The Kathmandu Valley's rich legacy of intricate wood carvings, distinctive temples, sculptures, bronze and terracotta works, as well as the unique lifestyle of the Newari people are all vividly on show at this hotel.
Dwarika's is Kathmandu’s premier hotel and a unique heritage property, accommodation consists of 74 rooms and suites set around courtyards and beautiful gardens. Facilities include a full spa, swimming pool, library and fitness room. Dining options consist of Nepali fine dining, a Japanese restaurant, and a multi-cuisine outdoor restaurant around the pool, which is a replica of a C12th Malla dynasty royal bath.
It is located in an outlying suburb not far from the Hindu temple of Pashupatinath, convenient for Tribhuvan airport.
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The old city of Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, an eclectic warren of palaces, courtyards and temples. Nearby are the ancient cities of Bhaktapur and Patan, plus the forested slopes of Phulchoki, which offer excellent birding, walking and photographic opportunities.
Where: Central Nepal
Excellent for: City stopover, Hiking, History & culture