Hotel Everest View - INTRODUCTION
You cannot see the hotel until you are almost there. Hidden on a ridge overlooking Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku and Tawoche, the hotel blends gracefully with its surrounding.
Ancient stones carved with the Tibetan Buddhist inscription 'Om mani padme hum' form part of the hotel's interior walls, a constant reminder of the deep religious sentiments of the local people towards their land mountains.
The hotel's rooms are spacious, modern and comfortable. Every guest room has a panoramic view of Mt. Everest through glass doors opening onto a sunny veranda.
The waiters, cook and other staff at the hotel are Sherpas from nearby villages. These people of Tibetan origin achieved fame as mountain guide during expeditions to many Himalayan peaks. If you wish to explore the surrounding, ask at the hotel desk for a Sherpa to guide you among the maze of houses and field to temples, interesting monuments and few days treks. You can walk to Sherpa villages and monasteries to spend the night camped in a tent.