Bhutan Hotels

  • Amankora Bumthang
    Consisting of four valleys — Chhume, Choekhor, Tang and Ura — Bumthang is home to no less than 29 temples and monasteries, a museum and a treasure-trove of Bhutan’s art and painting traditions. The 16-suite Amankora Bumthang rests adjacent to the Wandichholing Palace, within the town of Jakar in the Choekhor Valley. Overlooking established orchards and nestled near th ...e grounds of one of Bhutan's royal palaces, the lodge offers a Library, comfortable Living Room, regal Dining Room and cosy Spa with three treatment rooms, a steam room and changing areas. Accessed through an impressive stone-clad hallway, are the marvelous suites. Visits to organic farms and local cottage industries can be arranged. Bumthang produces a variety of products including butter, cheese, honey, spirits and brandies. Show More
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  • Jakar Village Exterior
    The lodge serves a range of sumptuous and delicious cuisines ranging from local delicatessen to continental dishes. There are local delicacies like puta and khurba(made from buckwheat). Beverages include local and imported drinks. The lodge is known for good food. Stay with the lodge and experience the true himalayan valley, the last Shangrila on earth, BHUTAN.
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  • Amankora Gangtey
    In the little-visited Phobjikha Valley near the village of Gangtey, the eight-suite Amankora Gangtey is set on a forested knoll with scenic views of the valley floor and the 16th century Gangtey Goemba (monastery). Part of one of Bhutan’s most important wildlife reserves, the valley is home each winter to a flock of 300 rare and endangered black-neck cranes.
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  • Dewachen Hotel
    The rooms are heated with iron stove and hot water bags in the bed, the coldest days and nights are not a challenge. So come away to unwind and enjoy being pampered and catered to. After spending a little time, guests will come away looking at life with a difference.
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  • Amankora Paro
    Situated in Balakha Village, 30 minutes from Paro International Airport, the 24-suite Amankora Paro contrasts rustic elements with contemporary design. Its architecture features natural rammed-earth walls, gently sloping roofs and wood-paneled interiors. Centered by a large flagstone courtyard, a lime-washed stone pavilion houses the living and dining room facilities, ... library and outdoor terrace, all warmed by fireplaces. The Dining Room opens onto an external terrace which overlooks a small stream. Views extend to snow-clad Jhomolhari and the ruins of the ancient dzong. Amankora Paro’s Dining Room serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, specializing in Indian, Western and Bhutanese dishes. Behind the main cluster of buildings is the luxury Spa Bhutan which is set on two levels. The upper level contains an arrival area, changing rooms, a sauna, steam room and glass-walled yoga studio. Steps descend to the lower level which houses one double treatment room and four single treatment rooms, each fitted with a shower and unique outdoor bath.Show More
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  • Nak-Sel
    Leading Bhutan in energy efficiency, Nak-Sel features Swedish under floor heating systems, LED lighting, and highly efficient water heaters, preheated by solar panels. Main construction materials for Nak-Sel are indigenous and locally purchased. Traditional windows, mud-bricks, framework and even furniture were locally crafted here in Ngoba Village, connecting Nak-Sel ... to the surrounding forest.Show More
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  • Uma Paro
    Uma Paro's guest services include access to COMO Shambhala Retreat, comprehensive travel and tour assistance, including treks and guides, concierge and butler services, foreign exchange, multilingual hotel staff, laundry and pressing services, maid service and evening turndown, fully licensed as a travel agency and ground handler in Bhutan, business centre with librar ...y and Internet service, babysitting (on request, with 24 hours notice), and private cars and drivers upon request.Show More
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  • Zhiwa Ling Hotel
    Five years in the making, Zhiwa Ling Hotel is a tribute to the ornate architectural arts of Bhutan. Every part of the hotel is handmade, from the massive hand-carved wooden beams to the seemingly endless designs of the colorful, hand-painted ceilings and walls. The hotel is Bhutan's first locally owned, faithfully traditional luxury hotel that also happens to have all ... the modern conveniences that technology can provide. As a result, guests can experience an authentic Buddhist ceremony beside the 450-year-old timbers of the in-hotel temple while remaining comfortably warm thanks to an advanced Swedish in-floor heating system. Likewise, guests can order room service for favorite local dishes such as “ema datsi” which is traditional chillies and cheese while checking their email or surfing the Internet, wirelessly, inside the privacy and comfort of their rooms. This property was named one of National Geographic’s Most Unique Lodges in the World.Show More
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  • Amankora Punakha Farmhouse
    Accessed by crossing a suspension bridge over the Mo Chhu, the lodge is centred by a traditional Bhutanese farmhouse built by a former Je Kempo (Chief Abbot of Bhutan). This quaint, three-storey structure with its preserved vegetable dye wall paintings is now a reception area with a Dining Room, traditional Altar Room, a courtyard for alfresco dining and a tea pavilio ...n. Just beyond is the Spa with two treatment rooms, a steam room, changing areas and a yoga/meditation room. Eight suites, located in three rammed-earth dwellings, are situated in an orange orchard with views across the rice fields and up the Punakha Valley. Show More
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