One of Thimphu's most well-liked hotels for foreign visitors is the Pedling Hotel & Spa, which is ideally situated in the city's commercial and shopping district.
Hotel Design inspired by Bhutanese farmhouses; specific elements of Bhutanese dzong architecture have been incorporated into the design of Zhiwa Ling Ascent but overall the look is modern and polished. Smoothed natural stone, clay masonry and native timbers clad the exterior.
Nestled in the heart of Thimphu city, the magnificent Taj Tashi is the gateway to a magical land brimming with fascinating mythology. The hotel is ideally situated for you to explore the kingdom’s spectacular monasteries, centuries-old street festivals, scenic mountain passes and pristine wilderness.
Amankora is not just one property but rather a unique circuit of five lodges where guests experience Bhutan by embarking on a journey of country’s stunning landscapes.
In the shadow of the Himalayas, Six Senses Thimphu is a Bhutanese hideaway with dzong fortress-inspired architecture and uplifting valley vistas.
Away from the rush of city life, Janka Resorts' position is ideal for individuals who want to enjoy fresh air, peace, and scenic beauty.
The 20 opulent suites and nine private villas combine traditional Bhutanese craftsmanship's colorful accents with the sleek, modern style for which COMO Hotels and Resorts are renowned.
Bhutanese owned and staffed, the Zhiwa Ling Heritage is set on 10 acres in the Paro Valley, within easy reach of Bhutan’s most revered temples and monasteries.
The 24 suites, which are tucked away in a stand of thick pine, blend rustic aspects with modern design with paneling made of wood and black steel.