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Reviewed 16 October 2011

Temple Tree Hotel in Pokhara is new. The swimming pool is well-designed, very clean, and lights underneath. You have friendly staff who stand-by to give you towels and assist other guests.

The rooms are excellent. Nice yellow halogen lighting, two wall-attached lamp shades, space programming is highly-optimized, split-type AC, centralized card system power on/off, flat screen Samsung TV on the wall, cabinet for luggage, table, chair, disposable slipper, bath tub, toilet, post-modern sink, heater, exhaust, etc. Wake up call is ok. Front-desk is friendly. The spa was still under construction when we checked out. They need to put in a steam bath room, sauna room, massage room, gym, etc.

All the restaurants on the Lakeside are pretty accessible from the hotel.

The interior design of the hotel and restaurant is rustic Mediterranean.

Needs improvement: housekeeping should clean the rooms thoroughly specifically the toilet, the toilet flush is a bit slow, they need to install card key system for door access, extend the pool to 10PM as most of the hotels globally do. Put CCTV system on hallways. Replace some of the beds with medium soft configuration. More lights on the pool area.

Date of stay: October 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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1  Thank CrisIbarra
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Reviewed 2 October 2011

We were fortunate enough to spend a night at Temple Tree after a few days in the mountains. It was such a treat to come back to such a beautiful, serene place. I hadn't expected to find a property like this in Nepal as everywhere else we stayed was far more basic. The design and attention to detail is great. It's clearly a new-build but they have incorporated the style of old Newari (I think) designs which is lovely. The room was beautifully decorated and furnished and there was free wifi which is always welcome. Having a pool was just wonderful. We had the pool to ourselves for the most part and it was glorious to be able to swim and get away from the usual Nepali noise & grime. I'm suprised by the review saying that the hotel's away from the shops/restaurants of Lakeside. It's about a 100m walk if that. It would literally take you a minute to get to the waterfront!! We only had breakfast at the hotel as it was included. We did look at the menu in the evening but were put off by the fact no-one else was there and also the food is pretty over-priced (though not unexpected for a hotel like this). We prefer more local-style eateries so we ate at Thakali Kitchen down the next lane, which was fabulous and cheap. Breakfast at Temple Tree was great though. Plenty of choice and the waiter was very attentive. I would highly recommend it - particularly after some hard trekking. It's a fabulous place to relax and unwind. Staying here felt like a real treat!

Date of stay: September 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Anokhi10
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Reviewed 30 September 2011

We went to Pokhara for a weekend and Temple Tree, a new property offered a great relaxing retreat. Walking distance from the lake, the resort has well furnished rooms, swimming pool and upcoming spa. Thought the massage is available in the rooms and was rejuvinating after a days treck.....The service is great and food is good ...the cottage based setting takes the cake. Though the property does not have a great view, it is quiet and nice.

Room tip: My personal preference is rooms on ground floor, where you have the liberty of walking in to the garden. The balconies in the rooms is small and can barely adjust 2 people sitting..
Date of stay: August 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Vikmal68
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Reviewed 17 September 2011

We booked at Temple Tree for the first 4 days of September since it is one of the few nice establishments near the Lakeside main road (approximately 100 meters away). We knew they had just finished building it and we hoped everything was up and running. This turned to be the case so we had a very good time. We found the hotel very cozy and warm, with its soft earthy colors and stone niches. Our room had a small balcony overlooking the big central tree: early mornings we could sit there and see the peaks of the Annapurna in between the foliage, coming in and out the thick fogs of the monsoon. The rooms are not very big but are well appointed with Air con, satellite Tv and with very comfortable and new beddings. The bathroom was spotlessly clean, towels were soft and white but amenities were not impressive, regular soap and shampoos instead of some nice natural type of soap. Mineral water was complimentary and Wi Fi was free too, though connection is not always good. We were told server problems are chronic in Nepal. We tried room service and were not very impressed (goofy waiter…) but we enjoyed the bar area near the pool and especially the Tree House Restaurant on the first floor. The staff there are truly friendly and made everything they could to make us feel comfortable. They recommended us some other good restaurant too, like Caffe Concerto which is the nearby Italian Specialty Restaurant offering a whole array of yummy pastas and the Korean specialty one, enjoyed the spicy soups.

They also arranged a couple of sightseeing at affordable price - competitive with the nearby travel agencies – in their comfy air-conditioned mini bus and they throw us a free airport drop as a goodbye. All in all I would recommend it to people who looks for a cozy, medium sized hotel with a unique décor and homely atmosphere.

Room tip: Try to get a north facing room
Date of stay: September 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank Igor B
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Reviewed 16 September 2011

We booked a 3 night stay for end-April 2011. The location is within walking distance of the lake, along a dirt path, which we would not recommend walking alone late at night. The Temple Tree was built on a small plot of land and this shows because everything was very cramped. The rooms and washrooms are ridiculously small, the latter in particularly poorly lit. It was done with plenty of design factors in mind but the execution was poor.

We were put on a 1st floor room right outside the pool. At 8am in the morning we were woken by the sound of labourers working away (hammers, chisels, lots of talking) and the sound of kids screaming in the pool. The distance between the balcony and the pool is so close I could have literally jumped into it. I opened the curtain to see what the noise was all about and 3 workers who were taking a cigarette break turned to look right back at me; luckily I was dressed!

After that we were just fed up with the whole experience and decided to find somewhere else because we could not imagine 2 more nights here. We contacted reception who said no problem, we can check out early. On this basis we made arrangements to move to the Shangri-La. However, at check-out we were told by the desk manager to pay for all 3 nights (at USD150 a night). After a bit of haggle and the realisation that the hotel did not have any of our credit card info or a deposit, we paid for the one night and left. We suggest that anyone still considering Temple Tree not to leave any credit card details in case they want to leave early!

On the plus side things are quite new and the decor is very different compared to other, more "corporate" hotels. The staff were on the whole genuinely friendly people, with the exception of the concierge (who basically saw only dollar signs and was very rude when he figured out that we knew better).

We initially thought that this hotel was associated with the hotel chain of the same name from Thailand but were told on check-in that this was not the case - they are completely unrelated.

Room tip: Avoid being near the pool, even though it is closer. The noise is a serious problem.
Date of stay: April 2011
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3  Thank cmcmcm1
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