Nepal | July 17, 2020

Kathmandu Marriott’s festive offer


Himalayan News Service
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KATHMANDU: The newly launched Kathmandu Marriott Hotel is offering the perfect getaway this Dashain with special offers for those who want a sweet escape from the hustle of their daily lives.

Kathmandu Marriott is extending a warm welcome for a two-night couple stay at one of their luxurious deluxe rooms with a complimentary buffet breakfast at Thamel Kitchen — a multi-cuisine all-day dining restaurant.

Guests can avail all the services that this oasis of opulence has to offer — from a dip in the infinity pool, a relaxing steam and sauna, lounging in the Jacuzzi after working out at the state-of-the-art fitness centre, M-Wellness or pampering with spa treatments, as per a media release. Guests can avail this package at Rs 14,500++ from October 3 to 10. The minimum length of stay must be two nights and guests will be given a chance to opt for free early check-in and late check-out. Kathmandu Marriott is offering a 25 per cent discount on spa treatments as well as on food and beverages in all four of the restaurants along with complimentary wi-fi. Guests can also expect a special gift in their room on Dashain.

Kathmandu Marriott has made its mark as first luxury hotel to offer a range of gourmet sweets ‘MithaiBy Marriott’, elegantly crafted by Sanjeev Ranjan, executive chef of the hotel. Patrons can now send their loved ones a host of delicacies curated with locally sourced ingredients. The hotel will be accepting pre-orders for Dashain from September 26 onwards and also before Diwali.


A version of this article appears in print on September 21, 2019 of The Himalayan Times.

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