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I am told that Hotel Olathang was built in 1970 to accommodate the Royal guests for the 4th king's coronation. This was before regular tourists were allowed in this previously secluded country. We were supposed to be in cottages on the edge of the hillside,...More
When we arrived we got an upgrade to a standard cottage, but when we entered the room we were really disappointed. Not only that the rooms were small, really dirty and they urgently need some renovation (closet, carpet, bath room). There is a orange carpet...More
All the cottages seem to have wonderful views over Paro valley and they are scattered around a very large garden so are quiet. They are a bit old fashioned but charming and clean with plenty of room. Hot water is a bit hit and miss....More
Arrived later in day and check in was seamless. Staff very helpful. Wifi works seamlessly once you get password from reception. My cottage was long way away down path. View down the Paro valley from my balcony is amazing. My cottage was a little rustic...More
An old hotel which smells of mould in the rooms. Considered heritage but needs better management of an old property.Ok food n surroundings but definitely not a place I would like to stay again in. Carry your anti allergens if u r staying here.
Most if not all tourist hotels in Bhutan seem to offer variations of buffet-style dishes. There was both meat and vegetable dishes and as far as I remember there were a majority of indian-inspired dishes. Some of the dishes... More
Most if not all tourist hotels in Bhutan seem to offer variations of buffet-style dishes. There was both meat and vegetable dishes and as far as I remember there were a majority of indian-inspired dishes. Some of the dishes are a bit bland so that they can be eaten by most people, but at least when we were there they also served various chilli-dishes including a version of Ema Datse (chili and cheese)
Also lots and lots of rice :)