Hotel Peace Plaza
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Peace Plaza Pokhara
We loved our stay at the hotel, the rooms were clean, and comfy, shower was hot and powerful.
The power in pokhara is prob on 40% of the time...but that the case everywhere.
also be aware that wen you check in they dont mention the additonal 10% service charge and 13% government tax on the price....the manager did try and get just the service charge of us but at the increase of 20%! we refused as this was not in our budget! our room was 700 nepali rupees
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