Tibet Guest House
Lonely Planet review
This well-run and popular hotel gets heavy use and things are looking a bit worn in places but it’s a good choice, so book in advance. All the rooms here are comfortable, though lower floors can be dark; the superior rooms have a lot more space. There’s a lovely breakfast patio, a lobby espresso bar and the superb views of Swayambhunath from the rooftop garden and library just cry out to be appreciated at sunset with a cold beer. Some of the standard rooms are located in a separate block across the street and come with a balcony. Discounts of 20% to 30% are standard.
Our independent authors have visited Tibet Guest House and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Kathmandu.
Services & facilities
- Internet access
- Air conditioning
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