Hill Stations – Nepal


For those seeking the ultimate panoramic Himalayan view, Daman is the place to visit. Located approx 80 km southwest of the Kathmandu valley, Daman (2,322 m) offers the only unimpeded view of the entire Himalayan range – roughly 400 km of Himalayan panorama. Daman is located on the Tribhuvan Highway between Kathmandu and the town of Hetauda. A walk around the surrounding area or a lounging on the one of the resort here is just a different experience in itself. Rock climbing, cycling, hiking are few of the many activities possible here. There are couple of accommodation option for a comfortable stay.

The only way to get around is by foot. There are lots of trails leading towards the villages around that offers an opportunity to conncet with the local life. Similarly one of the resort here has bicycle on hire which can take one on a very interesting downhill ride to Palung Village.

One of the hotels has a lookout tower with great views on clear mornings of the Himalayas, with one of the widest panaramas of any viewpoint.
A Tibetan monastery and temple is about a 30 minute walk through lovely mountain scenery. Get directions from one of the restaurants or guesthouses.
The activities available here are hiking, cycling, rock climbing, fishing trip to Kulekhani, pony ride etc.
Hotel Accommodation

Everest Panorama – Daman

Star rating : *** 3 star
Rooms : 30
Address : P. O. Box 3161, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Telephone : 4428500
Facsimile : 4434491
Email : Everestpanorama@bestviews.wlink.com.np
Website : http://www.everestpanoramaresort.com/

Hotel Description
Everest Panorama Hotel in Simbhanjyang, Daman is best 3 Star category hotels in Nepal. This hotel provides magnificent boarding, excellent dining and lots of other facilities which are generally available in a multi-starrer accommodation.

Location of Everest Panorama Hotel in Kathmandu
This resort is merely 80 km from Kathmandu as well as 3 hrs away from the city centre.

Room Facilities : The rooms of this hotel are not only luxurious and comfortable, but also equipped with amenities of high standard :

Satellite TV , In House Movies , Telephone , Mini bar ,Tea & Coffee Making , Hairdryer , Room Safe , Room Service

Hotel Amenities and Services : Dining at in-house restaurants provide some of the special local dishes along with the international cuisine. The bars serve boarders wines of their favorite brands.

Business and Conference
The corporate facilities of this hotel, for which the business tourists flock here, are-
– Banquet & Conference Facilities – Business Centre

Fitness and Recreation
Want to soothe your tired nerves? Avail of the fitness and recreational facilities like-
– Tennis Court – Swimming Pool – Fitness Centre



Bandipur is a hilltop settlement in Tanahu District, (Gandaki Zone) of Nepal. Because of its preserved, old time cultural atmosphere, Bandipur has increasingly been coming to the attention of tourism. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 9952 people residing in 1929 individual households. Bandipur is located at 27.56 N, 84.25 E and an elevation of 1030m on a mountain saddle (Mahabharata range) approximately 700m above the Marsyangdi River Valley, 143 km to the west of Kathmandu and 80 km to the east of Pokhara.

Since 1998 it is connected by a 8km access road from Dumre (Kathmandu-Pokhara highway). Until then there was only an unreliable road, in monsoon usually not accessible or only by tractors. The mountain saddle, just 200m long, is barely wide enough to accommodate the main street lined by 2 –3 storey buildings on either side. At the backsides of these houses the mountainsides steeply descend and the gardens are only accessible by stairs.

Bandipur was established as a funneling point of trade by Newar traders from Bhaktapur in the Kathmandu valley after it had been conquered in 1768 by Prithvi Narayan Shah. They took advantage of its malaria free location to develop it into an important stop along the India-Tibet trade route. With them they brought their cultural heritage and architecture which basically has remained unchanged to this day.

Originally a simple Magar village in the early 19th. Century Bandipur developed into prosperous trading centre and a community with town-like features: substantial buildings, with their neoclassical façades and shuttered windows and streets paved with slabs of silverish slate. Bandipur had its heyday in the Rana times (1846-1951), when, as a measure of its power and prestige, it was granted special permission to have its own library (still existing).

Other attractions include the Bindyabashini temple and the library in the village centre, Thani Mai, Tindhara(“Three Taps” washing place at the southeastern outskirts), Raniban (Queen’s Forest), the downhill trek to the Siddha Cave and a hike to Ramkot village. On Mukundeswari, the elevation at the western end of the saddle is a little shrine and one has a view of Bandipur itself.

Some villagers have picked up growing oranges, which do quite well in the climate of that area. An hour’s walk to the west of Bandipur is a silk farm.

Hotel Accommodation
1) Bandipur Mountain Resort, Bandipur, Tanahu District, Nepal.
Rooms / Facilities Location
– 12 standard rooms
– Restaurant
– En suite bathroom
– Color TV
– Telephone.
Contact Address
Kathmandu Office:
Durbar Marg, GPO Box 2154
Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: 220162, 229116 Fax : 977-1-225615
Email: island@mos.com.np
URL: www.islandjungleresort.com.np/bandipur
2) Gaunghar Pvt. Ltd. Bandipur Bazar, Tanahu District
Gaunghar (which means village house), situated in the town of Bandipur, is an old newari traditional house that has been renovated into a tourist accomodation. The heritage hotel has preserved the traditional architecture and ambience of the place. The restoration has taken every consideration to bring the house back to its orginal flair.
Gaunghar has 15 beautifully restored rooms with attached bathrooms and serene view of the mountains and the town.
Our kitchen employs well trained local chefs and staffs that have an art of preparing western cuisine as well as have a natural hand in traditional culinary skills. The kitchen also goes through an effort each day in providing you with organic food. Also, the hotel hepls the community by purchasing local fruits and vegetables.
The hotel has a well-restored cafe and a restaurant overlooking the town of Bandipur and another equally serene setting in its backyard facing the mountains.
– 15 twin bedded rooms
– Attached bath
– Restaurant & Bar
Contact Address
[t] +-977-65-520129
Reservation Office :
P.O.Box : 536
Kamaladi, Kathmandu, Nepal
[t] +977-1-4226130
email : gaunghar@mail.com.np


GORKHA – Historical Town

Gorkha is a scenic hill- town with great historical significance.
25 kilometer road off the main highway connecting Pokhara and Kathmandu brings you to an ancient Gorkha – the untouched and captivating town of Nepal! Some 300 years ago, Nepal was divided into 50 tiny states, and Gorkha was one of them. King Prithivi Narayan Shah, the founder of `Shah Dynasty’ which runs Nepal today, unified Nepal into one kingdom. His Gorkha palace resides on top of a hill at an altitude of 3281 feet (about 1000 meter) The King would watch-over his people as far as his eyes could see from the tallest palace in the very center of Nepal! Gorkha is also the home of Gurkhas – the legendary brave warriors who fought with knives against guns.

King Prithvi Narayan Shah, who unified the kingdom of Nepal during eighteenth century, was born in the township of Gorkha. Situated on a small hillock at an attitude of about 1000 m, Gorkha offers panoramic view of snow-fed mountain.

Then the small kingdom of Gorkha, founded by king Drabya Shah in 1560 A. D. became famous during the dynasty of Ram Shah (1604-1641 A.D.), who earned the reputation of being just to his people. There was a famous proverb in those days which said that one should go to Gorkha if he were looking for justice.

In the middle of eighteenth century there were hundreds of small kingdoms and principalities in what is today’s Nepal. The great Prithvi Narayan Shah took the mammoth task of unifying Nepal in the eighteenth century. The Gorkha soldiers under his dynamic leadership eventually succeeded in conquering the Kathmandu valley. The capital of greater Nepal was shifted to Kathmandu since then. But this beautiful township has always remained as the center of attraction for many Nepalese as well as foreign visitors.

Gorkha Durbar :
This historical palace is situated on the top of the fortified hill above the township, about one hour’s walk uphill from the bus station. On the west side of palace is the temple of Goddess Gorakhkali. There is also a famous cave sheltering the statue of Gorakhnath Baba (sage). It is believed that the name of Gorkha was derived from the name of this sage, whose blessings inspired King Prithvi Narayan Shah for the unification of Nepal. From the top of the hill above Gorkha palace and from a saddle east of the bazaar, the view of Manaslu and Himalchuli is spectacular.

Gorkha Bazaar :
It is primarily a cobbled street market place where by people from neighboring hill dwellings come to trade. There are a few temples near about, but not much. Yet, it is worth a visit as it provides a very good vista of the quiet charm that soaks a typical hill village of Nepal.

Gorakhnath Cave :
Ten meters below the palace’s southern side, is the sacred cave temple of Gorkhanath. The cave is is carved out of the solid rock and is among the most important religious sites for mainstream Brahmins and Chhetris of Nepal. Gorkha is also an alternate starting point for a few trekking routes in the region. Gorkha-Trisuli is an easy three day walk along unspoiled Nepali country side. One can also walk a long day’s walk to Besishahar, which is the usual starting point for Annapurna and Manang area treks. One can also walk through Besishahar area to Pokhara in a four days.

Upallokot :
It is situated at a 20 minutes walking distance from Gorkha palace.There is a viewing platform at an altitude of 1520 meters in Upallokot from where the spectacular view of Gorkha palace and the sliver shining snow-fed peaks can be enjoyed.

Manakamana :
On a beautiful ridge south-east of the township of Gorkha lies the holy temple of Manakamana, the holy goddess of aspirations. It is a famous pilgrimage site for Hindus. Manakamana is 4 hour’s walk uphill from Anbu Khaireni on Kathmandu-Pokhara Highway.

The new democratic constitution of the kingdom was promulgated on November 9, 1990. Nepal is one of the founder members of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation SAARC of which the third summit was held in Kathmandu in November 1987.

Hotel Accommodation
1) Gorkha Hill Resort
Gorkha Hill Resort, Keyman is situated 132 Km west from Kathmandu. All 24 rooms come with attached bathroom, hot and cold water, wall to wall carpet. Restaurant serving Nepali, Indian, Chinese and Continental cuisine. Gorkha is the Palace where the late King Prithi Narayan Shah was borned and unified the whole Nepal. It is famous for the Palace called ‘Gorkha Palace’, mountains, one can see the beauty of Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, Himalchuli, Peak 29 etc. Gorkha is an interesting town midway between Kathmandu and Pokhara. The surrounding area is fantastic. Gorkha is 25km north of the road between Pokhara and Kathmandu. There are some interesting walks in the area. Not many tourists visit here.

– 24 twin bedded rooms
– Attached bath
– Restaurant & Bar
– hot and cold water
Add : Laxmi Bazar
Gorkha District.
Ktm Office : Keyman Private Limited

Kamaladi, GPO Box: 3011,

Kathmandu, Nepal

Tel: 4239683Fax: 4239681

E-mail: keyman@wlink.com.np


2) Hotel Gorkha Bisauni
– 19 standard rooms
– 14 attach bathroom
– Restaurant

– Color TV

– Telephone.

Address : Gorkha Bazar Gorkha, Nepal

Tel: 064-420419, 420-107

Email: gh_bisauni@hotmail.com

URL: Not available



Tansen is a small ancient hill town situated 4300 meters above sea level. It is located on the way from Pokhara to Lumbini. Major attractions here are the ancient culture, excellent mountain views, serene atmosphere and friendly people. The weather here makes it a pleasant place to visit in any season. On clear days Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Manaslu, Gauri Shankar and other peaks can be seen.Dhaka – the most popular hand woven cloth of Nepal comes from this region. The Nepali topi (national cap) is made of Dhaka and You can see the weavers at work on their looms or see a bazaar of Dhakas in Tanseen.
It is believed that the migrant from Kathmandu valley, specially the Newars played an important role in enriching the architecture and culture of Tansen, and this can be seen today in Tansen.
About the word Palpa : Palpa is a district of Nepal. It is one of the district of the Lumbini Zone. Tansen is the head quarter of Palpa district and hence, many people commonly refer Tansen as Palpa. Butwal, Bhairahawa and Lumbini are other three important cities that are part of the Lumbini Zone.

Places to visit in Tansen:

Tansen Bazaar
See here Rana buildings, Newari houses, carved windows and pagoda style temples, also meet folks at shopping in one of the highest and busiest bazaars in Nepal!

Palpa Ranighat
Palpa Ranighat: Visit the ancient building (palace) set on a massive rock bed at the bank of the Kali Gandaki river for viewing palace garden, stone walls, and a small shrine. This palace was built in 1892 by Governor Khadka Shamser in memory of his wife Tej Kumari, and is often called the Taj Mahal of Nepal.

Tansen Durbar / Palace
In the center of the town lies a 64 room Palace, a representation of arts and crafts of the ancient Palpa. On the saddest morning of 31st of January 2006, Nepal’s Maoist Rebels launched attacks in Tansen with no apparent reasons. They fought with local authorities and bombarded many ancient buildings including the Palace which had housed government offices. Many historical buildings including the Tansen palace was destroyed. Tansen Palace has a good reputation and popularity. In fact, it’s importance falls right after the Singha Durbar of Kathmandu (The place where, Nepal’s most top ministers stay and work inside this secure compound, and also where the Nepal’s Parliament office is located) The Tansen Palace is the heart of Palpa, attracting International as well as Domestic tourists to this beautiful hill. Many buildings which were destroyed by the Maoists are in the process of Historic re-construction, and without a doubt, Nepali Maoists will live forever with sorrows in their hearts for attempting to destroy a part of the beauty and history of Nepal.

Mountains to view from Tansen
Following snow capped mountains can be seen from Tansen and from surrounding areas.
How to get to Tansen ?
Tasen is 25 miles (40 kilimeters) from Butwal and 78 miles (125 kilometers) from Pokhara. By Bus, It takes 1 hour from Butwal and 5 to 6 hours from Pokhara. Regular public buses are available from Butwal and Pokhara. From Kathmandu, you can get to Pokhara, stay there for a few days, then head to Tansen, or you can take the route Kathmandu – Chitwan – Butwal – Tansen. The total road distance from Kathmandu to Tansen is about 187 miles (about 300 kilometers), and a journey of 11 hours. Bus fares are inexpensive.
You can also fly in a helicopter from Kathmandu to Tansen. Fares are expensive. Contact your travel agent for assistance.

Tanahu is a beautiful hill town, which is located only about 20 miles (32 kilometers) southeast of Tansen, liked by a road. It is a favroute nearby destination of Tansen town. Tanahu offers beautiful natural forests, farm lands and views of the mountains and valleys. One can enjoy here, the Rambha forest, Rimbha lekh and Kaaude and Hatti pond (Lekh or Tal in Nepali)

An easy trekking of 6 miles from Tansen, brings you to a beautiful spot, the Bhairabsthan temple. From here you can view Himalayas including Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Machhapuchhare and witness cultural attractions. The temple has a large Trishul (Trident), and it receives a large number of visitors on every Saturday and Tuesday. People sacrifice animals and offer grains, and fruits to please the Hindu God Bhairab, whose figure is believed to be kept hidden under the floor of the temple and the figure is identically to the Kal Bhairab status of Kathmandu, located at Durbar Square. Kal Bhairab is the Nepalese God of Destruction. Temples dedicated to him are located in many parts of Nepal.

Hotel Accommodation

1) Hotel Srinagar
23 standard rooms
Also has dining facilities, and
a conference hall with capacity for 100 people
Location Address: Kailashnagar, Tansen
Phone : 977-75-20045 20595Fax : 977-75-20590
E-mail : smailto:srinagar@mos.com.np

2) Siddhartha Gautam Hotel
10 rooms
Bishalbazar, Tansen
Phone: 977-75-520280

3) Bajra Hotel
14 rooms
Campus Road, Tansen
Phone: 977-75-520443



Balthali Village starts in a small village which is a small sleepy settlement which rests at the junction of Roshi and Ladku Khola River. Balthali Village stands on a plateau which is just beyond Khopasi, 40km away from Kathmandu. The area surrounding the Balthali Retreat is thickly forested with luxuriant floras, colorful rhododendron, magnolia and Sal trees cover the hill that undulates and opens out to terrace fields. The trek in the pure village like this has a pleasant feeling and worth for knowing the village culture and also we can promote Village Tourism of Nepal.After dusk a myriad of flickering lights below the valley of Balthali Village comes alive. Nature lovers and bird watchers can spend days exploring and discovering some exceptional species of wildlife, tradition and culture untouched by modernity. This ‘off the beaten location’ has endless trials leading to some ethnic tribes thus, offering excellent short hikes and mountain biking on the easy trials. Many of the sacred and ancient temples and monasteries such as Namo Buddha, Indreshwar mahadev, Brahmayani Temples are located in this region and still needs to be discovered and unviel its mysterious past.There are a number of excellent short and long hikes from a day to 5 days within Balthali Village Resort and its surrounding gives you ample opportunity and time to explore this quaint natural heaven.

Balthali village is 40km East from kathmandu near by Panauti.
It Takes around 1.5 hrs to reach khopasi by taxi and then 1hrs walk to Balthali Village Resort
By 4 wheel Jeep you reach Balthali Village in 1 and half hrs from Kathmandu. From the village it is a short walk (10mins)to the Resort.



Star rating : Village resort
Rooms : 23 standard
Address G.P.O : 8973 N.P.C 201 Kathmandu, Nepal
Telephone : 977-1-4108210, 4108095
Facsimile : 977-1-4108095
Email : balthali@enet.com.np
Website : http://www.balthalivillageresort.com/


Hotel Description
Standing on a plateau, just beyond Panauti about 40 km away from Kathmandu , is a small sleepy settlement of Balthali village which rests at the junction of Roshi and Ladku Khola rivers. High above the southern ridge of this exceptional hamlet stands Balthali Village Resort (1650 m) – an outstanding place of isolation and relaxation amidst a surrounding of typical Nepali countryside with terraced rice fields and ochre thatched farm houses. With snowy peaks of Dorje Lhakpa. Langtang and whole range of mountains rests clear and bright on the northern horizon. Whilst the back yard is dominated by high hill of lush green Mahabharat Range which makes Balthali village Retreat – a perfect for solitude and then to relax midst a countryside where times stands still , upper-turbid , almost like the middle ages . This is a place to rediscover what nature does to your soul………………..

The area surrounding the Balthali Retreat is thickly forested with luxuriant growth of various floras. Colorful rhododendron, magnolia and Sal trees cover the hills that undulate and open out to terrace fields. After dusk a myriad of flickering of lights below the valley of Balthali Village comes alive. Nature lovers and birds watcher can spend days exploring and discovering some exceptional species of wildlife, tradition and culture.
Room Facilities
The rooms of this hotel are not only luxurious and comfortable, but also equipped with amenities of high standard :

Hotel Amenities and Services
Dining at in-house restaurants provide some of the special local dishes along with the international cuisine. The bars serve boarders wines of their favorite brands.

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Lakuri Bhanjyang, its a place of paradise located 13 kilometer up from the Gwarkho (lalitpur). It is one of the most scenic sport in lalitpur district and is renowned for its spectacular sunrise view and the himalaya ranges when the weather is clear, the view of sunrise can be seen very closed to the eyes. The visitors often travel lakuri to spend the night so that they can be there for the breath taking sunrise. The views of cities i. e. Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur can be seen by sitting at Lakuri. So that Lakuri also offers a panoramic viewsof valley, Himalayan range. At the same time, mainly Lakuri is popular for the place to view snow covered mountain, short treks, picnic Spot etc. The environment i.e. fresh air, cool water, forest ,views and the cooperative local people which makes the visitor to stay whole life at the Lakuri. Visitors who visit the Lakuri they define as heaven.

1) Adventure Tented Camp and Country Kitchen
Star rating : Village resort
Tented camp : 10 nos
Address : P.O.Box 3022 – Thamel,Kathmandu – Nepal
Telephone 977-1-4424249, 4432867
Facsimile 977-1-4411878
Email angtshering@asian-trekking.com
Website http://astrek.com/asiantrekkingHotel Description
For those longing for some really refreshing environment after a week’s or month’s hectic professional schedule in the crowded Kathmandu, a new destination is being developed.
Within a drive of just 18 Kms from the Tribhuvan International Airport, one can reach Country Kitchen, a tented camp resort at Pokhari Thumko near Lankhuri Bhanjyang, the pass that provides way out from Lalitpur district to Kavre situated at an altitude of 2000 meters. And the views offered from Pokhari Thumko are just fantastic: all the mountain peaks from Annapurna on the west to Everest on the east, and four of the five cities of Kathmandu valley (Bhaktapur, Kathmandu, Madhaypur Thimi and Lalitpur though Kirtipur is not that clear from here).
The tented camp with thatched roofs provides accommodation of the finest quality and comfort. The cozy mountain safari tents are perfectly designed to accommodate two beds with ample space for relaxation and rest.

Tented camp Facilities
A separate common bathroom with hot and cold showers are shared by occupants of every two tents.
All tents face the northern Himalayan Range of mountains and the greater Kathmandu. They also provide safe camping space and trekking tentsCamp Amenities and Services
Dining at in-house restaurants provide some of the special local dishes along with the international cuisine. The bars serve boarders wines of their favorite brands.

Map of Adventure Tented Camp
2) SUMMIT VILLAGE – Lakuri Bhanjyang

The lush temperate and tranquil beauty of south east Kathmandu Valley is home to Summit Village Lodge, that lies perched at Risal Danda just below Lakhuri Bhanjyang.The lodge is centered around a traditional Nepali house and overlooking a spectacular vista of the snowcapped mountains present some breathtaking views. Walks to nearby villages across lush verdant hills and experience the local culture at its best.
No. of rooms : 7
Power : electricity/solar
Bath : attached bath with hot/cold shower
Helipad : No
Facilities : restaurant, bar, laundry, wood sauna
Height : 1860 meters



Star rating resort
Rooms 33
Address P.O Box 1273
Kathmandu – Nepal
Telephone 00977 1 4371537, 4371397, 4371246
Facsimile 00977 1 4371561
Email info@nepalluxurytreks.com
Website : http://www.nepalluxurytreks.com/

Hotel Description
Hattiban Resort is the only one of its kind. It commands the most awesome view of the gloriously majestic Himalayas and the fabled city of Kathmandu. From dawn to dusk, the horizon is simply breathtaking, adorned with some of the world’s highest peaks stretching for miles from east to west with Ganesh Himal to Sagarmatha (Mt Everest). When evening sets in, the glittering city lights below, will make you understand why Kathmandu is also known as “the city of luster”. Haatiban Resort situated some 400m above the historic valley of Kathmandu with pine and fir trees amidst nature located just a 15 kms drive away from Kathmandu city.

Once attuned to the pace set at Haatiban, can take enjoyable pony rides, mountain biking, nature walks and treks to Champa Devi Hill (2054 metre) or Khokana and the Bungamati region, for the real taste of the Himalayan sights and sound. A trip to the famous shrine of Goddess Kali at Dhakshinkali is an eye-opener to the religious practices of the locals. Haatiban Resort is conceived to set a pace where the mind and body will be at harmony.

Guests staying in Haatiban Resort has a choice of comfortable cottages with commanding views of the Himalayan ranges and the standard/deluxe rooms fully furnished with a decor of ethnic beauty overlooking the Himalayas.

Room Facilities
9 comfortable cottages with commanding views of the Himalayan ranges with 27 Standard and 6 Deluxe rooms, fully furnished with a decor of ethnic beauty.A specious Lobby with large French windows adjoined by the Restaurant serving excellent cuisine and a variety of drinks.

Other facilities:
Indoor games, Home theatre movies, Pony rides, Mountain biking, Nature walks

Camp Amenities and Services
Dining at in-house restaurants provide some of the special local dishes along with the international cuisine. The bars serve boarders wines of their favorite brands.


Jomsom Mountain Resort

Star rating : 5 star
Rooms : 62
Address : PO Box: 3488, Kathmandu, Nepal
Telephone : 977-1-2004262
Facsimile : 977-1-4422252,
Email : arvinjmr@yahoo.com
Website http://www.jmr.com.np/

Hotel Description
Jomsom Mountain Resort is a 62-room Resort with 5-star facilities and located on a superb plateau at Jomsom. The hotel’s architecture is based on a Thakali village concept and will blend in naturally with the local surroundings. About 500 feet below the hotel is the Kaligandaki river which flows downstream to form the deepest gorge in the world. The most breathtaking sight of all is in front of the hotel. The majestic Nilgiri Mountain is visible from every room in the hotel. This ethnic resort is the only one in Nepal that meets international environment standard. Minute care is taken to maintain the eco-system of the surrounding area. All the suites and rooms showcase Tibetan Arts and Crafts, furnishings and fabrics.

• Heated indoor swimming pool
• Centrally heated public areas and bedrooms
• Luxury restaurants serving international as well as local cuisine
• Sauna & Jacuzzi
• Fully equipped gymnasium
• Multi-purpose Hall for parties and conferences (250 guests)
• Yoga & Meditation Center
• In-house Laundry Service
• TV with major international channels in all rooms
• Mini-bar in every room
• Fully equipped health spa
• Indoor games

Deluxe room Hotel Front Road to hotel
Dining at in-house restaurants provide some of the special local dishes along with the international cuisine. The bars serve boarders wines of their favorite brands.