Part hotel, part museum, Dwarika’s combines traditional style and heaps of character with excellent service and modern facilities, making a fascinating place to stay while you explore the many attractions of Kathmandu.
The Inn is set in the heart of medieval Patan, just a short two-minute stroll from the Durbur Square. This is a large Newari house that has been lovingly converted into a hotel that feels a little more like a homestay. There are ten comfortable rooms with en-suite facilities, all decorated traditionally with exposed wooden beams and whitewashed walls. The Inn has a central courtyard where breakfast and home-cooked dinners are served and there's a coffee shop outside serving French coffee and a selection of cakes.
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The Inn has ten rooms, each individually designed with plenty of character and warm furnishings. There are two room choices, Heritage Deluxe rooms or Heritage suites, both of which can accommodate an extra mattress. The Deluxe rooms are light and airy with large windows, a beamed ceiling and wooden floor. The Heritage suite is a more spacious option and some rooms offer a balcony overlooking the lovely central courtyard.
The Inn is just a short two minute walk from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Durbar Square. Tucked away down a small lane just set back from the square, it's perfectly positioned for exploring Patan's temples, cafes and shops.
Food and drink
There is an on-site Nepalese restaurant serving traditional thali's and continental food, as well as a real coffee machine for your morning coffee fix.
Facilities and activities
The Inn has both an indoor and outdoor shaded courtyard with a lovely sitting and restaurant area. There is also complementary Wi-Fi available throughout the property.
A quiet and intimate hotel with plenty of character, a peaceful haven away from the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu city.
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Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Bhaktapur lies only a short distance from the capital, but it could be another planet, so great is the difference in the atmosphere and sense of history.
Drive a short distance from Kathmandu to Bodnath where you will see one of the largest stupas in Nepal. A small Tibetan settlement has developed around this important religious sight.
Take one of the scenic mountain flights to view the high peaks of the Everest and Makalu ranges.