Temples, Gods, Rituals & Devotees- all are integral to the significance of our country’s religious and mystic super natural depth and powers. As a place of devotees [literal translation] our rendition of design pays homage to its architectural components, cultural elements and home designs within a modern elevated setting.Enquire Now
As an embodiment of light & life [SURYA]; this suite has been designed to exude comfort, serenity and peace. SURYA [sun] occupies a dominant mythological significance as the seed or creator of the universe and often also seen as a symbol of good over evil. As the saying goes, when it is night in one place, it is day on the other side; the sun does not really rise or sink. This suite is also in a Queen and Single bed format allowing for extended individual sleeping space.Enquire Now
In reflection of strength, compassion, sacrifice & continuity; we have tastefully designed this suite and named it “POTALA” which also happens to be the summer palace of the HH Dalai Lama [located in Lhasa, Tibet]. Custom Tibetan murals, paintworks and hand-picked woven fabrics adorn each wall, table and fixtures.Enquire Now
Paying homage to the mythological “snow-lion” – protector of the gods; we have designed a modern living space that exudes luxury, privacy and distinction. With a subtle blend of local elements and modern aesthetics, this Suite brings forth unparalleled executive comfort, elegance and sophistication and hence has been popular amongst our long stay guests.Enquire Now
“JATRA” means festival and as in any such occasion, celebrations are vital. Our celebration of this suite is in the form of elements that comprises typical Nepali architecture- stones, bricks, wood, “Dhaka” locally woven upholstery & brass. The bedroom is in a format of a Queen sized bed and a single bed; allowing for families and partners to have their own sleeping space. The back wall of the bedroom is adorned with the sketch of “INDRA JATRA” – the largest singularly celebrated festival within the city of Kathmandu.Enquire Now
Namaste Industry Partners, Friends and Guests,
With the recent development due to the unfortunate increases in COVID-19 infections and the additional restrictions put in place by the government, we are now pushing back the official re-opening date of the hotel to November 30th 2020. We shall continue to monitor the situation closely for everyone’s safety and will update you on any progress or changes necessary.
Should you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact our Sales & Reservations team at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
We would like to thank you once again for your support and look forward in solidarity towards the recovery of our tourism industry in Nepal and welcoming your guest soon.
The Royal Singi Team