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Offering a restaurant that serves local, Chinese and Continental delights, Tigerland Safari Resort is located within 4 km from the popular Rapti River and the Chitwan National Park...
AANAND HOTEL is a very pleasant, clean and comfortable place to stay in Janakpur,Nepal Janakpurdham, is one of the historical and religious city of Nepal...
This new guesthouse is perched on the hill overlooking magical views of the tea plantations and surrounding hills. Rooms are spacious and enlivened by pot plants...
The best value place in town, it has a wonderful location in a quiet area. Rooms are massive and well furnished, and have comfortable beds, satellite TV and clean bathrooms...
The focus here is on our feathered friends. The resident birdwatching guides are very experienced and accommodation is in big safari tents with solar-powered hot showers.
Immersed within a tea plantation, this rustic blue-and-white cottage decorated with prayer flags has basic but otherwise sunny rooms.
Don’t expect frills at this rudimentary place opposite the bus station, but rooms are definitely tolerable for the price. Try to get one at the back, away from the traffic noise.
An old favourite, Green View has a prime location at the edge of a tea garden, and several rooms do indeed have a green view – of tea plantations (room 501 is the best).
Next to the main village gompa, this guesthouse has good-value rooms, many with views of the temple or surrounding hills. Downstairs has a popular restaurant serving up Tibetan dishes.
Hotel Aruu Valley Hilltop Restaurant makes for a pleasant place to spend the night...
The most salubrious choice near the bus stand, Bhanu Plaza has clean rooms that get good natural light, and almost succeed in blocking out traffic noise. Room 205 is the closest thing you’ll get to a view in Birganj.
A jumble of pot plants lends a cosy feel to this place, across from Gumba Hotel. Beds are hard, but otherwise it’s good for the price. Also has a Raiders of the Lost Ark –style bar at the back
This business-class hotel is calm and relaxed – just what you need in hectic Birganj. Rooms have TVs, carpets and 24-hour hot showers, and there’s a good Indian restaurant.
The closest thing Janakpur has to an ‘upmarket’ hotel, the Manaki International has cavernous rooms with all mod cons, and more modest standard rooms...
On a sleepy road near the northern edge of the bus station, Mechi has rooms to suit all budgets. Rooms are large and comfortable, and offer excellent value.
With an excellent central location, the rooms with air-con are large and inviting, while rooms without are smallish and overpriced...
A respectable cheapie in the heart of the Dharan Bazaar, it’s a little decrepit but the simple rooms have decent beds and Western toilet...
The welcome here is friendly and the rooms are simple but inviting (but check whether some of the broken peepholes in the doors have been fixed…). There’s a bistrolike restaurant with gingham tablecloths downstairs...
On the outskirts of town, the three-star Vishuwa is the best choice for those wanting true comfort. It also has the best restaurant in town.
The hotel ‘where welcome never ends’ was receiving a serious facelift at the time of research, with 60 new rooms set over numerous levels, which is likely to make it one of the best choices in town.
The most salubrious choice in this area, Hotel Welcome Nepal gets slightly less traffic noise than the places right next to the bus stand.
The choice of UN workers, rooms here sparkle and feature attractive Mithila art on the walls.
The Jay Nepal Hotel has reasonable rooms; it is situated by the roundabout at the turn-off to Dharan.
A smart red-brick hotel on the outskirts of town, its large rooms are by far the most comfortable in town. It has a good international menu and a bar with an impressive cocktail list.
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