Maya Manor is a historic mansion turned boutique hotel

Maya Manor Boutique Hotel

Maya Manor is a historic mansion turned boutique hotel. The original building of Maya Manor Boutique Hotel was built by the Commander in Chief Toran Shumsher Rana and his brother Balram SJB Rana in 1935. The Chinese Ambassador lived in thismansion for 10 years. In 1974, the Sakya Family of the KGH Group of Hotels brought the mansion and was their family home until it was converted into a hotel in 2016.

Situated near the previous Royal Palace, where the ill-fated Royal Massacre occurred on 1 June 2001, the magnificently restored historic Maya Manor stands tall in the commercial hub of the city showcasing the grandeur of European colonial influenced architecture which was introduced to Nepal in the 1800s by its Rana rulers.

During the Maoists insurgency, the Carter Centre played a prominent role in mediating the peace process and opened its office in the southern part of this mansion, which was inaugurated by Jimmy Carter himself in 2008.

The earthquake in 2015 partially damaged the mansion but was meticulously renovated and at the same time a new block of seven-storied building with the same old colonial architecture was added to turn it into a hotel.

Nestled in a manicured neo-classical garden, Maya Manor Boutique Hotel is adorned with a Victorian gazebo, exquisite Rocco works, and wrought iron verandas. It embodies the idea of a quintessential Victorian-era architecture furnished with antiques,art & artifacts. The regal buttery-yellow property of Maya Manor Boutique Hotel manages to offer a timely and timeless flavor of the elegant past.

The hotel is ideally located just a few footsteps away from the prestigious Durbar Marg which is the city’s best address for trendy cafés and restaurants and other commercial businesses like airlines, banks, department stores, and souvenir shops. Maya Manor Boutique Hotel is a perfect address for businessmen and distinguished travellers.

Many important national landmarks including Monument Tower, City Clock, Nagpokhari Sacred Pond, Nandakeshari Heritage Courtyard, and Narayanhiti Golden Sprout surround the hotel.

Private Business Room:
Imagine holding the most productive private workshop or meetings, or even just a brainstorming away from the office premise yet in the center of the city, you’ll appreciate how much time is saved in arranging one. Imagine the unleashing of creativity, and the opening of minds, that’s ensured in the heart of the city and the superb facilities: fully-facilitated conference hall, restaurant with near a perfect score in dining category offering delicious cuisine, and comfortable rooms with great city center views.

Health, Sanitation & Hygiene:
The management makes sure that the hygiene is maintained in the premise along with proper sanitation. There always is doctor on call and necessary first-aid facilities.

Transportation and transfers
– Free airport pick up & drop
– Free shuttle to Kathmandu Guest House and Park Village
– Sightseeing program
– Private car on hire

Safety and alarm system
– Group security guard and system protocol
– Alarm system, smoke detectors
– Emergency evacuation plan and map
– 24 hours generator, solar and emergency lighting
– Meets fire safety codes of Nepal
– Certified by Miyamoto International (global structural and earthquake engineering firm)

Communication & Internet
– Whole premise has Wi-Fi
– All access PABX system in rooms with direct and international telephony system

Contact Address of Maya Manor Boutique Hotel
Hattisar Road, Kathmandu, NEPAL
For enquiry
info@mayamanorhotel.com, info@ktmgh.com
Phone (+977) 1 4428 028, 4422 436 Maya Manor Boutique Hotel

Please contact for best rate of  Maya Manor Boutique Hotel at anil.blon@gmail.com or anil.blon@natrajtours.com.np 

Namaste – Anil Blon

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