Tiger Mountain Pokhara Lodge has a gorgeous location, on a hilltop ridge more than 1000 feet above the Pokhara Valley. The infinity pool has a surreal view of the Annapurna and Machapuchare range.
Rooms are spacious and arranged around the hilltop in individual hand-cut stone bungalows. Each has its own garden, private veranda, and adjoining bathroom. A well kept vegetable garden provides some excellent food , served at meal times by excellent well trained staff.
The focal point is the main lodge, which has a bar and a library and overlooks a Nepali-style courtyard. The library has a unique collection of Himalayan mountaineering literature and photographs belonging to the late Colonel J.O.M. Roberts, a much-respected mountaineer in Nepal.
October marked Tiger Mountain’s 20th Anniversary - opened by Sir Edmund Hillary in 1998. Since then the staff, many of whom built the lodge and over 85% are still working at the hotel on a shared journey of sustainability.