This is a modern property, part of a small chain, and is conveniently located close to Mongar town centre, which has a good variety of shops and a small vegetable market.
The outside looks a bit run-down and the reception hall lacks character, but the rooms are attractively arranged around an open central courtyard and are well appointed, with large, comfortable beds, T.V. and spotless bathrooms with a plentiful supply of hot water. We stayed the first night in an 'attic' bedroom with wonderful views over the town, which our agent apologised for but I thought charming, and thereafter in a first floor room. Both were very clean, and housekeeping staff much in evidence. As elsewhere in Bhutan, there is no central heating, but an electric heater and extra quilt were supplied on request, and we were grateful for a good night's sleep and a piping hot shower after the rigours of Eastern Bhutan's roads and the hard beds we had slept in elsewhere.
The internet connection was not working during our visit, the dining room and attached bar are rather soulless, and the food, as elsewhere, unimaginative. But the smiling service in both bar and dining room by four lovely ladies more than compensated for any shortcomings. These ladies worked hard to satisfy the requests of the various small tour groups of different nationalities, and lined up to wave us off on departure. They are a real asset to the hotel company, and made a comfortable but rather dull stay a memorable experience.