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Stayed here just for a night after a tour in Punakha town. This hotel has a different feel it just like structures with minimal view. But i do like the cabin like rooms and huge bathroom. I was booked in a room with two beds. But the beds are small. Its been a while since a slept in a single bed and my pillows kept falling out. The room gives you a log cabin feel. I have no view. When you stepped outside your room. Its all the other buildings of the other rooms. . Request for a room in the nerby building, as you have to take stairs going down to the other building. As for the food, the dinner was okay. It a mixed of Bhutanese food and indian food. The breakfast could have been better. Small pancakes and overcooked ham. At the time of our visit there were just too many servers at the dining area, not sure if there were trainees. As everytime we ask for something they seem to be scambling around, perhaps too eager to please.
We stayed 1 night. It is a very new hotel. The couple we were traveling with got a room in the main lodge, but we got a room at the bottom of the hill. So we had many steps to climb every time we needed something in the main lodge, like breakfast. Our room was relatively small, but it had a fairly big bathroom. They call it a Resort, but it is really not a resort.
I stayed 2 nights. The only problem we had is that our friends room had no wifi,so we requested to change room and the lady at the reception said that they cant beacause thd hotel was overbooked. But the hotel was totally empty we were :-) apart from another couple the only group staying in 3 rooms. After out guid spoje to her we all had great rooms.large witb beautuful view ,large bathroom . The food was good,again we were tge only ones there with many sraff. Its a good place to stay if you are looking for new good rooms and nice service in the dining room. Its location is on the hill above punaka.
This hotel is not developed or managed by a hotel professional, and it shows. Located on a hillside, but only a few rooms (if any?) have a view of the beautiful Punakha valley, which can be seen only from a few hidden corners of the sprawling property. The buildings look more like a Chinese hotel than one bearing the charm of Bhutanese architecture. Rooms are of decent size and have good amenities, but are not well thought out: light switches are confusing and not well located; the super noisy and inefficient standing aircon unit doesn’t cool much, even with the help of the ceiling fan. Our friends staying on Level 2 of the main building had no water pressure in their shower. Although the hotel had very low occupancy, we were sent to the farthest room on the grounds, at the lowest point of the property (4 flights of stairs to get to the lobby!), but enjoyed water pressure sooo strong that it hurt! Like all Bhutanese personnel, the service staff are extremely nice, but there are teething issues (only small towels the first night & we had to use bathrobes; no refreshment of amenities). Construction is still going on: Although it calls itself a resort, it still doesn’t have a gym or a spa. Better avoid for now.
The buildings and the view were spectacular. Our room was clean and spacious and comfortable, with a nice little balcony. Staff were friendly and their service was meticulous. They took care of every detail. One evening we were troubled by a stray dog when we were climbing the stairs to the main building for dinner. After dinner, the staff offered to transport us down to our room with their little vehicle without our saying anything at all. And after breakfast on our checkout day, they came to pick up our luggage at just the right time, also without our asking. Though sometimes they were so attentive that we were almost uncomfortable, we really appreciated their efforts. Would definitely recommend this place.