Located across Mo Chu River in Punakha, this lodge can be reached by crossing a suspension bridge ornamented with colorful prayer flags. The views of orange orchards and rice terraces from the lodge provide visitors a beguiling Bhutanese experience topped by a humble and luxurious experience inside the hotel. It offers plant based therapies and hot stone baths connecting you to the richness of Bhutanese tradition. It provides elegance of king-size beds, warmth of traditional wood burning ‘bukharis’, banquette window seats, classy terrazzo-clad bathtubs, twin vanities and a separate shower and a toilet.
The resort has eight select suites with open plan designs and views across an orange orchard, rice paddies and the Punakha Valley. There just eight suites designed to reflect traditional Bhutanese style, which have open plan living and sleeping space housed in three, rammed-earth buildings. The unique accommodation is situated in an orange orchard that looks across rice paddies and up to the Punakha Valley. The rooms feature a king-size bed, a banquette window-seat, a reading chair and a traditional bukhari (wood-burning stove). There is a spacious en-suite bathroom attached boasting a large terrazzo-clad bath, twin basins, a dressing area and a separate shower and toilet.
Amankora Punakha features a cozy library and lounge, a meditation room and a spa.The library and living room space is located in the first floor and contains a selection of daily newspapers, magazines and books on Bhutanese culture and art.
The Aman spa provides a sanctuary space for relaxation and recuperation. Guests may take advantage of the steam rooms whilst deciding on a treatment to be enjoyed in the private treatment rooms. The spa has a separate room for yoga and meditation.
The main dining room is located in the farm house building. Guests may choose from local or international dishes, paired with a decent wine and beverage selection. The restaurant is set up in a communal dining style with long wooden tables and traditional Bhutanese table decorations.
The Tea Pavilion is located next to the courtyard and resides in the old kitchen of the summer palace. The tea room serves fresh local and imported teas and coffees, with home-made sweet cakes and savory snacks.