Six Senses Paro
Outstanding service and facilities, giving you the 5* experience
Our rating: Luxury | Property style: Boutique Hotel
The latest luxury addition to Paro, Six Senses Paro is located on a hill at the elevation of 2670 metres, with commanding views of the valley below. This luxury lodge offers 20 spacious and well-appointed suites and villas, with different categories, from one-bedroom villas, two-bedroom villas and three-bedroom villas. All the villas and suites have large windows with spectacular sweeping views of the forested valley and mountains. The villas and suites all include TV and Bose speakers, a wine fridge and minibar, Nespresso coffee machine and tea making service. The local wood burning stoves, ‘bukharis’, along with other Bhutanese chic interiors complement the villas open-plan communal areas. The hotel facilities include a heated indoor pool, outdoor sauna, an inviting library, a well-equipped gym and a wonderful spa and wellness centre where private yoga and meditation classes can be arranged. The main restaurant has all day dining and includes a charming bar and living room.
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