Akama Hotel: Sanima Group Enters on Hospitality Industry
Kathmandu – After a great success in areas of hydropower, banks, insurance, education, hospitals, media, Sanima Group has entered the hospitality industry. Sanima Group has spent two billion rupees to bring a 108-room hotel in Dhumbarahi. With conducting apPress conference on Monday hotel management committee has informed that Hotel is ready to conduct service.
“The private sector business group is aiming to contribute to the hospitality industry for Government announcement Nepal Visit Year 2020 goal,” said Vinay Kumar Shrestha, president of the hotel. According to him, although investment in other areas is increasing, Through the Akama hotel we have entered in the hospitality sector. This group will be further planning as per the requirement with the entry into this area said Shrestha. He informed that Sunrise Bank has invested one billion rupees in the consolidation of Siddhartha Bank.
Hotel general manager Raju Shrestha said that the hotel will transcend Nepali originality with modern amenities. According to him, there will be an effort to give the guests an experience of local Newari and Himalayan culture. The hotel is just 4 km from Tribhuvan International Airport. From here, Pashupatinath, Bauddha Stupa, and Swayambhu Nath are the nearest destination. Shrestha informed that modern equipment can be easily used in the hotel with comfortable rooms, beautiful and pleasant atmosphere.
At the hotel’s ninth-floor Chinese-Italian restaurant named Chao Bella can be enjoyed with international food test and a panoramic view of Kathmandu. The five different halls of in the hotel will facilitate the promotion of tourism, meetings or conference (MICE). General Manager Shrestha said that the hotel has the facility of hosting up to 15 to 1500 people for banquets or group events for the MICE tourists.
The hotel has attractive swimming pools, bars, in-house gym-clubs, parking facilities. The hotel immediately employs one hundred people. He said that it is the best operating hotel in Nepali style without prioritizing any international chain. According to him, an application has already been made to the tourism department for stratification as the four-star rated based on the service facilities and capacity of the hotel. Shrestha informed that the hotel will be categorized into four stars rated by providing necessary procedures.
All of the 108 rooms, there are 95 Superior, 6 Deluxe, four Deluxe Suite, two Family Suite and one Presidential Suite, said Kaushal Kumar Singh, Director of Market and Sales of the hotel. He said, ‘As an opening offer, special discount has been given till December 30. Such discounted rooms are up to 50 percent in use and up to 20 percent in the restaurant menu. ”The minimum price per room is from $ 90 to a maximum of $ 100, Singh said.