We stopped here for 2 nights with an organised trek, we had really good service and this is possibly why. Table always reserved for breakfast and dinners and our guides could communicate with the locals.
Food was good, as good as it gets on the tour. Was nice after 4 weeks of having different items to choose from, plus there are some great local places for pastries, again another bonus after eating the same foods for a month.
Our room was en suit and clean, showers can run cold though. I think they suggest times to use them due to being solar powered.
The dining area also acts as a large communal area during the day time. Outside seating if the weather is good. Plenty of shops along the same strip, items ranging from postcards to walking gear, although don't expect any of it to be high quality or genuine! Was the first place we also found a diet coke in Nepal. It was worth the £2!
This hotel is also located opposite a medical area where they host free talks on acclimatisation, all members from our trek took part and each found it really insightful.
I couldn't comment if I thought it was value for money or worth paying the extra like others have as it was all included with the trekking price.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking