Top Luxury Stays Nepal
When we think of Nepal, we don’t associate it with luxury stays. We usually think of backpackers or avid hikers who are there to take on Mt. Everest or visit the local monasteries. However, Nepal is also a place to discover undisturbed national parks with a ton of wildlife sightings. Luxury travellers will also find sacred pilgrimage sites and monasteries notable for religious practitioners and history fanatics. A stroll down the streets of Nepal will lead you to uncover century-old stupas and Buddhist monasteries.
So where does one stay in Nepal as a luxury traveller?
Here are some of our top luxury stays in Nepal that provide premium service in remote parts of Nepal.
Tiger Tops Karnali Lodge
Bardiya National Park, located in the far west of Nepal, is a popular destination for visitors seeking a wilderness experience. Originally from Chitwan, Tiger Tops has relocated its traditional safari-style accommodation to Bardiya at the Karnali Lodge. There are just nine boutique accommodations, and the restaurant serves delectable organic food. The location is a luxurious environment nestled in the heart of the national park.
This lodge has 30 rooms and is a part of the upscale Taj hotel group. It has a more upscale appearance thanks to the spacious, sleek stone foyer, the white-cushioned sofas, and the Tharu wall art. The 30 rooms range from Rapti Mahal Suites with their own private plunge pools to balcony suites overlooking the Terai grasslands. If you’re lucky, you may even spot elephants by the riverbank.
The Dwarika’s Hotel
One of Nepal’s most exquisite hotels is Dwarika’s. Although you wouldn’t consider the location a fashionable place, its walls host a haven of charming architecture. It was established in the 1950s by Dwarika Das Shrestha, in part as a mission to save the traditional Newari crafts. Now that it has been renovated, the hotel resembles a museum. Antiques, paintings, and bed linens manufactured locally are some of the features in the 80 rooms and suites.
Baber Mahal Vilas
Baber Mahal, formerly owned by royalty, is a display of several architectural styles that have influenced Nepal’s history. This hotel is a design enthusiast’s paradise, boasting everything from Buddhist design elements to the reddish tones of Kathmandu’s Newari people. Enjoy Nepali food by the rooftop pool, and be sure to stop by the gift store to purchase trinkets made by local crafters.
Barahi Jungle Lodge
This hotel is home to 34 deluxe rooms and a family suite. They are all located in thatched chalets and have private balconies with views of the River Rapti and the park. Take a plunge in the outdoor pool, go on a canoe ride, or see a traditional Tharu dance performance. Otherwise, head on a safari to discover the local wildlife that includes tigers, rhinos, elephants and bears.
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