Six Senses Bhutan

A landlocked Himalayan Kingdom, the South Asian country of Bhutan is a place rich in culture, tradition and spirituality that have been carefully guarded and preserved.

Positioned like gemstones throughout the small country’s western and central valleys are five unique and luxurious lodges, collectively referred to as Six Senses Bhutan. Each of the five properties offers its own character, environment and experiences, yet together all five properties can be crafted into one enchanting journey through the beauty, spirituality and culture of the happiest place on earth.

You may visit a single lodge or, if you are curious about everything that Bhutan has to offer, you can plan a tailor-made journey that will include a combination of Thimphu, Punakha, Gangtey, Bumthang and Paro. The properties range in size and facilities, however all of the properties embrace the Six Senses guiding principles which include their pioneering spa and wellness offering, wholesome and sustainable cuisine, sleep health and self-discovery.

With temperate weather, Bhutan is an ideal year-round destination. March to April and September to November offer pleasant weather for hiking and trekking. May to August presents lush landscapes with blooming flowers and vegetation. December to February brings sunny days and clear mountain views.


 



From £6,229 per person sharing

Including flights, transfers, full board and a 7-night stay






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   Nearest Airport: Paro
   Transfer Time: Approx. 1 hour and 15 minutes


Lodges

Situated within apple orchards and pine forests, yet still within reach of the capital’s attractions, Six Senses Thimphu is perched on an auspicious hillside overlooking the shimmering lights of Thimphu. With its grand design and outdoor ponds reflecting the sky above, this is your very own Palace in the Sky.



This beautiful lodge has a rustic feel and is blessed with a warmer climate. You’ll find a choice of suites and villas, pool, library, yoga and meditation huts, and from here you can visit one of the highlights: the majestic Punakha Dzong.



Designed to maximize what is surely one of the most scenic settings within the Six Senses Bhutan journey, this lodge is known as Stone Ruins – you’ll understand why when you dine among them.




Six Senses Gangtey is strategically positioned above the black-necked crane conservation centre with expansive 180 degree views of the Phobjikha Valley. With just eight suites and one two-bedroom villa, the intimate lodge’s ‘Birdwatching Bridge’ is the central gathering point for lounging, dining and for unsurpassed viewing of the cranes in their habitat below.  



Set in pine forest above a bubbling, trout-filled stream, Six Senses Bumthang immerses guests in the natural beauty of its surroundings, honouring the natural environment rather than impacting it. The lodge’s eight suites and one two-bedroom villa feature spacious balconies and calming forest views across the valley.




Activities | Facilities | Spa
  • Archery 

  • Hiking

  • Yoga

  • Meditation

  • Cycling

  • Cultural excursions 



  • Fitness centre

  • Sauna

  • Indoor Yoga studio

  • Hot stone bath

  • Meditation salas

  • Alchemy bar



  • Bhutanese herbal body scrub

  • Traditional Dotsho (hot stone bath)

  • Yogic intestinal cleanse

  • Shirodhara

  • Yoga nidra

  • Detox and adrenal boost journey



SPA
Cuisine

Representing sky in Dzongkha, Namkha excels in healthy cuisine and Asian specialties plus authentic Bhutanese dishes such as momos dumplings with a fiery ezay sauce.



This all-day dining restaurant has a rustic farmhouse-themed setting incorporating traditional bamboo woven picnic baskets suspended from the ceiling. 



Ari

Eat with Six Senses is the guiding philosophy for tasty and wholesome dishes created from organic local produce. What's on your plate is mouthwatering and what's all around you is memorable.



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