Situated in the Thimphu Valley, this new property seamlessly blends Bhutan’s Dzong architecture and modern design. Adorned with classical hand-drawn Buddhist murals, its 52 deluxe rooms, 5 luxury rooms, 3 deluxe suites, 2 duplex suites and 4 luxury suites all afford guests an authentic peek into the region’s art and color. All accommodations have wired and wireless Internet access. Food and beverage options include an all-day, international cuisine restaurant, Ara Bar, an authentic Bhutanese restaurant, and a tea lounge. The Taj Spa is equipped with single and double treatment suites and has a menu featuring Indian holistic and signature treatments, specially designed to maintain physical, mental and spiritual equilibrium. There is a fitness center and a heated indoor swimming pool. The property is a two-hour drive from the airport in Paro, which is the only airport in the country. It is a six-hour drive to Phuntsholing and a 3.5-hour drive to Punakha.
Location: An ideal base from which to explore the hustle and bustle of the Kingdom’s capital city.
Size: The Taj Tashi is one of the largest and most impressive buildings in the country.
Facilities: The hotel has a wide range of world-class facilities, including restaurants, bars, a spa, swimming pool, fitness center and Jacuzzi.
There are a total of 66 guest rooms, with hand painted murals of clouds, a classic Bhutanese art motif.
The Duplex Suite is situated on the top floor of the hotel and measures 900 square feet in size. The large suite has a stunning view of the valley outside. The sitting room is separated by a spiral staircase which leads to a bedroom and opulent bathroom with a dressing area, standalone bath-tub, floor warmers and bath towel heaters.
The Deluxe Rooms, overlooking the pine-covered mountains, are spacious with large bathrooms and stand alone Christina bathtubs. The bathrooms are fitted with floor heaters and bath-towel heaters.
The Luxury Suites are unbelievably large measuring an impressive 1100 square feet. The roomy suites are located on the upper floors and offer a view of the mountains interspersed with Bhutanese buildings. The suite had a large living room with comfortable furniture, a bedroom with canopy bed and walk-in closet and a bathroom with a free standing Christina bathtub.
The large property has a range of high quality and well-serviced facilities including a spa, fitness center, swimming pool with children’s pool, sauna, steam room and nearby golf course.
The fitness center contains cardio equipment and free weights, and plenty of space for stretching and yoga.
The golf course is two miles away from the resort, equipment is available for hire.
Jiva Spa in Taj Tashi offers a true piece of heaven on earth. The serene spa has treatment rooms furnished with wood and marble and hot stone bathing tubs. The menu displays a range of healing treatments inspired by the legends of Indian royalty and the holistic therapies of Indian spirituality.
Relax after a busy day in the large indoor swimming pool, steam room and sauna. There is also a children's pool.
There are four restaurants serving Bhutanese, Tibetan and European cuisine. The restaurants are all uniquely decorated with hand-drawn murals rendered in Bhutanese folk style. Each of the restaurants is themed around different aspects of Bhutan’s vibrant Mahayana Buddhist culture.
For an evening drink head to Ara named after Bhutan’s traditional liquor, look out for the 7-stringed Himalayan folk instruments on the walls.
Chig-ja-gye specializes in Bhutanese cuisine, diners are encouraged to try the recommend dish Ema Datshi Bhutan’s most popular dish made with cheese and chili peppers.
Rimps is an airy tea lounge serving Bhutan’s distinctive ‘salted butter tea’.
The Thongsel serves European food.
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