While the breakfast buffet had live counters, Indian selection, cheese and cold cuts; our memorable meals at the restaurant include Mexican for dinner one night and the traditional Thakali Thali. If you are in Kathmandu, you must try the traditional Nepali Thakali Thali and Chef Debarya Chakraborty at Hyatt Regency Kathmandu does the best one in town.
The Hyatt Regency Kathmandu is pretty expansive and if you ever decide to stay there, I would recommend exploring the hotel a bit. The hotel is surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens. There is a jogging track as well for those who like to run, but the highlight for me was the organic garden that hotel maintains on a rather large patch of land. From fresh herbs to salad leaves the hotel grows a number of greens in the backyard. It’s always good to know where your food is coming from and I accord special respect for hotels that practice sustainable farming.
The friendly staff here will always walk an extra mile and have their smiles intact behind the masks, giving tourists a taste of Nepali hospitality. We often forget the comfort of our hotel suites and even the taste of food but we never forget impaeccable service and the smile that makes your stay warm.
There is a casino right in the hotel enclosure, which is outsourced to the Pride Group but is still a great offering if you choose to stay this hotel. Every guest is not fond of casinos. But if you are, its great one offering array of table games and makes your time fly by.
The hotel features spa, gym and also a kid's play area. Club Oasis has nicely done treatment rooms and the therapies offered were top grade. I tried the signature Newari massage and it was a holistic experience that did good to my harried urban body and soul. There is a state-of-the-art gym located right next to the spa.