When visiting Nepal, it’s inevitable to start off in Kathmandu, and use Thamel as the base. However, travelers looking for a better alternative and a less congested area can look for accommodations in the Boudha area such as Hotel Tibet International.
TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Winner 2015
The Front Office Manager, Santosh, was very accommodating, and assured us that he’s just a dial away should we need anything.
I was really impressed with the room! There was so much space to move around, and it had all we could ever need for a relaxing stay.
The room has a living area with flat screen TV with cable channels; dining area with coffee and tea making facility; a huge cabinet with electronic safe, robes, slippers, and enough hangers; and a spacious bathroom with bathtub, hot shower, toiletries, and even a hair dryer.
I also love the fact that there’s universal electrical sockets on both sides of the beds so my friend and I were able to charge our devices at the same time. Power outage is also not a problem.
The buffet breakfast was delightful. It offers a modest selection of South Asian, Chinese, and Western cuisines.
photo from Hotel Tibet International
‘First’ breakfast plate
In our short stay, I couldn’t really find anything to complain about.