Radisson Hotel Kathmandu - INTRODUCTION
Hotel Radisson Kathmandu, Nepal is a well established five (5) star deluxe hotel in the centre of Kathmandu city, within easy walking distance to the tourist spots like Durbar Marg and Thamel. The Radisson hotel Katmandu is an International standard hotel with modern design providing dramatic views of surrounding mountain. The Radisson hotel also offers luxurious accommodation, including a rooftop swimming pool, numerous on-site eateries and spacious rooms and suites that offer a level of comfort and style not found at other hotels. Hence with a perfect deluxe and luxurious accommodation in Kathmandu, you remain just moments away from all shops and adventure of the Kathmandu at Radisson.
Situated near both tourist and business destinations, this provider of Kathmandu accommodation allows guests easy access to popular hot-spots. The Radisson Hotel Kathmandu is located in Lazimpat which is close to Thamel, one of the areas notable for being the home of a multitude of restaurants, bars and nightlife establishments. Kathmandu has its own international airport which is easily accessed from the Radisson Hotel Kathmandu via private car or taxi.
At the Radisson Hotel Kathmandu every room is provided with broadband Internet access. The rooms are universally equipped with air-conditioning, as well. Other amenities include mini bars. The rooms are 160 in total number.
This hotel offers several amenities to its guests. The restaurant at the Radisson Hotel Kathmandu is one of the few 24-hour establishments in Kathmandu and offers both Italian and Oriental cuisine. The hotel also has a bar where guests can relax. Business travelers will find conferencing facilities available to them. These rooms are also available for personal events.
An international standard hotel in a modern design, with eight floors providing dramatic views of the surrounding mountains. This hotel is located in Lazimpat and is situated in the heart of the city adjacent to the Royal Palace and is just minutes away from all the attractions, including the exciting Thamel district-full of the city's Restaurants and Nightlife, the historic Durbar Square, Durbar Marg and many of the main temples.
The hotel is 9 km or 25 minutes drive from Tribhuwan International Airport, and has 163 beautifully appointed rooms, including terrace rooms with private outdoor terrace, suites, a presidential suite, 2 exclusive floors of Plaza Club rooms with club lounge.
The Radisson Hotel Kathmandu offers 160 beautifully appointed rooms, including Superior, Deluxe, Business Class and Suites. Enjoy convenient amenities, such as high-speed Internet access, satellite television and automatic wake-up call service. For an extra touch of comfort and class, our Kathmandu hotel offers Business Class Rooms, which provide additional amenities and space for the discerning business traveler.
Rooms & Amenities
The Radisson Hotel Kathmandu offers 160 beautifully appointed rooms, including Superior, Deluxe, Business Class and Suites rooms, including terrace rooms with private outdoor terrace, suites, a presidential suite, 2 exclusive floors of Plaza Club rooms with club lounge. Enjoy convenient amenities, such as high-speed Internet access, satellite television and automatic wake-up call service. For an extra touch of comfort and class, our Kathmandu hotel offers Business Class Rooms, which provide additional amenities and space for the discerning business traveler. Rooms and suites at The Radisson Hotel Kathmandu feature.
Plaza Club Rooms
Business Class Rooms
Junior Suites Rooms
Deluxe Suites Rooms
The Radisson Hotel Kathmandu is in an ideal location for business and leisure travelers looking for a stress-free stay in the heart of the city. High-speed Internet access, a rooftop swimming pool, spa and Health Club are just some of the amenities offered at the hotel. In Kathmandu, guests can enjoy many exciting attractions, and our guest services make it easy to explore the area.
Our hotel in Kathmandu features the following services:
• 24-hour room service
• Airport shuttle
• Beauty Parlor/barber shop
• Business Center
• Concierge services
• Gift shop
• Health Club with exercise facilities, sauna and steam room
• High-speed Internet access
• Rooftop pool
Enjoy Our Kathmandu Hotel's Dining Options
While the city is abundant with exotic restaurants, Radisson provides guests the opportunity to experience fine dining without ever leaving the hotel. Our Kathmandu hotel's on-site restaurants add a level of comfort to your stay. Enjoy fine cuisine, casual dining or snacks and a cocktail, all in the comfort of the Radisson.
Our on-site dining options include:
The Fun Café (TFC)
Enjoy cuisine from around the world complemented by a view of the spectacular Waterfall Garden. The Fun Café offers breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets, plus a la carte menu items for those seeking a lighter meal.
Fine dining at Olive Garden is a truly unique experience. Take a culinary journey with delicious Indian, Chinese and Italian dishes while enjoying your comfortable, elegant surroundings.
The Corner Bar
An upscale bar that offers a large array of snacks, drinks and live music, The Corner Bar is one of the best in the city. This is the ideal place to share a drink with friends during your stay at our accommodation in Kathmandu.
Splash Bar and Grill
Splash is a poolside restaurant on the 5th floor terrace of the Radisson Hotel Kathmandu. It provides guests with a panoramic view of the valley and the surrounding mountains. Snacks, lunch and dinner are served here.
The Pastry Shop
One the best places for pastries in town, the Pastry Shop offers fresh-baked snacks, cappuccinos and homemade ice cream.
The Radisson Hotel Kathmandu offers 24-hour in-room dining with a wide selection of dishes. Be sure to take advantage of this excellent service.
Legend has it that the Kathmandu Valley once lay submerged beneath an ancient lake and was made habitable when Bodhisattva Manjushri drained it with a sword blow to the surrounding mountains. True or not, the protected valley, which also shelters the age-old cities of Patan and Bhaktapur, serves as Nepal's center for culture, government, and tourism. Trade, in fact, fashioned Kathmandu, since the city bridged commercial routes between Tibet, northern India, and other eastern lands. Known in olden days as Kantipur, the city's present name refers to a still-extant wooden pagoda built in the 12th century. Malla kings, rulers from the 13th to 18th centuries, brought Kathmandu its highest prosperity and glory. They also initiated the city's greatest period of building, which gave rise to the stunning civic and religious structures around Durbar Square.
In 1769, the Shah dynasty unified the nation's various city-states and took control of Nepal, designating Kathmandu the capital, The country was declared a democracy in 1989, although recent instabilities, especially in the aftermath of the royal family's murder in 2001, are symptomatic of changing politics. Within the city proper are a wealth of antiquities, shrines, and historic architecture, which evoke mesmerized awe from western visitors. Unmissable sites include the Swayambhunath and Boudhanath stupas (imposing shrines for Buddhist relics that are frequented by pilgrims), Hanuman Dhoka (the old palace), Pashupatinath Temple (a Hindu religious complex not open to visitors), and the Patan Museum (a repository for art and artifacts just across the river from Kathmandu).
Freak Street (an affectionate name for Jochne Street), in the 60s and 70s, attracted flower children and expatriates seeking eastern enlightenment; it remains a popular destination. Newer, and favored by tourists, is Thamel, a stylish district north of Durbar Square that offers shopping, hotels, and restaurants. Kathmandu also serves as the locus for tours throughout Nepal, whether they move north into the Himalayas or south into the country's jungles. The city's melting pot of cultures and traditions also gives rise to elaborate holidays and religious events, which are celebrated with fanfare, spectacle, and passion. These festivals grant a window into the lush beauty and allure of Kathmandu, which, although no longer pristine, otherworldly, and set apart from the rest of the civilized world, wears its grandeur and mystery with easy grace and humble self-assurance.
Kathmandu Accommodation near Royal Palace
Located in the heart of the city, the Radisson is adjacent to the Royal Palace and minutes away from many Kathmandu tourist attractions, including Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Hanuman Dhoka. Whether your travel to Kathmandu involves relaxation or business, Radisson is the ideal place to stay. Our hotel is only nine kilometers from Tribhuvan International Airport.
Our Kathmandu accommodation is near many tourist attractions, including:
Bhaktapur Durbar Square (11.8 km)
Built in the 16th and 17th centuries, this square contains a royal palace and many temples constructed in the traditional pagoda style. The golden gate entrance is one of the city's most beautiful architectural structures.
Bouddhanath (5.8 km)
Bouddhanath stupa, (also known as Khasti Chitya) is one of the oldest, largest stupas in the Nepal. A well-known Buddhist pilgrimage location, it is also a UNESCO World Heritage Cultural site.
Changu Narayan Temple (10.5)
This double-roofed temple is said to be the oldest Vishnu temple in Kathmandu Valley. The original temple was built in the 4th century and the present pagoda-style temple was rebuilt in 1702 after it was destroyed by fire.
Hanuman Dhoka (2.3)
Hanuman Dhoka (Hanuman Gate) is the social, religious and urban focal point of Kathmandu. The square is the complex of palaces, courtyards and temples that were built between the 12th and the 18th centuries by the ancient Malla kings of Nepal.
Pashupatinath (3.1 km)
Pashupatinath Temple, regarded as the most sacred temple of Lord Shiva, stands as a symbol of faith, religion, culture and tradition.
Thamel (1.7 km)
One of the most popular Kathmandu tourist attractions, Thamel is a great shopping spot that also offers tourism information and currency exchange. Live music playing in most of the bars and restaurants makes for a lively atmosphere.
The Fun Café, our Kathmandu hotel's all-day restaurant, offers delicious menu items and themed buffets featuring both Western and Asian specialties. This Kathmandu hotel's Olive Garden, a multi-cuisine restaurant specializes in Indian, Chinese and Italian dishes, while the Splash Bar and Grill serves poolside snacks and beverages. The Corner Bar provides exotic cocktails in a relaxing atmosphere. You don't have to leave the hotel to enjoy fine dining at some of the best restaurants in Nepal.
Enjoy Hotel's Full Service and Convenient Location; The Radisson Hotel Kathmandu is conveniently located in Lazimpat, adjacent to the Royal Palace and within walking distance of local attractions, such as Durbar Marg and Thamel. The Radisson offers exceptional amenities, including a rooftop swimming pool, beauty parlor/barber shop, numerous on-site eateries and spacious rooms and suites that offer a level of comfort and style not found at other Kathmandu hotels.