Baber Mahal Vilas is a quaint family-run boutique property set in the existing architectural haven of Baber Mahal Revisited. In an effort to portray the distinct architectural features of Nepal in an atmosphere that illustrates the grand lifestyle of the Rana era mixed with Newar, Mustang and Terai cultures, the property shows 4 distinct styles. The property is built and run by the descendants of the longest ruling prime minister of Nepal, Maharaja Chandra Shumsher Rana and his son Baber Shumsher Rana who was the Commander and Chief of the Nepali Armed Forces.
Distance from Airport: 5 km / 3 Miles
Distance from City Center: 2 km / 1 Mile
Altitude: 1400 m / 4593 Ft.
An all day dining inside the hotel premises. Offers delicious Nepali cuisine catered to our clients with an ambience of tradition and heritage. The menu can be enjoyed either in the restaurant area or on the roof top swimming pool area with a view of the surrounding mountains.
A small quaint bar inside the hotel premises that offers our top of the line collection of Drinks. It offer all day snack menu to go perfectly with your drinks. The menu can be enjoyed either in the restaurant area or on the roof top swimming pool area with a view of the surrounding mountains.
Swimming Pool –
Relax in the pool that is on the roof top of the property and views of the surrounding mountains.
We host a collection of historical and cultural books that portrays not only Nepal but the property itself.
The Baber Mahal Vilas offers an extravagant collection of souvenirs that support our traditional Nepali artisans.
These rooms are located in the Newari section of the property, and hence blends with the traditional décor of the Newari culture.
These Suites are in the Mustang section of the property, and hence reflects the traditional Buddhist décor. This is illustrated in the Buddhist art work on the furniture and the wall paintings.
One suite has a Victorian finish while the other two suites provide the guest a Traditional Newari feel with its decor.
These Suites illustrates the Rana era décor reflecting the Victorian culture prevalent during the Rana regime