Naksel, a community-based project that is eco friendly and Energy Saver efficient, blends the heritage of traditional Bhutanese architecture and the comfort of modern amenities. Elaborate hand-carved pillars and beautiful stonework exemplify the essence of Bhutan while tapered mud-brick walls provide insulation and restful silence.

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With high-rise ceilings, custom wood flooring and rainfall shower, no detail has been overlooked in the furnishing of the Deluxe Rooms.

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At Olive Restaurant, indulge yourself with the savory Kewa Datsi, a Bhutanese specialty, served with cucumber salad and local Ngoba red rice or try the Yak burger dressed with homemade spicy mustard served with water crest salad and crispy potato wedges.

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This fabulous hotel features a full service spa and gym. Activities include hiking and sight seeing. Just beyond the mud walls of Nak-Sel lies the National Forest with endless trails and untouched pine clad hillsides. Journey to Hotel Olathang, the bustling streets of Paro Town, or even to the high reaches of Chelela Pass from the simple start of your hotel room door.

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