How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Malla Hotel
TravelPod Member ReviewsMalla Hotel Kathmandu
we booked this from UK at got ok rate. Its a Nepal 4 star which is most likely a european 2 or 3 star. Its clean and location is good, a few minutes from central Tamal. We were there at end of the rainy season and hotel was quite damp and at times the smell was pretty bad, but we bought some incence and that covered it up. Breakfast is ok and pool is fine. Dont bother with the massage at the sports centre, its terribly expensive and not very good.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Malla Hotel Kathmandu
Travel Blogs from Kathmandu
Der österreichische Teil unserer Reisegruppe (ich ausgenommen) ist heute früh am Morgen Richtung Heimat aufgebrochen. Zusammen mit Rafael mache ich mich auf, um die Altstadt von Kathmandu, samt Durbar Square zu besichtigen. Beim Eingang finden wir/findet uns sofort ein hiesiger Fremdenführer, der einige Jahre am Wolfgangsee gearbeitet hat. Er erklä …
... to move so I'm walking quickly towards it but it's so completely packed I had to stand on the steps leading up to the bus! Mindy says "ah we made it!" And I said "You call this making it"???? Once again it's bodies squished against each other. Oh joy. I don't know how the bus even moved it was so overloaded. Afternoon service was nice. At one house the brother I was with spoke for a while to a man so while he spoke to him I showed the young girl and her brother the ...
... doctors that the birthing unit for low risk women would be the way to go. She felt frustrated, having seen the facilities in Scotland's birthing unit's, at how little they had in Nepal and even went on to say she was embarrassed at how backward her country was. This was extremely humbling, I tried to reassure her that we were not here to judge but to help, and that small steps in the right direction would be a start in initiating the change ...
... nicely decorated, and more expensive. I eventually found myself back on the street I was on when I tried to go clubbing last week.
Every few steps, someone tried to sell me marijuana as I tried to negotiate the throng of cars, motorcycles, rickshaws, bicycles, and pedestrians to make my way down the street. I could hear music in the air from every direction, the sounds mixing together like a musical smoothie for me to ingest.
A bit overwhelmed, I stopped ...
The American lady, who apparently was not completely immobile, overheard and shared with me that she was on a personal pilgrimage to Nepal, one of the holiest Buddhist sites in the world. After all, Buddha himself was born in Lumbini, south of Nepal 2500 years ago.
She added that June is the holiest month of the year and should I be so unfortunate enough to meet my death on the trek, I should be chanting Om ...