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The Best Hotel in Birtamod, Jhapa
There is only a Hotel Daniel in birtamod, Jhapa. It is a best hotel to stay if you anywhere in birtamod, jhapa. Great services and facilities along with best cooked meals, something out of the location. Highly recommended! If you for some reason have to stay overnight in Birtamod, Jhapa choose Hotel Daniel. It 19km form Bhadrapur airport, about 20km form India Nepal boder kakerbita and 100km form Ilam headquater.
Great Hosts! Great views of the birtamod city and terai. The facilities of this hotel are as follows:
1) Roomservices (Housekeeping/Laundry)
2) Spacious Car Parking
3) Car rental & Air lines ticket booking
4) A/C room & Non A/C rooms with Adeequate hot & cold water
5) Conference hall.
6) A/C Restaurent Cum Bar & A/C Family Restaurent Cum Bar
7) E-mail internet Fax.
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Hotel Daniel Pvt Ltd.: Best in Birtamod
I have stayed here twice, both times during very tense situations in the streets, curfew and the like. The hotel is located a bit back from the main street and solidly built with a double exit back yard entrance, it feels safe and sound in times of trouble.
The hotel offers several categories rooms, all of them with heavy draperies and rather dark interiors, air con, somewhat damp and muggy (this is Terai), and I wonder why they need the heavy floor carpets...
But I am ready to come here again!
Manager Arjun Basnet is a freindly chap.
Nice roof top restaurant - very basic, but the food was good. Good tandoori varieties, cold beer. From the roof top you can also make phone call via Indian GSM providers across the border.
The hotel has the normal set up with communicatins in the Terai - nothing fast, but fairly reliable electronic communications.
Just a couple of blocks away from the main street where the action of the East-West Mahendra Highway is, and just near the hotel is a big food market. No tourists here!
Note that Birtamod as a city is immensely unhygienic; be careful with what and where you eat, malarial mosquitos and various water-borne diseases and food contamination.
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