Kathmandu (Nepal): Outstanding luxury and traditional hospitality fused with the splendors of delightful culinary arts along with modern amenities is what Hotel Kutumba offers.
Founded in 2019, the Hotel Kutumba celebrates the legacy of the heritage of Patan, reflected in the architecture, landscaping and delectable cuisine.
Situated in the heart of Lalitpur, in a serene area of Bakhundol, just 6.8 km away from Kathmandu International Airport and near the legendary heritages, the hotel symbolizes the craft and passions of traditional art setting the true inspiration for its quests.
“Kutumba is a boutique hotel that truly reflects Nepali arts and culture and focuses on family environment,” says its proprietor Sanjay Prajuli.
A sojourn at the hotel enables the valued guests to get excess to Khumbeshwar temple (1.8 km), Golden temple (2km), Patan Durbar Square (2.1km) and Krishna Mandir (2.1 Km).
The hotel offers the coveted two executive suites, two junior suites, 16 deluxe rooms, and two standard rooms. Each of the rooms is well equipped with original artwork, handcrafted pottery, Nepali carpet along with a comfortable and spacious seating area and generous amenities.
Kutumba has Arghya fine dine, the name comes from ‘Sanskrit’ which means ‘offering to the gods.’ It serves Nepali, Oriental and Continental dishes with special focus on local and organic foods.
From the rooftop Kutumba Lounge bar, the panoramic view of not the only Himalayas but also the whole sight of Kathmandu valley can be seen with a selection of delicious choices of beverage and cuisine. The Coffee Greeha offers a variety of high-quality Nepali organic tea and coffee. It has a hall called Manjyshree with a maximum capacity of 70 persons that is suitable for meetings, seminars, and workshops.
The hotel facilities include free airport pick up, safe deposit lockers, housekeeping, and doctor on call, elevator, parking, and free Wi-Fi and 24-hour front desk.
Hotel Kutumba symbolizes the crafts and passions of traditional art setting the true inspiration for its guests. We look forward to welcoming you to Hotel Kutumba.
Posted by Hotel Kutumba on Wednesday, 29 May 2019
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