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Top tips for finding Kathmandu hotel deals
If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Kathmandu, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Kathmandu in October and September.
Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Kathmandu if you stay on a Thursday. The opposite is true for, Friday, which is usually the most expensive day.
Book at least 10 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Kathmandu accommodation.
The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Kathmandu found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was £9, while the most expensive was £48.
How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Kathmandu for 1 day.
If it’s your first time visiting Kathmandu, you might choose to stay near the old city, Durbar Square, which comprises temples, royal palaces and many monuments. World Heritage Hotel & Apartments - Dwarika Chhen is a popular family-run 3-star hotel a 5-minute walk from Durbar Square. Guests like the hospitality, the traditional style of the building and the large rooms. Bedrooms all have fans, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs.
If you want to be in the hustle and bustle of things, a convenient sightseeing location is the area of Thamel. Fairfield by Marriott is a 3-star hotel with modern rooms with all the facilities you need, including free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and a fitness centre. It’s set in a quiet lane adjacent to the local markets, the Garden of Dreams, and includes amenities like restaurants, bars and supermarkets.
For travellers seeking a luxury resort in Kathmandu, the Hyatt Regency Kathmandu is a prime choice. Set in 37 acres of landscaped gardens, this 5-star resort offers rest and relaxation with a large outdoor swimming pool, a spa, two dining options and a couple of bars. The hotel is set on the route to the holy Tibetan Buddhist shrine of Boudhanath Stupa, merely a 5-minute walk away. There’s an on-site travel desk to assist with trips and tours. It’s 6 km from the city centre and 4 km from Tribhuvan international Airport.
For foodies, the Nepalese restaurant 1 Krishnarpan at The Dwarika’s Hotel serves superb 6 to 22 course meals in the traditional Nepalese style. There’s also an intimate Japanese restaurant, Mako’s, and Toran, which offers Nepalese and world cuisine. The 5-star hotel’s amenities include a pool, a yoga and fitness centre, a shop selling traditional items, and a business centre. Wi-Fi is free throughout.
Looking for budget hotels in Kathmandu? Try Hotel Ganesh Himal, which is a 5-minute walk from the historic area of Durbar Square and offers free parking and Wi-Fi. Guests like the hotel’s location and garden and its tour desk which can help arrange local visits.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Kathmandu
Hotels are safe environments for travellers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in Kathmandu. For more advice, please view our information page on what to know about coronavirus (COVID-19) and travel.
Travellers who like staying near Boudhanath Temple recommend Hotel Marshyangdi, Park Village Resort By Kgh Group and Hyatt Regency Kathmandu.
In the last 3 days, double rooms in Kathmandu have been found on KAYAK for as cheap as £5. On average, the price for a double room is £26.
If you’d like to stay at one of the hotels in Kathmandu with free airport transfers, try Hotel Buddha, 6 km from Tribhuvan International Airport. There are air-conditioned rooms and suites (including family options) available, and a 24-hour reception and room service. Another choice is Taleju Boutique Hotel, 5 km from the airport, which offers free airport pickups and complimentary luggage storage. This calm hotel has 27 rooms, some with city or garden views, and an on-site restaurant and spa.
Travellers looking for hotels in Kathmandu can book a room or suite at the family-run Hotel Baber Mahal Vilas. It’s 2 km from the historic Durbar Square area and is decorated in a traditional Nepalese style. The hotel has free Wi-Fi, a restaurant and a shop selling local souvenirs.
For hotels in Kathmandu with a hot tub and sauna, try the grand 5-star Yak and Yeti Hotel, a former palace. Its spa and wellness centre has a sauna, steam room and hot tub as well as Swedish and Shiatsu massage on offer, plus an outdoor jogging track, tennis courts and three adjoining outdoor pools. Its vast array of services includes restaurants, bars, a casino, a business centre and a travel desk.
If you’re travelling with family and/or children, several hotels in Kathmandu are well suited. Hotel Shambala has family rooms available and offers proximity to eateries and shops. It has a restaurant and pool (guests pay a fee). Alternatively try Hotel Mulberry, which is adjacent to the Garden of Dreams, a sculpted neo-classical garden. Its spacious rooms and suites, buffet breakfast and location were highlighted by their guests.
Hotel room prices will vary depending on facilities and location. The cheapest double room in Kathmandu for tonight found in the last 3 hours was £5. We also found 3-star hotels from £6 and 4-star hotels from £7.
In the last 3 days, the best price displayed on KAYAK for a double hotel room in Kathmandu for the upcoming weekend was £5 per night. We also found good deals for 3-star hotel rooms from £6 and 4-star hotel rooms from £13.
After you launch a hotel search on KAYAK, you can refine your research by neighbourhood, which allows you to pick the central Kathmandu districts. You can also do a search using the city map to choose a specific location, like Kathmandu city centre
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Recent reviews for Kathmandu hotels
Here are the Kathmandu hotels our guests have recently reviewed
PROS: Fun and relatively luxurious stay in Kathmandu. Staff were friendly and attentive. Great location.CONS: We lost power, but I think that’s more a function of the city grid than the hotel’s, but a backup generator might be a good idea.