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
It’s very difficult to find the words to describe the magical experience that took place at the Pavilions last May for our intimate spiritual wedding, surrounded by our closest family and friends. But let me highlight some of the main reasons why this could not have been a more perfect destination for this extremely special occasion. First, the dedication of Douglas the owner, a pure mastermind in planning with an extraordinary vision and a passionate heart. It takes vision but mostly care and attention to come up with amazing ideas like a champagne boat experience on Pokhara lake and a morning blessing at the Peace Pagoda and those were apart from onsite customized Hindu and Buddhist ceremonies. This made the wedding not only exciting and fun but also spiritual. And working alongside Douglas was Rajiv, the general manager who was there every step of the way working tirelessly behind the scene attending to all the details, managing the whole logistics, suppliers and not to mention staff. Rajiv transformed the resort into an enchanting wedding venue that went beyond our expectations and blew everyone away. His professionalism, attention to detail and perfectionist approach is what truly made the difference. But above and beyond this, is the give back philosophy of the Pavilions, the social conscience of this eco-sensitive luxury resort, the community engagement and team spirit that makes it absolutely remarkable and beats any other destination. If you want memories that last a lifetime then you have to experience the Pavilions.
I've visited Pavilions Himalayas 5 times to organise my wedding - the hotel, staff, services, hospitality, location, everything has been a pure delight!
Like anywhere, the Pavilions Himalaya isn't 'perfect' if you want to nit-pick... but the team, rooms and set-up is just AMAZING.
We’ve stayed in hotel around one week! I wish we’ve stay more... I felt as if I born again. If you are looking for totally new experience,totally unforgettable vacation , total solitude with nature and reboot -here we go!
Hotel location is straight away in jungles and rice fields! You waking up with view of Himalayan’s mountains in front of your huge window and with singing birds and parrots !
It was the most healthiest and tastiest breakfast ever ! They using all the food from their farm! Every morning you will find bottle of fresh milk in front of your doors !Hotel is totally Eco ! Eco shampoo ,soap,etc,etc
They have lovely spa ,it’s a must to try Nepali massage ! You can have a look on local farm , take a lot of different excursions!
Territory with breathtaking views and lovely pool !
Service ! It’s was the most caring people I have ever saw ! People in the main restaurant made my birthday unbelievable ! They all there for you ! Restaurant has so tasty wild boar stake ! Highly recommend! (Actually all the dishes deserve star mishelin)
We’ve stayed in2 floor villa ! Cozy and so clean! It has fireplace and music system !
The journey started straight away you step out form the plain.... this place took my heart
Diffidently will come back with family . Best place for peace of mind !
Best regards To GM of the hotel !!!
En anglais maintenant.
A very well organized wedding for our daughter by Douglas, the manager and his heavenly present Rajiv. With their attentive and kind staff, they orchestrated activities on the enchanting grounds of Pavilion H. Among those, champagne on beautiful Pokhara lake and a gathering at sunrise on top of the beautiful Peace tower. Each meal was meticulously prepared with the enhanced flavours of fresh food, grown on the premises. Close attention to details was paid to each of the Hindu and Buddhist ceremonies. The wedding reception arrangements were stunning and toppled by a majestic Everest cake. Pavilion H offered us the alternative when seeking a natural and sustainable environment to celebrate life in all its beauty.
Very peaceful place beautiful and amazing place we like a lot my family enjoy. Green place working people are very friendly and helpful. Good caring staff I suggest all people to visit onces. People are honest.