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On arriving in Namche we were tired and then were told the accommodation was up a steep hill. Grizzling we slowly went up, up, up. Once there however we all knew it was worth the climb. Friendly, helpful staff, clean rooms, soft beds, hot showers...More
Stayed here for two nights recently. We were trekking in mid-March, so Namche Bazaar wasn't as crowded as it can get later in the season. We were the only guests at Zamling for both nights. We stayed in a room with an attached bathroom. The...More
Stayed here for a few nights in October, 2016. We stayed in the new wing. The room was clean and the bed was comfortable. Our room had an excellent view over Namchee and the sun warmed up the room during the day. The shared bathroom...More
We stayed here on our way down from the mountains after the April earthquake and were happy to see there was relatively little damage at this lodge. The use of reinforced concrete and frame construction gives a sense of security! The food was above average...More
We stayed here twice, both coming and going from a hike/climb in the Kumbu valley region of Nepal. We enjoyed the place more than any of the other guest houses/tea houses on our travel to the region. It's run by a very nice family and...More
Can you tell me what the rates were at Zamling?
Also if you remember some sample rates hire up.
I am planning a trip and a budjet.
9 November 2014|
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I think they asked for the room the equivalent of maybe $3. This was a room without shower, and theoretically they asked something like $4 for the hot shower, but they threw that in for free. I should add that it was real... More
I think they asked for the room the equivalent of maybe $3. This was a room without shower, and theoretically they asked something like $4 for the hot shower, but they threw that in for free. I should add that it was real hot shower, lots of water, constant good temperature.... really nice to get the 3 weeks of crust off. I believe after all the food and drinks my bill for the day added up to maybe $15.
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"The en suite rooms have solar hot water which can be a problem but they also have power - worth it for..."