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Hotel Olathang (Paro)
Connect yourself with nature at Hotel Olathang which is beautifully perched on a hill amidst 28 acres of blue pine forests and greenery. At Hotel Olathang our guests can enjoy an ambience of peace and tranquility, enthralling our guests with its close intimacy with nature.
The fine art of living awaits you at Olathang. Experience legendary Bhutanese Hospitality with fresh, yet traditional Bhutan architecture, elegantly appointed with inviting decor. The rooms present the perfect accommodation with a balcony (cottage only) showcasing spectacular views of the Paro Valley. Guest will find endless relaxation and comfort within its plush enclave.
Tenziling Resort (Thimphu)
Tenzinling is an intimate, family run resort. Located in a strategic location it gives a bird-eye full view of the Paro valley with a spectacular Paro Dzong in the background. All the 21 rooms have been oriented to give the view of the Dzong. Built in the ancestral land, the resort is surrounded by a small village amidst apple orchards, and rice fields. We would like to welcome you to come and experience the taste of Bhutanese hospitality at Tenzinling.
Drubchu Resort (Punakha)
Drubchhu is a family owned and managed resort. Overlooking paddy fields and farm houses, Drubchhu is developed on the ruins of an old granary which was built by Zhabdung Jigme Choegyal more than a hundred years ago. The property has a natural spring believed to be a Drubchhu (healing/miraculous water).
Simple and hearty meals are served with consistency by our young kitchen staff. We have an ever growing kitchen garden which gives the kitchen a constant supply of fresh salads. Evenings may be spent soaking in a hot stone bath, then you may opt to spend some time in the ‘Mad Man’ bar sitting around a warm bonfire. A wood fired oven is nearby for pizza and roasts on demand. Mornings can be started with fresh coffee at the café with a stunning view.
Mountain Lodge (Bumthang)
Mountain lodge is located about one km north of Jakar town, on the way to Kurjey temple, overlooking Wangdicholing. It is one of the oldest hotel in Bumthang, owned and operated by the family. The eldest son was trained in Austria in hotel management and so they are quite efficient. All the rooms are high standard wooden paneled and individually heated by the fire-wood stove (Bukhari). There is a continuous supply of hot water from the central boiler. They have a good number of trained services personal. The hotel has 27 nice rooms, good staffs and serve delicious , meals.It provides a professional service with family experience. Mountain Lodge ranks among the top hotels in Bumthang.
Dewachen Resort (Gangtey)
Encircled by pine forests in the hidden valley of Phobjikha – Gantey Gompa, home to the very rare Black Necked cranes, the Dewachen Hotel features sixteen double rooms, modern bathroom fittings, heavenly bedding comforts, and a restaurant with a magnificent view and the finest cuisine prepared by a professional chef.
At Dewachen, you’ll find each detail well thought of and your needs anticipated each time you return. For your enjoyment and recreation, we have a cocktail lounge, horse riding facilities, and cultural programs on request and for a fee. A traditional hot stone bath to unwind and end your day. With a capacity to accommodate 30 persons, our medium sized, convention hall equipped with support facilities can easily handle your most ambitious conventions.
With rooms heated by iron stove and hot water bags in your 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 with us, you’ll come away looking at life with a difference.
Tashi Namgay Resort (Paro)
The resort is set amidst five acres of lush foliage and green lawns. Located conveniently in the heart of Paro valley but away from the distractions of the main town, Tashi Namgay Resort offers you a calm and peaceful environment within a five-acre compound. Unique blends of traditional Bhutanese and modern architecture have been provided for, yet at the same time offering you all the amenities of a modern lifestyle. The concern for the environment has been foremost in the design as it is evident from the layout of the buildings, the use of solar lights, wooden ‘shingle’ roofing and mud-brick walls.
Rooms offer a great view of Paro Dzong. They have all the modern facilities such as floor heating in toilet, mini bar, TV, high-speed wireless Internet connection, hot pot, etc.
Gyelsa Boutique Hotel (Thimphu)
Gyelsa Boutique is a family-run quaint tourist certified hotel that combines all the elements of modern day amenities with the subtleties of Bhutanese hospitality. Located close to the heart of the city, the Inn is within walking distance of all major attractions in town.
Despite being built on prime property, space is not a constraint with the hotel accommodating a large terrace and ample outdoor space to enjoy a drink or a romantic candle-lit dinner under the Himalayan stars. In winter, the South-facing terrace is an ideal place to relish a continental breakfast and bask in the warm rays of the sun while the rest of Thimphu is still shrouded in the cold morning mist.
Hotel Lobesa (Punakha)
Another good choice in Punakha.
Meri Puensum Resort (Gangtey)
Another good choice in Gangtey.