandu does) their water which they have for you in kettles/pots in your room. I had it for 2 days and was fine. Fyi. you do not drink the tap water anywhere (most places) in Nepal or India.
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I've read reviews regarding the lack of hot water and electricity especially at night. Would you please confirm availability of both? Thank you.
We had no problem with either. Power outages- from minutes to hours- are not uncommon in Nepal, but ours never went out (unlike other hotels).
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"The courtyard facing rooms are, admittedly, a little dark but don't be put you off as they have plenty of atmosphere."
"View of the courtyard is much better than the ones with no windows."
"Standard twin ( all that was left) was absolutely fine - large with sitting space"
"Quiet haven"
"You will love all the rooms with their Temple like style"
US$53 - US$142 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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NepalCentral RegionBagmati ZoneKathmandu ValleyKathmandu
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