Hyatt Place Kathmandu – Hyatt’s second hotel in Nepal


Hyatt Place Kathmandu, the second Hyatt-branded hotel in Nepal, has opened, expanding the Hyatt Place brand’s footprint globally in markets that matter most to guests and World of Hyatt members. It is located in the lively city of Kathmandu, set in a valley surrounded by the beautifully scenic Himalayan mountains. Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, is steeped in rich history, long associated with ancient traditions and a vibrant culture.

The hotel is only a short two-and-a-half-mile (four-kilometer) journey from the bustling city center and its attractions, which include many World Heritage sites like the remarkable ancient temple, Swayambhunath Stupa, and the sacred Hindu temple in Pashupatinath. For those looking for some retail therapy, the hotel is close to several popular shopping centers including New Road, Thamel and Durbar Marg.

“As Kathmandu continues to be a sought-after spot for both business and leisure travelers, we are excited to add to the momentum of the thriving city by welcoming the first Hyatt Place to Nepal in this truly unique capital city, which is bursting with history and cultural traditions,” said General Manager Varun Talwar. “With our smartly designed social spaces and guestrooms with separate work and sleep areas, our multitasking guests can easily accomplish what they need to do while on the road.”

Hyatt Place Kathmandu offers: 

  • 153 spacious guestrooms with separate spaces to sleep, work and play, as well as a Cozy Corner sofa-sleeper
  • Breakfast Bar featuring an inviting selection of hot and cold items to suit all guests’ needs
  • Zing World of Flavors delivers good food, fast, combining local and worldly ingredients with bold tastes from South-East Asia with some Italian-Mediterranean options.
  • Zing Sky Bar & Lounge is an energetic poolside venue with breathtaking sunset views, offering curated cocktails and Nepal’s best brews
  • The Market serving freshly prepared meals anytime, day or night
  • The Bar featuring specialty coffees and premium beers, as well as wines and cocktails
  • Necessities program for forgotten items that guests can buy, borrow or enjoy for free
  • Free Wi-Fi Everywhere throughout hotel and guestrooms
  • Event Spaces offer approximately 5,382 square feet (500 square meters) of flexible, high-tech meeting/function space
  • Fitness Center featuring cardio equipment with LCD touchscreens

“Kathmandu is a vibrant city, filled with historic and artistic sites, friendly people, exciting neighborhoods, and an ever-expanding list of places to visit and experience,” said Akshay Golyan, Executive Director, City Hotel Ltd. “Our hotel is central to all of them and we are confident that the Hyatt Place Kathmandu will exceed guest expectations and provide them with everything they need while visiting our area.”

Hyatt Place Kathmandu is under the leadership of General Manager Varun Talwar and Head of Sales and Marketing Achint Rastogi. In his role, Talwar is directly responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the hotel, including overseeing the hotel’s 150 associates and ensuring guests encounter the thoughtful service for which the Hyatt Place brand is known. Rastogi is responsible for providing sales service and support to travelers and meeting planners frequenting the Kathmandu area.


Comments (12)

  1. Mo says:

    Many a traveller, like me, will have travelled thousands of miles to get to Kathmandu and that for lots of us is only one leg of our journey complete. It’s reassuring to know that you have a hotel brand that you can trust to rest and recover.

    • Paul Johnson says:

      Yes, I think this will be a popular addition to Kathmandu, particularly for western travellers. When I was there, we stayed at Dwarika’s which I would also heartily recommend.

  2. Craig says:

    Worth staying at the Kathmandu Hyatt for those incredible views alone. With views like that you’re not going to forget where you are.

  3. Lydia Haigh says:

    I like the look of the art work and interior design it all seems very local and gives that important feel of a place belonging.

  4. Sunil says:

    Maybe one day we could have a feature on the first Hyatt hotel in Kathmandu? How is it getting on?

    • Paul Johnson says:

      It’s only just opened but if they want A Luxury Travel Blog to visit and do a review some time, all they need to do is contact us! Hopefully then we will be able to report back…

  5. Darius says:

    I keep getting this picture of exhausted adventurers arriving in the hotel after weeks of tough camping in the mountains. I can imagine them having promised themselves a stay in the Hyatt as a reward and dreaming of a hot shower, a proper bed and food that is not dehydrated cooked over a camp fire.

  6. Hanna Stark says:

    It’s hard for me to picture this modern structure in a place such as Kathmandu, where red and orange brick buildings dominate the skyline. However, it’s good to know that there are now accommodation options for travellers to the country.

    • Paul Johnson says:

      It’s an interesting move by Hyatt. I do seem to remember the choice of more upscale accommodation being quite limited when I was there. Presumably the Hyatt Regency Kathmandu (which has been around 20 years now) was a successful move for them.

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