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The accommodation is very well presented - although you will have alot of steps to your room if the chalet right at the end like mine! The have a money exchange desk and souvenir shop (although latter was closed when I was there overnight). Food was excellent and staff very attentive.
We were only here for a short time, as we arrived in the evening and then had to leave early in the morning, so didn't get to see the views from the hotel. However, the CD seemed OK. The room was a decent size, but the cleaning could have been better. We had a meeting in one of the public rooms, and the food provided was good. Overall, I was a little disappointed compared to reviews I had read, but thought that it looked OK.
The training that we conducted was organized at this hotel, giving us a chance to see the beautiful hills of Dhulikhel, at least from a distance. The place is very popular with tourists. It has several meetings rooms for groups like ours. My room was spacious and comfortable, although probably not very well cleaned as I found a piece of clothing from a previous guest and some hair in the bathtub. The towels also need to be changed soon. Food was alright but not great and service was very courteous. The resort is quite close to the road and so if you are a light sleeper, try to ask for a room that is farther from the road to avoid hearing the trucks that travel through the highway.
This hotel in located in the mountains outside Kathmandu near the village of Dhulikhel and with beautiful mountain views. The rooms are splayed along the hillsides on several levels. Rooms are spacious and nicely appointed. There can be a lot of walking up steps, depending on where your room is, so take that into consideration. Staff is super helpful and friendly. Dinner and breakfast buffets were quite good. I noticed that one reviewer mentioned the noise from the buses on the road, but I found the funny little "horn" noise they made to be charming.
The setting is beautiful and most of the rooms are facing the Himalayas. The rooms are being renovated and some are already done. The resto has a terrace with good views.Food is great and the garden is nice. However we hear trucks passing and honking on the road below. Wifi is slow. Overall a good stay but can be better after full renovation is complete.
We were in Hyatt Kathmandu for 4 days and moved to Dhulikhel for 2 days. We were with no expectation, but Dhulikhel Mountain Resort staff were amazingly good!!!! We liked the simplicity of the place and surroundings.
The hotel is slightly uphill off the roadway. The staff was friendly and helpful. The rooms were large and clean. The showers were great. The food was delicious. I had an excellent veggie burger. The grounds were pretty with lots of flowers. Not a lot to do in the area, but it was a nice place to stay for our last day in Nepal. There was a/c and heat. There were basic bathroom amenities like soap, shampoo, toothbrush and toothpaste etc. There was also a tea kettle for tea or coffee. WiFi was slow but useable.
The resort is situated at the top of a hill, so be prepared to traverse a lot of stairs during your stay. They’re worth it - the views of the valley are breathtaking, even when the “fog” (read: poor air quality of Nepalese valleys) is in. Rooms are old, a little worn, but in good condition considering the environment DMR operates in. The prior reports of a temporary restaurant are now out of date - the restaurant provides a delicious dinner and breakfast service. The patio outside the bar is lovely too. WiFi is a little hit-or-miss in the rooms - so if that’s a big consideration for you, make sure to tell the reception desk it’s a must. There’s a repeater in Room 411, and the closer to reception you are, the stronger. The staff is eager to make guests happy and are delightful.
Even out of season, the resort is stunning. Every room offers great views onto the valley. Even though we did not see the Himalayas snow capped peaks, it was ever so atmospheric to see the clouds swirling around. The temporary restaurant offered good food.
We stayed in one of the spacious rooms in resort. The room we are in was just renovated and painted. Only the material used was from low quality. The view from the room over to the mountains is spectaculair is there are no cloud. In our case we were not so lucky as there were many clouds. The renovation is still ongoing, all related to the 2015 earthquake. So at day time there is a lot of noise. Hopefully the renovation will not take too long. The staff is very friendly and the gardens around the complex are well maintained. The restaurant is also temporary as they are building a new restaurant as the old one was damaged during the earthquake. The breakfast was ‘ok’. It has all the potential, but the products they use are average. Example, the croissants are not made from the right French pastry and the fresh orange juice is from a bottle. The diner was better. Much more choices and taste was good.
Dhulikhel Mountain Resort is located 6.2 mi (10 km) from Budol View Tower and 11.5 mi (18.5 km) from Namobuddha Monastery. This 42-room, 3-star hotel has a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.
The 42 accommodations feature sitting areas. Guests can expect to find cable TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Rooms also include coffee makers.
At Dhulikhel Mountain Resort, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and a terrace. You can take advantage of free parking, along with an airport shuttle for a fee. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with securing valuables, luggage storage, and tours or tickets. Additional amenities include laundry facilities, a garden, and barbecue grills.