Everest Summit Lodge Lukla

Everest Summit Lodge Lukla

Everest Summit Lodge Lukla

Lukla, once a quiet farming village, is now the gateway to Mount Everest and the homeland of the famous Sherpa people. A stunning flight from Kathmandu, Lukla lies on a mountain ridge at 2.700m/9.000 ft. and is the starting point for trekkers who want to walk the famous trails of Everest.

Everest Summit Lodge is most conveniently located right next to Lukla Airport and provides an unmatched level of service in Lukla. Everest Summit Lodge offers spacious double rooms with heated beds, hot showers, a lovely sunny garden and great comfort and hospitality. Our lodge is recognized for its traditional Sherpa interiors and unmatched service in our charming heated restaurant and sunny garden.

Everest Summit Lodge Lukla-Garden View
Everest Summit Lodge Lukla-Garden View

Everest Summit Lodge is the perfect place to get acclimatized to the altitude, or just relax after a demanding trek, while you are waiting for a clear flying day. You can easily take a walk in the village or see the flights landing and takeoff from the small airstrip.

Excursion to the nearby village of Bom, just below at 3.000m/9600 ft. with a view looking down towards Lukla and the very interesting airport, is an option for guests spending their first night in Lukla.

Whether you are an individual traveller or a group, we offer you the best in our spacious rooms equipped with en-suite facilities.

Number of Rooms: 17 Rooms with en-suite bath, heated beds, Hot/cold water, minibar.

Dining Services: Restaurant serving traditional Nepalese, Indian and Continental cuisine.

Bar Services: Serving Wine, Beer, Soft drinks and fresh clean Drinking Water.

Guest Services: Free Wi-Fi, Electricity, Reading Room, Garden, flight ticket reconfirmation, porter and Guide service.


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