The Everest Hotel is named after the world's highest peak Mt. Everest or Sagarmatha in the Nepali language. The given name is also means the ‘roof of the world’ and the history that is embedded in Nepal's rich cultural and religious heritage. The Everest Hotel is a fantastic combination of international standards with Nepali hospitality, situated in the new city center of the capital, Kathmandu just 3 kilometers away from the Tribhuwan Intl. Airport. The Everest Hotel is ever ready to cater to the needs of its diverse categories of guests, dismissing all notions that business and pleasure cannot be mixed. The convenient location surrounded with shopping centers, touristic hotspots, budding restaurants & pubs, an international convention center, hospitals, banks as well as the local police station make the venue most desired place in town. At The Everest Hotel, it's all about attention to details that we look into & our valued guests feel just right
This is a standard type of room. The room is equipped with all the modern amenities and has contemporary interiors.
The Deluxe Room of The Everest Hotel is a spacious and comfortable room, fitted with all modern amenities.
EVEREST CLUB ROOM
The Everest Club Room has been designed keeping in mind high profile guests who are accustomed to a certain level of comfort and class. The interiors at the Everest Club Room are tastefully done to suit the globetrotting guest list that recognize and appreciate quality and finesse. A dedicated team of professionals will cater to every whim and fancy of the guests staying at the Everest Club room
The six suites at the hotel provide nothing short of a lavish experience for the guests. The decorations of suites exude sophistication with a priority on comfort and calm accentuated by the choice of furniture, lighting and the colors used.
BUGLES & TIGERS
With a name like Bugles and Tigers, expect nothing but a great time at the elegant hotel bar. Decorated to resemble a Gurkha Officer's mess, it celebrates the gallantry and bravery of the Nepalese Gurkhas. On offer is an extensive range of drinks to suit your style and mood. A popular hot spot amid hotel guests as well as locals, Bugles and Tigers is the best place to mingle with the locals and indulge oneself in tall drinks and tall tales
At the Cafe adjacent to the hotel's spacious lobby, you might just catch up on some local gossip besides the sumptuous food. With relaxed seating that encourages conversation, the Cafe is where you want to be for a hearty chat over a meal. The Cafe offers an elaborate spread for breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as a wide ranging A' la carte menu comprising of Continental, Indian and Italian delicacies. The breakfast is served in the Buffet form between 6.30 AM to 10.30 AM.
For those looking to hang loose after a long day amidst an environment of comfort and traditional charm, the outsized gazebo like feel of the Far Pavilion would be the best choice. Wind up with a drink while soothing music serenades you at the backdrop of the hotel's landscaped gardens and the city lights beyond.
The Far Pavilion offers the best dishes from the Mughal period of India and some recipes date back to more than a hundred years. Also on offer is the royal cuisine of the Nawabs of Avadh. Bite into your succulent piece of royalty!
For authentic Chinese food at an altitude this side of the Himalayas, the Mandarin at The Everest Hotel is your best bet. The highest roof top restaurant in the city with a breathtaking 360 degree view of the Kathmandu valley, Chinese food never got you this high.
The decor of the restaurant will take you straight to the China of yesteryears with its Chinese Pavilion-like appear. The restaurant serves the guests with authentic dishes to gu
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All monuments in Agra are open on all holidays i.e. 26th Jan,15th Aug, 2nd Oct, Deepawali & Holi (Except Tajmahal closed on every Friday). Mathura Museum closed on Monday , 2nd Sunday and State Holidays.
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