Raniban Retreat

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Raniban Retreat World Peace Pagoda PokharaSee nearby area

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    Queen’s forest, or Raniban in Nepali, is where Raniban Retreat is located. On the secluded hillock of Raniban hill forest in Pokhara. You can call it the Queen’s Retreat !! Visitors all say, Raniban is the best view and a most peaceful location in Pokhara – for magnificent view of the Himalayan panorama, the great Fewa Lake and Pokhara Valley. And it’s greatly peaceful because it’s on the hill top accessible through our own-made 500 stone steps through wild bushes.

    10 clean and comfortable rooms, sumptuous food, spa, great views, traditional hospitality, and 24-hour solar power back up, are what we offer you at Raniban Retreat – a small hotel for spending your exclusive time. With friends and family.

    In Raniban, you can come with a special purpose. We conduct free medical camps for the neighborhood villages. Most recently, we conducted a free orientation and screening of cervical cancer (Visual Inspection with Acetic Acid) for local women. We have a year-long unique straw art exhibition and sales at Raniban aimed at saving funds for free cancer screening and staff medical welfare. You can be part of such a mission of Raniban.

    Welcome to Raniban Retreat, merely 7 km near from the airport.

    Vijay Shrestha
    Chairman

    Services & facilities

    • Bar
      • Available
    • Parking
      • Free Parking
      • Parking
    • Breakfast
      • Free Breakfast
    • Housekeeping
      • Housekeeping
      • Laundry Facilities
    • Outdoor space
      • Outdoor Terrace
    • Restaurant/Café
      • Restaurant
    • Transport/transfers
      • Airport Transfers
    • Wi-Fi/internet access
      • Free Internet Access
      • Free WiFi
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