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All reviews swimming pool rooms are spacious the river nice hotel the hotel staff mo chhu wifi works hotel situated big hotel nice food peaceful stay wonderful view basic amenities dining hall hot water buddha bhutan
We stayed here for two days and we really enjoyed our stay. The hotel is somewhere between wangdue and punakha on the river side. We got a room with an awesome river view. The rooms are very spacious. They are also constructing a swimming pool...More
Hotel Pema Karpo was a good stay for the money. As Bhutan is a relative newcomer to the tourist industry, hospitality service is still in its infancy. However, the staff made up for it with very friendly and helpful service. The rooms were modern and...More
Old hotel. Not even any pretence of modernity.
Spacious room with wide and comfortable beds. Food good for Indian vegetarians.
Good view from room.... of Mochhu river from front facing and serene country side from rear facing ones.
No other amenity, no effort on hotel's...More
We stayed for 2 nights.
The room was facing the river and that's the only attraction.
No lifts. Restaurant is in ground floor. Our room was in 3rd floor.
Wifi works only in lobby. (On second day, Wifi also didn't work) Local mobile data coverage...More
Though the Hotel Room has all facilities but that X-factor is missing in the interiors and the Deco, either in the Hotel or inside the rooms giving you the feel of staying at some Government Guest House than a 3 Star Hotel !
Response from Avijitroy09 | Reviewed this property |
Am sorry brother, but you are a person from very beautiful natural place- Manali and am too from Assam with full of green hills and rivers. Now, tell me my brother what else more than that you have seen in dry Bhutan hills... More
Am sorry brother, but you are a person from very beautiful natural place- Manali and am too from Assam with full of green hills and rivers. Now, tell me my brother what else more than that you have seen in dry Bhutan hills in November end, 2014. Another main thing in tourism is good food, Bhutan follows its own flavour in every food they make. No Bhutani food is famous in the world, so no question of loving it. Atmosphere of Bhutan is an atmosphere of poor country dominated by King and people fear him. Otherwise. Bhutanis smoke more cigarettes than Indians but secretly. Respect and fear are two absolutely different things.