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Soltee Crown Plaza (Solteemode, Kathmandu)
Soaltee Crowne Plaza Kathmandu is considered a legendary landmark within the Kathmandu cityscape and is also the premier hotel of the Kingdom. It is spread over 11 acres of space and surrounded by manicured gardens and with views of the mountain ranges, the Soaltee Crowne Plaza offers a resort atmosphere for both business and leisure travelers.
Soaltee Crowne Plaza Kathmandu is located in the suburbs of Tahachal just ten minutes away from the city centre and 15 minutes away from the airport. The hotel offers free coach transfers to the hotel on request (subject to availability). There is a complimentary city shuttle to and from the hotel at regular intervals. The hotel also can arrange chauffeur-driven cars or coaches for business or sightseeing as there are no car rental facilities in Nepal. The hotel has five world-class restaurants and a Bar. Bukhara features meals cooked in tandoor, using recipes and methods preserved since the mediaeval ages. Garden Terrace Coffee Shop serves multicuisine breakfast, meals and light snacks. Al Fresco serves authentic Italian meals and is the most popular Italian restaurant in town. China Garden serves oriential delicacies from around South East Asia and Rodi Bar
Kathmandu Guest House,Thamel
A hotel is a deep
ingrained memory - an experience to reminisce, an escapade to cherish, a
secret to smile over. A certain hotel somewhere has always served the
purpose of catering pleasant memories. You recall, you talk, you laugh,
you cry, you ponder - you face a whole range of emotions over that
"particular incident" in that "particular hotel." Your memory is all the
more enriched when something happens in a special hotel. In Kathmandu
Guest House you can be assured that your memory is not a haze but a
highlight that will sparkle throughout your life.
Dwarika's Hotel (Kathmandu)
Dwarika's Hotel is a unique place in South Asia. It is a living example that tourism need not destroy heritage and the environment. On the contrary, it has demonstrated that a proper blending of cultural restoration and tourism leads to the preservation of historical artifacts and contributes to the growth of skills and culture that would otherwise have eroded from the crass commercialism of today. It has shown that heritage can be preserved and be used for further preservation works. In fact, it could be the model to demonstrate what must be done to preserve the look of Kathmandu Valley - a stepping stone towards the larger and more gigantic task of rehabilitating the uniqueness and beauty of Kathmandu currently experiencing severe environmental stress of uncontrolled modernization.
HISTORY OF A MISSION
In 1952, the late Dwarika Das Shrestha was out jogging when he came upon some carpenters sawing off the carved portion of an intricately engraved wooden pillar. It had been part of an old building which had been torn down to make room for a modern structure. Amidst the rubble, lay the bits and pieces of exquisitely carved woodwork several centuries old, ready to be carted off as firewood as the carpenters were merely trying to salvage reusable wood.
As he stood amidst the ruins, Dwarika Das Shrestha experienced all the anguish that a sensitive soul feels when witnessing the destruction of the sublime and the beautiful by wanton and crass commercialism of modern times. He was confronted with the visible signs of destruction of an ancient culture which still lived in him as part of his heritage. Kathmandu's Newari art and traditions have a rich legacy of exquisite wood carvings, distinctive temples, sculpture, bronze works, terra-cotta work and the unique lifestyle of its people itself. Seeing the beautiful carvings destroyed, he could not control himself. Out of sheer impulse, he gave the carpenters the new lumber that they required and took the old ruined carved pillar.
This impulse, born from the inner anguish of his spirit, became progressively a hobby, a passion and a lifetime work. As soon as he heard that an ancient building was going to be torn down to make way for a modern structure, he would rush to the spot and buy as much of the ancient wood carvings as he could before they were sold as firewood or lost in other ways for ever. If he was able to buy only a part of an artistic work because other pieces had been lost or he did not have enough money, he would still do so and try to recover the missing parts later. Often he would discover their historic significance in the process. In one instance, he was able to trace and acquire a missing piece after twenty-five years.
As his collection grew, Dwarika Das Shrestha was faced with the problem of storing these bulky works of art which were scattered all over his garden in makeshift sheds. It was then he decided to construct a building in the old Newari style of Kathmandu using the carved doors and windows he had rescued from destruction. The edifice which was built to give the ancient works of art a new life is now one among several buildings of Dwarika's Village Hotel. These buildings contain some of the best woodworks of olden times restored to life and made to function for a modern age within the traditional architectural setting
Le Meridian Kathmandu (Gokarna Forest Resort)
Le Méridien Kathmandu, Gokarna Forest Golf Resort & Spa is located inside the serene temperate Gokarna Forest, private Royal hunting grounds of the Kings of Nepal. Situated within the city limits of Kathmandu, capital of Royal Kingdom of Nepal, this Hotel Resort, Spa and Golf Course is operated by Le Méridien, a leading global chain of luxury hotels and resorts. A winding road climbs through the
Fishtail Lodge, Pokhara
Situated on a peninsula with the Fewa Lake on one side and a forest-covered hill on the other, the Fish Tail Lodge offers spectacular views all round making it a unique lake resort. Guests are received and transported to the Lodge on its shuttle-floats or boats.
Temple Tiger ( Inside Chitwan National Park)
Temple Tiger is the only Lodge inside the National Park of Chitwan, from where you can witness the natural game of prey and predator, from the hanging platform itself. This viewing deck, constructed above a huge man-made swamp provides a fantastic display of animals visiting the swamp or on the land.
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