Receive 20% off when you travel to Uma Paro in Bhutan and book two rooms or more.

This offer is also applicable for packages to Uma Paro

Terms and conditions:

  • Offer applicable for stays from 26 May to 06 September  2014
  • Promotion only available when booking 2 rooms or more
  • Offer available for two rooms or more
  • Subject to availability
  • Promotion is not combinable with any other offers

Booking Period

26/05/2014 to 06/09/2014

Uma Paro Information

Location & Getting There

Uma Paro sits on a tree-clad hill overlooking Paro Valley, and is a 10-minute drive from Paro Airport.


There are 20 luxury rooms and 9 private villas. The Forest View and Valley View rooms overlook either the pine forests that surround the resort, or the beautiful Paro Valley, with the latter being larger in size. COMO suites have separate dining, sitting and study areas as well as a kitchenette, with panoramic views of the valley. One-bedroom Villas have oversized living areas with a private kitchen and spa room, plus an outdoor sitting area that overlooks the pine forests from the bathtub. Lastly, the COMO Villa is a two-bedroom suite that consists of a large living area, an alfresco hot stone bathtub, an open-air courtyard, a private spa room, a dining room and a fully equipped kitchen.


- Spa & sauna
- Indoor pool with outdoor sundeck
- Archery field
- Yoga studio
- Bhutanese hot stone bath house treatment rooms
- Gym
- Business centre
- Organic garden
- Dining: 1 restaurant, 1 bar, 1 lounge


Guests can easily access the highlights of this Buddhist Kingdom, from Tiger’s Nest monastery, clinging to a cliffside, to a morning spent browsing Thimpu’s museums, monasteries and markets. There are inland treks, tours and excursions led by highly professional Uma guides. Uma Paro also runs Yoga retreats in its very own Yoga studio.


Babysitting service is available on request upon 24 hours notice. Kids can try archery or toast marshmallows at the woodland camp in Uma Paro’s grounds before spending a night under the stars.

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