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. There are 59 rooms in total - with the main building's rooms set around a courtyard and a number of cottage rooms dotted around the grounds. Each room offers modern amenities including TV, heating and a private bathroom. The large restaurant serves an array of Continental, Chinese, Indian and Bhutanese cuisine and a well stocked bar offers guest a chance to relax in the evenings. Other facilities include the well equipped Dewa Spa which provides hot stone baths, massage, a sauna, a steam bath and a yoga room. WiFi is available throughout the hotel.

  • Style: Mid-range Resort
  • Location: Paro
  • No. of Rooms: 59
  • Key Features: Restaurant, Bar, Dewa Spa, Yoga room

Our Opinion

A definite sense of history oozes through the fabric of Hotel Olathang. This along with its forested gardens make for a pleasant stay. 

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