What began as one mans passion to conserve Nepalese art heritage has become a superb hotel and museum to Nepal’s cultural history, the perfect place for guests to acclimatise to the way of life in this strange land
The hotel beautifully incorporates original wood works that are centuries old, a living example of how cultural restoration and tourism can complement each other.
With 83 rooms and suites, each capturing quality and luxury. All the upholstery is hand woven and locally produced, complete with organic linen, in true tradition of the Napali earthy lifestyle. The location of Dwarika’s is ideal for dining and exploration; the in-house dining and bar are thriving with culinary delights and a buzzing atmosphere.