At The Terraces, guests can choose from 16 deluxe rooms, 28 standard rooms and 2 suites.
The external appearance of The Terraces was inspired by millennia-old monastery architecture of ancient Himalayan Kingdoms. The Terraces resort is built like a Dzong – the Tibetan word for a fortress monastery. Dzongs were both a sentry over the vast valleys below and a sanctuary for spiritual introspection.
Perched atop mountaintops, the communal structures and viewing towers would command the highest point, while the private living quarters of the monks would discretely wrap around the slopes cascading from the top.
The Terraces has been designed with care by Australian architect Tim Linkins and Italian interior designer Jurij Salluzzo. These international influences give the resort a cosmopolitan feel, while still letting the stunning beauty of the Nepalese landscape pervade the senses.