This landmark boutique hotel is made from terra cotta and intricately carved wood and is considered one of the most outstanding hotels in Nepal. The Dwarika Hotel is just a 10-minute drive away from the city of Kathmandu. It is also close to the Royal Golf Course in Kathmandu Valley. Guests can explore the nearby bazaars, as well as the Tibetan Handicraft Center, Swayambhunath Temple, and the temples and pagodas of Patan. The restaurant serves a 22-course Newari feast, and also has Friday night barbecues. With its unique and intricate beauty, the romantic five-star hotel is ideal for anyone who wants to experience Nepal’s rich and artistic atmosphere.
Nepal has eight World Heritage sites and has won two Heritage Awards. One for the Medieval City of Bhaktapur and the other for The Dwarika's Hotel. The magnificence of The Dwarika's is its buildings of intricate carved wood and terracotta work that must have taken 10 million hours of the best craftsmen in Nepal. Every brick is handmade and every piece of wood work a centuries old original. But The Dwarika's is also about intimate luxury and the spirit and hospitality of the Nepali people. The spirit of a bygone era still echoes within its courtyards where a terracotta pillar: a first of its kind, stands proud, an example of superb craftsmanship. Dwarika Das Shrestha, the founder of The Dwarika's Hotel whose spirit and passion laid out the master plan of this unique place and who gave the best part of his life to build it, leading hundreds of the best builders and craftsmen.
Guests enjoy a tradition of casual elegance; comfort assured by an uncommon attention to detail and personal service. 79 Deluxe Rooms and Suites. Each of the rooms has its own character and individuality. There are 16th century windows in many, while there are private courtyards attached to others. Buddhist symbols on hand printed curtains and bed spreads are used with traditional fabrics and accessories. Spacious and luxurious, our suites and rooms have been individually designed with imagination and taste. Each one different and unique: you will find all the amenities of a luxury hotel; but perhaps what you will appreciate more is the elegant comfort of your room; handsomely appointed with handmade fabrics and furniture custom designed from traditional patterns.
The lore of Nepalese food is entwined with taboos of religion, superstition and caste. This has produced a satisfying, sustaining and healthy cuisine.
Dwarika's Hotel, winner of the PATA Heritage Award now offers you not only the secrets of Nepalese art, architecture and hospitality but KRISHNARPAN. A special Nepalese restaurant in an historic and beautiful setting. For the best recipes of Nepal, the finest meat, vegetables, aromatic spices, purified oils and saffron are selected by the chef every day to create for you an exotic meal from 6 to 22 courses.
Enjoy a dynamic ancient massage which balances the energy in the body through stimulating pressure points along energy lines and passive yogic stretches. The Ayuredic massage utilizing traditional herbal oils to promote the body's natural healing process. The Deep Tissue Vibration Massage is a relaxing deep tissue oil massage, which loosens and softens muscles and joints and relieves stress and fatigue. Traditional Newari Massage is given with a soothing blend of herbal oils, using acupuncture points and spinal cord relaxation to stimulate breath and energetic circulation.
(Kathmandu, Chitwan, Pokhara)
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