The Dwarika's Hotel emerged out of a family’s quest to preserve the unique architectural and cultural heritage of Nepal.
The Dwarika’s Hotel emerged out of a family’s quest to preserve the unique architectural and cultural heritage of Nepal. Dwarika Das Shrestha and his family created the Dwarika’s Hotel out of original architectural wooden masterpieces, which the family saved from destruction. The hotel delivers an unparalleled atmosphere due to its century old restored masterpieces and makes its guest dive into the rich culture of the Nepal.
Located near the international airport Dwarika’s Hotel is walking distance of the most sacred Hindu temple, Pashupatinath and a ten minute drive from the heart of the city.
Dwarika’s Hotel is home to 83 meticulously designed rooms and suites, offering a regal experience comparable to the royal suites of the 14th century Malla kings of Nepal. Each room is unique in character, combining modern amenities with antique period furniture.
The signature restaurant at The Dwarika’s Hotel, Krishnarpan has a fame of its own. A specialty Nepali Restaurant in a historic and beautiful setting, an evening at Krishnarpan takes you into the exotic cultures of Nepal, and is a token of an ancient civilization. Prepared with fresh organic vegetables and grains straight from the Dwarika’s own farms, Krishnarpan takes you on a fascinating voyage through the cuisines, communities and regions of a remarkable land.
Toran is the Multi-cuisine restaurant where you can dine in the beautiful Dwarika’s courtyard or in the atmospheric restaurant. Mako’s is the hotels Japanese restaurant and takes its name from its host, Mako-san, who has had over thirty years of culinary experience. Offering an intimate Japanese fine dining experience, serving lunch and dinner, every meal at Mako’s is fresh, organic and healthy, Be it her signature Tempuras or specialty Green Tea Ice-cream, a meal at Mako’s is one to savor.
Unwind in the cozy surroundings of the poolside bar, for aperitifs, cocktails, cigars and more accompanied by an array of snacks can be enjoyed in the Fusion Bar while every Friday a special Nepali BBQ at Fusion Bar & Pool side boasts live cooking stations. The Lumbini Lounge is public sitting area for our in-house guest where they can read newspapers and books and relax and enjoy one of two fire places in the winter time while in the early evening, guests are treated to a culture program including Nepalese dances and instrumental music in the courtyard.
The Pancha Kosha Himalayan Spa, an integral part of the hotel drawing on the ancient Ayurvedic philosophic & Buddhist medicine offers a variety of unique and exclusive spa treatments. The yoga centre is open to entire guests who are interested in practising step-by-step methods of Yoga with morning sessions located on top of the Ram Palace building.
For those needing to burn off some energy, the Das Gym is the fitness centre located in the hotel premises and the swimming pool is reminiscent of the 12th century Malla dynasty baths that were fit for kings.