Hotels in Bhutan

Hotel Olathang

Hotel Olathang

Hotel Olathang is perched on a hill, set amidst 28 acres of blue pine forests and greenery, about 3 miles outside of Paro. The hotel was established in 1974, for guests invited to the coronation of the Fourth King of Bhutan, making it one of Bhutan's oldest hotels.

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Hotel Pedling

Hotel Pedling

The Hotel Pedling has an excellent central location in Thimphu making a great base from which to explore the town. There are 33 rooms & suites, decorated in local style, each with an en-suite bathroom.

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Nak-Sel Boutique Hotel & Spa

Nak-Sel Boutique Hotel & Spa

The Nak-Sel Boutique Hotel & Spa is an inspiring creation that blends the heritage of traditional Bhutanese architecture with the comfort of modern amenities. The traditional windows, mud-bricks, the wooden framework and even the furniture were locally crafted in nearby Ngoba Village, giving the hotel a real connection with the surrounding forest.

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Zhiwa Ling Hotel

Zhiwa Ling Hotel

The Bhutanese owned Zhiwa Ling Hotel has 45 rooms and aims to combine the inherent hospitality of a traditional Bhutanese guesthouse with the best of modern day technology. The hotel's main building features elaborate hand-carved wooden cornices, traditional local decoration and Swedish underfloor heating in the rooms.

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Dewachen Hotel

Dewachen Hotel

The Dewachen Hotel is encircled by a pine forest and positioned in the heart of the Phobjikha Valley, close to the Black-necked Crane Observatory. The hotel features 16 rooms decorated with wooden fittings and a modern en-suite bathroom.

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Gongkhar Guest House

Gongkhar Guest House

The Gongkhar Guest House is a friendly, family run property in Bumthang's Chokhor Valley positioned just outside the town and across the valley from the Jakar Dzong. The rooms can be found in one storey blocks set around a central lobby and dining area.

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Hotel Jumolhari

Hotel Jumolhari

The Hotel Jumolhari has a very good central location in Thimphu, close to Clocktower Square and has gained a good reputation for service and traditional Bhutanese hospitality. There are 26 well appointed rooms which provide a comfortable base for visitors to Thimphu and offer up to date facilities with a private bathroom.

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Kichu Resort Wangdi

Kichu Resort Wangdi

The Kichu Resort is a charming small hotel situated about 6 miles from the ruined dzong at Wangdue Phodrang and right beside the fast flowing waters of the Dangchu River. The hotel has 25 rooms, and a suite, set in mature gardens.

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Meri Puensum Resort

Meri Puensum Resort

The Meri Puensum Resort is a family run resort that offers simple, but comfortable accommodation in the Punakha Valley. The unfussy rooms offer modern amenities such as cable TV, WiFi and tea & coffee making facilities, as well as a private bathroom. Some rooms have views out over the surrounding paddy fields.

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Yangkhil Resort

Yangkhil Resort

The Yangkhil Resort is positioned a short drive outside of Trongsa giving it a fantastic view of the mighty dzong and right down the neighbouring valley. The hotel has 21 simply furnished rooms which each have a private bathroom, tea & coffee making facilities and heating for the winter months.

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Gangtey Goenpa Lodge

Gangtey Goenpa Lodge

The Gangtey Lodge is a wonderful addition to the luxury scene in Bhutan and offers a high level of comfort and well as a spectacular setting and sweeping views over the whole Phobjikha Valley. Designed by Mary Lou Thomson, the lodge draws its inspiration from Bhutanese rural architecture, and aspects of the vibrant local culture, but has used imported fixtures and furnishings that complement the indigenous style.

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Namgay Heritage Hotel

Namgay Heritage Hotel

Of the new hotels in Thimphu, the Namgay Heritage Hotel is one of the most interesting as it has been built following old school Bhutanese rules, but taking into account the need for comfort and modern amenities.

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Swiss Guest House

Swiss Guest House

Situated at Karsumphe, this traditional farmhouse was formerly owned by the famous "Karsumphe Angye", the older sister of the first King of Bhutan. In the 1970s a number of Swiss nationals worked on a Dairy & Forestry Project here and gradually the accommodation provided became known as the Swiss Guest House.

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Udumwara Resort

Udumwara Resort

The Udumwara Resort is located a few miles outside of Paro, towards the Tiger's Nest Monastery, and offers modern accommodation in a riverside setting. The 30 rooms can be found in the main hotel building or villas in the grounds. Each room is spacious and comes with modern amenities, TV and a large private bathroom.

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Uma by COMO, Punakha

Uma by COMO, Punakha

The Uma by COMO in Punakha is an intimate, luxury lodge located at the far western end of the lush Punakha Valley, overlooking a bend in the Mo Chu River. The main entrance to Uma Punakha leads down to a large living area which in turn leads out on to a seated terrace with fine views of the valley.

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Amankora Bumthang

Amankora Bumthang

Combining aman, the Sanskrit-derived word for ‘peace', and kora or ‘circular pilgrimage' in Bhutanese, Amankora, is a unique circuit of lodges set throughout the Kingdom of Bhutan's central and western valleys. The Amankora Bumthang has the most prestigious address of the five lodges as it sits just on the edge of the royal compound in the Chokhor Valley.

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Amankora Gangtey

Amankora Gangtey

Combining aman, the Sanskrit-derived word for ‘peace', and kora or ‘circular pilgrimage' in Bhutanese, Amankora, is a unique circuit of lodges set throughout the Kingdom of Bhutan's central and western valleys. The Amankora Gangtey is the smallest of the Aman lodges but has a wonderful view looking across at Gangtey Goemba and down the Phobjikha Valley.

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Amankora Punakha

Amankora Punakha

Combining aman, the Sanskrit-derived word for ‘peace', and kora or ‘circular pilgrimage' in Dzongkha, the Bhutanese language, Amankora, is a unique circuit of lodges set throughout the Kingdom of Bhutan's central and western valleys. The Amankora Punakha has a scenic, peaceful location close to a river, and is reached by golf buggy having first crossed a traditional bridge. The 8 suites are located in three, rammed-earth buildings that belong to the Royal Family and are set in an orange orchard with views across the rice paddies and up Punakha Valley.

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Taj Tashi Thimphu

Taj Tashi Thimphu

Set in the heart of the Thimphu Valley, the impressive Taj Tashi looks as though it should be a royal palace. In keeping with the surrounding area, the hotel is a blend of Bhutan's Dzong architecture and modern design.

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Terma Linca Resort & Spa

Terma Linca Resort & Spa

The Terma Linca Resort & Spa is positioned in a picturesque riverside spot, just five minutes' drive from the centre of Thimphu. The location, together with its elegant architecture and refined simplicity, gives Terma Linca an understated serene quality.

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Amankora Paro

Amankora Paro

Combining aman, the Sanskrit-derived word for ‘peace', and kora or ‘circular pilgrimage' in Bhutanese, Amankora, is a unique circuit of lodges set throughout the Kingdom of Bhutan's central and western valleys. The Amankora Paro is situated in the countryside close to the ruins of Drukgyel Dzong.

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Amankora Thimphu

Amankora Thimphu

Combining aman, the Sanskrit-derived word for ‘peace', and kora or ‘circular pilgrimage' in Bhutanese, Amankora, is a unique circuit of lodges set throughout the Kingdom of Bhutan's central and western valleys. The Amankora Thimphu sits in a hillside location a few minutes drive from the town centre. The hotels white washed walls, subdued lighting and sophisticated atmosphere are pure Aman.

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Uma by COMO, Paro

Uma by COMO, Paro

The Uma by COMO in Paro is an intimate 29 room resort offering excellent accommodation and a great location close to many of Bhutan's great cultural landmarks. The hotel is famous for its particular look which combines the best of local artisanship with COMO's own contemporary style.

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