Nepal resorts are scattered throughout this interesting country. Whether you're planning to go trekking in the Himalayas or spending a week in the city, there will be a resort close to where you plan to explore. The resorts in Nepal offer all of the amenities modern travelers enjoy as well as signature Nepali hospitality and amazing views.
Deciding when to go is an important part of any travel plans. If you choose to go in the spring or the fall, you should make reservations at Nepal resorts well in advance. During this time of the year, the conditions are the most pleasant, you don't have to worry about the rains of July and August or the snow that settles in January and February. During the spring and fall, the Nepal weather is perfect if you want to spend time outdoors. Frequently, the resorts fill up quickly in anticipation of the pleasant weather.
Many of the resorts in Nepal are found in and around Kathmandu, the country's capital city. Over the last several years, the choices for accommodations have grown to include everything from hostels and small inns to grand resorts. After you've spent a day soaking in the sites, visiting temples, exploring museums, and admiring the culture of one of the world's great cities, you'll need a place to relax for the night. You have many choices for Kathmandu resorts when you want a place where style and comfort go together.
One of the finer Kathmandu resorts, the Mirabel Resort Hotel provides a luxurious setting for an overnight stay. Nestled on four scenic acres, the Mirabel features cozy rooms and lush gardens to go with the views overlooking the mountains. Guest amenities include airport shuttles, yoga classes, currency exchange, and planning for tours. The restaurant serves Nepali and continental cuisine. When the weather's nice, the outdoor beer garden is an excellent place to dine and watch the sunset.
Right in the center of town, Marcopolo Business Hotel (pictured) is close to many of the tourist hubs, including casinos, movie theaters, and the Royal Place. This option for Kathmandu resorts offers its guests attentive service to go with the deluxe surroundings. Guests will find modern amenities including Internet access, 24-hour room service, and satellite TV. Like the Mirabel, guests can head to the deck to admire the views of the Kathmandu valley and surrounding mountains.
While Kathmandu and other cities are a smart places to look for accommodations, they're not your only choice. Resorts in Nepal are also concentrated among the scenic national parks and natural spaces.
At Royal Chitwan National Park, a land of meandering rivers and lush forests, you'll find an amazing setting for vacations, just four hours from Kathmandu. In and around the park, several resorts and lodges provide park visitors with a place to unwind for the night.
One choice for Nepal resorts at Royal Chitwan, the Rhino Residency Resort offers comfortable surroundings and an array of memorable experiences for its guests. The rooms feature air conditioning, cozy linens, en-suite baths, and verandas overlooking the gardens. Outside of the rooms, the Rhino features fishponds stocked with species native to Chitwan Park and a restaurant serving various types of Asian cuisine. The expert staff leads wildlife adventures and nature walks. Guests also can sign up for birdwatching tours to see any number of the 500-plus species of birds that call the park home.
In Pokhara, in the shadow of the Annapurna and Fishtail mountains, resorts combine world-class accommodations with traditional Nepali architecture. As one of the Nepal spa resorts, the Fulbari Resort & Spa offers so much to its guests. Along with several restaurants, the complex includes a golf course and casino. Guests also relax with the health club and the well-appointed rooms featuring Buddhist and Hindu artwork. A variety of packages are available to suit vacationers of all interests.
At the Fulbari and beyond, no matter where you plan to spend your holidays in Nepal, you'll be treated to amazing views and some memorable experiences.