Luxury Hotels in Bhutan

The government's policy of daily tariffs to manage tourist numbers means Bhutan is an exclusive destination, with accommodation to match. Amanresorts have a mere five properties in Bhutan (more than they have in any country other than Indonesia) but there are other contenders in the luxury hotel in Bhutan stakes as well, which we also recommend.

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Taj Tashi

Indian Subcontinent > Bhutan

This seven-storey structure is a welcome addition to the emerging kingdom's small capital city. Read more

Amankora Bumthang

Indian Subcontinent > Bhutan

Amankora Bumthang is in exalted company, sharing the Choekhor Valley with 29 ancient temples and monasteries and sitting pretty next to the first two King of Bhutan’s Wangdichholing Palace in Jakar town. Read more

Amankora Gangtey

Indian Subcontinent > Bhutan

Named after nearby Gangtey village, this is probably the most remote of the Aman properties, situated in the Phobjikha Valley area of the Black Mountains National Park. Read more

Amankora Paro

Indian Subcontinent > Bhutan

Amankora Paro, Aman Resorts’ first venture into Bhutan, is a 30-minute drive from the kingdom's only international airport and is the largest of the five Aman lodges, sitting in a pine forest nearly 9,000ft above sea level. Read more

Amankora Punakha

Indian Subcontinent > Bhutan

While some of the other Aman properties are based on designs from dzong fortress monasteries, Amankora Punakha is a lovingly converted Bhutanese farmhouse, with a correspondingly intimate feel, and set in orange orchards and farmland with the ever-present mountains as a backdrop. Read more

Uma by COMO, Punakha (Uma Punakha)

Indian Subcontinent > Bhutan

COMO Hotels have recently opened Uma by COMO, Punakha, a sister property to Uma Paro (or Uma by COMO, Paro as it’s now supposed to be called. Catchy, no?) Read more

Uma Paro

Indian Subcontinent > Bhutan

An excellent five-star hotel on a 38-acre site on a forested mountainside, close to the town of Paro, designed to respect local aesthetics while including modern comforts. Read more

Amankora Thimpu

Indian Subcontinent > Bhutan

Within easy reach of the Bhutanese capital of Thimpu (population 80,000 – think Weston-super-Mare. Actually, don’t) Amankora Thimpu is designed to resemble a dzong or fortress monastery. Read more

Gangtey Lodge

Indian Subcontinent > Bhutan

Discover the ancient Kingdom of Bhutan in the eastern Himalayas, which remains greatly undiscovered due to its secluded location, and begin the adventure with a stay at Gangtey Lodge. The authentic wood and stone lodge provides visitors with a homely retreat, overlooking the striking Gangtey... Read more

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