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Perched in the mountains above the Paro airport, and opposite the Paro Dzong and the National Museum, Khangkhu is strategically located. Here you have amazing views of the Paro valley from your room and dining verandas. Facilities include restaurants, bar, spa and lounge. Each room is equipped with attached bathroom, cable TV, coffee/tea maker and high-speed internet.
Uma is an intimate, 29 room resort featuring private villas with an enviable location in the Paro Valley. You can easily access the highlights of Paro, from Tiger’s Nest monastery to the museums, monasteries, and markets. Each villa is private with views of the mountains, forests, and valley. Each villa also has its own glade planted with local flora and is largely decorated with items made by local
Hotel Jumolhari is recently renovated, but retains the charm of its traditional Bhutanese hospitality combined with a distinctive boutique style decor. It is located in the heart of Thimphu and accessible to all places of interest. Enjoy the view of the river running past. The hotel has a bar and multi-cuisine restaurant, steam room/sauna and library. The 26 comfortable rooms include private
In keeping with the enchanting surroundings, the Taj is a blend of Bhutan’s Dzong architecture and modern design. Adorned with classical hand-drawn Buddhist murals, its 66 elegant guestrooms afford guests striking highlights of the region’s art and color. Taj Tashi’s location in the capital city of Thimpu, makes it the ideal base from which to explore the tiny kingdom’s spectacular
Encircled by pine forests in the hidden valley of Phobjikha, the Dewachen Hotel features sixteen double rooms, modern bathroom fittings, and a restaurant with a magnificent view. Enjoy the cocktail lounge and horse-riding facilities. Rooms are heated by iron stove and hot water bottles warm your bed before retiring in the evening.
Potato farmers Nangay Pem and her husband Phob Gaytshey run a small homestay in their two-story traditional farmhouse. There are four guest bedrooms and an altar room upstairs, while the family lives on the ground floor. Join the family for dinner in the kitchen, seated on the floor around the bukhari (wood stove). The couple's daughter, Sonam Wangmo, speaks English, but you don't need a guide to translate
Punakha / Wangdue
Nestled in beautiful Punakha valley, the Damchen Hotel is conveniently located close to the town and river. The architecture and décor provide a good example of traditional Bhutanese architecture. Enjoy the garden and the beautiful surroundings. Each of the Bhutanese-style rooms are equipped with hot water, bath tub, and television. Many of the rooms have a beautiful view of the Punakha
Located at Chuzomsa at 5000 ft elevation, the Kichu Resort overlooks the Dangchu river and is nestled in the alpine forest. Enjoy the scenery from your private balcony or while eating vegetarian cuisine in the modern restaurant. Relax in the 5 acres of garden and along the river bank. Each of the rooms is decorated with Bhutanese décor and equipped with hot water, cable TV, and internet
Newly opened in 2014, Dhensa is a boutique hotel located in the heart of the Punakha Valley. Set in the forest, it overlooks the river below and is a short walk to the nunnery. The hotel was entirely built by the handiwork of local Bhutanese artists. All 24 suites have private balconies, wifi, and air conditioning. Dhensa also has a restaurant that serves Bhutanese favorites and tries to use local,
Amankora Bumthang overlooks established orchards and is nestled near the grounds of one of Bhutan's royal palaces. The lodge offers a library, comfortable living room, a regal dining room and a spa with three treatment rooms and a steam room. Accessed through an impressive stone-clad hallway, 16 guest suites are situated in four separate dwellings. Suites feature wood-paneled interiors, a traditional
Lechuna Heritage Lodge
Lechuna Heritage Lodge is located in the smallest district of Bhutan at an altitude of 9700 feet. It is a beautiful farmhouse, immersed in history, and located in the picturesque village of Lechu. The lodge is encircled on three sides by mud walls, roofed with wooden shingles. The main house stands tall, its original character intact. It is a three story mansion built predominantly with rammed mud and
Established in 2000, the Wangdicholing Resort is nestled on a hilltop facing the Chamkhar Chu river, about 1 km from town. This charming family-run establishment offers panoramic vistas and top notch hospitality. Boasting traditional Bhutanese architecture, the hotel has 35 uniquely decorated rooms.
Yu Gharling is a beautiful boutique hotel that overlooks the Chamkhar River, temples, and the surrounding paddy fields. The lodge offers a regal dining room and a spa with three treatment rooms and a steam room. Suites feature wood-paneled interiors, a king-size bed, free wifi, and room service.
All trekking parties in Bhutan are accompanied by a trained guide, a cook, an assistant and at least one horseman. Horses and yaks carry all provisions and most of your gear. You will only have to carry a daypack. The support crew walks ahead each day and pitches camp before you arrive. All meals are carefully planned. Your wake-up call each morning will be a hot tea or coffee bought to your tent along
Yangkhil Resort is an elegant establishment in the historic town of Trongsa. It has 21 rooms constructed in traditional Bhutanese style with modern décor. Lush, colorful gardens, a fish pond, and views of the mountains add to the resort’s natural and exotic character. Each room has a private veranda. There is a restaurant at the resort that serves Bhutanese and Indian cuisine. There is also a
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