Maya Manor is a historic mansion turned into a boutique hotel. Commander in Chief Toran Shumsher Rana and his brother Balram SJB Rana had built he original building in 1935. The Chinese Ambassador lived in this mansion for ten years before the current owner took it over, and vigorously worked hard to convert it to a boutique hotel.
Nestled in a manicured neo-classical garden, Maya Manor Boutique Hotel is adorned with a Victorian gazebo, exquisite Rocco works, and wrought-iron verandas. It embodies the idea of a quintessential Victorian-era architecture furnished with antiques, art & artifacts. The regal buttery-yellow property of Maya Manor Boutique Hotel manages to offer a timely and timeless flavor of the rich past.
Maya Manor has 40 luxury rooms and seven exclusive suites, including a historic lounge full of elegant antiquities. The hotel features a meeting hall, full-fledged gym, and sauna. This seven storied boutique hotel is fully air-conditioned, featuring a king-size bed in all rooms. All rooms consist of LED TV, safe deposit, free Wi-Fi, coffee and tea facilities, granite-laid- bathroom with fluffy bathrobes, hair-dryer, scales. There are also well-stocked mini-bar and complimentary mineral water: room amenities and even free WiFi.
The hotel has three private rooftop gardens on various floors providing stunning views of the rich cultural landscape of the valley encircled within a green rim of a mountain and snow-clad Himalaya. The Maharaja Restaurant earned the hotel a near-perfect score in the dining category.
The hotels also feature a conference hall, bar, money exchange, and laundry service.