Bhutan is full of gushing rivers, mountains and colorful festivals. Tie the knot with the breathtaking Himalayas in the backdrop. Bhutan also gives your guests a chance to indulge in adventure sports or take a walk amidst the conifers. The country offers many luxurious hotels and resorts nestled between the hills who also provide brilliant services tailored according to your needs.
Taj Tashi, perfectly located in the heart of the capital city of Bhutan, enjoys panoramic views of the mountain valley. The hotel is designed in traditional Bhutanese architectural style and hand-embellished by master craftsmen. The 66 rooms offer guests a magnificent blend of tradition and modernity with their resplendent grandeur and contemporary luxury. The restaurants and bar present a choice of regional delicacies and beverages as well as Continental and Asian specialities in elegant indoor and outdoor settings.
Le Meridien Thimphu
Le Méridien Thimphu is ideally located at the gateway to the Eastern Himalaya’s in the mountain Kingdom of Bhutan. It is just steps from shops and entertainment. As the country’s first Starwood branded hotel we are a convenient 51km from Paro International Airport (PHB). Experience our 78 elegant guest rooms and suites, the largest room inventory of any hotel in Thimphu, all with uncompromising views of the local hillside and the capital. Be inspired and energised by the global flavours and creative presentations of our carefully curated fare at Latest Recipe, Sese Shamu, the only Pan Asian restaurant in Thimphu and Latitude 27.
Le Meridien Paro
Le Meridien Paro, Riverfront is the largest five-star hotel in Paro, Bhutan with highest room inventory in the area. The hotel is equipped with some of the finest food and beverages venues in the country as well as most outstanding meeting spaces. ’Latest Recipe’ serves as a restaurant for all-day dining with intriguing local flavours and a selection from our modern a la carte menu. ‘Bamboo Chic’ reflects the spirit of innovation rooted in centuries of Asian tradition and captures the progress towards the modern palate. While the live kitchens in the restaurants are attractions in itself, the beautiful outdoor dining area overlooking the Paro Chhu river that are ideal for barbeques and large-scale parties redirects attention to the grandeur outside the property.