The Amadablam Hotel, situated in Gaushala at a distance of one kilometre of Nepal’s sole international airport, started its services from Monday.
The hotel was inaugurated by Minister of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Anand Prasad Pokharel amid a function, as per a press statement.
Build at an estimated cost of Rs. 250 million , the hotel is soon acquiring star ratings for its quality of service.
The hotel is conveniently located for travellers, offering easy connectivity to the airport as well as main tourist locations in the Kathmandu Valley.
The hotel has 62 well-appointed rooms, out of which 30 are Superior Rooms and the remaining 27 are Deluxe . It also has 5 Presidential Suties.
Other amenities inside the hotel include Seminar Hall, Cafe , a cosy restaurant and has spa/gym facilities .