Many travelers have a misconception that travelling to Nepal during the monsoon season isn’t worthwhile and enjoyable. Similarly, some believe that there aren’t adequate riveting activities to experience in Nepal at this time of the year. However, many are oblivious of the fact that a visit during the monsoon can be extremely worthwhile and enjoyable if one is aware of the various enthralling activities they can be a part of.
Here is a compact list of things you can do and activities you can enjoy if you land up in Nepal during the time when its bustling streets are soaked by rain showers.
After a long day of exploring the city while it is rainy and humid at the same time you deserve a place where you can come back and wind down. “Hotel Roadhouse”, a four floored boutique hotel, situated in the heart of the vivacious Thamel, is the correct and economic option to choose while you are in Nepal. The hotel is a tribute to the ancient Newari culture and heritage and is the finest blend of modern and ancient. The façade of the hotel showcases the ancient Newari construction, while the interiors of the hotel is filled with contemporary and modern day amenities. The exterior of the hotel is styled and built up using bricks (a design rarely seen outside of Nepal), along with deftly carved wood work. The Road House hotel is an ode to the rich Newari Architecture and is a remarkable attempt to preserve and bring back such exquisite architectural designs back, while blending it seamlessly into the modern style of living.
The rooms here are divided into three categories; Deluxe, Premium and Suites. All rooms are equipped with modern day comforts and all extremely well furnished. Guests are welcome to choose their room type according to their needs and preferences. Staff members here are well trained, hospitable, and are always looking forward to help you have an overwhelmingly memorable stay.
Ergo, you can undoubtedly travel to Nepal during the monsoon season and can have an amazing stay at the Hotel Roadhouse. However you should abide by the following unwritten rules if you are planning to travel to Nepal during this time of the year;