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An amazing piece of architecture. One of the beautiful hotel cum resort. They offer various services - stone bath , meditation room and bird watching.
The rooms are very spacious and give a royal feeling.
The staff is very kind and courteous. Services are excellent...More
We came to this hotel because they offered in their website (you still can see there) yoga classes with many visiting teachers and mediatation classes with accomplished monks. Actually we decided for this hotel because of the meditation room overlooking Tiger’s Nest.
When we arrived...More
This is a fine hotel-resort, near Paro. The facility is attractive, and the rooms are very nice, although a little dark. Food for breakfast and dinner was ok - not great but not bad. Was very disappointed with the poor Wi-Fi.
Without doubt the most beautiful hotel in the Paro valley, matched also with excellent service, great food and very comfortable accommodation. The added attraction of purpose built tea room and meditation house with views of Taktsang, this hotel stands out as a precious gem.
The lobby is magnificent with tall ceilings and Bhutanese style decorated wooden beams and rugs. The gift shop had a very nice (pricey) selection of Bhutanese handicrafts. The restaurant was pleasant and we were served some of the best food on the trip (but, that's...More
Response from Jessica K | Reviewed this property |
What cities are you visiting? I was just there in December, and overpacked myself. You can send me a message if that is easier and I can go over the cities and what we ended up packing - and actually used. Also depends if... More
What cities are you visiting? I was just there in December, and overpacked myself. You can send me a message if that is easier and I can go over the cities and what we ended up packing - and actually used. Also depends if you are just doing day trip activities or trekking overnight. April will have good weather overall - so no need for a heavy coat. Maybe some thin gloves just in case, but I doubt you'll need it. Same with heavy coat. :)