Radisson Hotel Kathmandu
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It was yet another family trip! family trips always gets me excited! And this one was just another one of those excited phases! Radisson was an amazing place to be at in Nepal! Considering the fact it had an exquisite entry with the lines of shops! The little bakery outside was an amazing place which had some yummy muffins and cakes and the like!
Our room's were amazing! We had the perfect view of the mountains, a few of Nepal's attractions were found in those mountains!
The food at Radisson - scrumptiously delicious! They could sustain people like me for long walks and long travels.
The Casino - Being in India, I haven't been to any though I think there aren't any in India! An amazing Casino!
The Staff - were an amazing set of people! Though it's always nice to have polite staff when we go to 5 Star Hotel's!!
An amazing place! It has to be though, It is after all "The Radisson'!!
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We went to the Radisson Hotel to make use of their spa which was AMAZING!!! to say the least. So beautiful and very high standard of treatments. I had a thai massage and Ralph had an Ayurvedic one. The children and I had a jacuzzi which was fun and a treat. Respite from the busy-ness of Kathmandu. …
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