Nepal’s best hotel hit the bottom. Can it rise again?

How a high-end resort fell victim to the nation’s political vicissitudes, becoming a microcosm of how politics and conflict impact businesses.
The resort, one of Nepal's most iconic properties, is set to reopen by mid-April, after being shut down for 2.5 years. If it fails to do well this time, the property will be auctioned. Handout Photo
Sangam Prasain
Published at : January 31, 2020
Updated at : January 31, 2020 20:56

Sangam Prasain

Sangam Prasain is Business Editor at The Kathmandu Post, covering tourism, agriculture, mountaineering, aviation, infrastructure and other economic affairs. He joined The Kathmandu Post in October 2009.