Perched right above the National Museum, this 16-suite lodge overlooks the characteristic river valley of Paro offering breathtaking panoramic view of the Paro town and the airport. Built from the sustainable resources, this lodge offers all the luxury amenities including an all-day dining restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating, a bar, banquet facilities, Spa and Wellness center with gym, outdoor sauna, yoga room, relaxation and private meditation areas, indoor pool, library, and a boutique.
These suites are designed with large windows and awe-inspiring valley views. Neutral tones are complemented by timber furniture and local decor touches. As an ode to the ancient stone ruins adjacent to the property, some walls are composed of hand-chiseled, local stones. Bathrooms feature a privacy screen and a bathtub arranged next to a large timber-framed window, offering serene views of nature.
Surrounded by pine trees, this secluded lifestyle villa features a private courtyard.
With a sizeable indoor and outdoor area, the villa is designed for the ultimate in relaxation and privacy. Large windows and a private outdoor courtyard enable you to soak up awe-inspiring views of Paro Valley and blue pine forests. Some walls are composed of hand-chiseled, local stones. Ideal for entertaining, private dining can be arranged by one of our chefs for up to six people.
A spacious lifestyle villa for relaxation and privacy.
With generous indoor and outdoor space, the two-bedroom villa provides the ultimate in relaxation and privacy. It draws subtly on traditional architectural forms and highlights touches of local decor. Some walls are composed of hand-chiseled, local stones. There’s an indoor and outdoor living room with dining for up to six. The deck offers stunning views of Paro Valley and its natural beauty.
With generous indoor and outdoor space, the villa is designed for relaxation and privacy. Decorated in muted tones, it’s perfect for entertaining with an indoor and outdoor living room. Local, hand-chiseled stone is featured on some walls. Private dining for top to six guests can be arranged by one of our chefs. The deck offers stunning views of Paro Valley and all its natural beauty.
The 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.
Eat With Six Senses is the guiding philosophy for tasty and wholesome dishes created from organic local produce. What’s on your plate is mouthwatering and what’s all around you is memorable. Head back in time for a feudal dinner set among 12th-century ruins, or visit a local farmhouse for a truly authentic Bhutanese dining experience.