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Chain hotel Shinta Mani enters Nepal


04 April 2022  

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KATHMANDU: The international chain hotel brand, Shinta Mani Hotel, is going to provide its service in Nepal.

Shinta Mani Hotel has taken over the management of the Moksha Hotel, a famous hotel in Mustang.

Moksha Hotel is presently being run under Sherpa Hospitality Group. It is stated that now the Shinta Mani Hotel will manage this resort. Moksha Hotel is also considered one of the famous hotels operated under the Yeti Group.

Shinta Mani Hotel has been operating luxury hotels in various places of the world. Shinta Mani is a famous brand operating expensive hotels amidst forests and the wild.

A bilateral agreement has been reached for the Shinta Mani Hotel to handle the management of the Moksha Hotel (resort) from coming October.

Moksha Hotel was constructed at an investment of Rs 1.10 billion. Yeti Group Chairman Sonam Sherpa said that the agreement has been reached according to which the Shinta Mani Hotel will look after the entire management of the resort.

American architect Bill Bensley is credited with starting the Shinta Mani Hotel brand. He said his venture has become successful in jungle tourism in Cambodia and believes that it will be successful in Nepal as well.

It is stated that works have been started with the objective of promoting Jomsom as the major vacation destination for the tourists from all over the world.

Publish Date : 04 April 2022 21:53 PM

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