Hotel Silver Home

Address: Thamel, Chibahal, Kathmandu, 00977, Nepal | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Thamel, Chibahal, Kathmandu, is near Earthbound Expeditions, Kaiser Library, Nagarjun Forest Reserve, and Casino Everest.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Silver Home Kathmandu

    Reviewed by sierrayla

    Will definitely stay here again

    Reviewed Jan 13, 2015
    by (2 reviews) Eugene , United States Flag of United States

    Great value for the money. The rooms were big and bright, albeit a little cold in January. Shower seemed fairly consistently hot. The breakfast was pretty good - coffee/tea, toast, eggs, and roasted veggies. Internet and power were very intermittent, though internet worked okay at certain times of the day. The staff were exceptionally cheerful and helpful!! Make sure to ask for a room on the quiet side unless you don't mind hearing loud cover band music until about 11 or 12 at night.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by wilsonheng

    Backpacker's dream

    Reviewed Jun 2, 2014
    by (7 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Affordable accommodation with the best staff I have ever met in Nepal! Well hidden in the alleyway but right in the heart of Thamel action.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Silver Home Kathmandu

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Kathmandu

    Vegetarian trekker heaven

    A travel blog entry by sierrayla on Jan 13, 2015

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    Nepal keywords: Namaste – in every sense of the word, yummy vegetarian food, trekking, prayer flags, Himalayas!, fresh air, Dahl Baht (a popular trekking food that consists of rice, veggie curry, and dahl [lentils], although on our last night in Nepal we tried to order it as a tribute to our trip and our Nepalese server asks, "What's Dahl …

    Day 9

    A travel blog entry by vmmackie

    3

    ... Felt like a very productive day. :) Found a gem of an Italian restaurant for dinner. It was recommended by the hotel manager and we thought he was telling us it was very nice, but our pick up of the accent this time wasn't quite right. All became clear as we walked along and saw the sign for the "Fire and Ice" restaurant. That made us chuckle. Anyway it was Very Nice too! ...

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    ... add in pedestrians all weaving around each other on the road. I've no idea how they manage not to hit to each other, but they do and wow it is amazing. :) The MIDSON members we've met are inspirational in their vision and drive to establish a truly recognised and licensed Midwifery Profession in Nepal. They are so passionate about Midwifery and how they want it to be here. Bimala has been a wonderful ambassador for MIDSON and the progress that has been made in a ...

    After three long years...

    A travel blog entry by maestrojfk

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    ... Kiran (the sarangi player) had an expression of such joy that it was impossible not to smile along with him, and everyone played with such conviction. They were all very talented musicians, too, so that made the show doubly nice.

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    Sacred Sites and Religious Thoughts

    A travel blog entry by mmlivelife2011

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    ... sites and their practices is fascinating. To me it brought back memories of University when, as a devout atheist, I majored in Religious Philosophy. (It was an age when enlightening one's mind and widening one's view of the world was more important than simply going to school to get a job) I cannot help but conclude that almost all major religions - no matter who or what their god is named - see this life or existence as a test or even a ...