One of the most scenic settings within the Six Senses Bhutan journey Featuring Paro's fascinating stone ruins

Spectacular lodges from US$ 1996 / night

 

Designed to maximize what is surely one of the most scenic settings within the Six Senses Bhutan journey, this lodge, perched high above the valley floor, is known as Stone Ruins – you’ll understand why when you dine among them.

 

Surrounded by pine forests and within walking distance of several ancient monasteries, Six Senses Paro offers views and authentic experiences at every turn.

 

Family-Friendly?: Not suitable; there are too many steps involved in reaching the hotel.

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Highlights

INDULGE

Designed to maximize what is surely one of the most scenic settings within the Six Senses Bhutan journey, this lodge, perched high above the valley floor, is known as Stone Ruins – you’ll understand why when you dine among them. Surrounded by pine forests and within walking distance of several ancient monasteries, Six Senses Paro offers views and authentic experiences at every turn.

RELAXThe Gross National Happiness index of Education reflects the values, legends and folk stories about giving back. It also offers an opportunity to learn about respecting and honoring life in the Land of the Thunder Dragon. At Six Senses Paro, which may be your last location, we focus on setting intentions for going back to life at home and for the future.

EXPLORE

Unrivaled natural beauty, spirituality and cultural pursuits

With endless hiking and biking trails, ancient traditions still intact and impressive architectural marvels to explore, there is something for every traveler to Bhutan.

DRINK & DINE AT THE RESORT

Food is impressive, starting with breakfasts. Try the delicious regional Bhutanese Thup, a red rice porridge with chicken, spring onions and Sichuan pepper or opt for avocado toast with poached eggs. Fresh fruit and buckwheat waffles are also on the menu. Lunch and dinner offers a platter of momo (traditional dumplings filled with turnip tops, chicken, coriander and ginger) or a charred pumpkin risotto or a Bhutanese chicken curry.

The Phobjikha Valley green salad is a lighter choice and comprises broccoli, green beans, peas, avocado, toasted hazlenuts and marinated local cheese. If you have a head for heights you could pair these dishes with a Bhutanese wine, but if you need t adjust to the altitude, it is better to steer clear of alcohol.

THE RESORT

Designed to maximize what is surely one of the most scenic settings within the Six Senses Bhutan journey, this lodge is known as Stone Ruins – you’ll understand why when you dine among them.

Paro Valley is one of the most scenic settings within the Six Senses Bhutan journey. It sits at an elevation of 7,382 feet (2,250 meters) and is a mix of small villages, historic buildings, monuments and ingeniously terraced fields growing crops of mostly rice, barley and wheat. The Paro Chhu runs through the valley, and the town of Paro is nearby.

How to get to Six Senses Gangtey

From Punakha, traveling easterly, the road passes through the village of Wangdue Phodrang and climbs past deep ravines with dizzying drops to the little-visited Phobjikha Valley that is home to the quaint rural settlement of Gangtey. At an elevation of 9,843 feet (3,000 meters) on the western slopes of the Black Mountains, the glacial valley is a designated conservation area and winter home of the endangered black-necked cranes.

Location

Map, how to get there:    The Paro lodge is easily accessed from Paro airport with a road transfer of around 30 minutes. After arriving at Paro International Airport, your journey begins with a half-hour drive alongside the pretty Pachu River.

Address:  Six Senses Thimphu​, Chunimeding, Babesa, Chang Gewog​, Thimphu, Bhutan​

ENQUIRE with us for more information about any location you wish to discover and the villa itself

Accommodation

Accommodatiojn Type: ‘at a glance’
Generous suites are designed with large windows and awe-inspiring valley views in mind. Neutral, relaxing tones are complemented by the simple lines of natural timber furniture and the presence of local touches such as bukharis (traditional wood-burning stoves) and vegetable-dyed, antique-washed Himalayan rugs.

Lodge Suite:
646 sq.ft. indoors sq. ft. / 60 sq.m. indoors sq. m.
Max guests 3 label:Generic.Info
View: Mountain and valley views
1 Bedroom

Upper Lodge Suite:
646 indoors sq. ft. / 60 indoors sq. m.
Max guests 3 label:Generic.Info
View: Mountain and valley views
1 Bedroom

One-Bedroom Villa:
1,399 sq.ft. indoors and 323 sq.ft. outdoors sq. ft. / ​130 sq.m. indoors and 30 sq.m. outdoors sq. m.
Max guests 4 label:Generic.Info
View: Mountain and valley views
1 Bedroom

Two-Bedroom Villa:
2,798 sq.ft. indoors and 1,055 sq.ft. outdoors sq. ft /260 sq.m. indoors and 98 sq.m. outdoors sq. m.
Max guests 8 label:Generic.Info
View: Mountain and valley views
2 Bedrooms

Three-Bedroom Villa:
3,681 sq.ft. indoors and 1,055 sq.ft. outdoors sq. ft/342 sq.m. indoors and 98 sq.m. outdoors sq. m.
Max guests 12 label:Generic.Info
View: Mountain and valley views
3 Bedrooms

FAQs Destinations

Visa Requirements:

You will need a passport and visa to enter and exit Bhutan. Visas are only issued on arrival, but you must apply in advance through a tour operator and receive visa approval before you travel. … The Tourism Council of Bhutan sets a non-negotiable minimum daily tariff for all visitors to Bhutan

Please check the website of the Ministry of Immigration, Government of Bhutan for the latest information on the visa policy – Especially COVID 19 new visa restriction.

Flights to Paro Airport (PBH) are available from Bangkok, Singapore, Kathmandu, Dhaka and New Delhi, served by Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines.

While visiting Bhutan, all foreign tourists must be accompanied by a licensed guide at all times. Restricted areas require permits applied through the immigration office in Thimphu. Checkpoints are located at road junctions throughout the country and independent traveling by foreign tourists (except for citizens of India, Bangladesh and Maldives) is strictly prohibited.

 

Languages Spoken:
Dzongkha, the national language, is the only language with a native literary tradition in Bhutan, though Lepcha and Nepali are literary languages in other countries and good English communication.

Time Zone: UTC+6

Activities & Experiences

There’s a whole range of diversions at Paro

A sunrise hike to Tiger’s Nest or sundown lamp lighting at Samtenling Monestry are a great start and ending to your day. And there’s a whole day in between with time to visit Jele Dzong, join our mushroom foraging or head to the spa for a locally-inspired treatment

Sunrise Hike to Tiger’s Nest: ​Tinkling prayer wheels and waving prayer flags guide your path to Taktsang Goemba.

Light Lamps at Samtenling Monastery: Share your blessings with loved ones while you light butter lamps at the monastery.

Hike to Jele Dzong: On a clear day, you’ll see sacred Mount Jumolhari, which sits at the border of Tibet and Bhutan.

Sunrise Hike to Tiger’s Nest: ​Tinkling prayer wheels and waving prayer flags guide your path to Taktsang Goemba.

Light Lamps at Samtenling Monastery: Share your blessings with loved ones while you light butter lamps at the monastery.

Hike to Jele Dzong: On a clear day, you’ll see sacred Mount Jumolhari, which sits at the border of Tibet and Bhutan.

Step Back in Time: Dine amongst the ruins with typical Bhutanese delicacies and libations warmed by a bonfire.

Guided Mushroom Foraging: Reconnect with nature and prepare to get your hands dirty.

Rates

What it will cost ?
Lodge &  Villa from 1,500 US$ / night

Value for Money: Six Senses Integrated Wellness, Sleep With Six Senses and Eat With Six Senses will also be available for guests.
Rates start at $1,500 for double occupancy, and as a special opening offer until further notice, Six Senses Bhutan will offer an inclusive breakfast, lunch and dinner (restaurant dining or picnic).

Staff gratuities: Entirely to the discretion of the guests

Expenses due to a situation beyond our control included but not limited to flight cancellation or flight delay

Guaranteed Reservations & Deposits

Payment policy: Valid credit card is required at time of booking. 20pct deposit will be charged 7 days after the booking made. Six Senses Bhutan Reservation team will contact you or the guests to finalize travel itinerary to confirm the booking. The charge will be done once the booking confirmed.

Once confirmed a 20% deposit is required. Balance will be charged 60 days for high and 30 days for low season before arrival.

Balance will be charged 60 days for high and 30 days for low season before arrival.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation policies: Policies are varied by season which is either 60 days for high or 30 days for low season before arrival by 18.00 hrs will be subject to 100% cancellation penalty.

Special Offers

Great Savings | Outstanding Flexibility , Special offers on request for members only

SPECIAL MEMBERS:

Lodge – Villa from 1995 US$ / night
– 10% off &seleqwt member (all year round)

Six Senses Integrated Wellness, Sleep With Six Senses and Eat With Six Senses will also be available for guests. Rates start at $1,500 for double occupancy, and as a special opening offer until February 28, 2019, Six Senses Bhutan will offer an inclusive breakfast, lunch and dinner (restaurant dining or picnic).

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Away from it all

Forget the world around you: dive into yoga, meditation, healing and life style coaching with a Holistic Master, should you want us to arrange it?

Six Senses Parois private, a travel experiences fashioned to your personal wishes and requirements. You are free to design your own experience: choose your own schedule; decide where to go and what places to visit, you may even choose to just arrange a private Yoga coach during your stay or a hiking day trip

Culture, food, meditation and incredible experiences awaits ….

A Soft Adventure & Romance

There’s a whole range of diversions at Paro

A sunrise hike to Tiger’s Nest or sundown lamp lighting at Samtenling Monestry are a great start and ending to your day. And there’s a whole day in between with time to visit Jele Dzong, join our mushroom foraging or head to the spa for a locally-inspired treatment

Sunrise Hike to Tiger’s Nest: ​Tinkling prayer wheels and waving prayer flags guide your path to Taktsang Goemba.

Light Lamps at Samtenling Monastery: Share your blessings with loved ones while you light butter lamps at the monastery.

and so much more on request and on site ….

Family or Friends Experience

Actives – Culture – Family

6 Senses Paro is perfectly located for the simple pleasures in life. You can also explore some of the best there is around the area and during all your journey around Bhutan

Beyond the thoughtful design, refined style and understated sophistication, every lodge brings the bhutan tradition and culture of destination living into the stay experience. Spacious rooms, private and secluded, butler service. Purely yours to enjoy.

Your memories with us are crafted with care, delivered from the heart and made to last.

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