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Built upon a rich tradition of Nepali hospitality and incorporating some of the country’s most exquisite architectural traditions, The Dwarika’s Hotel in Kathmandu is an authentic experience of Nepal’s …Moreancient cultural heritage.Originally established as a heritage restoration project, The Dwarika's hotel has become known as Nepal's premier property, and a model for heritage preservation in Nepal and beyond. Less
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Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Business Centre with Internet Access
Awards & Recognition
Travellers' Choice2018 Winner
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All reviews nepalese restaurant an oasis fusion bar day bed living museum beautiful hotel wooden windows junior suite heritage hotel rooms are huge close to the airport beautiful architecture main restaurant inner courtyard nepali culture chaotic kathmandu busy city
Whilst Kathmandu was not exactly what I expected this hotel ticked the 5 star boxes. We stayed at this hotel twice during our visit.
The hotel is essentially a ring of buildings around a square with some building in the middle.
The bedrooms are excellent...More
After a 5 day trek in the Nepal countryside, Dwarika’s is a beautiful oasis within hectic Kathmandu. The grounds are a series of intimate courtyards with lush vegetation and the rooms surround the courtyards like a wall, forming a compound. Once you step inside the...More
One of best stays in over 150 hotels I have stayed in over 60 countries. They have excellent service which world class far superior to European standards.
We stayed for 3 nights in executive suite room 311 which is 1350 sq ft. Everything in the...More
The hotel is a stark contrast to the hectic Kathmandu.You enter a lush quiet little neighborhood, with carved wooden buildings, everywhere with great care for details.
The room was spacious and personally decorated. The bathroom kept lower class but worked ok. We had dinner at...More
Such a calm oasis in the chaos of Kathmandu, a pleasure to enter each time. We stayed twice in our trip and both suites were gorgeous, so beautifully designed and decorated though the open plan bathrooms only make them suitable for couples really, unless there...More
I didn’t buy any local tickets from the hotel’s reception as I had local friends to show me around. But m sure they have that facility.And yes contents inside mini fridge are payable so I stock them with my own... More
I didn’t buy any local tickets from the hotel’s reception as I had local friends to show me around. But m sure they have that facility.And yes contents inside mini fridge are payable so I stock them with my own 😊
Not sure about pool time but I used it straight after breakfast till 5 pm
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What I loved was the proximity to the airport as we did the Everest flight and that’s very early in the am And it took two attempts.
A quick Ian drive and you can explore many wonders. This hotel is an oasis.