Meeting in Nepal

Nepal is a popular destination for meetings and conferences, offering a range of modern facilities and venues that can accommodate events of varying sizes. The capital city of Kathmandu is the hub of Nepal’s meeting industry, with several conference centers, hotels, and event spaces that are well-suited for business events.

The Nepal Administrative Staff College is a popular venue for large-scale conferences and events, with multiple halls and conference rooms that can accommodate up to 1,000 people. The Hotel Yak and Yeti is another popular venue, with a range of meeting rooms and event spaces that can be tailored to meet the needs of different clients.

Other popular meeting venues in Kathmandu include the Hyatt Regency, the Radisson Hotel, and the Crowne Plaza Hotel, all of which offer modern facilities and services for business travelers. In addition to hotels and conference centers, there are also a number of unique venues that can be used for meetings and events, such as heritage sites, museums, and cultural centers.

Nepal’s meeting industry is supported by the government, which has introduced policies and incentives to promote the country as a destination for business events. The Nepal Tourism Board is actively promoting Nepal as a destination for meetings and conferences, and works closely with local governments, private sector players, and industry associations to create a supportive and attractive environment for business travelers.