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This was almost our favourite of the Everest Summit Lodges we stayed in. It had the usual ESL treats - proper beds, good food, tea and cakes but only hot water bottles in the bed and no electric blankets - oh well. But the staff...More
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Response from Wangchuk D, Manager at Everest Summit Lodge TashingaResponded 1 December 2015
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Insufficient power supply, does not let us provide you with electric blankets here. We try to achieve the same results using hot water bags, which you may ask for as many as you want.
The setting is idyllic, in a remote area with amazing sceneries around. The building is very well maintained, ecological with all amenities needed. The rooms have wooden floors and are big so that I could practise my yoga. The food was excellent, local cuisine was...More
I booked this through Himalaya Expeditions during my Everest Marathon 2013 event.
Definitely want to have a proper bed and warm shower if you are doing a marathon. ROoms are adequate - beds very comfortable - breakfast great with a good porridge,
Stayed here for 3 nights and absolutely loved it. The location is idyllic, very remote with fantastic views of many of the mountains. The staff are first class, as is the food. The rooms are quite adequate, although not heated. They do provide hot water...More
Stayed one night at this lodge in Tashinga. Quality was comparable to the Yeti Mountain lodges that we stayed at for most of the trip. Rooms were clean and comfortable, they are unheated but you are given hot water bottles which makes all the difference....More
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US$ 184 - US$ 223 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)