Lavilla Sherpani – A ‘Vision’ to offer the traveler an exceptional treat in this part of the world.
A stone’s throw from Everest National Park, LA VILLA SHERPANI is a typical and comfortable mountain hotel. Located in the village of LUKLA and surrounded by high mountain pastures, LA VILLA SHERPANI is rich in Sherpa culture and in the history of great Himalayan expeditions.
Enjoy the breathtaking plane or helicopter ride from Kathmandu to Lukla’s impressive “Tenzing-Hillary Airport”- a ride which takes you over some of the world’s most beautiful mountains.
For those going on to Khumbu or the Mt. Everest- LA VILLA SHERPANI at an altitude of 2800 m , offers the traveller or climber an opportunity to get used to the higher altitude, and is a haven of rest upon return.
The hotel sits on the edge of Sherpa country and bears witness to the commercial activity between the Rai, Tamang and Magar ethnic groups.
LA VILLA SHERPANI is a sister company of Khumbila Adventure Travel.
20 Twin Bed Rooms
Attached Bathrooms with hot/cold water
Outdoor Camping Ground
Restaurant / Bar / Lounge
Pool Table / Library
Meeting & Moments
Your day means everything to us. A gracious handshake. A shared joke. A spirited debate. We believe that working together is more genuine - real people, in real time, in a real place. And together is how we can create, inspire and solve virtually anything.
Dining at our hotel
The dining area with its cozy fireplace greets you to the traditional Sherpa decorative ornaments (wall-hanging “tankas”) and delicious half –regional, half continental cuisine of our local chef. We place a strong focus on food that is fresh, organic and local. Many of our vegetables, herbs, and ingredients we use at our restaurant are grown at our own sloping terraced farms. All rice, lentils, and different types of flour including buckwheat, millet, and wheat flours are produced in the agricultural belt of southern Nepal.
LAVILLA SHERPANI is committed to offer our guests the traditional hospitality that has become the renown of this high mountain region.