United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres, currently on a four-day visit to Nepal, has been offered a unique accommodation for his overnight stay in the picturesque city of Pokhara. Guterres will be spending the night at the renowned Fish Tail Lodge in the Lakeside area, a room that once hosted British King Charles in December 1981.
Upon his arrival in Pokhara, Guterres was greeted with a warm welcome at the city’s old airport, featuring a tableau and cultural program. This visit, organized by the Nepali Army, aims to emphasize the urgent need to address the impacts of climate change on a global scale.
The room at Fish Tail Lodge, where Guterres will stay overnight, offers stunning views of Phewa Lake and snow-capped mountain peaks, making it a truly exceptional choice for his accommodations. Anil Shrestha, the managing director of Fish Tail Lodge, confirmed that distinguished guests from around the world have continued to stay in this historic room over the years. The hotel management is fully prepared to cater to the Secretary General’s requirements, ensuring a comfortable and memorable experience.