Six Senses Paro is one of the five serene lodges managed by Six Senses in Bhutan. Paro is the sole international airport in the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan. Six Senses Paro is a 30 min drive from Paro Airport. Arrival at Six Senses Paro. The lodge enjoys a spectacular mountainside location at 7,382 ft or 250 m. The lodge is affectionately called ‘Stone Ruins’. The property is located next to the 15th century ruins of a fortress. The lodge overlooks the magnificent Paro Valley. Paro Valley is home to Bhutan’s world-famous and iconic Tiger’s Nest. Let’s tour the lodge’s public areas.
The main pavilion houses an intimate living area, library, bar, and dining room. The lodge is part of Six Senses Bhutan. Six Senses Bhutan comprises five lodges located in five separate valleys. The five lodges vary in style and design. They showcase the diversity and special character of each valley. Guests can visit several lodges during a Bhutan holiday. Six Senses offers its guests a wide range of possible itineraries and lodge combinations. Most Six Senses journeys start. Paro is the end point of most travels to Bhutan . with the Tiger’s Nest hike as a climax). The lodge’s design is locally inspired.
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The minimalist decor stays true to the Six Senses’ philosophy of responsible luxi. The interior harmoniously blends with the surroundings. Wood paneling and neat neutral furnishings create a soothing effect throughout the resort. The living room features large floor-to-ceiling windows. They perfectly frame the dramatic mountain panoramas. The living room has two smaller side rooms. One of them is an intimate bar area. The second side room is a small library. It’s a nice spot to catch up with some reading about Bhutan’s unique histi, a boutique shop. Next to the entrance hall is a boutique shop that sells resort wear, artifacts, and souvenirs. He’s one of the most friendly and charming managers I’ve ever met at a hotel.
Six Senses Paro’s sole dining fqo Weather permitting, meals can also be served on the terraceT. The overhead candle-style chandeliers add a touch of Six Senses luxury. The restaurant exudes the ambiance of a moun. The restaurant serves delicious food. The lodge’s chefs use ingredients from Six Senses’ organic farm. Floor-to-ceiling windows take in the valley views. In the morning, the lodge is often enshrouded in fog. Six Senses Pare also offers special dining experiences. For example, guests can head back in time for a feudal dinner among the next-door ruins. Chefs can prepare in-villa barbecues (shown later). Guests can also visit a local farmhouse for a truly authentic Bhutanese dining experience.
It’s a serene place to relax after a day of sightseeing. when the sun shines :-). The main pavilion is surrounded by a large terrace. The terrace enjoys a spectacular Himalayan view. It’s not hard to understand why Bhutan is committed to protecting its lana . Six Senses Paro features 16 suites and 4 villas 1. The accommodations are located on the mountainside, next to the main pavilion. Six Senses Pare features 16 suites and 4 villas gg The accommodations are located on the mountainside, next to the main pavilion. The resort grounds look a bit sandy and barren. I visited the lodge shortly after its opening (vegetation has matured since then). They offer views of Paro Valley or blue pine forests.
All accommodations are designed with large windows. Tip get free VIP perks when booking via Virtuoso. This includes an upgrade, daily breakfast, and a 60 min massage for two (link below post). The interior is stylish and eco-chic. Neutral tones are complemented by timber furniture and local decor touches. Neutral tones are stylish and eco-chic are commented by timber furniture and local decor touches. The villa features separate living and sleeping areas. There’s also a sizable outdoor area with a lovely private terrace. I paid $720 USD per night at Six Senses Bh This included breakfast and dinner. This excluded government charges. A sustainable development fee ($65 USD) & FIT surcharge ($30 USD) per person per day.
Bhutan is an expensive country for travelers. All tourists must book a package and pay a minimum of $200 USD per person per day. The bedroom is very spacious. It features two beds, a sitting area and desk. The two single beds are handmade from natural fiber. Guests can also request a suite with a king size bed configuration. The ensuite bathroom is equipped with, bathroom is equipped with. The ensuite bathroom is equipped wild.. Double vanity, deep soaking bathtub, and separate shower and toilet cubicles II. This allows Six Senses to reduce its waste footprint and environmental impact. Sustainability is at the core of Six Senses Paro. The lodges manage its own energy, water, waste, purchasing and chemical usage.
Sustainability is at the core of Six Senses. The lodges manage its own energy, water, waste, purchasing and. Bhutan is the world’s only carbon-negative. It keeps 60 percent of its land under forest cover, as mandated by its. Bhutan is the world’s only carbon-negative country. It keeps 60 percent of its land under forest cover, as mandated by its constitution country 3 constitutions only carbon-negative. Bhutan’s National Happiness philosophy is based on:. Sustainability, environmental protection, cultural preservation, and good governance. The lodge is managed by Six Senses. Six Senses is one of the world’s most exclusive and celebrated hotel brands. Six Senses is also one of my favorite hotel brands.
Which one is your favorite hotel brand? Leave a comment. Six Senses is also one of my, Six Senses was established in 1988. The brand was launched by Sonu Shivdasani, CEO of the Soneva Company. Sonu turned Six Senses into a world-famous brand. It became a luxury hotel chain with dozens of resorts and spas. Sonu sood Six Senses in 2012. Since then, Soneva and Six Senses have flourished independently. Since 2012, Six Senses has expanded its portfolio. The company operates resorts in the Seychelles, Oman, Thailand, and Fiji to name a few. I have previously uploaded several Six Senses posts. You can watch them in my Youtube folder ‘Six Senses’. The spa is set at short The wellness center is partly built underground next to the 15th. The spa is set at a short distance from the main pavilion. The wellness center is partly built underground next to the 15th century ruins.
The spa has treatment rooms, a pool, gym & yoga room Its intimate reception area is designed in Six Senses’ signature eco-chic style. The spa features four treatment rooms. The three single and one double treatment rooms have views of the surrounding forest. Night falls Six Senses Paro exudes a serene and tranquil ambiance day and night. Dinner is served at the lodge’s only restaurant. Food at the lodge is delicious, innovative, and healthy. Dinner is served at the lodge’s only restau. Rinpung Dzong was constructed in 1646. Some scenes in the 1993 post Little Buddha’ were posted in this dzong. Inside Rinpung Dzong are fourteen shrines and ch; The complex is listed as a site on Bhutan’s tentative list for UNESCO inclusion. Rinpung Dzong is located at the edge of Paro town Paro is one of Bhutan’s most beautiful and historic cities (popular among tourists). Paro is one of Bhutan’s most beautiful and historic cities (popular among tourists). Paro Valley is also home to the incredible Tiger’s Nest. I’ll publish a post of my visit to Bhutan’s most famous site this Wednesday.