Replies: 3 - Last Post: Sep 8, 2012 3:35 AM Last Post By: luperon
Feb 26, 2012 8:48 AM
Bhutan suggestionsplanning a trip to Bhutan in mid April. I would like to know which are the good hotels in Thimpu & Paro? A resort amidst nature, with beautiful view & good rooms. And their approx tariff. Also what are the places which one absolutely must visit there? Ours is a 6 days/5 nights trip with the 1st & the last days being spent in trvelling from New Jalpaiguri to Thimpu & back,so 4 full days of visiting.
Feb 26, 2012 4:30 PM
1Mid April is the peak season and one need to book in an advance to secure to the good hotels with the good view in Paro and Thimphu. Paro, you can stay in Taj Tashi and Paro in Uma resort. You can also write directly to those hotels to know about the tariff. Approximately it starts from USD 375++/night to 1400++/night.
Mar 14, 2012 2:13 AM
2Trip to Bhutan in the month of April would be your best decision by virtue of fine weather and festive event time. Truly, March, April and May are deemed as high season and you will be thrilled by the enchanting colorful spring events. However, apart from religious events (festival)
you have wide array of travel activities to experience. To name few, they are nature and photography, all range treks, nature tour and so on.
In connection, accommodation in Bhutan is confined to only hotels with good hospitality offers. With non existence of accommodation diversity, you will be pleased with the kind of services offered by all the tourist hotels. Basically, all the tourist hotels in Bhutan have received accreditation and are being constantly monitored by Tourism Council of Bhutan.
Location wise, yes you will be privileged to choose the hotels which incorporates your choices. But the those hotels shall certainly be away from the main towns.
For detail information about the hotels in the district of Paro and Thimphu kindly log on to HOTELS IN BHUTAN website as below;
Sep 8, 2012 3:35 AM
3thank you all we spent 9 days in Bhutan- 4 in Paro, 3 in Thimphu, 1 in Punaka and 1 in Gangtey. We didn't do any trekking and spent most of our time exploring the incredible landscape as well as learning what we could about Buddhism and Bhutan's unique mode of development called GNH, or Gross National Happiness. Though the living standard in Bhutan is on the low side of national GNPs one sees few signs of the kinds of the misery so familiar in the developing world.
(5 star Hotel)
From US$400.00 per night
(5 star Hotel)
From US$450.00 per night