9 Rooms is a house with rooms that are unique and have a creative touch from local artists, up-cycled furniture and vintage decorations. It is a comfortable place you can live in while in Kathmandu.
9 Rooms is a unique place, with lots of creative touches, cosy atmosphere, and a respectful environment. It is a good place for people who are staying in Kathmandu long and short term and are looking for a peaceful living space.
The house is slowly getting filled with work from local and traveling artists, locally made materials, upcycled furniture, vintage items we have gathered from homes around the city and the world, and all kinds of other random bits and pieces.
9 Rooms is clean and comfortable, affordable and private. Every room is clean and secure, with lots of natural light, comfortable bedding, and storage space.
There is power backup so you can have light, internet, and charge your phone even when the power goes out. There is also wifi, hot water, a kitchen/common room, parking space, and a sunny rooftop. (Please do note, however, that sometimes problems with internet, road construction, water issues, gas shortages, etc. are sometimes beyond our control.)
All art featured in 9 Rooms is for sale from the artist directly. Please ask if something interests you.
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There is power backup, wifi, hot water, a kitchen/common room, plenty of parking space, garden area, and a sunny rooftop. We'll help you out with advice on getting around, events, and local favorites.
9 Rooms is tucked away in a quiet alley in Patan, just south of central Kathmandu. It's within walking distance to many cafes, restaurants, shops, and public transport at Jawalakhel Chowk.
You can stay at 9 Rooms for a minimum of a week or several months. Because many people are staying for more than a week or two, this is a good place to meet others and feel at home.
9 Rooms is in Patan, just south of the river from central Kathmandu. We are just off of Ekanatakuna Chowk, in the alley right opposite the big tree.
It’s not far from Patan Durbar Square and the many cafes, restaurants, shops, and markets that are in the area. See a map of our location.
9 Rooms is close to public transport and stores where you can pick up all your basic goods, but in a quiet little alley.
There a many vegetable and fruit sellers very nearby.
The area is home to many Tibetan people, with Buddhist prayer flags and craft centers. A Tibetan carpet making center is right next door to 9 Rooms.