Dwarika's Resort Dhulikhel


Situated in Dhulikhel, Dwarika’s Resort is a 40 suite property which opened in October 2013

Included in your holiday

  • Lounge passes and meet & greet service in UK airports
  • Transfers to and from your hotel
  • All flight luggage allowances
  • Personal concierge service
  • 24/7 assistance when travelling
  • Full ATOL protection

Full accommodation information

Dwarika's Resort Dhulikhel is a holistic lifestyle retreat with a real focus on the harmony of your body, mind, spirit and the earth, the hotel has drawn up ancient Himalayan knowledge and philosophy as well as Hindu scriptures and Buddhist medicine to create a spiritual and special place.

Built with stone, wood and earth, Dwarika’s Resort Dhulikhel has been created with a real emphasis on the environment. Bathroom fittings were made without chemicals, water is re-harvested, there is solar lighting and the hotel believes in making a difference to the society and Nepal. Suites are spacious and decorated in a rustic style. Junior Suites have an outdoor living space or shared deck whilst Executive Suites have a private garden or roof terrace. Royal Suites have views from one of the highest points in the resort and also, a private kitchen.

Whether you’re looking for a healing retreat or a relaxing holiday, there is plenty available at Dwarika’s Resort. There is an Ayurvedic doctor and naturopathy expert, Buddhist medicine healers, yoga teachers, a Buddhist monk and a Hindu priest. Relax in the Himalayan salt room to strengthen your immune system, visit the meditation maze, the chakra sound chambers are each dedicated to the chakras and there is also a Navagraha Vana. Activities at the hotel include pottery, yoga, block printing, cooking and hiking.

There are three restaurants at the Dwarika’s Resort which use fresh, seasonal and local produce. Enjoy cuisine based on the diet followed by the ancient monks; five tastes combined with five colours and made in five different ways. There’s also a poolside restaurant where Nepalese and world cuisines are served and a bar.

Junior Suite (Non Attached)

Junior Suite (Non Attached)

Sleeps: 3 Adults

The spacious suite offers a tranquil space to its guests. There is also an outdoor living space with sunrise views.
Executive Suite (With Terrace)

Executive Suite (With Terrace)

Sleeps: 3 Adults

Each suite has an outdoor living space and an outdoor room setting to let you experience nature at its finest. 
Presidential Suite

Presidential Suite

Sleeps: 3 Adults

The suite is located at the highest point of the resort with an expansive terrace featuring an outdoor lounge and sleeping area. It also comes with a private kitchen, a chef (on request), a hot tub and spectacular views.
Nature's Flavours

Nature's Flavours

Using ingredients sourced from the resort's own organic farms, Nature's Flavours provides a Himalayan culinary experience as well as some international cuisine.

Ananta Poolside Restaurant

Ananta Poolside Restaurant

This restaurant located by the pool with the views of the Himalayan mountain range serves Nepalese cuisine along with some international favourites.

Fusion Lounge and Bar

Fusion Lounge and Bar

The perfect place for your afternoon or evening drinks and some light snacks.

Farm Lounge and Deck

Farm Lounge and Deck

Farm Lounge and Deck offers a unique experience of letting guests pick out produce from the resort's farm and the chef then creates great culinary delights using these ingredients. 

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  • Time zone: +5.45 GMT
  • Flight time: 12-14 hours
  • Recommended airlines: Vistara Airlines, Qatar Airways, Emirates
  • Currency: Nepalese rupee
  • Tipping guideline: 10% of total bill
  • Health considerations: There is a risk of altitude illness when travelling to destinations of 2,500m or higher. There is a risk of dengue. There is a low risk of malaria in areas of Nepal below 1,500m, particularly in the Terai district. There is no risk of malaria in the city of Kathmandu and on typical Himalayan treks. There is no risk of yellow fever in Nepal, however, yellow fever vaccination is required for travellers arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission.
  • Capital: Kathmandu
  • Population: 31,240,315
  • National languages: Nepali
  • Electricity and plugs: Type C, D, & M, 230 V
  • Mobile phone coverage: Good
  • UK passport visa requirements: You need a visa for Nepal if you have a British passport - apply online

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