Hotel Shanker is a palace; a palace built at the turn of the century by a Rana Maharaja with a penchant for French architecture, international cuisine and Eastern hospitality. It was converted into a hotel in 1964. The facade and traditions were kept intact but the interior was redesigned to give travellers the kind of comfort they'd expect of a world-class hotel. You live in a palace when you live with us. Ninety four luxury rooms, ten suites, two restaurants, two bars, a coffee shop, four-channel music, and around the clock room service welcome you. You are waited on attentively but never obtrusively; your every need is anticipated and you are treated with the kind of royal attention that will make your stay an unforgettable one!
Enjoy the generous sprinkling of paintings by Nepalese artists in the rooms and corridors of the The Shanker Hotel. The Shanker has a choice of standard rooms for the discerning traveller, twin bedded rooms with wooden carvings, rooms with split level (Double Decker Rooms) , those with intricate designs and wall hangings or intimate rooms with arched windows. Enjoy all the modern amenities with the latest upholstery and well appointed furniture. Room service is prompt and round the clock. The in-room safe makes the perfect spot to store your valuables. Stay productive and connected with Wireless Internet Access. Relax in the comfortable lounge chair or entertain yourself with over 60 cable movie channels on the 21-inch LCD TV. Soothing colors have been chosen for flooring and furnishings that lend the rooms an air of sophistication. One can assume that a good night's rest is more than a probability in a room at the Shanker Hotel.
Kailash is a traveller's delight. 4500 sq. feet of space with carved ceiling, intricately worked walls, small bejewelled mirrors and piped music provide an opulent backdrop to meals prepared by the chefs.
Cosy Kailash... excellent food, beautiful presentation, and majestic yet very comfortable and relaxed ambience.
The Kunti Bar is where you sip a variety of drinks in an atmosphere enriched by stout wooden beams, carved pillers, intricately carved Nepalese windows and good, old-fasioned Nepalese bonhomie.
One Eyed bar is perfect for pre-dinner or lunch aperitif or a casual meeting with good friends.
During leisure, you can stroll in the luxury of the vast Nepali gardens or swim in the outdoor swimming pool.
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