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Amankora has created a series of five lodges, providing a circular pilgrimage through the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan‘s central and western valleys. The lodges are all unique and allow you to experience the best of Bhutan along with luxurious accommodation.
Amankora Thimphu is a ‘dzong’ inspired building with just 16 suites, a one hour drive away from Paro. Rooms offer sophistication and simple style: the décor is pared down and authentic, with lots of stone, wood and glass, and clean, contemporary wooden furnishing in muted shades. Guests can choose their food in a simple but elegant wooden-clad double-height living-dining room. Thai and western menus are available.
As well as a stone courtyard housing Buddhist prayer wheels, there’s an outdoor veranda and fire pit, a large library, a beautifully stocked shop, and a small spa.
From the lodge there are plenty of attractions including the National Textile Museum, Folk Heritage Museum and the bustling Changlingmethang Market.
Amankora Thimphu rises majestically from a blue pine forest in the steep upper reaches of the Motithang area of the Thimphu Valley, just a 2-hour drive from Paro Airport.
The 16 suites of the property comprise of a bedroom and an adjacent lounge, with a window banquette that provides fantastic views across a landscaped courtyard, stream or pine forest. The spacious bathroom features a terrazzo bath, which is separated from the bedroom with a traditional bukhari.
The hotel sits close to the capital’s intruiging sights and shopping, and plenty of attractions and activities of the city. These include the National Textile Museum, Folk Heritage Museum and the bustling Changlingmethang Market. Archery, fishing, golf and white water rafting are also possible within and around the hotel.