• Namche lodge

    YMH Namche

    3,340m (11,155 ft)
    Lat: 27 48' 271'' | Long: 86 42' 550''

"Perched on the upper slopes of the bustling Sherpa capital, YMH Namche is breathtaking – literally! Voted best YMH of 2011. Now with Himalayan Healers spa."

YMH Namche Lodge, perched on the upper slopes of the bustling Sherpa capital, is breathtaking – literally! Voted the best YMH of 2011. Now with Himalayan Healers spa. Get to: 2 days’ walk.

Height: 3,340m (11,155 ft) | Latitude: 27 48' 271'' | Longitude: 86 42' 550''

Namche Bazaar (3440m), the historical capital of the Khumbu, is the ideal place to spend two nights for acclimatizing. You can visit the nearby Khunde, home to the Hillary hospital and Khumjung where you can see the Hillary school. We offer the ideal homely retreat on the flanks of the horseshoe shaped valley with lovely views of Kongde Ri. At a distance of just about 10 minutes from the hotel you will find the panoramic vista that opens up to include views of Everest, Lhotse and the beautiful Ama Dablam.



At Namche Lodge, bedrooms are finished with a combination of traditional Khumbu and modern style with natural wood featuring extensively, for a warm cozy and relaxing feel. Each room has been designed with your total comfort in mind.

All bedrooms offer either king-size bed or twin-bedded accommodation. To ensure your complete comfort, we operate a no smoking policy throughout the hotel and also do not allow any pets. We have an electric mat in each bed and clean blanket to keep you warm. A thermos of hot boiled water is served in each room.



We serve organic vegetables grown in our own green house.

Decorated with fresh flowers, our dining room can arrange sitting for 40 people. Our guests can enjoy the cozy warmth of our sealed chimney in the dining room while enjoying mouth watering meals along with the spectacular view of the mountains!


  • 20 spacious and cozy rooms
  • En-suite bathroom with hot & cold running water
  • Electric mat to keep your bed warm
  • Dining room serving delicious and fresh cuisine
  • Leisure room with fire chimney
  • Credit card payment facility
  • Well stocked bar with chimney
  • Free WIFI access
  • Message & well-being treatments
  • Spectacular view of the Himalayas

Flight Service

We also provide flight service. We issue tickets to the guests who haven’t got their tickets. We also assist our guest in proponing or postponing their tickets to Kathmandu.


Know the Area

Namche Bazaar is a Gateway to Mount Everest and also known as Capital of Khumbu Valley. It is located within the Khumbu area at 3,440 metres (11,286 ft) Latitude : 27 48' 271'' Longitude : 86 42' 550'', populating the sides of a hill. Namche is the oldest trade centre for the Khumbu region. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 1647 people residing in 397 individual households.

West of Namche is Kongde Ri at 6,187 metres (20,299 ft) and to the east is Thamserku at 6,623 metres (21,729 ft). Namche has a permanent population of around 800. On Saturday mornings, a weekly market is held in the center of the village. People from all around the Namche area come to sell their wares, to locals and to visitors alike. The market usually starts around sunrise and begins to break up around 11 am. Also, there may be a daily Tibetan market where clothing and cheap Chinese consumer goods tend to be the main articles for sale. Tibetan merchants have traditionally come to the market by way of high passes through the Himalayas; however the Chinese currently disallow this passage.

A good acclimatisation walk from Namche Bazaar goes to Khumjung valley and Kunde Hospital. Khumjung Valley is situated near Mount Khumbila, 3970 metres from sea level. A monastery in Khumjung houses a purported Yeti scalp. This village has modern communications such as internet and mobile and landline phones.

Kunde Hospital has serves 8,000 people from Khumbu district. It is situated 3,840 metres above sea level and was founded by Sir Edmund Hillary in 1966. The hospital was funded and operated by The Himalayan Trust until 1976 and is now supported by the Sir Edmund Hillary Foundation. The resort is located just above the traditional village in an idyllic location. From here you can enjoy the panoramic views of the village and its soothing landscapes.

An extra day is ideally required to acclimatize, visit the Khunde Hospital and learn about the ethnic Sherpa Culture once you reach Namche.

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