Kathmandu Prince Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
Photos of Kathmandu Prince Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Kathmandu Prince Hotel
Travel Blogs from Kathmandu
... laughed his wicked laugh and told me to enjoy!! I end up sitting on my back pack, which was only marginally better as it didn't have much in it. Initially I was told 4-5 hrs, but on dark as it starts to get cold we are still hours from Kathmandu and I start pulling out dirty clothes to put on. At Bhaktapur which is an hour from Kathmandu we get stuck in a traffic jam for an hour. The roads are at best only a lane and a half wide and with the fuel shortage, trucks ...
... with only solar power no wifi and limited phone service. No wonder they have so many kids its one of there hobbies.
The basic Himilyan hiking day's consist of plenty of up and down to the top of peaks ...
We started out really early today, soon after 6am. The night before the guide for the Finnish girls (KB) had told us that the weather deteriorates on the pass soon after 11am. We were the first to venture out. We put on our crampons and plodded up to the pass in the snow. All the lakes are completely frozen over and hard to distinguish from the rest of the snow. The pass, at 15,120 ft, is the highest place I've ever been. To ...
... we'll be decorating our packs again in the morning I'm afraid. Our walk today was, again, through beautiful forests of rhodes, bamboo, fern and some tropical plants that reminded me of philodendrons. Over the first half of the trip, we met the usual mule trains, but then we separated from the track that leads to Syrafrubesi, the center of commerce for this region. Instead, we took the left fork, following it ...
With a few days left before our flight we both decided toget some more trekking in, bought a map and picked the Shivapuri National Park in the Kathmandu valley. After travelling back to the capital and staying for a night we jumped on the local bus headed to Sundarijal which turned out to be the cheapest bus yet (18p for an hour’s journey!!). We spent 2 days trekking within the park, ...