This was our last stay in Bhutan and our worst. It started by the staff giving us a twin room, and when I asked if we could have a double bed, we were told just to push them together ourselves. The food was also some of the worst of our stay, and foul coffee! Ask your tour guide to eat at one of the restaurants in town for lunch and dinner instead. The other downside to this hotel is the lack of privacy. The rooms all have large windows and the staff walk infront of them regularly, so your curtains need to be closed at all times.
The location is pretty cool, and you can watch the planes land and take off, and you have the river flowing right infront of your room.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tashi Namgay Resort is a family run business. Managed my young team of staffs. It is located opposite to Paro International Airport separated by a big river(called Pa Chhu). The resort is spread over 5 acres of lust green agriculture field along Pa Chu with 360 degree views of beautiful landscape. The traditional Bhutanese architectural design and modern amenities were combined to provide our guest a comfortable stay and yet experience a Bhutanese lifestyle. Unlike many hotels & resort of equivalent standard in Paro valley, Tashi Namgay Resort offers high standard spa facilities, fitness center, Bhutanese hot stone bath experience, traditional games like archery, khuru, dego, BBQ and bonfire facilities. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Tashi Namgay Hotel Paro
- Tashi Namgay Resort And Spa