For several years, Nepal has become a hot destination wedding country. A short flight from Delhi, no passport or visa requirement helps in last minute additions. The best is, you can use Indian Currency INR happily throughout the country, The country possesses Durbars, Temples, Scenic Views, National Parks and worlds heighest Mount Everest. It is a destination worth booking. Following are the attractions:
The Durbars and Temples
This Hindu dominant country is dotted with centuries old ancient religious centers. Especially the Kathmandu Valley, which has the highest density of UNSESCO Cultural World Heritage Sites. From medieval palaces to courtyards to temples, all of these sites boast of exemplary and exquisite Newari architecture that will transport you to the old world.
Luxury Nepalese hotels
Traditionally only afforded by the rich ones in Nepal, the Nepalese five stars and other luxurious hotels have increasingly played hosts to beautiful wedding ceremonies these days. From a colossal fancy hotel situated in the heart of the city to dainty, serene hotels located amidst jungles, the options are endless.
Whether you are looking for a big fat Indian style wedding, a theme wedding, or anelegant and minimalistic wedding, these hotels can easily fill in the shoes, coming up with everything from seat arrangement to cuisine.
Nepal is very rich in terms of topography and biodiversity. Thus, it is home to numerous national parks, wildlife reserves, and conservation areas. These protected regions aren’t only astonishingly beautiful, but also is home to a staggering variety of floras and faunas. Moreover, since these are tourist hotspots, there are several luxurious hotels.
That’s why, these national parks are yet another optimum choice for a destination wedding, if you are a nature lover or want to wed at an unspoiled, beautiful natural place, national parks offer you the best of both worlds.
Following are some hotels were we exercise Destination Weddings in Nepal:
Dwarikas Hotel, Kathmandu
With plenty of character, the Dwarikas Hotel is a unique place to stay in Kathmandu. A traditional Nepalese building that has been converted into a hotel and museum, it has traditional terracotta workings and carved wooden panels that have been preserved to give the feeling of a Nepalese palace.
Radisson Hotel, Kathmandu
Located in the very heart of the Nepalese capital, the Radisson Hotel is perfectly situated for local sightseeing in the city and the surrounding valley. Just a short walk from the palace square, the city center, and the popular shopping center of Thamel, King’s Way, the Radisson offers some of Kathmandu’s luxury delights. The hotel offers spectacular views over Swayambhunath Stupa and on clear days gives great views of the mountains surrounding the Kathmandu Valley.
Hotel Yak & Yeti, Kathmandu
Despite it’s strange name, the Yak & Yeti is a five star luxury hotel set in the Heritage Palace in the center of Kathmandu. Reminiscent of an ancient royal palace, the hotel is surrounded by carefully landscaped gardens dotted with stunning fountains. It also contains an outdoor pool, two full-sized tennis courts, and its own casino.
Gokarna Forest Resort, Kathmandu
If you are looking for a top of the line rural retreat, then the Gokarna Forest Resort is the place to stay. Surrounded by monkey and deer filled forests the hotel sports wicker furniture on its garden terraces giving it that British colonial feeling that makes you want to sit and drink tea with scones.
The Fulbari Resort & Spa, Pokhara
Set in luxurious grounds that offer the mighty Himalayas as a backdrop, the Fulbari offers deluxe rooms with scenic landscape views from their private balconies and a nine-hole golf course that overlooks the Seti River gorge.
Shangri-La Village Resort, Pokhara
Set amidst the magnificence of the Annapurna Mountain Range, the Shangri-La is inspired by traditional Nepalese village architecture with a luxurious twist. The hotel offers spectacular mountain views from all rooms.
Temple Tree Resort & Spa, Pokhara
Set in Lakeside in Pokhara, the Temple Tree Resort & Spa has raised the bar for accommodation in the area, with traditional Himalayan architecture and stunning views of the Annapurna Mountain Range.
Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge, Pokhara
Sitting on a hilltop 300 meters above the spectacular Pokhara Valley, the Tiger Mountain Lodge has a panoramic view of Machapuchare as well as three of the Himalaya’s 8,000 meter plus mountains, Annapurna, Manaslu, and Dhaulagiri. The rooms are bungalows made from hand-cut stone that surround the hilltop.
The Fort Resort, Nagarkot
Designed in Newari brick, the hotel is a delight of grand entrances, winding corridors, and perfectly landscaped gardens that look out on the distant mountain peaks. The main resort hotel has luxurious and dignified rooms that are reminiscent of colonial times, as well as several small luxury cottages nestled in the wooded hillside below the main resort. The cottages are inlaid with wooden beams and decorated with reliefs and sculptures, and all include rustic, wood-burning furnaces for that romantic setting.
Taj Meghauli Serai, Chitwan
Lying on the banks of the Rapti River, on the edge of the Chitwan National Park, the Taj Meghauli is a luxury resort hotel that features a swimming pool, fitness center, games rooms, a library, and luxury bar and restaurant that overlooks the river. With a backdrop of spectacular jungle and Terai landscapes, the Taj Meghauli offers some of the most amazing adventures in Nepal, from wildlife safaris to see the Bengal tigers and indigenous rhinos to elephant safaris and river canoeing. A great place to set as a base for exploring the Chitwan National Park, the Taj Meghauli is the height of luxury in the jungle wilderness of the Terai region.
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