Dusit has signed an agreement
with Hotel Lhasa International to develop and operate
a Dusit Princess hotel in Kathmandu, the second Dusit-branded
hotel set to open in Nepal.
Scheduled to open in Q3 2020, the 108-room hotel
will be located in the
capitalís vibrant Lazimpat neighbourhood. The area is home to
various international institutions and is just a short walk from
the bustling eateries and shops of Thamel.
International Airport and major cultural attractions such as
Kathmandu Durbar Square, Boudhanath Stupa, and the Swayambhunath Stupa
are around 20 minutes away by car.
will include an all-day dining restaurant, outdoor swimming pool
and pool bar, a rooftop lounge-bar, fitness centre, spa, and meeting
delighted to partner with Hotel Lhasa International Pvt. Ltd. to
bring our unique brand of Thai-inspired gracious hospitality to
Kathmandu for the first time,Ē said Mr Lim Boon Kwee, Chief
Operating Officer, Dusit International. ďSurrounded by popular
cultural attractions, centuries-old religious sites, several
embassies and major businesses, Dusit Princess Kathmandu is
perfectly positioned to link guests with everything this
fascinating city has to offer. We now look forward to delivering a
hotel experience that delights on all fronts while providing
sustainable value to all our stakeholders.Ē
Dusit Princess Kathmandu, Nepal is the second property
Dusit International has signed in Nepal. The Dusit Thani
Himalayan Resort & Spa, a mountaintop resort in Nepalís
central region, is slated to open in Q1 2021.
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