Location: The hotel is situated in one of Bhutan’s most significant nature reserves, famous for endangered Black Neck Cranes.
Activities: Nature lovers will enjoy the treks and walks on the hotel’s doorstep through forests, mountains, the rural settlement of Gangtey and traditional farmlands.
Views: From the cozy suites decorated with wooden paneling and Bhutanese paintings, guests may look out onto the stunning glacial valley.
Amankora Gangtey is in the remote Phobjikha Valley, with awe-inspiring views of a gorge and the 16th century Gangtey Goemba monastery. Each of Amankora's eight suites is fitted with a bukhari, a wood-burning stove, and wood paneling. The dining room and living room are combined and have views of the Phobjikha Valley out of floor-to-ceiling windows. There is no Internet, business center, fitness center or pool at Amankora Gangtey, but hot stone baths and a spa with two treatment rooms are available. The resort is approximately a 4-hour drive from the airport in Paro.
The intimate boutique hotel has eight select suites with generously sized bathrooms and beautiful views across the valley.
The eight suites are designed with an open plan layout and feature a king-size bed, a reading chair, a window banquette and a traditional bukhari (wood-burning stove). The inside décor combines wooden paneling and warm chocolate colored walls. The generously sized bathrooms have twin basins, a deep terrazzo-clad bath, a separate shower and toilet and dressing and hanging space. From the luxurious rooms guests can admire extensive views across the valley.
The hotel has a spa, a library containing books on Bhutanese history, culture and arts as well as a bar and lounge area.
After a long day’s touring, head to the bar for an evening drink. The bar is stocked with regional and international beers, wines and spirits.
Treat yourself after a day walking the Bhutanese valleys with a relaxing massage or facial at the Aman spa containing two treatment rooms and a comfortable changing area.
The resort has one main dining room overlooking picturesque views of the valley and surrounding mountain range. The dining room has something to fulfill every palate. The chefs incorporate as much local produce as possible to their creative dishes. The menu contains a range of local and regional dishes as well as international classics.
In the main Dining Room in-house chefs use local and imported ingredients to produce a varied menu containing western and traditional Bhutanese cuisine. The room is decorated comfortably with chairs, sofas and large dining tables, the floor to ceiling windows create a memorable dining experience.