The Epitome of Heritage – Bhutan Luxury Accommodation – 5 Star hotels in Bhutan

Although five-star luxury hotels are unlikely to come to mind when thinking about Bhutan, the country’s “low volume, high quality” tourism policy has effectively made it a highly valued destination among discriminating tourists. ‘The Happiest Place on Earth’ has a number of high-end resorts strategically located around the Kingdom, each with a degree of refinement and elegance unequalled in the Himalayas. In a magnificent and quiet location, our Bhutan Luxury Accommodation features traditional details such as earth walls, paintings and wood burning stoves.

At one of these 5-star hotels in Bhutan, you’ll have a fantastic experience. You can expect exceptional customer service, sumptuous bedding, and relax. Relaxing spa offerings are waiting for you. You’re sure to find exactly the accommodation you need. You can also expect excellent customer service from these hotels, so get ready for a wonderful adventure. Whatever it is your heart desires, you’re bound to find it here. Don’t want to take our word for it? Explore our listings and pick the perfect accommodation for your needs.

Le Meridien-Thimphu

We are ideally located in the middle of Bhutan’s capital city, only steps away from stores and entertainment, as well as Memorial Chorten, Tashichho Dzong, and other well-known sights. The 78 beautiful guest rooms and suites provide genuine Bhutanese-style furniture and top-notch facilities, including a flat-screen TV, free high-speed wi-fi, a marble bathtub, an ergonomic desk, and amazing views of the surrounding hillsides and capital city.

An airport shuttle with for an extra fee at Le Méridien Thimphu. Parking is also found for free at the premises in the Bhutan luxury accommodation.

The Buddha Dordenma is 3.2 miles from the Simtokha Dzong, 3.7 miles from the Phajoding Monastery, and 4.5 miles from the Phajoding Monastery. Dochula Pass is 14 miles long. It takes 32 miles to go to Paro International Airport.

Latest Recipe, Sese Shamu, Thimphu’s first Pan Asian restaurant, and Latitude 27 all provide expertly prepared meals for you.


Pema Ko – the renowned Bhutan luxury accommodation is located 6.4 kilometres from Thimphu’s Buddha Point. The Taj Tashi has magnificent views of the Himalayan valley and is strategically placed in the centre of Bhutan’s capital city. Master artisans handcraft the hotel in the traditional Bhutanese architectural style. The hotel is around a 1-hour drive from Paro International Airport, 59.5 kilometres away.

The elegant rooms have hardwood décor, and some provide breathtaking views of Thimphu Valley. Walk-in closets and elegant bathrooms with a stand-alone bathtub are included in the suites. There are a flat-screen TV, a minibar, and tea/coffee-making amenities.

Guests may relax at The Jiva Spa, which offers a variety of Indian therapeutic techniques. Guests may get help from a concierge desk and a business centre.

The Postcard Dewa - Thimphu

The Postcard Dewa is located 20 minutes from Bhutan’s capital city. This Bhutanese mountain hideaway is nestled in a forest, just close enough to see Thimphu yet far enough away from the hustle and bustle.

The range of Bhutan hotels is vivid, but it won’t be an issue if you have managed the functionalities and range in finding the hotel. The hotel, which offers just 15 magnificent rooms, is the ideal spot to relax in the lap of nature while taking in the breathtaking views of the Khasadrapchu valley and Wang Chhu River.

The amply spacious, 800 sq ft room opens out to a beautiful backdrop of forest flora and is sun-filled and opulent. It also has a separate sit-out area to enjoy some much-needed peace.

Le Meridien Riverfront-Thimphu

Le Meridien Paro, Riverfront is a 15-minute drive from Paro International Airport. It is on the banks of the Paro River, affording magnificent views of the Eastern Himalayas, making it an ideal stopover for anybody visiting Bhutan. Explore Spa, an indoor heated pool, and a Fitness Center are just a few of the amenities available to indulge in the classic art of relaxation.

Bamboo Chic and Latest Recipe and Latitude Bar provide an amazing sensory experience for guests. With 612 square meters of conference space, the hotel also caters to foreign business visitors. The idea is not to find out 5star hotels in Bhutan but to choose a safe and comfortable place. 

The Le Meridien Paro, Riverfront is Paro’s largest five-star hotel, with the most room inventory in the neighborhood. The hotel has the best food and beverage locations in the country and some of the best conference rooms. ‘Latest Recipe’ is a restaurant that delivers all-day meals with fascinating local flavors and a contemporary a la carte menu.

COMO Uma - Paro

Set halfway up a north facing ridge in deep pine forest, COMO Uma Paro offers nine exclusive private villas, 20 bedrooms and a COMO Shambhala Retreat.   The hotel’s interiors are all stone, wood, water and bamboo. It’s stylish, yet unaffected, has a bold design, a real aesthetic integrity, and works like a charm. Very holistic, Bhutanese chic.

It’s very welcoming, comfortable, classy, well-run, relaxing and beautifully isolated. A hotel where serenity and tradition bow gracefully to each other across the lobby. The restaurant Bukhari is a favorite of the royal, and the decor is simple but elegant thanks to the skills of local artists. Guests at COMO Uma Paro have access to cultural hotspots like the ‘Tiger’s Nest’ monastery and activities such as the national sports like archery.


All of the rooms at Uma Paro are models of contemporary comfort and elegance, managing to strike just the right balance between the two without compromising on privacy or style. All of them are infused with natural wood, modern yet understated colors, and sophisticated fabrics. Uma Paro, like most luxury hotels these days, features spacious bathrooms that rival those in some guest rooms. With such discretion, refinement, and cutting-edge amenities, it’s impossible to second-guess a visitor’s intentions. The demands of guests have been carefully considered, with a nod to the distinctively Bhutanese architectural style. The Bukhari Restaurant serves delicious fare and is located in a stunning circular pavilion with a magnificent fireplace at its heart.

Total Rooms

The hotel’s 9 Forest View Rooms are spacious double accommodations (25 square meters/269 square feet) with a king-sized bed, hand-painted traditional Bhutanese wall decorations, and a full bathroom with a shower and bathtub.

A total of 9 Valley View Rooms (344 square feet): The Valley View Rooms are more spacious and provide unobstructed views of the Paro Valley from their Juliet balconies, making them a popular upgrade from the Forest View Rooms. There is a king-sized bed in each room, as well as a spacious bathroom with a bathtub and a separate shower stall.

Two COMO Suites (1,023 square feet) feature a full kitchen, in addition to a dining space, a living room, and a study. Bright and airy, the rooms offer panoramic views of the Paro Valley in every direction. Connecting a Valley View Room to a Suite is possible.

There are eight One-Bedroom Villas, each measuring 92 square meters (990 square feet), and each has its own kitchen, bedroom, sitting area with a traditional bukhari woodburning stove, and private spa treatment room. There is a butler available to each villa guest.

The magnificent COMO Villa as one king-sized bedroom and one twin bedroom (which can be turned into a king), a living area with panoramic views of the Paro Valley, an outdoor hot-stone bathtub, a private spa treatment area, and an open-air courtyard with a fire pit, for a total of 300 square meters (3,229 square feet). The villa offers a personal butler service.

Guest Room Features

  • Dual-line telephone
  • Satellite TV
  • DVD player
  • Electronic personal safe
  • Private bar in Villas and Suites
  • Complimentary coffee and tea making facilities
  • Yoga mat
  • Hairdryer
  • COMO Shambhala bathroom amenities
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Complimentary daily fresh fruit
  • Air conditioning
  • King or twin beds with handmade Italian linen   

     Guest Services

  • Butler service
  • Foreign exchange
  • Multilingual hotel staff
  • Business centre with library
  • Babysitting (subject to availability)
  • Laundry service (no dry-cleaning)
  • Private cars and drivers
  • COMO The Shop (retail)
  • Airport transfers
  • In-room dining
  • Twice daily maid service

Restaurant & Bar

Bukhari Restaurant

This restaurant serves Western, Bhutanese and Indian dishes alongside wholesome COMO Shambhala Cuisine.

Uma Bar

This casual bar offers all-day dining and a selection of fine wines, cocktails and healthy juices.

In-Room Dining

Available between 7.00am and 10.00pm.

COMO Shambhala Menu

This healthful cuisine is rich in living enzymes, vitamins and minerals, and raw ingredients. It is available at Bukhari and from the in-room dining menu

Health & Fitness

COMO Uma Paro has developed a substantial COMO Shambhala Retreat sympathetic to the culture. Yoga and meditation is an important element of the experience, as are Asian-inspired treatments incorporating Bhutanese traditions in holistic wellness.

  • Four treatment rooms
  • Indoor yoga studio
  • Steam rooms
  • Hot-stone bath house
  • Indoor pool with outdoor sundeck
  • Asian-inspired holistic therapies developed by COMO Shambhala, including reflexology, Ayurveda, massage and facials
  • Fully equipped gym/ fitness centre
Zhiwa Ling - Paro

The Zhiwa Ling hotel combines the sensibility of a fine Bhutanese guesthouse with today’s most cutting-edge technologies. This Bhutan hotel’s delicate hand-carved wooden cornices and excellent stonework complement the hotel’s cutting-edge communications systems and Swedish under-floor heating, which were developed and built by a local Bhutanese enterprise.

The Zhiwa Ling Heritage is located just outside of Paro. It has exquisite traditional Bhutanese architecture. Guests at Zhiwa Ling have access to several amenities. The spa has a fitness center, sauna, steam room, and a traditional Bhutanese outdoor hot-stone bath, among other amenities. 

COMO Uma - Punakha

The intimate COMO Uma Punakha – a five-hour drive from Paro – is set within one of Bhutan’s most sacred valleys. Each of the 10 rooms command sweeping views of the valley, with the Mo Chhu River snaking through the rice terraces and orchards below



There are

  1. Eight Valley View Rooms:  ranging in size from 27 square meters to 34 square meters (366 square feet to 1,968 square feet). In addition to a spacious bedroom, bathroom, and separate shower, these rooms also provide a cozy sitting area.
  2. 1 One Bedroom Villa This spacious one-bedroom villa features a living area, bedroom, and bathroom all located on a separate floor. The outdoor patio measures 18 square meters (194 square feet). The master bedroom of the home features French windows that open to the valley. A secluded, flower-filled glade can be found just beyond the door.

 1 COMO Villa: The COMO two-bedroom villa features a spacious living and dining space that opens up to a magnificent view of the Punakha Valley (total area: 90 square meters / 969 square feet; outside terrace: 40 square meters / 431 square feet). Each side has two double bedrooms with access to the expansive outside patio and breathtaking vistas through the floor-to-ceiling windows. The interiors are tastefully decorated in traditional Bhutanese style. The bedrooms include hand-stitched patterns on fine Indian cotton bedcovers that pay respect to Bhutan’s Buddhist culture and colors, while hand-knotted rugs are sourced from Nepal. Within its own little glade of azaleas, rhododendrons, camellias, and hydrangeas is where you’ll find the COMO Villa.


Amenities and Services for Guests

  • A king-size bed or two twin beds dressed in fine Italian linen;
  • A full bathroom with a tub and a shower;
  • Central heating and air conditioning;
  • A private bar (in villas)and complimentary tea and coffee.
  • Free daily fruit platters
  • Features a satellite television, telephone, and COMO Shambhala toiletries.
  • Room amenities include: a hair dryer, a digital safe, and free Wi-Fi.


There is a manager available at all times, and the hotel provides airport transportation, laundry service (but not dry cleaning), twice-daily housekeeping, in-room dining, currency exchange, and a staff that speaks multiple languages.


Restaurant & Bar


  1. Room Service

Accessible between the hours of 7 AM and 10 PM.

  1. COMO Menu de Shambhala

Raw and mostly vegetarian options that are high in living enzymes, vitamins, and minerals can be found at Bukhari, as well as on the in-room dining menu.

  1. Restaurant Bukhari

The restaurant takes its name from the traditional Bhutanese fireplace and serves seasonal, locally sourced dishes with a western twist.

  1. Uma Bar serves food all day and has a great wine list, beverage menu, and fresh juices.
Dhensa Boutique - Resort

Dhensa Boutique Resort is located in the beautiful and scenic Punakha Valley. It overlooks the Punakha River and hundreds of paddy fields that stair-step down to the valley level. Surrounded by dense pine trees, this Bhutan luxury accommodation is one of the most preferred and aesthetic resorts. There are several walking trails and interesting villages to explore surrounding it.

Food that nourishes and nurtures — unabashedly simple. The basic pleasures in life are celebrated in Dhensa Boutique Punakha. One can choose from a selection of Western classics, traditional Asian favorites, and Bhutanese specialties. If you appreciate spa treatments, Dhensa Boutique Resort is the place to go. Also, get eloped in the culinary dining of this hotel. If you want to book the accommodation, then contact us for more information.

Gangtey Lodge - Wangdue

The stunning Gangtey Goenpa Lodge  Phobjikha, Bhutan Luxury Accommodation, features floor-to-ceiling windows that look out over the valley below. The rest of the structure is composed of natural stone and is modeled after traditional Bhutanese architecture. Habita, a Thai firm, designed the building, which uses local hemlock wood and ashlar stone to construct a traditional Bhutanese structure with wooden panel roofs supported by big stones.

The dining room/sitting room overlooks the valley, straddling a little dip that provides a wonderful view of the surroundings. Try the hot cuisine of Bhutan, stare at the mesmerizing prayer wheels, see the colorful local markets, and unwind in the most luxurious accommodations.