The Hotel’s central location in Kathmandu, tourist hotspots – Tourist Junction of the valley is also within the walking distance of major businesses, diplomatic offices, popular tourist attractions, entertainment and recreational spots, making it easy to get the most out of your stay.
"Bells hold immense significance in Nepali culture and religion, revered as sacred objects embodying various symbolic meanings. They are prevalent in religious ceremonies, temples, and households, serving as integral components of rituals. During prayers and religious rites, bells are rung to invoke the attention of deities, believed to resonate their sound waves into the divine realm, attracting the gods' notice. Moreover, the melodious chime of bells is believed to purify environments by dispelling negative energies and driving away evil spirits, associating the ringing with positive energy, blessings, and the granting of wishes. This sound, carrying deep spiritual resonance, is thought to connect worshippers with cosmic energy and the spiritual realm, aiding in maintaining concentration and mindfulness during meditation or prayers. Adorned with intricate designs and religious symbols, these bells not only represent Nepali heritage but also serve as protective talismans, hung at home or temple entrances to ward off malevolent forces. In the tapestry of Hindu and Buddhist traditions prevalent in Nepal, bells occupy a special place, signifying primordial sounds in Hinduism, and playing crucial roles in religious ceremonies, spiritual practices, and daily worship rituals."