Luxury Hotel Accommodation in Nepal

Luxury Hotel Accommodations in Nepal

Luxury hotels in Nepal are mainly confined to the larger cities like Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan. On the other hand smaller villages and destinations offer cozy and comfortable lodges. Whether you take the high and rigorous paths to Everest or the more gentle tracks around this Himalayan Kingdom, it is essential to have a comfortable place to rest. Nepal’s hotels are spread around spectacular locations and most benefit from arresting mountain vistas. Many reflect local character using materials such as terracotta, red brick and thatched roofs.

High grade accommodation includes luxury jungle lodges, converted traditional mansions and wonderful rural retreats. All offers organic food and spa treatments. We also offer deluxe lodges in the Annapurna and Everest regions. You’ll get the best rates on an organized trek (as opposed to turning up on your own). There is a good selection of luxury lodges in the lower reaches of the Everest region, allowing you to make a week-long trek to Namche Bazaar and around. Priority is given to guests on our company’s treks but independent trekkers can also make bookings. Kathmandu has comfortable hotels and delicious meals to spare whereas lakeside Pokhara also offers luxurious places to sleep.

All accommodation has been hand-selected carefully by Asian Journey (P) Ltd. to ensure that all accommodations are well-located and includes the high degree of hospitality. For a comfortable and memorable stay in Nepal, Asian Journey Pvt. Ltd. can make hotel reservations in any category of hotel ranging between budget and five stars in Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan, Nagarkot, Dhulikhel, Lumbini, Bandipur at very competitive prices. Browse our portfolio of hand-picked hotels, lodges and resorts in Nepal, listed below in order of the popular location:


    Situated in the heart of the city, this hotel is finely located for all the local sightseeing within Kathmandu and the valley. The hotel can be reached within a short ten minute ride from the popular city of Thamel and Durbaar Marg. It has 163 well appointed modern rooms. Each room includes superior and club rooms as well as deluxe suites. The hotel offers facilities such as the Splash Bar and Grill, a wonderful roof top restaurant and swimming pool with views over Swayambunath and the adjacent mountains. Guests can enjoy stunning sunsets along with a range of cocktails and nightly roasts.



Dwarika’s Hotel was created from one man’s dream to preserve the architectural heritage of Nepal. A unique place to stay with plenty of character, Dwarikas is a museum and hotel in one. The award-winning hotel features 87 comfortable rooms and suites, each one of which has its own character. The 74 spacious bedrooms are decorated with custom-made furniture and located around a serene courtyard at the hotels heart. The in-house restaurant offers some of the best food around.

Often described as a “living museum,” this family-run five-star hotel has become a savior of Newari crafts and architecture, dating back to the ancient Malla dynasty (1201-1769), as the Kathmandu valley tears down old buildings in its hurry to modernize. There are 16th-century windows in many, while there are private courtyards attached to others. Buddhist symbols on hand-printed curtains and bedspreads are used with traditional fabrics and accessories. The hotel is located within walking distance of the scared Pashupatinath Temple and is about 20 minutes’ drive from the city centre.



The 5-star Hotel Yak & Yeti is located in Durbar Marg at a 10-minute walking distance from Thamel and a 15-minute drive from the city centre and Tribhuvan International Airport. All the rooms are equipped with central air conditioning, and attached bathrooms, satellite television, tea & coffee making facilities and a mini bar. It is decorated in beautiful color palettes. Some rooms have a personal safe and bathrobes. The hotel is surrounded by historic fountains and beautiful gardens. It has a casino, an outdoor pool, and well-equipped business centre, meeting rooms, tour desk and dual tennis courts.


Parking is free. The hotel provides a Laundry and dry cleaning service is available. The casual Sunrise Café overlooks the garden and pools. Drinks can be enjoyed at The Chimney & Pub. It also serves Halal meat.




The Hyatt Regency is located in Kathmandu at a 10km distance from city centre, on the road to Boudhanath Stupa, the most holy of Tibetan Buddhist shrines outside Tibet. The hotel is considered the best in Kathmandu in terms of accommodation and facilities. It has 284 rooms and 6 suites. The Hotel is set in 37 acres of gardens



Soaltee Crown Plaza is situated in the periphery of Tahachal. The hotel has 283 rooms. The rooms are equipped with elegant air-conditions, cable TVs and minibar. The Soaltee boasts five world-class restaurants offering continental, French, Oriental, Italian & Indian style meals. The hotel offers a wide selection of facilities including a swimming pool, health club, eight-lane bowling alley and Nepal’s oldest and largest casino.



The Shangri-La Village Resort is set in the heart of Pokhara, underneath the magnificent Annapurna mountain range. The hotel has been motivated by the style of rural Nepalese village life, with all 65 rooms offering mountain views. Dining choices range from Oriental to Indian, as well as a selection of Continental food. Other facilities include a swimming pool, yoga and fitness centers.



Set on the edge of the famous Phewa Lake, guests can gaze across the dense green forest and the famous Fishtail Mountain, a really stunning view. The views make up for the slightly run down quality of the local style cottage bedrooms. Other facilities include a small but pleasant swimming pool and a spacious restaurant and bar surrounding a traditional Nepalese fire place. All profits generated by Fish Tail Lodge are donated to the Princess Jayanti Memorial Trust which provides free cardiac care to underprivileged Nepalese people.



Perched on the edge of the Rapti River and the Chitwan National Park, the Taj Meghauli offers luxury accommodation with a backdrop of spectacular landscapes and regular wildlife sightings including rhinos and crocodiles. The rooms are equipped with air conditioning, attached bathrooms and Cable TVs. There is a choice of activities, from elephant back safaris to Sunset River canoeing. The hotel offers a wide selection of facilities including a swimming pool, health club, restaurant, Wi-Fi, games room, fitness centre, bar / lounge, library, gift shop.




Kasara Jungle Resort is the most deluxe camp in Nepal’s beautiful Chitwan National Park. Kasara is located close to the National Park which ensures a close interaction with nature and the community forests of Chitwan. It provides an extremely comfortable base from which to experience the jungle on guided tours with the resort’s expert naturalist, be it on elephant-back safaris, jeep safaris, jungle treks and canoes.

The design and interior decoration of the resort is simple and contemporary with good quality natural materials. It has 35 rooms and villas, plus two VIP villas. Each has a plunge infinity pool. There is also a large main swimming pool with elevated views looking out over the jungle.  Each room comes with a private water garden courtyard, air conditioning, day bed, private garden and indoor-outdoor bathroom. Facilities include a spa, a bar and a restaurant serving tasty and healthy food.



Club Himalaya Nagarkot Resort is the only hotel featured in Times magazine as a hot spot. It is just 32 kilometers from Kathmandu.  This majestic hotel offers an uninterrupted picturesque view of the Himalayas on a clear day. Club Himalaya Resort’s interiors are comforting and welcoming with the amalgamation of the graceful wood furniture, the inimitably decorated ceiling in the lobby and the simple, relaxing and stylish décor in the rooms


Most hotels described here to offer all sort of luxurious facilities such as

  1. Rooms with attached bath,
  2. Hot and cold water,
  3. Telephones,
  4. Restaurants and bars,
  5. Air-conditioning (cooling in the summer and heating in the winter),
  6. Laundry and dry cleaning services,
  7. Luggage storages
  8. Safe deposit boxes and all communication services.


At all the hotels, regardless of size or star rating, the tax structure is the same. There is a 10% Service Tax and further 13% for VAT. Since there are plenty of restaurants in Kathmandu and Bokhara, it is not necessary to book into hotels with full board. Bed and breakfast should suffice in such cases. Please let us know your preferred meal plan while making a booking with us.
If you would like to include the above luxury hotels in your Tour in Nepal then contact us or send your inquiry.

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