Amankora Paro

Location: Paro | Bhutan

Price guide: £££££ More than £500 per person per night

Blending the past with the present, the Amankora, Paro has created a spiritual haven in the heart of Bhutan’s beautifully-preserved western valleys, whilst capturing the essence of the kingdom’s unique heritage. The legendary warmth of Bhutan’s hospitality is reflected in the gracious service at the Amankora, Paro. With every detail taken care of and a sensual spa to relax the soul, the stresses of life will literally melt away in this Himalayan retreat.
Perfect forThose seeking a luxurious stay, with the unspoilt natural beauty of Bhutan on their doorstop.
In the knowWhen evening falls, enjoy cocktails under the stars with complementary blankets and hot-water bottles to keep you warm.

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  • Cultural Immersion
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Hotel Overview


Just 40 minutes from Paro’s international airport lies the small village of Balakha, a perfect location for exploring the kingdom’s western valleys.

Rooms at Amankora Paro

The hotel’s 24 suites are set amidst an enchanting pine forest, and are designed in keeping with the area’s beautiful surroundings. Bukhari wood-burning stoves add rustic Bhutanese charm, whilst banquette window seats offer an ideal place to admire the view.

Food and Facilities

With Bhutanese motifs adorning the walls and a warm ambience, the Dining Room welcomes guests to sample its Indian, Bhutanese and Western specialities; dine outside on the terrace for magnificent views of Jomolhari’s snow-capped peaks. Don’t forget to visit the Living Room for more stunning views; with floor-to-ceiling windows and a library next door, it’s the perfect spot to spend the evening with a cocktail and book of Buddhist folklore.

Activities at Amankora Paro

With a sauna, steam room and yoga studio, the Amankora Spa offers a welcome respite from adventurous days trekking in the valley. Focusing on the five senses, the spa’s holistic approach to rejuvenation is a classic example of the kingdom’s traditional medicine. Relax with the sweet scent of cedarwood whilst enjoying a Hot Stone Bath; the aroma is reminiscent of Tibetan temples and treasured for its healing properties.

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