Yes, this is a budget hotel like many I have stayed in Nepal but this hotel was a complete disappointment. The two positive things were that I always had hot water to take a nice shower and that it is located 2 minutes walk from where the bus stops, so was convenient to take my luggage.
The negatives and why I would not recommend staying here:
Place run down, wall had humidity. I had to ask them to fix the window that did not lock, and as a female solo traveler safety is important, I can not sleep with an open window. They were not able to fix it but agreed to change rooms. In the new room Cable channels did not work, was told by the Manager, after he tried to fix it that I will have to watch Nepali channels. (If you don’t have it, don’t advertise it). WiFi very poor, was not able to connect most of the time. Very noise, not only do to noise from the Main Street but management do not have control over guests. I had to call the manager and askes to tell the adult guest (obviously were part of a tour) to go to the lobby to talk or ask them to go into their rooms, they should not be talking on the hallways, they were not the only guests in the hotel. A completely lack of respect and consideration. The staff was nice but need to understand how to run this place efficiently.