Published On:April 12 2024
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"Lemon Tree Hotels Debuts in Nepal with Lemon Tree Premier, Budhanilkantha, Kathmandu"

Lemon Tree Hotels Limited has marked a significant milestone with its debut in the captivating nation of Nepal through the opening of Lemon Tree Premier, Budhanilkantha, Kathmandu. This venture not only signifies Lemon Tree Hotels' entry into Nepal but also celebrates the achievement of crossing the remarkable milestone of 10,000 rooms within its inventory.

Addressing this momentous occasion, Mr. Patanjali Keswani, Chairman and Managing Director of Lemon Tree Hotels, expressed his delight, stating, "We are thrilled to kick off FY25 on such a high note, with the inauguration of our inaugural property in Nepal - Lemon Tree Premier, Budhanilkantha, Kathmandu, and the remarkable feat of surpassing the 10,000 room mark. This is just the beginning of our journey in Nepal, with several more properties slated to open across the country this fiscal year and in the years to come. Furthermore, we are excited to expand our presence in Bhutan, with the launch of a resort in Thimphu."

Mr. Vilas Pawar, CEO - Managed and Franchise Business at Lemon Tree Hotels, added, "Kathmandu is a renowned tourist and business destination, attracting travelers from around the world, and Lemon Tree Premier in Budhanilkantha is a fitting addition to this key market. This launch sets the tone for the brand's trajectory in the upcoming year, and we eagerly anticipate numerous other openings in the near future, both in India and abroad."

Situated amidst the stunning backdrop of Mount Everest, Lemon Tree Premier, Budhanilkantha, Kathmandu boasts 102 elegantly appointed rooms and suites. The hotel features Citrus Café, offering a range of cuisines, Republic of Noodles, an award-winning Asian restaurant, Slounge, a trendy recreation bar, and a charming tea lounge. Additionally, the hotel offers extensive banquet spaces and conference facilities, alongside expansive outdoor event spaces. For relaxation and recreation, guests can enjoy the hotel's well-equipped fitness center, Fresco spa, and a refreshing infinity pool.

Budhanilkantha, located in the Kathmandu district, derives its name from the Sanskrit term meaning 'Old Blue Throat', a title bestowed upon Lord Shiva by the gods after he consumed poison to save the world. The area is home to the renowned Budhanilkantha Temple, featuring a 1,400-year-old black basalt carving of Vishnu, draped in marigolds and reclining on a bed of serpents in a small pond. This sacred temple holds significance for both Hindus and Buddhists alike. Budhanilkantha encompasses a sprawling suburb that extends into the Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park, housing a diverse array of wildlife, including leopards, monkeys, bears, and numerous species of local and migratory birds.


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