Marriott Kathmandu Hotel is now open


The Property sits in the lap of nature and boasts of an infinity pool

Marriott Kathmandu, a 214-room contemporary hotel in the capital city Kathmandu, combines modern design with local creativity. The elegantly appointed rooms with warm colors add a charm, which is perfectly complemented by caring service. Home to an inviting range of restaurants, the hotel takes a fresh approach to dining experiences. Thamel Kitchen offers multi cuisine offerings while the modern Asian specialty restaurant, Edamame serves contemporary interpretation of Thai, Japanese and Chinese cuisine. Raksi Music Bar and its extension to the waterfall terrace is an amazing option to enjoy the evening, with exotic collection of beverages coupled with great food. The 8000 plus sqft of meeting and banqueting space create the perfect scenery for unforgettable events and conferences. Centered on holistic well-being, the hotel incorporates M-Wellness concept, which includes spa and salon, an outdoor swimming pool and a fully equipped fitness center. The Sprawling banquet hall, Bagmati, that is as perfect for seminars as it is for destination weddings.

The décor is tasteful with local cues everywhere – a thangka painting in the lobby, antique decorations in the lobby area and watercolour painting with local motifs on every floor. Taking cues from traditional architecture, the hotel has an indoor courtyard with water features.

The property offers Comprehensive meeting facilities complemented by expert catering. In short, – the property offers 6 Event Rooms, 8,105 sq ft total Event Space and 600 Capacity Largest Space with 5 Maximum Breakout Rooms.

If you’re looking to explore the city, you couldn’t ask for a more central location to be in. Landmarks such as Durbar Square, Narayanhiti Palace and Pashupatinath Temple are within a 20-minute driving radius of the hotel.

Whether you are here on business or for leisure, the Kathmandu Marriott Hotel is the perfect gateway to this amazing city and the beautiful country beyond it.

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