Kathmandu Madhuban Guest House is a modern hotel with a complete set of modern facilities. To get a clearer picture on all the facilities we offer you during your stay, have a look at the following descriptions:
Free internet on modern computers: -
We offer you free use of modern computers that are connected to a fast broadband internet connection. WIFI is also available throughout the entire hotel, so you can bring your laptop/notepad/tablet/mobile with wifi facility and surf the internet from your room, or while sitting on the balcony or the rooftop, in the restaurant or in the lobby.
Airport pickup & parking: -
We offer our guests airport pick up service. Also, there is parking space available for your bike, cycle and (limited space for) private cars. If you're planning to bring transportation, please discuss your plans with us.
Our simple restaurant offers you all kinds of delicious dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Apart from various hot and soft drinks, we can also cater to your desires of local and imported beers and hard drinks.
Rooftop, balconies and lobby: -
There are plenty of opportunities in the hotel to relax. Enjoy reading a book, sit down with friends, or just do nothing! If you climb some stairs, you can enjoy the rooftop which gives you great views on the city and with clear weather even a panorama of the mountain range. On the other hand you can relax on the balcony and view the everyday life movement of people. Inside the lobby there are relaxing couches where you always can sit down, pick a newspaper, read a book from our ‘library’ or watch a movie or international news on our television set.
24 hours security: -
The hotel lies in a very safe area. The main gate has a security guard. During the night the gate and hotel entrances will be locked, but will be opened for guests when necessary.
Hot showers & electricity: -
A water shortage and electricity problem during certain periods is common in Nepal. Even then we provide hot water for a bath and have an inverter backup for lights.
Room cleaning & laundry service: -
Like our guests, we like a clean hotel as well! Your room as well as the hotel itself will be cleaned every day by our cleaning staff. Towels and linen will be changed on guests’ request or on a regular basis. We can also take care of your laundry and dry cleaning at reasonable prices (these costs can be added to your bill).
Free use of our 'library' : -
The hotel has a collection of books that you can use during your stay. There are famous novels by well known authors apart from beautiful picture books of the Himalayas and of course those related to the colourful and diverse cultures of Nepal...
Free luggage storage & safe deposit: -
The hotel has a safe deposit box, were you can store your valuable personal belongings (passport, etc.). While you are on a trip trekking or touring the different parts of the country, you can leave your luggage in our free store.
Telephone, printer: -
You don’t need to leave the hotel for postal & overseas call services. Ask our staff at the front desk for assistance.
Travel arrangements: -
For any (free) travel information and hints regarding places or things of interest to see in the surroundings, you can consult our in-house travel company; both, by walk in and scheduled appointment. We also offer site seeing, trekking, rafting & wildlife safari package deals.
Credit cards & currency exchange: -
We accept Maser and Visa credit cards for your payment (Please note a fee of 3.5% is charged). You can also exchange international currencies into Nepalese Rupees at our reception desk.
Social service support: -
Laxman Aryal, who owns and manages Kathmandu Madhuban Guest House, believes that only proper education can make a real difference in leading one's life towards betterment. He also believes in charity and thinks that individuals should contribute whatever is within their capacity to help in uplifting those less fortunate souls to bring about social change.
Laxman is especially interested in promoting schools in rural areas to help with the education of children in his motherland. He has been donating 5% of the profit made by his guest house to support several public schools in Nepal