News Release | Hotel Kaze Darbar

New Release

Special Rate for 2018

High Season Rate (Jan to May and Sep to Dec 2018)
Standard (BB Plan) Deluxe (BB Plan)
Single USD60 USD80
Twin USD80 USD100
Low Season Rate (Jun to Aug 2018)
Standard (BB Plan) Deluxe (BB Plan)
Single USD55 USD65
Twin USD65 USD75

The above rates are subject to 10% Service charge & 13% VAT.

Note: Please write us for special group/FIT rate.

Special Rate for 2017

High Season Rate (Jan to May and Sep to Dec 2017)
Standard (BB Plan) Deluxe (BB Plan)
Single USD60 USD80
Twin USD80 USD100
Low Season Rate (Jun to Aug 2017)
Standard (BB Plan) Deluxe (BB Plan)
Single USD55 USD65
Twin USD65 USD75

The above rates are subject to 10% Service charge & 13% VAT.

Note: Please write us for special group/FIT rate.

Hotel Kaze Darbar’s Conference Hall is ready for use


Hotel Kaze Darbar now features a brand new Conference Hall, offering a perfect setting to host a variety of meetings and events. The 900-sq.ft facility is well-equipped with stage, podium, modern audio-visual system and full back up generators.

The hotel’s central location- 20 minutes away from the airport, within walking distance of the malls and major attraction sites, ample car parking facilities, and quality accommodation services will make the conference hall an ideal and convenient venue for Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events (MICE).


Stage Size

Width – 11 Feet x 20 Feet


Hall Floor Size
Length-   45 Feet
Width-    20 Feet
Height-   10 Feet


Hall Capacity

U Shape                                   O Shape                                     Theatre
30-35 persons                        35-40 persons                           70-80 persons


Key Features:

  • LCD projector
  • Overhead projector
  • Slide projector
  • Flip chart board, white board, soft board
  • Podium and stage
  • PA system with wireless mic
  • Full backup generator
  • Wi-fi access
  • Air conditioned room
  • Print, lamination, and binding facilities available


To schedule an event, please contact the hotel front desk at 01-4420737/ 4439303

Our First Sake Tasting Event Was A Huge Success!


We held our first Sake Tasting Event on September 2, 2016. The event was a huge success with more than 40 participants enjoying and learning the basics of sake. The evening included not only sake tasting but a presentation by a sake master and a buffet dinner prepared by Hotel Kaze Darbar. The participants were introduced to three different categories of sake namely Ginjo, Jumai, and Honjozo and later served Dewazakura, Daishiki, and Kikuhime sakes paired with the specially prepared canapés and light appetisers to enhance and compliment the taste of the liquors. A small counter displaying more than 10 varieties of Japanese brews also offered the drinks at discounted festive rate. We had a wonderful experience hosting the first event. And, we would like to thank everyone who attended the event and made it a tremendous success!








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Guest Reviews~Testimonials by our guests~

Five Plus Star Hospitality
“Only once in a while one comes across a hotel like Kaze Darbar. They should write the book on Hotel Hospitality. My husband has been in a wheel chair due to a recent accident. The hotel purchased a wheel chair for us at my request (yes I donated it to them HAPPILY at the end of our trip), made two rooms wheel chair accessible (for us to pick one), put wheel chair ramps everywhere necessary. While waiting for one piece of small checked luggage at Kathmandu airport at 9 PM for more than 90 minutes, my husband fainted due to BP drop. The airport doctor suggested we go to the hotel immediately. The driver and bell boy took us to the hotel and then went back to the airport to retrieve my luggage at midnight. All these, with a genuine smile. They do not provide room service but that night they did for my husband: a hot bowl of soup. Next 5 days I did not have to worry about anything at all. Twenty four hours later my husband had developed diarrhea by eating rotten fish at Flavors Cafe in Boudha (do NOT eat there). Kaze Darbar took care of him in every possible way and we ate only at the hotel from that point on except once in Thamel. The breakfast menu sets are really good and good value if you have to pay for it. Whenever we sat outside in the garden in the Sun, Sheila or Vinod came from the kitchen with wonderful Lemon Grass tea for us. I wanted a massage in my room, they arranged it. I needed a real car to go places to assess children’s oral health (for which we were in Kathmandu), they took care of it. One can change money at the front desk at a very good rate. I can elaborate more but one can get the idea. It is extremely difficult to run a real hotel in a country with no infrastructure at all. Electricity is available for a few hours a day but their solar power generator keeps the place running with good wifi (can not use Skype but for e-mail, etc. it is fine). The house is a real Heritage House, beautifully maintained and well located far away from all the madness and dust of the city. Sitting in their garden takes you to a different era where you can relax in an old fashioned comfort. There is no TV in the room and unless you keep all the windows open (with no screen), it can feel dark. We hope to go back to Nepal in October and yes with no questions we WILL STAY here again and will recommend to everyone we know of to stay here as well. They also have a free shuttle to and from Thamel. The front desk Managers like Sanu, Kusam, Vijaya all seem to be a part of our extended family and we miss them already.”- Purobi/San Francisco

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Tourism Industry & Hotel Kaze Darbar: After the Earthquake & Trade Blockade

2015 was a very bad year for Nepali tourism. The country saw a sharp decline in the number of tourists after the Great April 25th Earthquake. The situation was further compounded by the Indian blockade and protests in the Terai-region. About 50 percent tourists were estimated to have cancelled their trips to Nepal after the natural disaster and political conflict.

As a landlocked nation, Nepal imports all of its petroleum supply and other important stuff from India. Shortage of fuel, medicine, and other supplies crippled the normal lives of people. Inability to get gas supplies for cooking compelled people to starve for many days and forced many businesses to shutdown.

However, the situation has normalized now. Reconstruction of heritage sites has started, even at a very slow pace. Tourism activities are growing and we are receiving more reservations from local and foreign travel agencies, and individual tourists through online booking sites like expedia, agoda, and etc.

Special Rate For 2016

High Season Rate (Jan to May and Sep to Dec 2016)
Standard (BB Plan) Deluxe (BB Plan)
Single USD60 USD80
Twin USD80 USD100
Low Season Rate (Jun to Aug 2016)
Standard (BB Plan) Deluxe (BB Plan)
Single USD55 USD65
Twin USD65 USD75

The above rates are subject to 10% Service charge & 13% VAT.

Note: Please write us for special group/FIT rate.

Earthquake in Nepal

We were still reeling from the impact of last month’s devastating earthquake when another big temblor jolted the country three days ago. On 25th April, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal at 11:56 am on a Saturday.The epicentre was Barpark VDC of Gorkha District, about 80 kms northwest of Kathmandu. Two weeks later another 7.3 magnitude earthquake with an epicentre near Mount Everest struck the nation, which has revived fresh fears among the Nepalis.

The two quakes have so far claimed over 8,500 lives and injured 15,000 more (as per today’s news). They have been called the deadliest earthquakes in the Nepal’s history since the Great Earthquake of 1934.

The earthquakes have flattened many historical monuments, government buildings, and residential houses in the valley and reportedly affected 30 out of 75 districts across the country.

Hundreds of people are staying in temporary shelters and open grounds. Government, private parties, civil citizens, individuals, and NGO/INGOs are working hard to reach out to the affected people.

Meanwhile in Kaze Darbar, we have put up some tents in the garden for hotel guests and neighbors. We’re fixing minor cracks in some rooms and planning for repair work soon. After such big tragedies, we feel fortunate that all our staff at Hotel Kaze Darbar and their family members are safe.
Though difficult, we’re trying our best to run our business. And this would not have been possible without the support of our staffs.

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