While the pillars of the hotel at its entrance and the carvings over its windows replicate the artful heritage of Nepalese architecture, you feel like being in a traditional Nepali home in some of its rooms that display typical Nepalese pottery.
A miniature Buddhist stupa in the middle of its front courtyard brings an ambience of peace, conveying the chief concern of the hotel to offer you a full repose of body and mind.
Rajan Simkhada, your host at Thamel Eco Resort, has an active involvement in the field of hospitality and tourism for nearly two decades. In 1994, he worked as a Front Desk Attendant at a hotel. Then he started working as a tour guide in a trekking agency in 1996 because he was extremely fascinated with the beauties of Nepal.
In the following years, he guided numerous trekking and mountaineering groups to all the main Himalayan destinations in Nepal, Tibet and a few in India as well. Some of these expeditions included renowned personages from Nepal and abroad. Among them were the geologists and researchers from University of Arizona, whom he took to Mustang in 1997 and 1999. As a result he got an acclaim for his work from the Action Asia Magazine published from Hong Kong.
Rajan is now equally passionate about giving you a memorable host in his hotel. His irresistible thirst to provide the best of him in the activity he gets involved shall surely win your applause.