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Reviewed 2 September 2012

This hotel looks old. Situated in the heart of the Kathmandu city. Limited breakfast food choice at lobby cafe. Comfortable and spacious room and good wifi connection. But very noisy in the morning because the housekeeping staffs keep talking with each other and the wall is very thin. The bed and pillows were a little hard but the ambience of the room is good. Good location and comfortable stay. Good value.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled on business
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Thank dumpling4
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Reviewed 1 September 2012

i had gone for a summer break to Katmandu with my wife & 3years old daughter for 3 nights from 4th july to 7th July,2012.Always thought that Radisson would be a good choice but was disappointing.The rooms was nice & food was also good.The worst was the staff at the restaurant who would turn down even your small requests .The casino at the basement level was a nightmare.The food served over there was the worst you can ever think off and you can never imagine anything worse than that. We had taken an all meal plan in which our dinner was at the casino which we were never able to have and spent a lot in eating out.They also allowed children in the casino where there was lot of smoke & also there were dancers dressed poorly and people throwing money at them.( i was just thinking if this is a part of radisson hotel ).However the roof top restaurant near the pool was really awesome.Would suggest please do not even think of going if you want to go to nepal for casino.If you book here make sure all your meals are in the restaurant near the entrance lobby.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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2  Thank gaurav s
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Reviewed 28 August 2012

The rooms and ambiance in the hotel are great.
We had a restful and good stop-over in Kathmandu on route to other destinations in Nepal.
One little problem: We had bought domestic airline tickets from a local agency. When they showed up to get their payment Radisson staff were unfriendly and hostile towards the person from the agency. When we asked if we could please use one of the hotels phoneline (landline) we were told bluntly - no way. I asked to speak to the manager and wanted to enquiere why the hotel would not help so we could pay for our airline tickets. The staff did not care and my questions were not answered.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled on business
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Thank THEDANE72
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Reviewed 28 August 2012

I arrived at the hotel around mid-morning - pickup from the airport was arranged by the hotel...though the car provided had seen much better days (no AC).

The hotel is located right in the heart of the city. Though not a very large hotel, the setup is quite clean and comfy. Room provided was small with an old-world charm to it. AC worked but belonged to an ancient age.

Stayed around 3 days for a business trip. Standard breakfast buffet served. Didn't order any room service.

The venue for the event has been done up quite well with good lighting and sound systems- we had a 120+ attendance and though the room was sufficient, the projector screen provided were not enough. Thankfully, the hotel was quick to arrange an additional screen as well as adjust the seating and layout for maximum viewing.

On my last day, I visited the Narayanhiti Palace as well as the Pashupatinath Temple. The palace has a modern touch and quite a nice refresher after broken castles and dungeons. The temple was very crowded, as it was the holy season, but managed to get the 'darshan' (blessings of the god).

If you have time to catch dinner in the city do visit the Bhanchha Ghar – they have an evening dance performance highlighting the various dances of the region followed by a traditional Nepalese cuisine (ask for the special evening package).

The city in itself, even though the capital, is currently in a bad state. A lot of work is going on for improving roads and infrastructure but the lanes are narrow - it feels like one is in a small hill station.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled on business
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Thank NamCooper
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Reviewed 20 August 2012

The hotel is nice, but not safe.
I spent one week with my 2 daughters in this hotel. We had time to visit kathmandu from this hotel well located. We wera happy to stay here.
But, at the end of our stay, i discover that employees had stolen cash in my luggages...

It's always a very bad surprise. First time in my life in a five star hotel !!!

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
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5  Thank ALAIN M
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