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Six Senses Bhutan is located within the amazing Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan known for its rich diversity of flora and fauna along with omnipresent spirituality and colorful culture. The western and central valleys of Bhutan are the sites for our homes, the 5 Six Senses lodges. Scattered throughout these valleys, collectively referred to as Six Senses Bhutan.
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ryu0803 wrote a review Feb 2024
Hong Kong, China1876 contributions320 helpful votes
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If you’re planning a trip to the beautiful country of Bhutan, Six Senses is the ideal choice. We recently completed a 13-night journey, visiting all five lodges, and our experience was truly amazing. Bhutan offers a wealth of sights and activities, and Six Senses ensures that you can enjoy them in the utmost comfort and luxury. First and foremost, we would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to our guide, Chencho, and our driver, Jigme, who accompanied us throughout the entire two weeks. Our guide was highly professional, always accommodating our requests and changes in schedule. With his guidance, we gained a deep understanding of Bhutanese culture, and our hiking and nature walks with him were both enjoyable and safe. As we spent a significant amount of time in the car, traversing winding mountain roads and challenging terrains, the excellent driving skills of our driver ensured our comfort and, most importantly, our safety. We commend both of them for their exceptional service. If time and budget permit, we highly recommend visiting all five lodges. Although reaching Bumthang required a short flight and some effort, the forest location was breathtaking, and it left us in awe upon arrival. Each of the five locations has its own unique charm, with properties designed in harmony with the natural surroundings. Among these remarkable properties, the Paro lodge stands out as the absolute best. The Paro team took excellent care of us, providing flawless service throughout our stay. In addition to our daily hiking activities, we ordered some extra charge activities and specialty dinners. The Ruins Regale dinner on the eve of our departure was a truly unforgettable experience. Dressed in traditional Bhutanese attire, complete with ceremonial long boots, we enjoyed every moment. The Farmhouse dinner in Bumthang, the Cowshed dinner in Gangtey, and the Prayer Flag making with lunch in Paro were also highlights not to be missed. The food at all lodges was lovely, and we particularly enjoyed our experience making momo with the two cheerful young chefs in Bumthang. The restaurants offered a simple menu featuring both local and western selections, and the staff were more than happy to accommodate any special requests. One evening, my partner asked for tomato soup, which was not on the menu, but the restaurant gladly prepared it for us. Alongside the delicious meals served in the dining rooms, our specialty dining experiences added a delightful and varied dimension to our culinary journey. The only minor disappointment we encountered was the spa facilities. We visited the spas at all five locations and met both highly skilled therapists and some who were less professional. Having visited Six Senses Samui and Yao Noi last year, where we had exceptional spa experiences, our expectations were not fully met in Bhutan. Given the cold temperature in Bumthang, we expected the spa to be warm, but unfortunately, it was not. The shower inside the treatment room was uncomfortably cold. We tried the hot stone bath on two occasions, but it did not provide the level of enjoyment we had hoped for. Furthermore, at the Bumthang spa, the bath for my partner was not adequately heated, and he ended the bath prematurely. We also felt somewhat uncomfortable when the female therapists entered the room multiple times to check on us while we were essentially naked in the bath, wearing only disposable paper underwear. We found it difficult to fully relax under the environment, and we hope that improvements can be made in this regard.
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Date of stay: February 2024Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Dear ryu0803, Thank you for taking time to review Six Senses Bhutan and for choosing to stay for 13 nights with us across all of our five lodges. We have the best guides and drivers for our guests and it is a pleasure to know you were happy with them. Our services are very flexible and it is only to help our guests to be able to make the best of memories to take back home. It is a delight to know that you loved the food in all the lodges, your momo making experience, the ruins regale dinner, the cowshed dinner, the farmhouse dinner and the prayer flag making. Thank you for your feedback on your spa experience and that you had the difficulty in fully relaxing during your hot stone bath. However, we will shear you comment with the team and use these in a positive way to improve our services in the future. We look forward to welcoming you in the near future. Best regards Andrew Whiffen Country General Manager Six Senses Bhutan
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Ajay A wrote a review Dec 2023
Nagpur District, India3 contributions3 helpful votes
One of the great experience. The place, service and all the amenities were world class. From the check in to check out they took care of us very well. Property was very beautiful and will recommend this hotel to everyone who want to have luxury experience.
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Date of stay: October 2023
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Responded 10 Dec 2023
Dear 671ajaya, Thank you for taking time to review Six Senses Bhutan and for choosing to stay with us. It is a great delight to know that you have one of the great experiences. Thank you for your words of praise on our service, the property and the amenities. It is a pleasure to know that you felt taken care of from the check-in to the check-out. We are only here to help our guests live their best and leave home happily. We look forward to welcoming you in the near future. Best regards Andrew Whiffen Country General Manager Six Senses Bhutan
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leciel83 wrote a review Nov 2023
Toronto, Canada285 contributions90 helpful votes
What an experience ! Six senses had planned my whole stay from visa application, air ticket until I left the country. It was hassle free and the lounge at Paro is just pure stunning. The tour guide Sonum and driver Singya were truly amazing and they were accompanied me by taking me to tours climbing the Tiger’s nest and visited all the religious sites. The lounge manager Roy is a humble and humorous guy. It was great to have him accompanying me as I was a solo traveler. Overall, a great and lovely experience with Six Senses! Strongly recommend!
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Date of stay: November 2023Trip type: Travelled solo
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Responded 7 Nov 2023
Dear leciel83, Thank you for taking time to review Six Senses Bhutan and for choosing to stay with us. Thank you for mentioning our hosts and how they were amazing. We are only here to help our guests make the best of memories to take back home. It is a delight to know that your overall experience with Six Senses was great and lovely. We look forward to welcoming you in the near future. Best regards Andrew Whiffen Country General Manager Six Senses Bhutan
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Rachel H wrote a review Oct 2023
Laguna Beach, California7 contributions7 helpful votes
My husband and I spent 13 nights in total over all 5 Six Senses lodges in Bhutan. I really think this is one of the most special trips we have ever taken (if not the most special), and while much of that is attributable to the majesty of the country itself, Six Senses undoubtedly elevated our experience on so many fronts. It started with the ease of dealing with, and attention to detail paid by, the reservation team--Claudine, Karma and Antriksh, who were all so responsive and helpful in making the preparations for the trip. I have a severe nut allergy which I was concerned about, but it was clear at each lodge that the reservations team had communicated this to the staff and everyone was very attune to the issue. Our guide, Younten, and driver, Deepak, were fantastic. Younten was a wealth of knowledge and a great navigator for our hikes, and we always felt safe driving around with Deepak at the wheel. We enjoyed all of the activities that the reservations team and Younten suggested/put together for us, and it was really nice to do minimal research on activities ourselves (which I usually spend so much time on prior to a trip). We really enjoyed the healthy food and drinks that were plentiful at the lodges, and loved the fact that the lodges grow herbs and vegetables that they incorporate into their menus. The attention to detail given by the staff at all lodges is unparalleled, which I think is combination of the Six Senses brand but also the extremely hospitable culture that we experienced throughout Bhutan. If you are considering this journey but don't have the time to do all 5 lodges, I don't think it's necessary, I would still say go and experience what you can, but, if you have the time, it was very special to visit all 5 locations. Do not hesitate to book this trip with Six Senses.
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Date of stay: August 2023
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Responded 5 Oct 2023
Dear 467rachelh, Thank you for choosing Six Senses Bhutan for your stay and for your wonderful words of praise and appreciation. Firstly, it was great to have you and your husband stay with us in all of our five lodges. It is a great delight to know that this trip of yours was one of the most special one and to know that we elevated your experience. We are only here to provide the best of our services to our esteemed guests. We would like our guests to feel at home when they are away from home and we believe you felt so. Knowing about our guests dietary preferences is vital to us and sharing the same all across the lodges is our priority. Eating healthy food in Six Senses is driven by our Eat with Six Senses program which focuses on clean eating and healthy eating. You rightly pointed out that we grow our own herbs and vegetables. We are working towards becoming more and more sustainable. We hope that you will give us another opportunity to serve you in the future. Best regards Andrew Whiffen Country General Manager Six Senses Bhutan
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Karin wrote a review July 2023
Irvine, California129 contributions35 helpful votes
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We just returned from our trip to Bhutan and I keep trying to find the words to explain and express how incredible, beautiful, and awe-inspiring it was for our family. The first thing you should know is that this is absolutely the place you need to take your kids. Please feel free to DM me and ask any questions - I had a lot of anxiety about whether they were too young, if it would be full of hikes and temples and not much else, and how they would find it overall - so I’m here to help if you’re considering it and am happy to answer any questions. I would say it’s probably best for kids over 5, though. They’ll need to be able to walk without a stroller and not be napping, but otherwise it’s definitely a place my kids found entirely beautiful, fun, and exciting. DO IT. But: as with everything with kids, you need to do it right and I’m convinced that the best possible option for families in Bhutan is Six Senses. I’ve been looking into this trip for years and years plus love researching travel for fun, so I know all the options, have looked at all the rooms and offers at all the different properties and I promise you will not do better than Six Senses. There are so many things to know about Bhutan, but here are a few: it’s insanely clean and free of trash and even billboards (they’re not allowed), it was a beautiful break from all that stuff you see normally. Everyone, I mean everyone, was incredibly friendly and welcoming. We learned the word for hello and that worked to get waves and smiles everywhere. Our kids especially were constantly being welcomed, since kids aren’t as common it was novel for people to see them - but not in an overt and uncomfortable way, just super friendly. The nature is astounding. The country has such a focus on sustainability topped with the Six Senses approach, so we found ourselves constantly astounded. As for Six Senses they think of everything and then more. There were countless times our guide would pull something out of the van that was the best idea ever, for example: walking sticks. It’s something we wouldn’t have packed but came in handy so many times on hikes and were just really nice to have. Everything was at our pace and what we were comfortable with doing, including and especially at the beginning when we were still adjusting to the time zone. Also, super useful to know that laundry is included. This sounds like a minor detail but let me tell you it is a wonder. To be traveling with a suitcase full of clean clothes is miraculous and part way through the trip I pointed out that we would have either had all dirty clothes at that point or would have had to deal with spending our precious vacation time on laundry. It’s another thing that just makes everything so wonderful. The food: I could write paragraphs about how much we loved everything. What’s great about Six Senses is there is SO much variety on the menu, including local specialties, and then you can also always order anything you can think of off-menu. We never got tired of anything (each location has a different menu) and also tried so many new things. We miss it so much. The last thing to know is towards the end we recognized that staying at Six Senses is the closest experience to actually living in a place with the best possible property, staff, and amenities. We have had the chance to spend extended time in other countries and there’s a unique feeling you get when you live in a place and aren’t just staying in a generic hotel room and Six Senses has nailed it. Comfortable, homey, and gorgeous, but not the stuffy feeling of some luxury resorts where it’s added work and you have to dress a certain way. We feel connected to the place, the people, and all the experiences we had so it feels like we lived there.
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Date of stay: June 2023Trip type: Travelled with family
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Responded 28 Sept 2023
Dear karc0n, Thank you for choosing to stay with us and for your wonderful feedback. I am delighted to know that you found Six Senses Bhutan the best possible option for families with kids. We always want our guests to feel at home and it is a pleasure to know that you felt so. Thank you for rightly pointing out that we have much variety on the menu, including local specialties, and then you can also always order anything you can think of off-menu. Thank you for all your words of praise and for recognizing Six Senses Bhutan as - in your words "Comfortable, homey, and gorgeous but not the stuffy feeling of some luxury resorts where it’s added work and you have to dress a certain way." We look forward to welcoming you and your family again in the near future. Best regards Andrew Whiffen Country General Manager Six Senses Bhutan
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Susan C wrote a review Apr 2023
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My husband and I just returned from 10 days at the Six Senses lodges in Bhutan. Luxury in the clouds-everywhere at every lodge. We can't find ANYTHING negative to say. The Bhutanese people are so nice, kind, intelligent in every way, funny, so proud and respectful of everyone and everything.It is truly the land of happiness. We were provided with a brilliant Bhutanese guide and driver.Nima and Rinchin.We were in the best hands possible immersing ourselves in the culture and environment.Even though our days were thoroughly planned for us, they were incredibly flexible when we needed a break from seeing all of the wonderful temples, museums,festivals etc ,they created fun archery contests and picnic lunches provide by the lodges.Archery is the national sport and this is much harder than the USA version. We have made friends for life with them. Six Senses bends over backwards to make your experience something you will never forget. The food is amazing and beautifully presented. This should definitely be on your bucket list.
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Date of stay: April 2023
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Responded 28 Sept 2023
Dear J3297NBsusanc, Thank you for choosing to stay with Six Senses Bhutan and for your lovely feedback. It is a great delight to know that you had a wonderful stay with us. It is true that the Bhutanese people, like you mentioned "are so nice, kind, intelligent in every way, funny, so proud and respectful of everyone and everything." We always want our guests to experience the best when in Bhutan and make the most memorable journey with us. It is great to know that you loved the food and its presentation. We look forward to welcoming you and your family again in the near future. Best regards Andrew Whiffen Country General Manager Six Senses Bhutan
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Katrien V wrote a review Apr 2023
Knokke-Heist, Belgium52 contributions19 helpful votes
Very luxurious hotel. Friendly staff. Delicious food. Good location with view over the Thimphu valley and the tallest Buddha in the world. Beautiful tall rooms. Impressive architecture. One of the top hotels in Thimphu. Guests pampered.
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Date of stay: April 2023Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Responded 28 Sept 2023
Dear Katrien V, Thank you for selecting to stay with Six Senses Bhutan and for your delightful feedback. We are perfectly located with the overseeing view of Thimphu valley and the Buddha statue, like you have mentioned. We always look forward to pampering our esteemed guests so they feel at home even when they are away from home. I hope you will give us another opportunity to serve you in the near future. Best regards Andrew Whiffen Country General Manager Six Senses Bhutan
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Jet18650040343 wrote a review Apr 2023
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Just got back from an unbelievable 7 nights stay at Six Senses Paro, Thimphu, Punakha. I am cross posting for Paro and Punakha. I booked directly through Six Senses via email and they arranged a complete and customized itinerary which included all lodge stays, food, transfers, visas, guide/driver. Our guide, Chencho and driver, Jigme, were with us the entire time and were superb, extremely knowledgeable and seeing to all our needs. The food was amazing and they would customize to your taste. A wonderful balance of activity and culture. The customer service was across the board top of the line.
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Date of stay: March 2023
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Responded 28 Sept 2023
Dear Jet18650040343, Thank you for staying with us and for your amazing feedback. It is a great delight to know that you loved the food and like you pointed out, we customize the food offerings to our guests taste. Thank you for all your wonderful words for our hosts and service. It keeps all of us motivated and encouraged. We hope you would give us another opportunity to serve you again. Best regards Andrew Whiffen Country General Manager Six Senses Bhutan
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Silversurfers50 wrote a review Dec 2022
London, United Kingdom20 contributions3 helpful votes
We had lunch at the Six Senses. I have to say it was beyond superb. I went with my daughter who is 30. We have traveled a lot the service and food were beyond first class. Well done all and Andrew the GM of the hotel. Incredible experience
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Date of stay: November 2022
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Responded 30 Sept 2023
Dear Silversurfers50, Thank you for choosing to have lunch at our restaurant and for your wonderful feedback. I am delighted to know that you liked the food and the service. Our guests are our first priority and we always make sure all our guests are taken care of very well. I look forward to your stay with us in the near future. Best regards Andrew Whiffen Country General Manager Six Senses Bhutan
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TravelExplorersCH wrote a review Nov 2022
zurich, Switzerland1 contribution1 helpful vote
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After a lot of research into 5*star hotels in Bhutan for our 10-day holiday, we settled specifically on Six Senses Paro. As we didn’t want to have a packed with activities bucket-list trip, Six Senses Paro was the perfect choice. We planned this trip to Bhutan to combine relaxation and simply being present with cultural experiences. From GM Roy through each team and member of staff we were treated with respect, understanding, consideration, attentiveness and simply excellent service. Our guides offered the same level of consideration and flexibility. The lodge’s views and their vegetable gardens are impressive. The design and spaciousness of the upper lodge suits enhanced our 10-day holiday at this location. We highly recommend it and look forward to going back there. Aum.S & App.A Switzerland
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Date of stay: November 2022Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: All the teams at Six Senses Paro accommodate any special requirements you may have.
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Responded 2 Oct 2023
Dear trvlexplrsch, Thank you for selecting to stay with Six Senses Bhutan and for your lovely feedback. It is a delight to know that you had a perfect choice of stay at our Paro Lodge and that your 10-day holiday was spent well. We are here to help with whatever our esteemed guests prefer, be it be privacy, consideration, flexibility or more and it is good to know that you experienced all of it. Thank you for recommending us and we are eagerly waiting to your return. Best regards Andrew Whiffen Country General Manager Six Senses Bhutan
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Frequently Asked Questions about Six Senses Bhutan
Which popular attractions are close to Six Senses Bhutan?
Nearby attractions include Buddha Dordenma (3.3 km), Bhutan Post Office Headquarters (6.6 km), and Thimphu Chorten (Memorial Chorten) (5.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Six Senses Bhutan?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and free breakfast.
What food & drink options are available at Six Senses Bhutan?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Six Senses Bhutan?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Six Senses Bhutan?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ambient Cafe, The Zone, and Zombala2 Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Six Senses Bhutan?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Does Six Senses Bhutan have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Six Senses Bhutan offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Six Senses Bhutan have airport transportation?
Yes, Six Senses Bhutan offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Six Senses Bhutan offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a business centre and meeting rooms during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Six Senses Bhutan?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Simtokha Dzong (2.2 km).