Location: Forest-covered mountains, tiny villages and terraced crop fields, valley rivers and rich history. One of the most scenic locations in Bhutan, Six Senses Paro is perched at an altitude of 2,250 meters, putting the spotlight on its epic views.
Sustainability: Six Senses Paro is committed to low impact on the environment and wildlife, and a positive impact on the local community - befitting Bhutan, the world's only carbon-negative country.
With sacred sites, traditional architecture, and historical buildings, a trip to Paro, Bhutan, is like taking a trip back in time. Nestled in a scenic river valley, the town is the first stop to Bhutan for many, as it is home to the country’s sole international airport. Six Senses Bhutan Paro is perched directly above Paro National Museum, offering incredible views of the valley. Built in the midst of old stone ruins, charming interiors of hewn stone walls and working fireplaces will contrast mid-tone vertical timbers. Community gathering sites such as an open fire pit are available, and all resources used in the construction of this resort are sustainably sourced. The property offers 16 suites, two one-bedroom villas, one two-bedroom villa, and one three-bedroom villa that is perfect for families. Other facilities and services include 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 boutique. The Six Senses Bhutan Paro is one node of the collective Six Senses Bhutan hotels, meaning that guests can conveniently travel to Thimphu, Punakha, Gangtey, or Bumthang assured of the consistent quality of the Six Senses brand throughout their trip.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
All lodge suites and villas look out to the undulating Paro Valley, framed by the blu e pine forest. Accordingly, all accommodation is designed with large windows and neutr al décor in mind - the spotlight is on the view. Inside, simple lines and timber furniture bring the outside in, and local touches echo the traditions of this special region of Bhut an; warm yourself next to a bukhari (wood-burning stove), or let your toes sink into an a uthentic Himalayan rug.
Offering sweeping views of the Paro Valley, this one-bedroom Lodge Suite covers 646 square feet and can accommodate a maximum of three guests. Choose between a relaxing soak (with a view) in the bathtub, or unwind under the rain shower. Then, slip into luxurious bedding of Beaumont and Brown organic linen, Hanse organic pillows and duvet cover, as well as a Naturalmat organic bed and bed topper. Traditional touches such as the writing desk and wood-burning bukhari stove add to the atmosphere, while modern amenities include a 43-inch television with cable service, private wine fridge, an IDD telephone, Bose Bluetooth speaker, yoga mat, espresso machine, and unlimited wireless internet access.
With both indoor and outdoor spaces in this One-Bedroom Villa, you'll enjoy lush views of the mountains, Paro Valley, and blue pine forests. The interior space covers 1,399 square feet, and includes both a pantry area and a powder room, while the outdoor space is 323 square feet. Make the most of your time, and the panoramas, with a private dining experience with one of the property's chefs, available for up to four people. Curl up next to the traditional wood-burning bukhari stove on chilly evenings, or release tension in your muscles with a relaxing bath or rain shower (and play your meditation playlist via the Bose Bluetooth speaker). You'll sleep well tucked away in nature and tucked into Beaumont and Brown organic bed linen, cuddled into Hanse organic pillows and duvet covers. In the morning, roll out the yoga mat for a sunrise sun salutation, then pour yourself an espresso, and catch up with the morning's news back home on the 49-inch television with cable service.
A gorgeous space accommodating up to eight guests, the Two-Bedroom Villa provides 2,798 square feet of interiors, as well as 1,055 square feet of private open courtyard. Watch the Paro Valley glow at sunset, glass of wine in hand, selected from your private wine fridge. Take a dip in the bathtub, rinse under the rain shower, or meditate on your yoga mat, absorbing the beautiful natural surroundings. Beat the jet lag with organic bedding and the timeless sounds of the forest at night (or, indeed, the espresso machine in the morning). Yet, you're never cut off from the modern world: there's a 49-inch television with cable service, unlimited wireless internet access, IDD telephone, and Bose Bluetooth speaker available for your use.
The utmost in privacy, secluded in Paro Valley's natural beauty, this Three-Bedroom Villa is the only one of its kind in the region, ideal for families and groups of up to six sharing quality time together. The interiors stretch 3,681 square feet, while the private courtyard covers 1,055 square feet. Grab a bottle from your private wine fridge and toast to your dream trip out on the deck, then sit down for a private dining experience, led by one of the property's chefs. If the bathtub, rain shower, and mountain scenery don't lower your heart rate enough, then pamper yourself in the double spa treatment room. After dinner, huddle up in the lounge together to watch a movie on the 49-inch television with cable service, warmed by the heat from the traditional wood burning bukhari stove. Later, retreat for the night to your respective bedrooms, where luxurious organic bedding ensures a good night's rest, ready for sightseeing in the morning.
Take a look at local crafts and find yourself the perfect souvenir to remind you of your journey through beautiful Bhutan.
Keep on top of your routine and jet lag with the gym facilities, or take a relaxing yoga and meditation class.
Learn about local culture, history, and traditions by curling up with a good book in the property's library.
Treat yourself to a Bhutanese herbal body scrub at the Six Senses Spa, or opt for an in-room massage to replenish your energy after an adventurous day of exploring. There are facilities for both single and couple massages.
There is an indoor swimming pool, as well as a sauna and cool dip facility, perfect for getting blood circulation going.
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