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Reviewed 2 December 2017 via mobile

We arrived at Hotel Yeti based on a recommendation from other trekkers we had encountered. Lured in by the idea of a western toilet and ensuite bathroom for first time in 25 days, we conveniently ignored the higher price tag for a room (700rupee if you eat dinner and breakfast there, 2000 if not). After having lunch however, we realised our mistake. Horrible, flavourless and ludicrously expensive food, staff who make you feel more uncomfortable than anything and wifi guarded by a gatekeeper. We did well to warn trekkers to avoid. At least the rooms are warmish...

Stayed: December 2017, travelled with friends
Thank gabir0se
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Reviewed 6 April 2017 via mobile

This place is a solid establishment and a good base for a rest day in Manang. The rooms are spacious and fairly priced. The showers are very warm if you take one at the optimal time for solar (mid afternoon). The wifi was reasonably good, became slow during peak times (to be expected and you're not hiking the Annapurna Circuit for strong wifi). The food is the best thing about this hotel in my opinion, very delicious. Go across the road to the bakery for a yak burger though, my companions ordered one at the hotel and it was just a meat patty in a roll but across the road at the bakery it had a few extra trimmings. Would recommend this place to other trekkers. It was full by ~2-3pm in the afternoon when we stayed there so if you want options when you get into Manang plan to arrive early afternoon.

Stayed: March 2017, travelled with friends
Thank rosieallen7
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Reviewed 14 February 2017

Like the reviewer below me, I visited in the middle of winter was also treated as an inconvenience by the two hopeless staff members. They were lazy and frankly didn't care if you stayed there or not. The worst thing was that they didn't listen to any of the women staying there--in the morning, when the first people to wake up happened to be women, the staff refused to put the fire on even though we all asked for it as a condition of our stay. It wasn't until an hour later when I and some other guys woke up that the staff actually listened. They will do anything to get out of doing work, including being sexist.

The rooms were relatively modern and had a European toilet but none of this matters if it's the middle of winter and there's no fire! If for some reason you are stuck here with no other option, the menu does at least have probably the widest selection of yak-based meals in Manang. But the cooking isn't great anyway...

  • Stayed: January 2017, travelled with family
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Thank NFNP
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Reviewed 7 January 2017 via mobile

Stayed 2 nights at Hotel Yeti and we felt like we were imposing on the 2 hipster staff who preferred to listen to music than attend to guests. Simple things like lighting a fire at night (it was the cold season) and breakfast were met with an 'oh I suppose so' attitude. A promise of hot showers on day 2 was too much to ask, as they simply forgot to turn it on, though didn't forget to watch Indian Idol. The one star is for the Yak Steak which was really nice.

Stayed: January 2017, travelled with friends
1  Thank stucore
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Reviewed 20 December 2016

When we reached Manang after 5 days of trek we were fully exhausted and also needed a good place for Acclimatization for next 2 days. But the problem of finding a good stay was worst than expected. We could luckily get in to this place and more luckier to be here with all good facilities. Good food, Warm rooms, Good staff, cloth washing facility and YES !! hot water in the room. Couldn't have asked for a better stay in Manang. The view of ice cladded mountains from the restaurant was beautiful

  • Stayed: October 2016, travelled with friends
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Thank NANDANAIS
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