At Tibet Guest House, we too have been preserving an age-old tradition. The tradition of extending warmth and hospitality to our guests. Located where Thamel and Chhetrapati meet - two of the most popular addresses for travelers and trekkers - Tibet Guest House is naturally the ideal place to stay during your visit to Nepal. We have been here even before tourism set foot on Thamel.
For an operation of our size, you will be quite surprised to discover that we have practically all the facilities and comforts to meet the expectations of even the most discerning.
One of our major strengths, ever since we started over 15 years ago, lies in our ability to constantly innovate and adapt in keeping with the changing needs of the modern-day traveler.
With the recent addition of a new wing, we now have 55 rooms-all equally clean and comfortable. All the bathrooms have brand new fittings. The lounge area has also been widened so that it is now more spacious.
Services & Facilities
The in-house restaurant, which serves delectable Nepalese, Tibetan, Indian, Chinese and continental cuisine, has been extended and refurbished and a bar installed. To make access into the restaurant easier, a new entrance has been opened up from the road in addition to the existing one that leads from the lounge. This entrance is guarded by two imposing pillars carrying typical Tibetan designs and motifs and lends a pleasant flavour to the building.
Our roof-top garden has been meticulously redesigned for your comfort and pleasure. From here you can enjoy unobstructed views of a major part of Katmandu City, the surrounding hills as well as the majestic mountains to the north while you wine and dine in splendour. The back garden has also been extended and a shade added overhead to make it more attractive and comfortable. This is the place to unwind after a hectic day of sightseeing of shopping as well as a great venue for parties and receptions. There is ample car-parking space too.
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