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Rooms were heated with a traditional stove, which was an interesting experience. However, it also meant that logs had to be added frequently to keep the fire going. Suggest to fill up the heat bags provided with hot water and to place it on the...More
Amazing to find a hotel of this sort in a remote valley. Large rooms with log fires, lit in the evening. large bathroom, difficult to regulate the shower temperature. Meals buffet style, wifi in reception. Spa situated away from main hotel, massage was really good,...More
They are the only ones in Phobjika and they know that. Though the food is great, they charge a lot for it. Surely not worth the cost. Being the only hotel in Phobjika, they attract a lot of the organised groups. This further delays the...More
We stayed 2 nights at this hotel during our trip to Bhutan. The hotel is clean and pleasant. We did not think the food was really good, for this type of hotel, and the wifi was very poor. However, the setting is lovely and the...More
Where do I start. Arrived and reception did not have our booking even though our agent had checked with their office in Thimphu 2 days before and it was confirmed. Management said it was not their fault but the office in Thimphu who send through...More
Sorry for the delay. All the rooms are same with a view of the valley. They actually have the Bukhari (room heating system with use of firewood) to heat the room, therefore you shouldn't worry too much about cold inside the... More
Sorry for the delay. All the rooms are same with a view of the valley. They actually have the Bukhari (room heating system with use of firewood) to heat the room, therefore you shouldn't worry too much about cold inside the room. Learn how to put on the fire, so that if required you can put it yourself early morning.