Places to visit in kathmandu Valley

Explore Kathmandu

We are located in the hustling bustling city center of Kathmandu, with a square kilometer of the Basantapur Durbar Square, within 2 kms of Swoyambunath stupa, and about 6kms from the International & Domestic Airport. The Garden of dreams is ½ a km away and an oasis garden within Thamel, along with the Chaya Complex and QFX movie theatres being within a 5 minute walking distance. The Roadhouse hotel is surrounded by many options of cafes, and nightlife, and live music, and is a hidden getaway when you want to come back after a day of touring to relax and rejuvenate.

Asad 15th – A day to remember

There is something special about Asad

Who says you cannot travel during the Monsoon?


Buddha Jayanti

A day of great importance and significance
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Nepal Architectural Heritage

Hotel Roadhouse – A noteworthy endeavor to preserve and promote Nepal’s Architectural Heritage
Bisket Jatra


A time for great celebrations, making of new resolutions, execution of surreal jatras, and social unity- The Nepali New Year.

Unravel Thamel - 5 Places not to miss

Enjoy unraveling Thamel and return back to your comfort zone: The Hotel Roadhouse

Fagu Punhi

The beginning of the festival of colors, or Holi, starts a week before the day of celebrations in Nepal.
Executive Director


Our Executive Director has her say on #BalanceForBetter, her lifestyle and Hotel Roadhouse.

Unravel Thamel

Thamel exudes versatility and diversity in all that it holds.
Maghe Sankranti

Maghe Sankranti

Getting ready to welcome warmer days
Basantapur Durbar Square

Basantapur Durbar Square

The valley’s living heritage

Kaal Bhairav

Kaal Bhairav, the fifth embodiment of Lord Shiva is one of the less talked about monuments in Kathmandu Durbar Square. Located in the premises of the Hanuman Dokha, it is known to be the most fiercest manifestation of Shiva.

The Peacock Window

Kathmandu valley has a long and robust relationship with wooden crafts. The valley and the name itself comes from an old building made completely out of wood.

Yomari Punhi

Yomari Punhi is a harvest festival celebrated by the Newari people. As the name Punhi (full moon) suggests, it is observed every year during the full moon of December. The festival is named after the famous fresh harvested rice confection, Yomari.