Hotel Travel-Inn

Lake Side, Pokhara, Nepal | Inn
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This inn, located on Lake Side, Pokhara, is near Phewa Tal, Fewa Tal, Seeing Hands Nepal, and Gupteswar Gupha.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Travel-Inn Pokhara

    Reviewed by sigrid-geert

    Nice hotel

    Reviewed Dec 4, 2012
    by (5 reviews) , Belgium Flag of Belgium

    Acceptable comfort with good breakfast and all-day security. Beware of the laundry service though, we got are clothes back with white stains all over them...

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by macbab

    sympa mis à part les cafards

    Reviewed Jul 16, 2011
    by (9 reviews) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

    L'hôtel est très bien située, comme la plupart des hôtels à Lakeside. Nous n'y sommes restés qu'une nuit car des cafards sont apparus pendant la nuit et nous n'aimons vraiment pas ça... Mis à part ce dérangement, l'hôtel est vraiment propre et les chambres sont spacieuses. Même s'il est catégorisé comme étant un middle range dans le lonely planet, il fait parti des hôtels les moins chers que nous avons vus: 800 roupies pour une chambre à deux lits en juillet 2011.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Travel-Inn Pokhara

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Pokhara

    Trekker's rest

    A travel blog entry by laurebondoux on Apr 04, 2014

    4 photos

    4th April was a day of rest back in Pokhara, after our 4-days trekking adventure. We slept most of the morning then went in town to return our trekking poles and have our laundry done. We also enjoyed a nice rooftop meal with a view on the lake (despite the slowest service ever!). A very welcome quiet day for our slightly aching legs.

    Peaceful Pokhara

    A travel blog entry by laurebondoux on Mar 30, 2014

    39 photos

    After over 6 hours in a very old bus, we arrived in Pokhara late afternoon on 28 March. We then spent our next 2 days relaxing in this charming city.

    Our main activities consisted of strolling by the lakeside, taking in the views of the Annapurna range (in particular the Machhapuchhare, aka “Fishtail”, which dominates the area …

    Week 4: Pokhara

    A travel blog entry by danmottau on Aug 03, 2014

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... booked or planned really excites me. I could think of nothing worse than being chauffeured around in a land rover, sleeping in hotels and pretending I'd achieved something. This afternoon we had another mega homework session and some afternoon tea of popcorn with a side of chai. The popcorn is made from local corn, which is grown right behind the nestling home, dried in the sun and then husked. The kernels are placed in a pot with only a tiny bit of oil and heated until they begin to ...

    Tibetan refugee camp

    A travel blog entry by lee62 on Jul 20, 2014

    10 photos

    ... fled from Tibet..his dream before he dies is to go back to Tibet. He knows if he does he will be disappeared. We were served butter tea which sounds horrid but for those who tried it not bad..it is made with butter, water and salt and helps give sustenance to those living in such hardy climates. The butter is scooped from the top of the tea as it hardens and used just like Shea butter to soften and protect the skin against the harsh climate. We were also given ...

    Poon Hill Trek - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by elcapitan on Jun 13, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... some orange drink powder that BJ was carrying. After lunch it was another two hours of slow climbing through a beautiful forest with no settlements or much human activity except the occasional trailside shanty or a few lone travelers walking between villages. Our destination was Ghorepani, a roadless outpost high on a ridge looking out over the Annapurnas and Dhaulagiri; it would be the highest village of our trek at 9,350 feet. We walked through clouds and impending rain on ...