Shree Tibet Family Guest House

Address: Cha 2-659-7, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cha 2-659-7, Thamel, Kathmandu, is near Durbar (Central) Square, Mountain Monarch Adventures, Asan, and Casino Royale.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsShree Tibet Family Guest House Kathmandu

      Reviewed by maestrojfk

      Best value in Kathmandu!

      Reviewed May 20, 2014
      by (1 review) Pittsburgh , United States Flag of United States

      This was obviously not the Hyatt, but the staff is very friendly, the room was a decent size, and it was very clean and comfortable. At one point, I noticed ants in bathroom. I told the staff about it and they immediately sent someone up to spray. Again, everyone is very friendly and helpful. The location is also amazing! Right in the heart of Thamel and across the street from the Funky Buddha, which has a nice vibe. The street it is on is also pretty quiet, as streets in Thamel go. If you are on a tight budget, this is a great place to stay! One of, if not the, cheapest hotels in all of Kathmandu, but much nicer than some hotels that charge way more.

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