This luxury hotel is situated in the Thimphu valley and its architecture is a blend of Bhutan’s Dzong architecture and modern design and one can also see Buddhist murals in the hotel. The hotel offers its guests Bhutan’s cuisine, breathtaking views of the mountains and a Bhutanese themed restaurant, cafe and spa.
This hotel is located in the heart of Thimphu, a convenient location for people who want to explore the bustling, metropolitan city area. They offer a package of stay and curated tours through Bhutan.
This luxury lodge is located in the western end of the Punakha valley. This hotel is convenient for travellers who want to explore the beautiful Himalayan terrain and historical sites and is located 5 hours from Paro.
This hotel is built by the company Amanresorts, which was the first foreign company permitted to build a hotel in Bhutan. They now have luxury lodges across various places in Bhutan like Paro, Bumthang, Gangtey, Punakha and Thimphu. These lodges are also built with inspiration from dzong architecture.
A former Bhutanese palace, the Gangtey Palace was once the residence of the penlop of Paro and was built in the 19th century. It has a historical charm to it and it offers exceptional views to the paddy fields, the Paro Dzong and hills of Paro. It is a sprawling property set in 15 acres of apple orchards and gardens. It is a short drive from downtown Paro.
This resort was established in 1999 and is one of the first resorts in Punakha. It is run by a family and reflects Bhutanese hospitality in its service. Situated above it, it offers scenic views of the Punakha valley and is a good option for budget travellers.