For the rare moments when a suite in a skyscraper or an over-water bungalow just won’t do, the Pavilion Himalayas Lake View might assuage your wandering soul. Consisting of just eight ‘luxury tented eco-villas’, guests can either arrive by boat across Phewa Lake or enjoy a short hike along a mountain trail. For those who want a fuller experience, there’s a five-hour trek from sister hotel the Pavilions Himalayas.
With unobstructed views of cascading rice fields and the snow-capped peaks of the Annapurna Himalayas, this newly opened resort combines foraged botanicals and traditional healing techniques for a revitalising experience unlike any other. Each dwelling is made of natural and local materials, with floor-to-ceiling, fully-retractable wraparound glass doors and al fresco rain showers.
Along with lake side barbecues, the resort also features authentic farm-to-table dining. Plus, your sojourn here also goes a long way to supporting the local Pokhara community who staff the resort. The threefold mantra at this Nepalese hideaway is true sustainability, encompassing community outreach and low impact operating practices.
Currently, the Pavilions Himalayas Lake View is offering a special inclusive opening rate of US$200++ (approximately RM820++) per person per night including breakfast and choice of lunch or dinner featuring authentic local cuisine. Guests will also enjoy complimentary boat transfers from the lakeside, a half-hour of Ayurvedic massage, and a nature walk led by a local naturalist. For more, please call +977 6169 4379 or email [email protected]