The Fort Resort

Address: P.O. Box 3004, Lazimpat, KTM, Nagarkot, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on P.O. Box 3004, Lazimpat, KTM, Nagarkot, is near Earthbound Expeditions, Kaiser Library, Royal Palace, and Nagarjun Forest Reserve.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Fort Resort Nagarkot

      Reviewed by unplugged

      Always look for spiders

      Reviewed Oct 15, 2012
      by (19 reviews) San Diego , United States Flag of United States

      the staff was great (except the guy behind the front desk) the food and rooms sucked! It was mid- October when we arrived, the temperature was about 38F (3.5c) we were cold, there was no heat in the main hotel and the heaters in our room were not working. One had not cord to plug in to the wall and the other one was a standalone propane heater - has anyone heard of asphyxiation? The room was crawling with spiders - i mean big ones, the size of a silver dollar. They were in the curtains, on the walls, under the bed - we killed about 12 and repeated the exercise the next night. If you stay here, take a flashlight, be prepared for the invasion of the spiders and go for the clean air and a view not the accommodations.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews The Fort Resort Nagarkot

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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