The Pavilions Himalayas is an eco-friendly resort located in the remote area of Pokhara. It is the 4 star resort with the combination of cosy rustic touch of Nepali style with modern comforts. It offers the guest a wonderful view of the natural Nepalese landscape. The resort is surrounded by the marvellous scenery of organic farm land, hills and the Phewa lake. It is the boutique resort which showcases traditional Nepalese village life. It is the perfect location for a relaxing vacation in luxurious eco-friendly villas. This resort is also the good starting point for active adventures. It is the perfect place to relax your tired mind, soul and body with the beautiful scenery and the fresh air.
The pavilions Himalayas is the latest addition to the pavilions collection all around the world. The unique organic farm, Boutique resort The Pavilions Himalayas was opened in November 2015. It was originally opened with the mission to give local farmers an opportunity to establish organic farming and avoid commercial farming production. Additionally, the owners Douglas and Insuba Maclagan have supported projects in fields like health, education and provision of job opportunity for the local community from this hotel business.
It is located in the Chisapani of Pokhara city. It is about half an hour drive from the Pokhara airport and about 2.5 km from the lakeside Pokhara. The hotel is the starting point of the trekking. It offers the panoramic view of the stunning and magnificent Annapurna range. It is far from the hustle and bustle of city life. The resort is on the lap of the beautiful landscape and hills.
The resort has separate villas with the wonderful view of the natural landscape and the mountain range. The villas of the resort are built in modern architecture with the combination of Nepali style. They have a very traditional decor with khopas containing amkharas and karuwas (traditional Nepali vessels). Furthermore, the ties used to tie the curtain are dhagos (ornaments worn by the girls to tie their hair). Each villa has their own unique name: Ratna, Padma, Surya engraved on a wooden plaque outside. Every villa has the vajra hanging on a very antique looking key. The hotel has about 15 spacious villas with the stunning design and unique displays.
Each room of the resort provides you with the eternal views of the mountain range and beautiful landscape. The room are well furnished and equipped with a private deck, a LED flat screen television, free wireless internet, en-suite bathroom, fireplace, air-conditioning, a wardrobe, well stocked fridge, tea bags, pot of ground coffee, little box full of sugar, coffee maker, electric kettle, a safe, a mini bar and a separate living room. The villas are divided into three categories. The guests can book these villas according to their preferences and needs.
The resort has its own restaurant which has been using local organic ingredients to prepare varieties of delicacies for the guests. The restaurant serves the wide range of Nepali and international cuisines. The most preferred dish by the guests is the mushroom dish which is locally grown in the Chisapani.
The resort is the perfect getaway for luxurious amenities, showcasing authentic Nepalese life. It provides an opportunity to the guests to relax themselves with the overwhelming views of the mountain landscape. The services and amenities provided by the resort are listed below:
They use solar energy, bio gas as their own source of energy and even make their own biodegradable signature toiletries. The resort also provides guided tours to Buddhist monasteries and Hindu temples. The Pavilions Himalayas allocates between 50 and 70% of its net profits into supporting the local community.
The stay at the Pavilions Himalayas will provide you with an eco friendly environment with the serene view of amazing landscapes and mountain ranges. It also opens your senses, creating awareness in contributing to improving the lives of the people. The resort also urges you to support to stop global warming and climate change.
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