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Hotel In Pokhara

Hotels and accommodation guide in Pokhara - the definitive guide to Pokharan Hotels. The guide to hotels and accommodation in Pokhara provides a brief summary, customer ratings and reviews for hotels and accommodation. For a quick summary see the list of hotels and accommodation in Pokhara. For detailed Hotel information or to reserve a hotel or accommodation in Pokhara, please select resort and let asiahotels.com be your Pokhara travel agent.

Hotel In Pokhara

Fish Tail Lodge (Rooms: 60)

Situated on a Peninsular with Fewa Lake on one side and a forest covered hill on the other. Offering spectacular views of the Annapurna range and the " Fish Tail " mountain. A novel way of gaining access to the lodge is either by shuttle floats or boats. Once on the premises, the guest is greeted by a lsuh garden and unique round bungalows. Established in the late 1960's with unique round cottages set amidst a lush garden. the Fish Tail Lodge is ideal for travellers desiring the charm of a small hotel with very high service standards. A choice of 48 standard rooms...
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Fulbari Resort (Rooms: 165)

Pokhara, 200 kilometers west from Kathmandu, sleeps peacefully alongside a three- kilometer long lake at the foothills of the mightly Annapurna and the peak of Fish Tail Mountain. Here gushing rivers cut great gorges that feed the lakes amongst the rising peaks. And among these very gorges rests The Fulbari Resort & Spa, a wonderfully relaxing place, and the ultimate blend of contemporary international standards and time-honored traditions. The Fulbari resort has 165 deluxe rooms. There are seven different wining and dining outlets. The resort...
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Shangrila Village Resort (Rooms: 65)

The Shangri-La Village nestles in the tranquil heart of Pokhara - the great getaway of Nepal - beneath a towering rampart of majestic snow peaks. Every room offers a spectacular view. Architecture inspired by the forms and textures of village Nepal, charming gardens, reflecting pools that mirror that splendour of the Himalaya, a swimming pool that is also a waterfall?These are some of the wonderful surprises that the Shangri-La Village has in store for its guests....
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Hotel Kantipur

Kantipur is the poetic name of ancient Kathmandu the capital city of Nepal. Now, this poetic essence although disappearing in Kathmandu, has finally materialized in Pokhara 200 km all the way west of Kathmandu along with the combination of beauty, comfort and taste. That is in the class from of an exotic place to relax and enjoy delicious cuisine amidst the magnificent views of the most beautiful Himalaya "Fish Tail" of Annapurna range reflecting itself within the PHEWA LAKE. Our hotel expertise started a decade ago from Kathmandu, promises to provide very...
Hotel In Pokhara

Hotel Fewa, pokhara

Baidam (now Lakeside) was just a farming village, Hotel Fewa was built among some ancient trees on the shore of Lake Fewa. The year was 1972. Stone and timber were ferried across the lake. Other materials such as cement, steel and glass came to Pokhara on porters' backs. The hotel was built by Min Bahadur Gurung who has been minister of Forests in Nepal's first democratic government. He later expanded the hotel, attached bathrooms and put in a water pipe from a spring in the forest across the Lake...
Hotel In Pokhara

Hotel Moonlight Resort

Baidam (now Lakeside) was just a farming village, Hotel Fewa was built among some ancient trees on the shore of Lake Fewa. The year was 1972. Stone and timber were ferried across the lake. Other materials such as cement, steel and glass came to Pokhara on porters' backs. The hotel was built by Min Bahadur Gurung who has been minister of Forests in Nepal's first democratic government. He later expanded the hotel, attached bathrooms and put in a water pipe from a spring in the forest across the Lake...