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Six Senses Gangtey

Six Senses Gangtey is an extraordinarily scenic lodge is located in Gangtey-Phobji valley, which is winter home to the magnificent black-necked crane. Located at an elevation of 3000m, it provides a perfect panoramic view of the valley and the famous Gangtey Goenpa and inside it is a living sanctuary offering a living room, all-day dining restaurant, a bar and lounge, banquet facilities, movie and gaming room, fire pit relaxation center, and a Spa and Wellness center with two Swedanas.

  • HOTEL Category
  • Location Phobjikha, Bhutan
  • HOTEL TYPESix Senses Lodge

SUITES

SUITES

Six Senses has worked extensively with internationally-renowned experts, including Sleep Doctor Michael J. Breus, to develop a sleep standard that ensures each day e nds in peaceful slumber. The accommodations bring together some of the best sleep ing tools available, from handmade mattresses and temperature-regulating pillows a nd duvets to non-allergenic, organic cotton sheets. The beds themselves are made f rom organic lamb’s wool and coconut fiber to ensure unbeatable airflow and provide comfort for better sleep. Whether staying in a suite or villa, enjoy unbroken views of the valley through full-height windows, and experience utter tranquility and peace in sustainably-built structures made from beautifully crafted natural materials.

VILLAS

VILLAS

Enjoy 2,465 square feet of private living space with two spacious bedrooms, oversized decks and floor-to-ceiling windows to ensure that all views are wide-ranging and uninterrupted.

BIRDWATCHING BRIDGE

BIRDWATCHING BRIDGE

The full-height windows of the Traditional Birdwatching Bridge provide breathtaking views of the valley and the sacred black-necked cranes that migrate to central Bhutan in the fall and winter months. The bridge is an architectural homage to the Gangtey Goemba monastery and a stunning landmark in its own right.

DINING

DINING

Six Senses chefs are guided by the philosophy that guests should leave feeling better t han when they arrived, as the restaurant’s culinary ethos is to use fresh, natural ingredi ents. Produce truly could not be any fresher, as much of it is grown in the hotel’s own o rganic gardens and mushroom huts. Chefs and guests alike indulge in their love for the hearty and healthy while avoiding flavor enhancers and reducing the amount of lectins, lactose, gluten, and sugar. Sumptuous Bhutanese meals, as well as fresh international fare, will delight any traveler. Produce is sourced locally, if not grown in the Six Senses Gangtey’s own organic garden.

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