everest region

Namche Lodge

11,286 ft
mountain lodge

This picture perfect, two-story, pitched-roof lodge, looking down on the last real town in the Himalayas, is the most popular rest stop in the MLN collection.

what to expect


Everest RegionNamche Lodge

Namche Lodge sits on the upper slopes of Namche, the Sherpa capital, close to the Everest National Park headquarters and just a five-minute walk from the Sherpa Culture Museum. This comfortable, family friendly spot is the ideal acclimatization station, a basecamp for cultural experiences, and spa treatments. Namche Lodge also offers a revitalizing spa, providing a peaceful retreat amidst the stunning Himalayan views.

mountain village at night
connecting bridge between mountains
mountain view


hot drink on the bed
room corridor
Thoughtful Design Touches

Warm, dry, spacious rooms are softly furnished with Tibetan rugs and English linens, stunning views, thoughtful design touches, and an indulgent bathroom with hot running water—you won’t find a more perfectly cozy antidote for tired legs. If that’s top of mind, do ask in advance about massages and holistic wellness treatments on offer.


Lively Location

Chill and vibrant. From the lodge’s high location, all rooms and the lounge offer clear views of the town’s iconic C-shaped layout, and the intensely close Kongde mountain across the valley. In almost any season, clouds might blanket the bazaar during late mornings and late afternoons. However, nights and morning are usually clear and fine times for sightseeing.

dining area

Experiences Nearby

The entrance to Khumjung school, in Khumjung, Nepal

In 1960, Sherpa leaders asked Sir Edmund Hillary if he would build them a school. “Our children have eyes, but are blind and cannot see.”

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bird hunting fishes

On the hunt for The Abominable Snowman and other beasts? Start at Khumjung.

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mountain village in khumbu

Namche is the last real stop in the Everest region for shopping, dining out or even taking a break at beer gardens.

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A crispy and golden exterior broken with a deliciously loud, crunchy bite, sending forth a cloud of steam.

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monastery entrance

Approaching a working monastery certain sounds begin to fill the air: the fluttering of prayer flags, the hum of monks chanting in unison, the periodic blowing of a traditional trumpet, the crashing of cymbals and the thud of ritual drums.

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Remember, Namche is the last opportunity to buy anything you might need on your trip, or to enjoy civilization. If it’s the weekend, definitely stop by the market where Tibetan traders come by way of high passes through the Himalayas with all kinds goods to sell. While you are out at the bazaar, stop into the Sherpa Barista café for warm hospitality, great coffee and surprisingly fantastic pizzas. The locally owned and operated Hermann Helmers Bakery is a great spot for a rooftop breakfast or to pick up hiking snacks.


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