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Pros: Resort was beautiful and the staff was also very helpful. Wooden rooms were amazing and we liked the heater mattress concept. It was very neat and clean. Morning Tea was amazing! Cons: Resort was far from city and there was nothing to do in the evening. We did not like the food, it was very spicy despite giving instructions not to make it spicy at all.
People who are pure vegetarian and don’t eat eggs may have a problem while having breakfast Because they make the eggs in the same room where they serve breakfast It’s suffocating plus people who don’t eat eggs may not like the smell of eggs Also there are not much options for vegetarians in breakfast. In our breakfast they served cornflakes milk juice and Upma only and tea coffee milk
It was the views from my cottage room overseeing the valley of Paro that made the Remarks Resort my favorite hotel in Bhutan. Oh how I miss that room with those views. The beds had heat warmers which was great to arrive to after hiking in the chilly weather. The hotel restaurant was ok for dinner but I found the breakfast better during my 2 day stay in Paro. And once again, the views from the restaurant was amazing. After completing my Tiger's Nest hike, all I wanted to do was sit outside my room in the balcony and just read before sunset. And then see the valley light up and the fort stand out was lovely. My stay was the perfect way to end a lovely visit to Bhutan.
We can't understand those negative comments that were given in some of the ratings. We had a wonderful stay in the Rema Resort. Wonderful location, lovely rooms and cordial service. Also the Spa area and service was very nice.
Bhutan and Paro in general are delightful: clean, fresh air, beautiful views and charming people. The Rema Resort is well situated just outside Paro, elevated over the valley and within earshot of the babbling river. The buildings are characterful and in good order, the rooms are large and simply furnished and, wonderfully, have excellent functioning bathrooms, and the staff are immensely helpful and charming. We managed to persuade the restaurant to provide Bhutanese food which was better and more interesting than the somewhat bland stuff provided for Westerners. The bar was comfortable and fun and, in addition to Western brands, had local whiskies, gins etc. The spa was excellent: we had a couples massage after some trekking and it was excellent. All in all, a very happy and enjoyable stay in a decent hotel.…