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All reviews punakha valley hot water small balcony peanut butter tea coffee wifi facility pleasant stay nice location dining room great view the main hotel spacious room the river hill top dining area different levels food was average
The individual rooms set amongst the garden on a hillside location are very comfortable. It’s slightly out of town which is fine and the elevated location offers great views. Breakfast and dinner were very good with plenty of choice. The staff were very helpful and...More
I got the room with balcony facing to the hill. It's a speculate view with stepping rice fields, Bhutanese houses, low clouds in the morning. .... we took a lot of photos just from our room balcony.
Again, hot water supply is the issue. Need...More
We were looking forward to this hotel given the good TA and Lonely Planet reviews. We were really happy with the bedroom and wonderful river views and also the quality of the bed itself. But there were a few areas of disappointment as follows:
We had a comfortable stay here in Punakha. Hotel staff are polite and friendly. The resort grounds are beautifully decorated. The room itself is a little dim but it has all the basic amenities. Food is pretty standard - basic Bhutanese food for dinner; toast...More
Very nice hotel. Rooms comfortable. Dining experience is good and food is good although the Bar area is very small. The only other area to relax, apart from your room, is in the Reception area which is also small. There is an outside seating area...More
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Really nothing to add here, except to confirm that you should NOT contemplate driving in Bhutan. You need an experienced local who knows the roads. Better still, as you have to hire a guide, go with a reputable tour... More
Really nothing to add here, except to confirm that you should NOT contemplate driving in Bhutan. You need an experienced local who knows the roads. Better still, as you have to hire a guide, go with a reputable tour provider, with good references here on TripAdvisor.
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"Ask for rooms near to the reception area, the rooms near to the boundry have problems with outside dog..."