Considered one of Nepal's finest hotels, this is an architecturally impressive retreat in enchanting Kathmandu
Dwarika’s Hotel showcases a stunning façade of intricately-carved wood and terracotta, with every piece handmade by some of the country’s finest craftsmen. The heritage exterior is complemented perfectly by a luxurious interior, making it a wonderful base from which to explore enchanting Kathmandu. If you’re looking for an oasis of calm, then look no further than this beautiful hotel and its fantastic facilities that include three sumptuous restaurants, a serene spa, and a stunning pool reminiscent of a 12th-Century Malla Dynasty bath.
All of the rooms and suites at the hotel have been meticulously designed to combine traditional style with contemporary living. Heritage Deluxe Rooms have a refreshingly earthy appeal, using linen that has been organically produced, and furniture handmade at the hotel's own workshop, while the Heritage Junior Suites embrace local materials like pottery and brass, and showcase lots of genuine Nepali artefacts and antiques throughout the rooms. Taking inspiration from the 14th-Century Malla Dynasty homes, the ultra-luxe Royal Suite is an architecturally impressive suite set over three floors – luxurious additions include an intricate bathroom and entrance foyer, and an open-air breakfast terrace that overlooks a majestic view of the distant white Himalayan peaks.
Close to the stunning Pashupatinath temple and within easy reach of Kathmandu’s city centre
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83 elegant rooms and suites
3 restaurants, bar
*Denotes local charge