Accommodations in Bhutan far exceed expectations.

In one of the most remote places in the world, travelers can enjoy comfortable and luxury hotels that will leave anyone breathless!

Don’t believe us?

Let’s take a look at some of the accommodations we, at Qupido Travel, use in Bhutan.




1. Hotel Le Meridien – 5 star property

  • The experience:

Set in downtown with a striking Himalayan backdrop, the hotel is your access point to attractions such as the Memorial Chorten and the Changangkha and Phajoding monasteries.

The ancient and modern converge in this dynamic city of temples and markets, cafés and monuments.

From the inventive Pan Asian fare of Sese Shamu, multi-cuisine restaurant and a lounge to revitalising treatments at Explore Spa, it offers engaging opportunities at every turn. Guests can experience extraordinary city and mountain views as they exercise in the Fitness Centre or swim laps in the indoor heated pool.

The 78 guest rooms are thoughtfully designed and include nine expansive top-floor suites that incorporate different cultural reference points. Experience the signature LM BED, High-Speed Internet Access and dramatic views of the Eastern Himalayas or city of Thimphu.

Discover the most luxurious 5 star hotel in Thimphu.


Le Meridien


2. Hotel Dusit2 – 5 star property 

  • The experience:

Designed to reflect the rich cultural heritage of Bhutan’s captivating capital, the hotel draws its inspiration from the Four Harmonious Friends, a beloved national folktale which describes an elephant, a rabbit, a monkey and a partridge working together to harvest fruit from a magical tree.

Each of the four guest floors of the hotel is dedicated to a different animal from the tale, and each of our 83 well-appointed guest rooms and suites feature colourful and contemporary motifs to match.

Alongside a beautiful lobby adorned with local artworks, facilities at dusitD2 Yarkay Thimphu include a Thai spa, a fully equipped gym, an international all-day-dining restaurant, a vibrant bar, and the first authentic Thai restaurant in Bhutan.

Located in the heart of Thimphu City, the hotel offers easy access to popular attractions such as Buddha Point (Kuensel-Phodrang), the iconic Tashichho Dzong, the Royal Botanical Park, and Clock Tower Square. Paro International Airport is only one hour away by car.


Dusit Lobby

3. Hotel Namgay Heritage – 4 star property

  • The experience:

Namgay Heritage Hotel in Thimphu was built on the concept that guests to Bhutan come to experience the culture, history and the way of life of the people of Bhutan but deserve to do so in a manner suited to their sensibilities.

If you are looking for a hotel that reflects the culture and traditions of Bhutan and at the same time offers you all the amenities of a truly modern hotel, it is our sincere believe, that this should be your hotel of choice.

Modern comfort and traditional Bhutan are not mutually exclusive and Namgay Heritage Hotel takes great pride in that.


Namgay Hotel

4. Hotel Osel – 4 star property 

  • The experience:

Situated within the heart of the Thimphu valley but just off the main road, Osel is a 35 room 4 star property. It is among the only few properties within the city limits to still have amazing views to the Tashicho Dzong as well as the seated Buddha.

Set within Thimphu Valley and overlooking the surrounding mountains, this polished hotel is 2 km from Tashicho Dzong Monastery and 7 km from the Buddha Dordenma statue. Paro Airport is 48 km away.

The refined rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and en suite bathrooms. 


Hotel Osel



1. Hotel Uma – 5 star property

  • The experience:

Both Uma Paro and Uma Punakha Resorts are intimate, luxury lodges situated in serene and idyllic locations with stunning views.

Uma Paro features 29 beautifully appointed rooms and suites including 9 one-bedroom villas with private spa and courtyard and rich furnishings reflecting Bhutanese culture.

Uma Punakha offers 9 hillside Valley View rooms, and 2 free-standing luxury private villas.

Both feature Bukhari restaurants serving sumptuous cuisine showcasing the best local ingredients and Bhutanese delicacies alongside a varied international menu.

Both resorts also feature standalone COMO Shambhala Retreats offering traditional holistic therapies including a hot-stone bath.


Uma Hotel

2. Hotel Dhensa Resort – 4 star property

  • The experience:

Located high above the Punakha Valley, Dhensa offers fantastic views overlooking terraced rice fields and a winding river, conveying a very serene and tranquil atmosphere.

The hotel’s 24 suites all have spacious interiors and private balconies making admiring the views that much easier and enchanting. The whole property is tastefully design, mingling traditional Bhutanese architecture with more contemporary design.

The restaurant at Dhensa Punakha offers clients a selection of Western dishes as well as traditional Asian delicacies, more specifically Bhutanese ones. In true Bhutanese spirit, seasonal, local and organic produce are used whenever possible.

The Dhensa Spa is a haven of relaxation making recharging after a long trek very easy and enjoyable, and whilst admiring the outdoors.

Winner of TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2016, 2017.


Dhensa Resort

3. Hotel Meri Puensum – 3 star property

  • The experience:

Situated high above the Punakha Valley, this hotel has wonderful views overlooking the rice terraces and river below.

From the main reception there are pathways leading to the traditionally structured cottages which lie in clearings among the pine trees.

Each cottage is simple in decor but cosy, tastefully furnished and has its own private balcony.

It has a large dining area and bar serving Indian, Chinese, Continental and Bhutanese cuisine and range of international and local beverages.

There is also a small and nice sit-out porch with gardens and flowering plants.


Meri Puensum Hotel

4. Hotel Zingkham – 4 star property

  • The experience:

Overlooking majestic Punakha Dzong, river and magnificent surrounding hills, Zhingkham Resort (‘Zhingkham’ means Heaven in Bhutanese national language, Dzongkha) is a charming place perched on a hilltop.

Owing to its idyllic and blissful location, there are amazingly beautiful views from its guestrooms & restaurant. his newest addition of Bhutan Hotels & Resorts, feature 40 comfortable, spacious and elegantly furnished rooms, accommodated in five two storied cottages with only 8 rooms in each cottage thus ensuring privacy and exclusivity.

The guestrooms offer white linen beds, and private balconies feature beautifully carved wooden railings those well positioned to take advantage of the striking views of the valley.

The room amenities include : air-conditioned rooms, attached bath, running hot & cold water, TV, twin / double beds, electronic personal safe, hair dryer, phone, room heating, tea / coffee maker in rooms.
While the hotels facilities & services include : bar, business centre, conference facilities, foreign currency exchange, laundry service, Wi Fi, restaurant.


Zingkham Hotel


1. Hotel Dewachen – 3 star property

  • The experience:

Encircled by pine forests, this resort sits within the heart of the Phobjikha Valley, home to the rare black necked cranes.

Its 16 double rooms come with well appointed bathrooms, iron stoves for heating and hot water bottles for when the weather turns really cold.

The hotel also features a traditional hot stone bath, a cocktail lounge and horse riding facilities, whilst its restaurant can provide a range of a la carte and set meals that offer a selection of Bhutanese, Asian and Continental dishes.


Dewachen Hotel

2. ABC Eco lodge – 3 star property

  • The experience:

This new hotel offers beautifully decorated rooms, an a la carte and buffet restaurant, mini library, business center, spa and fitness facilities, hot stone bath and yoga/meditation room.

Privately owned, it is an amazing property located close to Gangtey monastery.


ABC Lodge


1. Hotel Dragon Nest Resort – 3 star property

  • The experience:

Conveniently located between Wangduephodrang and Punakha on the west bank of the river, this hotel features 17 spacious, clean and comfortable rooms providing panoramic views of the valley with a sense of peace and serenity.

All rooms have attached bathrooms with hot and cold water.

Other features include a restaurant serving Indian, Chinese, Bhutanese and Continental cuisine, a bar with a selection of international and local beverages, IDD telephone, laundry, money exchange and TVs.


Dragon’s Nest

2. Hotel Lobesa – 3 star property

  • The experience:

Perched on the slopes of plantations overlooking the Punakha Valley, and managed by a family who has resided in the Punakha Valley for generations, Hotel Lobesa is a clean and relaxing respite.

It offers comfortable and spacious room, reminiscent of the unique charm of boutique hotels.

Most rooms have balconies overlooking the lush and verdant fields and valleys of the region.

All rooms have ensuite bathroom, Wi-Fi, and cable TV.

Hotel Lobesa also houses a restaurant where guests can sample traditional Bhutanese and international cuisine.

The hotel is near the famous Temple of Fertility, Chimi Lhakhang and  has built a very good reputation as having some of the best service in the country.


Hotel Lobesa


1. Hotel Le Meridien (river front) – 5 star property

  • The experience:

Le Meridien Paro, Riverfront is the perfect destination which offers life time opportunity to live and experience the country’s exotic culture and natural beauty with a mix of luxury and comfort.

Located 10 minutes from Paro International Airport, Le Meridien Paro, Riverfront is situated on the edge of the Paro River, offering panoramic views of the Eastern Himalayas, making it a perfect stopover for anyone visiting Bhutan.

The timeless art of leisure can be freely pursued with amenities that include Explore Spa and an indoor heated pool, as well as a Fitness Center.

The two restaurants, Bamboo Chic and Latest Recipe and Latitude bar offers a diners an exquisite sensorial experience.


Le Meridien Riverfront

2. Hotel UMA – 5 star property

  • The experience:

In a striking example of contrast, the modern Zen-inspired architecture and interiors at COMO Uma Paro feel completely at home among the raw natural beauty of the Himalayas.

Nine villas and the main lodge (that houses 20 luxury rooms) are set into 38 acres of wooded hillsides, with stunning views of the peaks above and the valleys below.

Every guest space combines colourful accents and traditional Bhutanese craftsmanship with light-filled, clean-lined contemporary design.

From the 25 square metre forest view rooms, to the 300 square metre spectacular Como Villa, every space is designed to elevate your mind and soothe your soul.


Hotel Uma

3. Hotel Zhiwaling – 5 star property

  • The experience:

The 45-room Zhiwa Ling Hotel combines the sensibilities of a fine Bhutanese guesthouse with the best of 21st Century technology.

One of the few Bhutanese-owned luxury hotels in the country, Zhiwa Ling combines Bhutanese architecture and tradition with modern style and design.

The pretty rooms are large, well-equipped and bright.

Beautiful hand-carved wooden cornices dominate the spacious lobby, and the fun bar and restaurant are complemented by a tea house, a spa and a meditation house.


Hotel Zhiwaling Paro

4. Hotel Metta Resort and Spa – 3 star property

  • The experience:

Metta Resort is nestled amongst the lush green hills of Paro nearby a local village.

The Resort is built in the traditional style of cottages with a touch of contemporary style. All cottages blend harmoniously into the surroundings.

The rooms are bright and comfortable with ensuite bathroom,  T.V., coffee & tea facilities.

It also features free WiFi, Hot stone bath, massage, salon and yoga room.

The restaurant is often credited with having the some of the best dishes in Paro.


Metta Resort

5. Tenzingling Resort – 3 star property

  • The experience:

Located in a strategic location, Tenzinling gives a bird-eye view of Paro valley with a spectacular Paro Dzong in the background. It is set in a bucolic village surrounded by apple orchards and rice paddies.

With only 21 rooms, this accommodation is simple yet comfortable, offering the perfect base to return to after a busy day of sightseeing in the area.

The spacious rooms have views over the nearby Dzong, and have en-suite bathrooms with tubs, perfect for a hot soak after a long trek.

Balcony rooms and spacious corner suites are available.


Tenzinling Hotel