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Ambassador Garden Home

This 18-room building is one of the finest hotels in Thamel. We have renovated this hotel top to bottom with old and new artifacts and turned it into the "Ambassador Garden Home" in honor of our great grandfather, Shree Rebati Prasad Lamichhane, who was Chiniya Chautar (Ambassador to China) during King Prithvi Bir Bikram Shah (1881-1911)

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The Hotel History

 

 

This 18 room building is one of the most finest boutique hotels in Thamel. We have renovated the hotel from top to bottom with old and new artefacts including wooden garden doors and an old wooden staircase in the lobby.

The Ambassador Garden Home is re-built in honour of our great grandfather, Shree Rebati Prasad Lamichhane, who was Chiniya Chautar (Ambassador to China) during the reign of King Prithvi Bir Bikram Shah (1881 - 1911). You can view a portrait on canvas of Shree Rebati Prasad Lamichhane in the lobby. 

Our great grandfather dedicated all of his diplomatic life to nurture good relationships between Nepal and other countries, and we feel obliged to follow in his footsteps by extending traditional Nepalese hospitality to every guest staying with us. Our mission is to make you feel at home while staying with us.

Last but not least, whatever you need, whenever you need it, please do not hesitate to let us know.We are here to help, and all the staff are delighted to be of service.

At the end of day this is your home too, so we eagerly anticipate your return. Thank you for staying with us and for giving all of us the opportunity to extend our traditional Nepalese warmth to you.

Yours sincerely,
Prakash Lamichhane
Home Owner