Got tired of the dust and pollution in the Kathmandu? Wanna take a break and spend some time far from the crowd? Was visiting in Bhaktapur and want to stay there, couldn’t find the place which could impress you? Want some place to reside which gives you the feeling like that of your own home? Then the best destination for you will be “Hari’s Home, Your Home in Bhaktapur”.
With an aim to develop the tourism and to give a true impression to the guest Hari’s Home is a new and a perfect destination for anyone. Hari’s home is located in a quiet Newari residential area in Suryavinayak, Bhaktpur, you can reach there in just ten minutes walk from the world heritage site .i.e. Bhaktapur Durbar Square.
If you want to go hotel directly from the International Airport in Kathmandu then you can hire a cab and check into Hari’s Home travelling approximately 9 Kilometers. Hari’s Home indeed is a new milestone in the field of hospitality service, pioneered in early 2016 but have the arts and crafts that represent the ancient time.
Hari’s Home is carved and decorated with classic ambience where one can enjoy the taste with various dishes ranging from Continental/ American breakfast to the typical Nepali Lunch/ Dinner suiting your budget. Staying in Hari’s Home is not only defined by its reasonable price the services and the hospitality it provides to the guests are also mentionable. As it is operated by well experienced hospitality experts it gives variety of services proving it different than others.
Highlights of Hari’s Home:
10 well appointed rooms (6 Standard, 2 Deluxe & 2 Suite rooms, with attached bathrooms)
Lobby with classic ambience for relaxing, reading books, enjoying documentaries, serving the drinks or chat with others,
Techno- friendly rooms with Wi-Fi reading the full signal,
Postal Service and luggage storage and safe deposit,
Morning Yoga Practice and Evening Cultural Walk,
Terrace to view the Mountain and the Bhaktapur City and many more…
For Reservation and details:
Hari Shyam Shrestha: +977- 9851171974
Bishnu Keshari Shrestha: +977- 9841520863
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