Enjoy this very comfortable flat, quietly nested between two quiet courtyards, just off Swotha Square and Patan Durbar sq. right in the heart of the beautiful historical Patan. It is a very romantic cocoon or just a wonderful base to explore the area. Perfect as well for a consulting mission (big desk)
“A first visit to Kathmandu, I wasn't sure what to expect as far as accommodations. The Cosynepal properties are such a diamond in the rough. From their friendly pick up service at the airport which drives you right to their front door, to the exceptional housekeeping who do an amazing job, to the staff that feel more like welcoming friends. Let me tell you, the house dogs featuring Yohni, the two Rotties, the puppies and and little white fluffy girl named Puhn Dar, they have become part of my Nepal story and I cherish the time I got to spend with them each and every day. Waking up to the sounds of dogs below and hearing the temple and shrine bells, you can't put a price on something like that. Truly beautiful experience. Sidenote: If Puhn Dar ever needs a home, and isn't afraid to travel I would absolutely love to adopt her and take her home with me. Seriously!!! LOVE her!!! Also a couple things worth mentioning, Wifi was spotty or completely down 3 of the 5 nights I was there. Not the biggest deal in the world, but I try to keep my reviews as honest as I can. Positives also worth mentioning that I have not yet, super water pressure, great hot water, great bed, also liked the shared kitchen space with complimentary washing machine. Yep, you shouldn't hesitate with this one. It's truly a one of a kind.”
Luxurious, peaceful accommodation near the historic city of Patan. 2-15 mins walk to cafés, bars, attractions, offices in Sanepa, Kupondole, and Jawalakhel. 24/7 electricity, hot shower & 50Mbps internet. Equipped kitchen with cooking fuel and in-house laundry. Travel advice from personal experiences + logistics support. Books, maps on Nepal.
“Overall a great stay. The highlights were the staff and the good wifi. Location wise it for me it was ideal just behind UN House - a 2-3 minute walk. The breakfasts was really good, you have a choice of a communal table or outside in the garden. It was cold during my stay so Jason gave me a gas heater which heated up the room really well. Jason has lots of local knowledge and provided me with some great tips. Travel is his business and he and his team work very hard on behalf of their customers. The only down side was a neighbour's yapping dog which woke me early most mornings. Bring ear plugs.”
Newly restored traditional Newari Home situated in a lively neighborhood and street in Patan which is an ideal location to explore the harmony of the local life. Guest will have the pleasure to enjoy fine traditional ambience with comfort and luxury. It has nicely decorated studios with a comfortable double bed. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), and big groups.
“Booked a special bed and breakfast in Kathmandu city center for three days. According to the Airbnb address, the driver navigated in English, the tour guide called the hotel owner, and after traveling for an hour in the narrow street, he could not find it. The owner rode a bicycle to greet him. I followed the walk on the ground, and the owner of the red dress also looked back to see if I had lost it. On the way, I saw temples everywhere. The local elderly women were sitting in the street and basking in the sun, and came to the hotel. There was a strong loft folk customs at the door. I checked in and found that there are people from various countries around the world. The boss brought the luggage to the room. The stairs are so beautiful. There is a cozy little bookstore on the first floor. There is a hall in the room. The floor area is large. After 5 minutes, the boss personally gave me a milk tea. The taste is unique. I have never drank it before. There is also a freshly made five-fried omelette, sprinkled with salt and pepper on it. Biscuits, this enthusiastic service is really commendable. In retrospect, I just came to the Nepalese tour guide and gave us an orange wreath to welcome us. I just arrived in Pokhara to welcome The person who picks up will immediately send orange juice as a welcome when getting off the bus. The boss brought some maps and attraction brochures after 5 minutes, and told me the surrounding attractions and routes with an authentic Southeast Asian English accent. He also personally himself The black route was marked, not only the service was in place, but the room was comfortable and quiet. The boss also took me out in the next day, fearing that I could not find the way home. This place is very close to Durbar Square and it is easy to walk , The boss will also deliver me meals to the room every morning and night, it is worth recommending!”