Luxury Hotels

Dhensa Boutique Resorts

Bhutan, the Switzerland of the east, is a place full of colorful culture, tranquil atmosphere, friendly people and a delightful treat for your eyes. This tiny little peace loving Buddhist country in the valleys of the great Himalayan mountains, where people pursue happiness instead of money is a must visit if you wish to rejuvenate…

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Taj Tashi, Thimphu

Set in the heart of the Thimphu Valley, the Taj Tashi, is a gateway to a land steeped in mythology and magic. The mountain kingdom of Bhutan remains one of the old world’s last few strongholds, as yet unspoilt by civilization. In the charmed isolation of the Himalayan heights, Bhutan’s ancient and alluring ways of…

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Le Meridien, Thimphu

Set in downtown, Le Méridien Thimphu is an ideal gateway for the fascinating country of Bhutan. Ancient and modern cultures juxtapose amidst enchanting monasteries, mountain passes, street markets, eclectic museums, and scenic parks and gardens. The swimming pool and pampering spa provide revitalising options. Our two restaurants, lounge, and bar serve local and international cuisines…

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Uma Resort

A stay at Uma by COMO, Paro is about immersing yourself in the richly textured culture of Bhutan while enjoying the luxuries of a COMO resort. With our Paro Valley location, you can easily access the highlights of this Buddhist country, from Tiger’s Nest monastery, clinging to a cliffside, to a morning spent browsing Thimpu’s…

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Zhiwa Ling Hotel

  Nestled among the Paro district of Bhutan, the Zhiwa Ling Hotel is situated at a distance of 12 km from the international airport. Built in a serene and tranquil neighborhood, it has a replica of the famous ‘Enemy Zampa’ cantilever bridge at Paro Dzong. A natural stream flowing through it adds to its charm….

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Aman Resort, Gangtey

Traveling easterly from Punakha, the road passes through the village of Wangdue Phodrang and climbs past deep ravines with dizzying drops to the little visited, picturesque valley of Phobjikha, home to the quaint rural settlement of Gangtey. At an elevation of 3,000 meters on the western slopes of the Black Mountains, Phobjikha is one of…

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Aman Resort, Punakha

Located amidst transcendental landscape, Amankora Punakha resort is placed at the junction of the vibrating Punakha Dzong and enigmatic Palace of Phunetsho Pelri, the summer abode of His Majesty, the King. Accessible through a simple yet sustainable suspension bridge over the ever-flowing river Mo Chhu, this place is one of the must visits spots for…

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Aman Resort, Thimphu

The capital of Bhutan Thimpu is at one and half hour distance straightly from Paro’s international airport. Thimpu is surrounded with densely covered forest mountains along with an extraordinary number of monasteries and temples at the height of 2,350m.  Trashichhoe Dzong is build up above in the valley. In the valley, there is the kingdom’s…

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Aman Resort, Paro

  AMANKORA PARO: Bhutan’s Most Enigmatic Resort Amankora is located in the backdrop of the natural landscape of the place that is accepted as one of the first valleys to welcome Buddhism in eastern parts of Himalayas: Paro. This resort is just 30 minutes away from the airport, so once you land in Bhutan, you…

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