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Everest Hotel: A Guide to Everest Base Camp Trek Accommodation


Choosing the right accommodation during the trek can be a bit tricky. The accommodation makes a huge difference in your trekking experience. With the growing number of tourist, Everest best camp is improving its accommodation quality. The region has an adequate number of Everest Hotel called tea houses. Everest Hotel View is also very popular the region. Hotels in Everest Base Camp has basic facilities.

Tea house offers food and accommodation to the trekkers. There will not be any luxurious star hotels during the trek, but you’ll find well-maintained and comfortable tea houses. You should choose the popular trekking routes wisely for better service at a reasonable cost. Here is the guide to Everest Base Camp Trek Accommodation. Everest Base Camp has plenty of tea house options to few luxurious hotels located at Namche, Tengboche, and Dingboche. But the high altitude regions like Pheriche or Gorakshep has basic tea house accommodation. Here is the details of Everest Hotel.


Accommodation at tea houses- Everest hotel

Teahouse trek is gaining popularity all over the world and Nepal is no expectation. Tea houses stay is the best way to feel the locals life. The cozy Everest Hotel will also give you “home” feeling!!!
Tea houses vary in price as per the amenities they feature. Tea houses on the lower region offer electricity, wi-fi western toilet facility, and hot shower. But there are some tea houses at a higher altitude which offers only basic kind of services.

Everest Hotel
Everest Hotel


There are usually single rooms with twin beds. Some room might also have a small table or a chair. Normally, beds have a comfortable pillow and sheets and blanket. Some might also have shelf, hooks, and coat while some tea houses don’t have it. Everest Hotel have plan good rooms.


A clean and comfortable toilet is an essential part of the trek for good health and hygiene. On the lower elevation, there are western style toilets. On the higher elevating you’ll find squat toilet facilities.

Keep in mind that tea houses generally do not have toilet roll paper. This means, using a toilet can be a little weird to you. It is important to know that you maintain your hygiene in a proper way.

Other Amenities at Tea Houses

• Free cold showers and paid hot showers ($1-$3)
• Some tea house has a plug where you can charge your device freely while important some tea house charge $2-$3/ hour to charge your electronic devices.
• For internet in the trial, you should purchase data from prepaid Data SIM Card. You can use the Ncell 3G internet in the Everest region. Teahouses on the trail also provide internet facilities for a charge of around $3-$5/ hour.

Hotel at Lukla

The trek starts with a flight to Lukla. You can either further trek to Phakding and Namche or else stay in Lukla as well. Lukla has plenty of good Everest Hotel with much better facilities than tea houses on the trail.

Hotel at Phakding

Your next stop will be in a beautiful small village named Phakding. Phakding has hotels on both sides of Dudh Koshi river which is cheaper than the hotels in Lukla. There are also some luxury accommodations at Phakkding.

Hotel at Namche Bazaar

Namche Bazaar is a great place for acclimatization where trekkers spend a few days.
The place has a beautiful viewpoint and amazing landscape. Further, Namche has some best tea house along with the great Everest Hotel facilities. There are also many 3 star hotels with little 5-star accommodation.

Hotel at Tengboche

Tengboche is known for Tengboche monastery at 3,867 m. asl. There are only a few hotels in Tengboche with basic facilities. The rooms have attached bathrooms and also the hot shower. Tengboche gets crowded during the peak seasons and thus you might need to pre-book the hotel.

Hotel at Dingboche

Dingboche is a beautiful Sherpa village with dozens of lodges, a bakery, and also an internet cafe. Trekkers usually spend two nights at Dingboche for acclimatization purpose. So Dingboche has great Everest Hotel.

Hotel at Lobuche

Lobuche is also an overnight stop on the trail with quite basic hotels. During peak season, you might need to pre-book the trek.

Hotel at Gorak Shep:

Gorakshep is pretty basic accommodation. During the peak trekking season, you might also have to sleep in a dining room.

Everest Hotel
Everest Hotel

Price for tea houses in Everest Base Camp:

The accommodation in the Everest trail depends on the altitude and season. The same lodge might cost high during spring and autumn. The basic accommodation cost around $2-$4 per night.
During off-season, the rates might drop to 50%. Sometimes, the accommodations might also be free if you eat on that particular tea house.


Last but not the least, with many wonderful accommodations, you’ll have no issues tailoring your EBC trek to exactly your needs !!!!!

Contact us here to book your trek to Everest Base Camp. We will book all the accommodation for you.

Now it’s time to get planning!!

About Shobita Neupane

Shobita is a co-founder of Travel Diary Nepal. She is a passionate traveler and a content writer. Her favorite quote is Fly so high until your problem looks smaller and the dream seems closer.

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