By Rup Narayan Dhakal : Pokhara— The Busy Bee Resort (BBR) has come into operation in touristy town Pokhara. Nepal Electricity Authority Executive Director Kulman Ghising inaugurated the resort with a formal ceremony organized at resort premises in Street Number 15 of Lakeside.
Actress Swastima Khadka, Gandaki Province assembly member Rajiv Pahari and BBR’s Chairman Jack Tamang also assisted Ghising during the grand opening of resort. The resort with 34 rooms had carried out a soft opening with service start three months before.
The resort is good choice for tourists seeking comfort and a form of relaxation in Lakeside. After three decades of hospitality experience at busy bee cafe, this resort expertise comfort and convenience, combing Nepalese touches with the essentials of the contemporary travelers. With sleek access to the main sights and attraction of Pokhara and without the noise of the city center, the resort is a sanctuary of absolute tranquility and bliss.
At Busy Bee Café, the group have served for more than thirty years which is the most happening place in the town. BBC offers live music performed by their own local bands and unbeatable international cuisine accompanied by the fantastic atmosphere to make travelers’ weekends, gathering and celebration the best one ever.
Jack Tamang, Yogesh Bhattarai, Saroj Bhattarai, Sunil Bhattarai and Basanta Mahat established this resort with an investment of Rs 100 million. The resort has AC rooms, separate balcony, coffee maker inside room, garden view, swimming pool, spa, conference hall, restaurant and bar. The resort has standard, deluxe, suits and family rooms in between 45 USD to 100 USD.