Hotel Tenki

Address: Chaksibari Marg, Kathmandu, 10866, Nepal | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Chaksibari Marg, Kathmandu, is near Thamel, Durbar Square, Kaiser Library, and Nagarjun Forest Reserve.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Tenki Kathmandu

          Reviewed by partheymuller

          A choice I would make again.

          Reviewed Aug 4, 2014
          by (1 review) Bronx , United States Flag of United States

          I found Hotel Tenki on Agoda. It was a last minute choice because our dates of travel changed and we couldn't get in at the other hotel. We soon discovered that we chose well. We were picked up at the airport, which meant that we didn't have to navigate the taxi line. On the way to the hotel we met Raj, the travel coordinator for the hotel. We only had tentative plans for our time in Nepal such as seeing the Himalaya. Raj pointed us in the right direction and we ended up with wonderful memories of the countryside, the Himalaya, Pokhara (which we never even considered going to.) The hotel rooms were clean, the bathroom could have been better but the people were fantastic. From the porter, to the guards, to the hotel clerks all made us feel welcome. The breakfasts were filling but plain. All in all it was the best quickly made decision I ever made.

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          Reviewed by electracity

          Mediocre Hotel

          Reviewed Dec 24, 2012
          by (5 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          This hotel was first of all very cold and very loud. I had to bundle up and sleep with multiple blankets because it was cold and they didn't have heaters. It was also incredibly loud with people knocking on each others doors at six in the morning. My door didn't lock very well so I didn't feel safe all the time, but the staff was very helpful and courteous. Breakfast was also a large portion in the morning.

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tenki Kathmandu

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

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