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This is a tough one to rate. Do you rate the accommodation or the experience? I have chosen the latter.
The view of Mt Everest from the monastery is just spectacular, whether it is in the afternoon glow or from inside the communal area. Expect...More
The title describes with some irony tha this is by no means a 5 star hotel in terms of luxury, but it is a 5 star guesthouse in terms of the firendly and helpful staf, the food, and the scenery.
When you get here, just...More
The best feature of this place is its location, just a few kilometers away from the EBC (I could even see the peak of Everest from the room). And the second best thing is the stove they have in the dinning room where you can...More
A simple Nepali-teahouse style guest house literally at the foot of Everest. Expect basic hostel style rooms with beds, lots of bedding and an electric blanket (1 of ours didn't work) and not much else. There is no heating though at the time of our...More
Very friendly staff, and clean but small rooms.
The duvets are heavy and your comfort is in mind (even if there isn't electricity really).
They DO have 1 outlet - that can either be used for the lightbulb AND the headed mattress, or you can...More
Response from Samdave69 | Reviewed this property |
Hey. The best way is by car and there's no provision for booking. It's a first come, first serve basis. It's a dorm style accommodation. There is a lodge across it that is very basic but could also work. Worst case scenario... More
Hey. The best way is by car and there's no provision for booking. It's a first come, first serve basis. It's a dorm style accommodation. There is a lodge across it that is very basic but could also work. Worst case scenario, there is a camp site about 2kms from the monastery.
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