x The average starting price for a place to stay in Pokhara is £17 per night.
Lake side-6Outstanding 100%
Lakeside 6 , PokharaOutstanding 96%
t.aleks I enjoyed my stay a looooot!! Made first an reservation for 1 day and staied there at the end over a week...! Raj and Anita took care of every wish and questions I had. We had nice conversations and at the end I wished I could stay longer. When I come back to pokhara, i'll go for sure again to pushpa guest house!! DHANYABAD DAI !!!
chewcrewus Had a wonderful 5 days at this superbly run family guest house. The owner was helpful right from my initial email enquiry. We had big clean room upstairs with hot shower and verandah to relax and enjoy meals. The view of the snow capped mountains from the roof is identical to the postcards. Well positioned with plenty of eateries close by if you decide not to have a hostel cooked filling meal. The owners are very friendly, offering assistance with information on the town and area and willing to help with any request. He is a very genuine person taking pride in his work ,with all the family just as friendly and delightful. Many people coming and going and the friendly atmosphere then transcended through to the guests. We werent trekking but were able to relax and spend a delightful time in Pokhara.
ccain3693 This hotel made our stay in Pokhara worthwhile. The service was fantastic, everyone was super friendly. The restaurant in the hotel was fantastic with a great breakfast AND a good food for dinner. The back up generator and the solar panels were a major plus, it was nice to have at least one light during the power surge. The building itself was beautiful and we didn't have to go anywhere to see the sunrise and the Himalayas-we had an awesome view from the rooftop (and our room)! The only bad thing was we found 1 bug [cockroach], otherwise the entire place seemed clean. I would definitely stay here again!!
Lakeside-6 BaidamAwesome 89%
akiraben V helpful and friendly staff. They do all the bookings for us for free and a lots of useful information . High recommend :)
Lakeside-6 LakesideAwesome 86%
sayan.nandy The Hotel Mandala is a very nice place to stay in Pokhara. The reasons being: * It is situated in the most happening place in Pokhara i.e. the Lakeside and is very near to the beautiful Phewa Lake. * Though it is situated amidst the busy lakeside, its location is such that it is away from the hustle bustle and the noises prevailing there. * The ambiance is very nice and gives you a relaxed feeling necessary for a perfect holiday. * The service is awesome and you will get support from the staffs as and when required for almost anything, be it food or booking of cabs or information about the dos and donts in the place. * Last but not the least, the charges are also pretty much affordable and reasonable than that of other places in that place. Overall it is a very nice experience to stay over there...
Dns102000 Very nice clean hostel with nice garden. We got upgraded FOC due to yr room being needed by someone taken I'll. Can sort treks equal to high st prices. Decent location, highly recommended.
Parahi Marga Lake Side Pokhara-6Good 74%
bylinski This accom is an very good example of getting what you need with friendly and effective service/ help. The price reflects the service and location. A very pleasant stay!.
Baidam-6, Lake Side, Pokhara, Nepal Opposite Royal Palace0 60%
Sedi Bager 7 lake side on the way to Pame Bagar0 10%
gugacs Great service, great value, friendly staff. I could feel part of the family which was really nice as I traveled alone. I tried paragliding, rafting, trekking while I was there, and everything was organized in no time. I felt great in that energy what surround Hidden Paradise. The Round House is perfect to do silent meditation, and the garden was perfect to do yoga, thai chi,chikong. The massage I received was also great(I tried the oil, and acupressure massage)I had great time in Hidden Paradise.
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