Yangkhil Resort

Location: Central Bhutan | Bhutan

The elegant Yangkhil Resort is a welcoming retreat for guests visiting the historical village of Trongsa. With outstanding views of the surrounding pine-flanked hills and river, the hotel combines the warmth of Bhutan hospitality with superb cuisine and romantic touches, such as atmospheric candlelit dinners.
Perfect forA stopover whilst travelling between east and west Bhutan; couples will love the romantic dinners in a dreamy setting.
In the knowThe colourful festival of Tshechu falls in late December/early January; highly-regarded monks offer blessings whilst masked dancers entertain the crowds.

Recommended for...

  • Cultural Immersion
  • Eco-tourism
  • History & Heritage
  • Honeymoon

Hotel Overview


The resort is located one mile west of Trongsa village (literally meaning “new village”), which is seen as the entry point for exploring the east of the kingdom.

Rooms at Yangkhil Resort

The hotel’s 21 spacious guestrooms are elegantly designed with traditional Bhutanese décor, wooden flooring and astounding views from the resort’s idyllic location on a terraced hillside. Some offer private balconies and a splendid view of the Trongsa Dzong.

Food and Facilities

The hotel serves up excellent Indian food, or guests can choose from a locally-inspired menu, with classic Bhutanese dishes such as the fiery combo of chilli and cheese. Candles and incredible views make for a magical dining experience.

Activities at Yangkhil Resort

Enjoy the view from the hotel’s large patio, overlooking the beautiful flower garden, fish pond and giant prayer wheel, or visit the town’s sacred Trongsa Dzong. Dating back to 1644, its magnificent architecture is said to resemble a flying dragon, presiding over the village from its hilltop location. Further afield, the Bumthang district is home to some of the kingdom’s most cherished countryside; the Choekor Valley in particular is renowned for its outstanding scenery, and is located just two hours away.

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