The Hub, is a Home Stay which offers affordable and comfortable rooms to stay in peaceful in the heart of Kathmandu. This is an initiative of Volunteer for Change Nepal a non profit organization which provides volunteer placements to int'l students.
The Hub provides perfect Homestay environment for people who want to stay in quiet and peaceful place. At The Hub we have five cozy rooms with homely atmosphere.
We have free WiFi internet and free laundry for our valued guests. We provide a friendly and quiet environment and can organize excursions, activities and onward travel within Nepal.
We are located just behind the Narayanhiti Royal Palace Museum and 15 minutes walk from Thamel. There are several famous restaurants in our neighborhood, some of them are illys, Tings, Roadhouse Cafe, Buzz, Madz, etc. Bhatbhateni the supermarket is 10 min walk.
We also serve authentic Nepali food, tea, coffee to our valued guests. Besides that our guests are allowed to use the kitchen.
We are young Nepali professionals, we have a volunteer organization named Volunteer for Change (VFC), to sustain our non-profit organization we run The Hub-Homestay.
To know about VfC Nepal please go to this link (website hidden).
Mostly Nepali people live in the neighborhood, which is also a great opportunities to foreign nationals to learn, observe about the locals.
We are in the middle of the city, therefore it takes 5-10 minutes to go to major place like Kingsway, Lazimpat and Thamel by walking and right next to the HUB there's taxi stand for the easy convenience.
The hub is a nice and large house. Our room was cosy and clean with a good shower. Breakfast was basic but good. Nice and friendly people that work there. The hub is good value for money!
Our room at the Hub was very clean, comfortable and pleasant, the breakfast was good and the guys who run the Hub were friendly. The place is a bit hard to get to, so it's best to use the directions provided for any taxi drivers.
Very reasonable price, nice clean private room and bathroom, warm quilts and nice pillows, an extremely firm mattress (a little TOO firm for our old bones!). The place was a little hard to find (street names aren't used much in Kathmandu!) but in order to find our way back each night, we just had the taxi driver call them for directions. Taxis were always available by the vegetable stand just round the corner.. The family members we met were very nice, and offered food and brought us lots of tea and drinking water..
This is the final rate, including any fees from the host and Airbnb.