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sfy I live here almost one week, and I love this house so much. The lady here is so nice, helpful and friendly, her cooking is wonderful. The house is very clean and confortable, 24 hours hot water, the location is nearly by the airport, and not far from the kathmandu downtown. The most important, you can live here very well as the real nepali
Taragaon Boudha Gpo Box 9609Excellent 90%
babyblueda We recently stayed at the Elbrus Home and never in all the 54 countries I have traveled to have I had service like what is given here by Khem and his staff. Where else does the manager/ owner make himself available to the guests at all times? It may be a small budget hotel but the service is most definitely 5 star. The rooms are clean, the breakfast is very good (and served "whenever you get up"), Khem after a few minutes seems like a personal friend and will give information, help with travel plans , book reservations or help with any needs that arise. The location is also excellent and they will arrange airport pickups and drop offs. His little dog who lives on the premises is so friendly and cuddly that he just adds to the fun of staying there. The outdoor eating and sitting area is beautifully decorated with plants and flowers and has great views. There is an indoor sittting area with a small library and if you didn't bring your own computer Khem will let you use his. I cannot say enough good things about Elbrus Home. We plan to return to Kathmandu and would not even consider staying anywhere else. Thank you Khem, Raj and Ali for all you did for us and making us feel like very special guests!
P.O.Box-459 BattisputaliExcellent 90%
Jyatha, ThamelExcellent 90%
alexandra.jane. Peak point was an amazing place to stay, lovely and clean and the staff, especially the manager Sujan are so lovely and helpful! The location is amazing, I would definitely recommend peak point to other travellers! And breakfast is amazing! Eggs, toast, tea, coffee, juice, all free. They really make you feel like part of the family!!
Jyatha, Thamel ThamelExcellent 92%
Thamel, KathmanduAwesome 89%
marshe58 For true basic traveler types it is perfect. I enjoyed the staff, the site is fine also. Great rooftop view for picture taking at sunsrise also,
Boudhha, NayabastiExcellent 92%
Rajnikung, Gokarna, ThaliExcellent 90%
kevinth70 Trekkers Home is awesome. I emailed Raj, the manager, asking for help to organise my trek to base camp before i arrived in nepal and when I got to kathmandu airport there was someone waiting to pick me up and I soon found everything had been organised for me and there was no hassle what so ever. I also left my bags here when I went trekking and they were kept safe and secure. Upon completing the trek to base camp, I arrived back to lukla airport early but with one quick call to Raj he changed my flight and actually got me on the first flight back to kathmandu while everyone else up there was waiting for days! The staff here are redicuolosly friendly, constantly offering me tea, asking how my day was, offering advice where to go and were just happy to talk to me and ask me about my home country. Some days when me and my friends wanted to go a bit out of Thamel, raj organised a driver to drive us in his own car...its things like this that make you realise you are staying at a great place. I highly recommend this Trekkers Home above all others.
Thamel, BhagwatisthanExcellent 91%
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