Shintamani Mustang' Hotel Ranked Among World's Top 22 by National Geographic

In a remarkable achievement, 'Shintamani Mustang' Hotel, located in the Himalayan district of Mustang's Jomsom, has secured a place in the prestigious list of the world's top 22 hotels. This recognition comes from the 2024 edition of National Geographic's 'Best of the World' list.

With a price tag of NPR 273,000 (approx. USD 2,300) per night, this hotel stands out as one of the three successful entries from the Asian continent. Claiming the top spot for Asia, 'Shintamani Mustang' Hotel is a testament to the region's rich cultural and natural heritage.

Constructed just two years ago, the resort boasts traditional architecture and locally sourced materials, offering visitors an authentic experience amidst the ancient ambiance of the region. Its strategic location provides easy access to century-old Buddhist monasteries and stunning landscapes, making it an ideal destination for trekking enthusiasts and cultural explorers alike.

One of the hotel's highlights is its 60-seat Nilgiri Restaurant, renowned for serving Himalayan Yak momos, Tibetan Thukpa, Chhurpi soup, and other local delicacies. Managed under the Sherpa Hospitality Group, 'Shintamani Mustang' Hotel sets a benchmark for luxury and adventure tourism, situated at an altitude of 2,800 meters above sea level.

With its inclusion in the 'Best of the World' list by National Geographic and recognition from publications like The New York Times, Mustang continues to attract global attention as a premier destination for luxury and adventure travelers. The mention of Mustang in these esteemed publications not only promotes tourism but also highlights the region's rich history and cultural heritage, preserved through the ages.

For affluent travelers seeking luxury and adventure, 'Shintamani Mustang' Hotel promises an unforgettable experience, blending world-class amenities with authentic Nepalese hospitality in the heart of the majestic Himalayas.


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