What We Love
- The Jetsetter rate includes breakfast served with champagne
- All 15 villas feature a private terrace for stunning Himalayan mountain views
- The infinity pool has a beautiful backdrop
- Dine on traditional Nepalese dishes at the restaurant; cooking classes are also offered here
What To Know
- The resort lies on a working farm, which offers an insight into Nepalese life
- Fruit, cheese and milk are sourced from the farm and surrounding areas for breakfast
- Evenings may be a little quiet for some, through Pokhara (a 15-minute drive away) offers livelier nightlife
- The resort works with local charity Right4Children and acts as a training facility for 30 young adults each year
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
It’s easy to see why the owners decided to build Nepal’s first villa resort here. Set on a working farm and surrounded by rice paddies and forest, with a backdrop of the Himalayas, the site is spectacular. The designers worked with local materials and incorporated Nepalese art to create a luxe resort that never forgets where it is. All 15 villas feature floor-to-ceiling windows and a terrace with mountain views and start at 861 square feet. They’re decked out with hardwood floors, elegant drapes, hot tubs and colorful Nepalase fabrics and rugs. Because of its size, the resort never feels crowded and allows you to enjoy genuine Nepalese friendliness from staff who end up on first name terms with guests. The infinity pool takes center stage and is surrounded by sun loungers and daybeds and the Club House is home to a restaurant that serves Nepalese dishes and a small spa, which works local products into its treatments.
In the Area
Pokhara is a serious adventure hub. Most visitors head here to explore the hills and mountains. The third largest city in Nepal has three of the world’s 10 highest mountains within a 30 mile radius. Beyond hiking and climbing, the resort can arrange gliding and white water rafting. Guests more interested in spiritual rather than the physical activities can seek enlightenment at one of the many meditation centers nearby. The Garden Yiga Chozin Buddhist Meditation Centre offers free introductory sessions and longer workshops and retreats.
How to Get There
We stayed in this resort for 2 nights, with our 8 month old daughter.
We would recommend this place for people wanting to be away from the city and crowds.
A serene environment with lush greenery is the best way to describe it.
We loved the whole ambience of the place, and the locations.
We checked in and were given a welcome drink each.
Thereafter being shown to our rooms, we found ourselves in a cottage surrounded with greenery.
The resort being in a isolated area, there isn't any dining options around other than the restaurant at the hotel.
The food was very nice, and the staff took very good care of us.
The restaurant itself is very nice, overlooking the infinity pool.
Being my birthday month, they organised a special cake, and celebration for us as well.
We took some cooking classes in their kitchen where we learned how to make sushi, mushrooms, and momos.
We also used their transport services to and from the hotel, as well as to the lakeside in the city.
It was very nice hotel, Staff hospitality was so warm, especially them advise about tricking.
All of that food was delicious.
The potential disadvantage of this hotel is that;
This room was a little cold , but we enjoyed fireplace.
it was very hard off-road to access.
only one thing that i missed a lot in that cold room is A.C otherwise everything was awesome.The view from the room was very nice and the most admirable thing was the bathroom design. The morning fresh milk directly from the farm was awesome.
I stayed in the Pavilions for 3 days/ 2 nights after completing the Annapurna Circuit trek and couldn’t imagine a more delightful experience.
We were greeted by the staff with a lovely welcome drink and warm orientation before having our first hot shower and comfortable bed in days. Our two hour massages did the trick to restore our bodies to pre-trek bliss, as did the organic, farm-to-table, delicious meals.
The Pavilions team goes out of their way to ensure you have a great stay, not only at the eco resort but in surrounding Pokhara. This includes arranging private experiences to suit your interests or private tours.
We were especially impressed to learn about the thoughtful decisions made to ensure the resort meets the highest ecological standards and invests in the community. With the award-winning local charity partner Right 4 Children, Pavilions donates the majority of net profits to supporting children in need in the surrounding region. The hotel also provides job opportunities to formerly disadvantaged youth who have been provided educational opportunities by the NGO.
You will have a wonderful stay at Pavilions while also doing something good for the local community and caring for the environment!
Pushkar is all about trekking. You are likely to end up there before or after few days treks in the magnificent Annapurna mountains around! I spent 2 nights at Pavilions Himalaya. The place is a little bit remote (taxi driver enjoy telling you it is off road and they charge 1000rs to get there ...) but this is totally worth it . When you arrive there, you will discover the few luxurious villas surrounded by they green garden from which they cook for you. The villas are super spacious and very well equipped. I particularly enjoy the bubble bath ! When it comes to food, the dinner was excellent and the breakfast really filling and tasty, before a trek, this is perfect.
So I would definitely recommend to stay over in this great and luxury ecolodge, especially after your few days, weeks trekking. To rest and enjoy a comfy bed !