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Perched atop Namche Bazar Hill, Panorama Lodge and Restaurant offers rooms with mountain views and free Wi-Fi. A 5-minute walk from the Saturday Market, the eco-friendly lodge has its own restaurant. Located along the trek to Mount Everest, Panorama Lodge is 500 metres from the National Park Museum. Tenzing Hillary Airport or Lukla Airport is 13 km from the lodge. Each room features an electric bed warmer, wardrobe and seating area. Private bathroom comes with a shower, toilet and running hot water. Guests have access to a 24-hour reception, which offers luggage storage facilities. Local and European cuisines are served at Panorama Restaurant. The closest airport is Tenzing Hillary Airport 25 km away.
Pros: Loved our stay and the delicious Tibetan Bread at breakfast. The views of Namche were so beautiful. Friendly Staff!
Pros: Location was ok
Cons: The property although had a nice common area, the room we had was basic. The property also placed extra costs onto the bill which made the property more expensive than expected
Pros: Unlimited hot showers and heating pads on beds . Nicely decorated with warm wood trimmed walls . Yummy Sherpa specialty food . Potato pancake with yak butter . Buff chili. Buff momos . Fresh carrot juice and great hot chocolate and Italian espresso . Hot lemon honey really soothed our aching kumbhu coughs after ebc. Great view . Near the Everest museum and school
Cons: It’s at the top so has a great view of the whole town . It’s a bit of a walk up from main town but worth it for the panoramic peaceful view .
Pros: the location and the view (Panorama¡)
Pros: It is truly amazing to find these amenities at altitude! We splurged and stayed in the Holiday Home room. Hot shower with good water pressure. Clean bathroom. Comfortable bed with electric blanket. Friendly family that runs the place. Delicious hot chocolate. Located higher up on the ridge so quieter location than being in the middle of town. We stayed here twice during our trek and I would highly recommend it. Believe me, a bit of luxury goes a long way up in the mountains!
Cons: Nothing. Everything was perfect.
Pros: Very clean and nice view of Namche ! The owner is also very nice and helpful. Don’t hesitate to book your stay there !
Pros: Location is great , people is fantastic
Pros: Very polite staff. Tasty food. Clean and comfortable rooms with WC and hot shower.
When you stay at Hotel Khangri in Namche Bazar, you'll be 6 minutes by foot from Mount Everest Documentation Center. Featured amenities include wired Internet access (surcharge), luggage storage, and laundry facilities.
Pros: The most quiet and peaceful place for the entire track to the base camp. Very cozy, like a home. In the heart of Namche. I lived 4 nights, do not want to leave. Good room with a huge bed and toilet. Thanks for all!
Pros: Very clean, central, very nice staff
Pros: I really recommend this place. First of all the Staff is amazing. They are very polite and helpful. Everyone. Do you want to organize trekking, transportation or everything ? Thay will help you. The rooms are very clean and warm. The best stay during whole trekking. If you are tired after trekking there is no better place to rest. We have stayed for 2 nights when going up and one night when going down. The shower is clean, proper and hot. It is not bucket shower as at the most places. It is proper western shower. Charging your devices is indeed free. Additionally you can make there laundry (they know how to handle with merino wool) and leave unnecessary luggage in deposite. Food is also great. The portions are smaller than you are used to eat in mountains but very testy. It is pleasure to eat there after some time in mountains. Some people say it is too expensive. It is more expensive than most of the places you will find but the standard is great so it is very valuable. For sure I will stay there next time.
Cons: Everything was fine
Pros: The staff was incredibly accomodating. I made a mistake when I first booked and they responded so quickly to let me change them. The food was delicious and the beds are really comfy. The location in Namche is very central to cafes and shops. It’s a family owned business and very clean. The blankets provided in the beds are really warm. This is an amazing place for two nights in Namche and a great rest place for your second acclimization day. Can’t recommend t enough.
Cons: More like tips not anything wrong, since it was the same basically the entire trek to EBC, but bring your own soap, wet wipes and toilet paper. WiFi gets a bit spotty since it is the mountain still.
Pros: Staffs are very helpful, room is clean. Location is perfect. They gave me room with nice view.
Cons: I ordered curry with rice for my dinner,but there were only cabbage on it. All in all,they should've improve their restaurants quality. Plus, I wish they could provide guess with sprayer in the toilet/restroom or a bucket.
Pros: Absolutely love the free WiFi except that connection in the rooms aren’t as strong as the dining hall. Rooms were surprisingly warmer than the corridor. Variety of food offered on the menu was a plus! We had hot shower and it felt so goood but make sure to bring your own hairdryer lest you’ll have to pay extra for that.
Cons: The corridors get really really cold.
Pros: When you are in the hotel, you are part of the family and the staff take care you like family as well, make sure you get the room at the sunny side, than 100% you will have a greate time there
Pros: Very good food Warm and clean rooms
Cons: Expensive compared to the rest of lodges. No option to cancel the reservation. Did not offer the option of a free cold shower, 400 rupees for a hot one
When you stay at NAMCHE HOTEL in Namche Bazar, you'll be 5 minutes by foot from Mount Everest Documentation Center. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, luggage storage, and laundry facilities.
Pros: We had the same good experience on the way back home.
Pros: The best option in Namache. Very friendly people, nice kittchen.
Pros: If you are worried about reserving a room at Namche, don't be. There are plenty of lodges you can stay in up here. I was worried about it and ended up paying $60.00 for this room, but could have stayed at an unlisted lodge (same quality) for $5. Overall, Hotel Namche was good, but not really better than other lodges or the extra money. But, if you are going during the high season like October, it "might" be better to reserve a space.
Cons: If you are worried about reserving a room at Namche, don't be. There are plenty of lodges you can stay in up here. I was worried about it and ended up paying $60.00 for this room, but could have stayed at an unlisted lodge (same quality) for $5. Overall, Hotel Namche was good, but not really better than other lodges or the extra money. But, if you are going during the high season like October, it "might" be better to reserve a space.
Pros: Room was warm!
Cons: WiFi was bad.
Pros: The room was comfortable and the bathroom far more better than what I had seen before in the aerea
Cons: It could have more than one plug in the twin room and a mat iutside the bathroom tube
Pros: Nice staff. Good location.
Cons: Ran into problems with the hot showers 2 times during our stay. They let us use the public hot shower but still annoying. The paid wifi was very slow and not workable in room.
Pros: Really friendly and professionally run. The super deluxe rooms at $50 B&B are great value for a large room with en suite bathroom inc towels, loo paper and shower gel, plenty of properly hot water, an electric blanket and plugs in room for charging.
Pros: The standard double bed room has its own bathroom with a shower included. Hot shower is free.
Cons: More expensive than many other available options. The hot shower is not as hot as many other places.
Pros: Raj and his team looked after us well during our 2 night stay at the lodge. The food was really good, and the daal bhat was excellent and there was loads of it. The se1 breakfast option was very filling, tasty, and good value.
Pros: Outstanding and helpful staff! The lodge has great views of the mountains from the rooms with enclosed bathrooms. Easy to find on the main street in Lukla, good cooking in the attached restaurant.
Cons: The shower drain did not work in one of our rooms and the bathroom door was difficult to close due to the bedding on one of the beds being in the way.
Pros: Rajendra-owner very friendly and helpful. Perfect location. Good food. Hot shower
Cons: Sometimes cold
With a stay at Buddha Lodge in Lukla, you'll be within the region of Mount Everest Documentation Center and Tengboche Monastery. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Located in Lukla, Yeti Mountain Home is within the region of Mount Everest Documentation Center and Tengboche Monastery. Featured amenities include a business center, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage.
Pros: Electric blanket and the comfort bed. Nice Dining Room.
Cons: The manager attitude ! The first conversation to me was: "Did you know the room charge !" The Bath room wall tiles were broken and cracked! Shower tube leakage!!
Pros: Clean room, electric sheets, thoughtful decor, great location.
Cons: The 'manager' of this particular hotel was brutish, even thugish. Booked my stay online for a price, then after 8hrs of trekking, insisted on another price. Owners would not like his representation...
Pros: I came to write, work on a seminar. Staff was very friendly. Upon leaving I had the assistance of a very fine gentleman who helped me out in more ways than imaginable especially when I returned to Lukla on my way back to KTM. For meeting him alone I am thankful that I stayed at YGH,
Cons: I was the only guest for the 3 days I stayed. Food: USD20.00 per meal. Recommended, go outside for meals (to which I concurred). The room was extremely cold. I had to ask for a thermos of hot water. Tea was available upon request, yet staff was sometime not to be found. I was locked out the first night and had to alert the manager who happened outside his room to an adjacent room. Manager checked the next to nights that I was in my room before securing the building.