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How Nepal’s New Luxury Lodgings Took It From Bargain Bolt hole to Jet-Set Hideaway

It wasn’t too long ago that Lonely Planet crowned Nepal as the world’s best-value destination for money-conscious travelers. The budget travel bible extolled the country’s easy access to world-famous trekking routes and underrated wildlife while keeping daily expenditures well below $50. And though a constellation of affordable guesthouses and home-stays still make it possible to trek around on a shoestring, a new generation of local tour operators and luxury lodges are increasingly catering to the deep-pocketed adventurers flocking to this corner of the Himalayas. 

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Named for the pioneering climber Pasang Lhamu Sherpa – the first Nepalese woman to summit Mount Everest, who tragically died on the descent – the humanitarian Pasang Lhamu Foundation was established by her family in 1993 to help improve the living standards of Nepalese women and children. In 2022, the family launched Mountain Lodges Nepal, an arm of its Sherpa Hospitality Group run by Lhamu’s son, Namgyal Sherpa.

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Everest for Breakfast

Imagine feasting on a champagne breakfast overlooking views that few get to see of Mt Everest. The Everest for Breakfast half-day experience is available to all guests of Mountain Lodges of Nepal. Up to five people will be transported by helicopter from Kathmandu airport for a stop in Lukla, a flyover and on to Kongde Lodge, one of the world’s highest altitude lodges at 4,250m, for a champagne breakfast from a vantage point that takes in the Khumbu Valley and the dramatic peak of Mt Everest.

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Discover Nepal Without Roughing It

With its gold-topped temples and snow-covered Himalayan peaks, Nepal has long been the stuff of backpacker legends. Most cash-rich tourists make a beeline for the roughly $40,000-a-pop Mount Everest climb, but that’s set to change now that Mountain Lodges of Nepal, a recently rebranded collection of upscale accommodations, aims to boost luxury hospitality in all corners of the country.

MOUNTAIN LODGES OF NEPAL OFFER A TRUE HIMALAYAN WELCOME

Nepal’s first luxury hospitality brand debuts 15 luxury retreats that offer a stylish new way to stay in Nepal.

Renowned for its authentic showcase of Nepal’s legendary mountain hospitality and travel experiences for over thirty years, Sherpa Hospitality Group today announced the launch of its new brand, Mountain Lodges of Nepal (MLN). MLN is designed to capture the essence of the New Nepal and honour the traditions of mountain hospitality – offering an international lifestyle to reach one’s personal peak through challenging but accessible treks.

Luxury lodges in the Himalayas

Mountain Lodges of Nepal offers luxury stay experiences in the Himalayas with its newly-built lodges, premium international hospitality, exquisite new restaurants, and one-of-a-kind mountain expeditions.

MLN captures the essence of the New Nepal and honours the traditions of mountain hospitality – offering an international lifestyle to reach one’s personal peak through challenging but accessible treks.

Each exceptional lodge embodies the brand’s four pillars of sustainability, comfort, dining and service.

Nepal Will Get New Luxury Lodges For The Adventurous Traveler In 2023

Nepal’s iconic Sherpa Hospitality Group has launched a new brand, Mountain Lodges of Nepal, which includes 15 family-owned, premium lodges offering treks along the Great Himalaya Trails. The Sherpa family has been developing lodges for over 30 years, with seven lodges in the Everest region and eight in Annapurna. The group will upgrade existing lodges to offer an elevated level of hospitality by adding new restaurants, building new lodges, and adding new adventurous mountain experiences.

“Mountain Lodges of Nepal is an extension of our dream to offer world-class, luxury stay experiences in the Himalayas,” said Namgyal Sherpa, CEO of Sherpa Hospitality Group and a born mountaineer whose mother, the late Mrs. Pasang Lhamu Sherpa, was famously the first Nepali woman to summit Mount Everest.

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If adventure is more your beat, head to Mountain Lodges of Nepal, a cluster of lodges situated along the Great Himalayan Trails. Recently revamped and reopening its doors in August, choose from the seven lodges in the Everest region or the eight in Annapurna. Situated near popular trails, these lodges and their wellness and dining facilities are designed to make climbing trips as stress-free as possible. The first of the 15 lodges to welcome guests is Phakding Lodge. Located near Dudh Koshi river, 8,533 feet above sea level, the lodge is completed with rock climbing facilities to help guests ease into their climbs.

World Tourism Day- Enjoy adventure in nature at these 5 destinations

If adventure is more your beat, head to Mountain Lodges of Nepal, a cluster of lodges situated along the Great Himalayan Trails. Recently revamped and reopening its doors in August, choose from the seven lodges in the Everest region or the eight in Annapurna. Situated near popular trails, these lodges and their wellness and dining facilities are designed to make climbing trips as stress-free as possible. The first of the 15 lodges to welcome guests is Phakding Lodge. Located near Dudh Koshi river, 8,533 feet above sea level, the lodge is completed with rock climbing facilities to help guests ease into their climbs.

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Here comes a stylish new way to experience Nepal. Nepal’s legendary Sherpa Hospitality Group recently launched Mountain Lodges of Nepal (MLN) – a cluster of premium lodges offering spectacular treks along the Great Himalayan Trails. From exquisite dinners to one-of-a-kind mountain experiences, MLN offers much-needed comfort, warmth, and relief from dexterous climbs.

Live in the Himalayas! Mountain Lodges of Nepal Luxury Holiday Homes Mountain Lodges of Nepal

Many mountaineering friends who come here for fame will choose to visit the Himalayas from Nepal, and the Sherpa Hospitality Group, which originated from Nepal, announced the launch of a new brand Mountain Lodges of Nepal (MLN) at the end of August this year, launching in the Himalayas 15 luxury holiday homes, providing mountaineers with a unique mountain experience.

Sherpa group announces 15 new premium lodges

Situated along the idyllic Dudh Koshi river 2,600m above sea level, Phakding Lodge is the first newly transformed lodge to be unveiled since the MLN brand’s debut. Its chic exterior and room interiors incorporate large rocks from the nearby riverbanks. Guests can train for their next climb and whet their appetite at the lodge’s rock-climbing facility before savouring fresh seasonal produce from the property’s vegetable garden at the brand new helipad-turned-restaurant and lounge.

Sherpa group announces 15 new premium lodges

Renowned for its authentic showcase of Nepal’s legendary mountain hospitality and travel experiences for over 30 years, Sherpa Hospitality Group recently announced the launch of its new brand, Mountain Lodges of Nepal (MLN).
An evolution of the former Yeti Mountain Home and Ker Downey Nepal, this is a collection of 15 family-owned premium lodges offering spectacular treks along the Great Himalaya Trails. It consists of seven lodges in the Everest region and eight in Annapurna. The evolution includes upgrading existing lodges to offer a premium international hospitality experience, adding exquisite new restaurants, building brand new lodges and adding new one-of-a-kind mountain experiences.

Stay, experience and feast

Situated along the idyllic Dudh Koshi river 8,533 feet above sea level, Phakding Lodge is the first newly transformed lodge to be unveiled since the MLN brand’s debut. Its rocky chic exterior and room interiors incorporate large rocks from the nearby riverbanks. Guests can train for their next climb and whet their appetite at the lodge’s rock-climbing facility before savouring fresh seasonal produce from the property’s vegetable garden at the brand-new helipad-turned-restaurant and lounge.

In Nepal, the mountains come alive with luxury lodges

“Mountain Lodges of Nepal is an extension of our dream to offer world class, luxury stay experiences in the Himalayas,” said Namgyal Sherpa, CEO of Sherpa Hospitality Group and a born mountaineer whose mother, the late Pasang Lhamu Sherpa, was the first Nepali woman to summit Mount Everest. “From alleviating the hassles of flight and itinerary planning to providing comforting hospitality at our welcoming lodges, guests can count on us for truly memorably expeditions.”

Mountain Lodges of Nepal debuts with 15 luxury retreats

Renowned for its authentic showcase of Nepal’s legendary mountain hospitality and travel experiences for over thirty years, Sherpa Hospitality Group on August 30, 2022 launched its new brand, Mountain Lodges of Nepal (MLN).

An evolution of the former Yeti Mountain Home and Ker & Downey Nepal, this is a collection of 15 family-owned premium lodges offering spectacular treks along the Great Himalaya Trails. It consists of seven lodges in the Everest region and eight in Annapurna.

Next destination: the Himalayas

Each exceptional lodge embodies the brand’s four pillars of sustainability, comfort, dining, and service. The MLN lodges will offer intrepid explorers much-needed comfort and relief from their dexterous climbs with warmth, welcome, and guidance through the Sherpa way.

“Mountain Lodges of Nepal is an extension of our dream to offer world class, luxury stay experiences in the Himalayas,” said Namgyal Sherpa, chief executive officer at Sherpa Hospitality Group and a born mountaineer whose mother, the late Pasang Lhamu Sherpa, was famously the first Nepali woman to summit Mount Everest. 

Mountain Lodges of Nepal Debuts 15 Luxury Retreats

Situated along the idyllic Dudh Koshi river 8,533 feet above sea level, Phakding Lodge is the first newly transformed lodge to be unveiled since the MLN brand’s debut. Its rocky chic exterior and room interiors incorporate large rocks from the nearby riverbanks. Guests can train for their next climb and whet their appetite at the lodge’s rock-climbing facility before savouring fresh seasonal produce from the property’s vegetable garden at the brand new helipad-turned-restaurant and lounge.

Sherpa Hospitality Group unveils luxury retreats in the Himalayas | TTG Asia

Sherpa Hospitality Group has launched its new brand, Mountain Lodges of Nepal (MLN), an evolution of the former Yeti Mountain Home and Ker & Downey Nepal which comprises seven lodges in the Everest region and eight in Annapurna.

Designed to capture the essence of Nepal and honour the traditions of mountain hospitality, MLN is a collection of 15 family-owned premium lodges that have undergone upgrading.

NEPAL’S FIRST LUXURY HOSPITALITY BRAND OFFERS A STYLISH NEW WAY TO EXPERIENCE NEPAL

The evolution includes upgrading existing lodges to offer a premium international hospitality experience, adding exquisite new restaurants, building new lodges and adding new one-of-a-kind mountain experiences.
Renowned for its authentic showcase of Nepal’s legendary mountain hospitality and travel experiences for over thirty years, Sherpa Hospitality Group today announced the launch of its new brand, Mountain Lodges of Nepal (MLN).

Mountain Lodges of Nepal launches with 15 deluxe retreats in the Himalayas

Nepal’s first luxury hospitality brand, Mountain Lodges of Nepal debuts with a collection of 15 family-owned premium lodges (seven in the Everest region and eight in Annapurna) offering spectacular treks along the Great Himalaya Trails with world-class comfort, style and support for climbers.

Sherpa Hospitality Group unveils luxury retreats in the Himalayas

Sherpa Hospitality Group has launched its new brand, Mountain Lodges of Nepal (MLN), an evolution of the former Yeti Mountain Home and Ker & Downey Nepal which comprises seven lodges in the Everest region and eight in Annapurna.

Designed to capture the essence of Nepal and honour the traditions of mountain hospitality, MLN is a collection of 15 family-owned premium lodges that have undergone upgrading. It also offers challenging but accessible treks along the Great Himalaya Trails.

Sherpa Hospitality Unveils Mountain Lodges Of Nepal

Evolution of Yeti Mountain Home and Ker & Downey Nepal

MLN is designed to capture the essence of ‘New Nepal’ and honour the traditions of mountain hospitality – offering an international lifestyle to reach one’s personal peak through challenging but accessible treks.

Each lodge embodies the brand’s four pillars of sustainability, comfort, dining and service. The MLN lodges will offer intrepid explorers much-needed comfort and relief from their arduous climbs with warmth, welcome and guidance through the Sherpa way.

MOUNTAIN LODGES OF NEPAL DEBUTS #THENEWNEPAL WITH 15 LUXURY RETREATS IN THE HIMALAYAS

Renowned for its authentic showcase of Nepal’s legendary mountain hospitality and travel experiences for over thirty years, Sherpa Hospitality Group today announced the launch of its new brand, Mountain Lodges of Nepal (MLN). An evolution of the former Yeti Mountain Home and Ker & Downey Nepal, this is a collection of 15 family-owned premium lodges offering spectacular treks along the Great Himalaya Trails.

NEPAL’S SHERPA FAMILY CREATES NEW LODGE BRAND

The Sherpa family has been developing lodges for some 30 years and the brand launch acts as the further evolution of the former Yeti Mountain Home and Ker & Downey Nepal. In full, the group includes seven lodges in the Everest region and eight in Annapurna. The group will upgrade existing lodges to offer premium international hospitality experiences by adding new restaurants, building new lodges and adding new mountain experiences.

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