The charm of remaining in a once-upon-a-time royal residence appeals one and the inn has kept up its highborn intricaies on the interior and grandstands its magnificent structure at night by well-positioned lighting. Rooms are comfortable but care must be taken not to take off windows confronting the quadrangle open as pigeons settle there. Lavatories might be superior but clean nevertheless. Breakfast is the highlight with numerous choices. The eateries are open and vaporous but the bar at the cellar can get stuffy. The staff are affable and supportive, particularly the front work area and visit operator who were extremely patient. The area is perfect because it could be a unimportant 10 mins from Thamel and there are numerous eateries around the lodging region.