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We thoroughly enjoyed our few days at Newa Chen. The location is just a couple of minutes walk from the beautiful Durbur Square in Patan, which has all of the beauty but was much less touristy than Bhaktapur or Kathmandu. It's a great base to...More
This Nawari restored house was transformed into a hotel. The hotel is managed extremely well by a family that put lot of attention to details. Very nice and honest people. Great hospitality, comfort and right next to the square in the small alleys of Patan....More
Newa Chén is not a place to be if you're tall. It's designed for the middle ages, and it's wonderful. Dark wood, a calm courtyard, perfectly friendly staff, an oasis of calm in the middle (2 minutes from the Durbar) of Patan. If you don't...More
We loved Newa Chen in Patan, Kathmandu. The charm and authenticity of this UNESCO World Heritage site is what immediately greets you as you walk in through the historically accurate small entrance (mind your head!). The family that runs it has your interests at heart...More
Newa Chen is a refurbished Newari house in the center of Patan (Lalitpur).
Although it may not have the same facilities as a modern hotel, we loved to stay there. It's one of the Hotels we liked more in our trip to Nepal.