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Checking in to 3 Rooms by Pauline Kathmandu


Checking in to 3 Rooms by Pauline is a boutique hotel in the heart of the stunning capital of Nepal, Kathmandu. The hotel is situated in the courtyards of a beautiful restored and recreated Rana Palace.

Upon entering in 3 rooms by Pauline we immediately felt as though we was entering someone’s home and not a cozy and luxury hotel. Every detail has been thought of and you will see this throughout the hotel. At the check in desk you will feel the most adorable welcome and the receptionist will be so glad to explain you the story of how was built the complex.  

What’s for Breakfast?

The highlight of our stay was the breakfast served in the room every morning. It’s possible to choice the time in according with the reception at least the evening before. Guests can order anything from the in-room dining menu from the French restaurant downstairs and have it delivered to their room.

Checking in to 3 Rooms by Pauline Kathmandu , Breakfast in the room

Our Experience in the Boutique Hotel

We had the opportunity to try to 2 different rooms: the Terrace Room and the Courtyard Room.

Both of the rooms were spacious and we had the most comfortable and romantic canopy bed. We were lucky enough to have a big beautiful terrace that opened onto the temple of Badar Mahal Revisited, a perfect escape and a oasi of peace in Kathmandu to enjoy breakfast or read a book from the library of the Terrace Room.

The Courtyard room is a bright and cozy double room riddled with traditional Nepali antiques, providing a beautiful view of the lively heritage courtyards of the old palace.

Checking in to 3 Rooms by Pauline Kathmandu, Breakfast in the room
Terrace Room
Checking in to 3 Rooms by Pauline Kathmandu,  the room
Courtyard room
Checking in to 3 Rooms by Pauline Kathmandu, the bathroom

Checking in to 3 rooms by Pauline Kathmandu and thanks for welcoming me to experience the property. 
All opinions and photos are my own!


Babar Mahal Revisited (nearby Annapurna Hospital),
Mahitigar Mandala , 44600
Kathmandu, Nepal
(+977) (0)1 422 15 37


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