Kathmandu, June 2
The Department of Tourism has listed 78 hotels in the Kathmandu valley and Dhulikhel for Nepalis and foreigners to stay in quarantine for five to 10 days after landing in Kathmandu.
The announcement comes as the suspended flights are gradually reopening.
Whereas the government had listed eight hotels in Kathmandu for the passengers of Air Bubble scheme flights between Nepal and India, it added 70 more hotels to the list. The new hotels finalised for quarantine include seven five-star hotels, three four-star hotels, seven three-star hotels, 51 tourist-standard hotels and two resorts.
All hotels except the star-rated ones have been allowed to charge up to Rs 3,000 per day including all taxes and service charges for three meals a day and accommodation. Star hotels can charge as per their own policy.
The department warns hotels failing to abide by the set rules shall be punished as per the Infectious Disease Control Act, 1964.
Find the list of the hotels below: