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  • Wangdicholing Resort (Bumthang)

    Established in year 2000 and nestled picturesquely on a hilltop facing Chamkhar Chu (river), the hotel is located about one km from Chamkhar town. Spread over an area of about 2 acres, this charming family run establishment provides panoramic vistas. Following traditional architectural pattern, the hotel features 35 comfortable rooms done up in traditional style. All rooms are equipped with requisite furniture, attached bath, running hot & cold water, heating (using traditional 'Bukhari') and also offer panoramic view from the hotel's balcony and verandah. Restaurant with traditional décor offers Bhutanese, Indian, Chinese, Continental and Swiss cuisine while bar has interesting collection of international and Bhutanese beverages. The hallmark of Wangdicholing Resort is its cuisine, which is widely appreciated and most popular amongst the hotel in this region. The highly personalized attention and impeccable services remains the focal point of this hotel and it is aptly reflected in high level of guests' satisfaction.

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  • Hotel Ugyen Ling Non Star (Bumthang)

    Hotel Ugyen Ling is the first Bhutanese owned Deluxe Hotel in the valley and as its name suggests, it is located just next to the historic Ugyen Ling palace. From this prime location, guests can enjoy can enjoy great views of the mountains, surrounding valleys, and the Jakar Dzong or the White Bird fortress all from the comfort of the hotel.

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  • Ziwa Ling Non Star (Paro)

    Five years in the making, Zhiwa Ling is a tribute to the ornate architectural arts of Bhutan. Every part of the hotel is handmade, from the massive hand-carved wooden beams to the seemingly endless designs of the colorful, hand-painted ceilings and walls. Zhiwa Ling provides the most authentic top-tier hospitality and accommodation experience in Bhutan and is Bhutan’s first locally owned, faithfully traditional hotel with 21st century conveniences. As a result, guests can experience an authentic Buddhist ceremony beside the 450-year-old timbers of our in-hotel temple while remaining comfortably warm thanks to an advanced Swedish in-floor heating system. Likewise, guests can order room service for favorite local dishes such as “ema datsi” which is traditional chillies and cheese while checking their email or surfing the Internet, wirelessly, inside the privacy and comfort of their rooms. Zhiwa Ling is a unique cultural hybrid–an exuberant celebration of the best of a 1,000-year-old culture combined with modern day innovations. The hotel is internationally recognized for its unique blend of traditional Bhutanese style, modern facilities and impeccable customer service in all areas of its operation. The Zhiwa Ling brand is well known and respected in the industry for consistent, high quality experiences. The hotel forms an integral and supportive part of the Paro community. The dedicated, all Bhutanese staff works together as a team to provide the best possible experience to all guests and commit to constant improvement of guest service in all areas. In order to contribute positively to the local business community, Zhiwa Ling management considers the best interests of staff, suppliers, tour operators and other stakeholders when making decisions that could affect them. Zhiwa Ling strives to meet stringent self-imposed environmentally conscious practices in all aspects of the operation

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  • Central Heritage, Darjeeling (Darjeeling)

    Born with the exquisiteness and treasures of antiquity, with the trails of English era charm, evident in each slice of the building, Central Heritage, Darjeeling, stands proud as one of the acknowledged landmarks of Darjeeling and has remained talk-of-the-town for rendering lavish 'British Raj' experience to its guests since its inception in 1905. Formerly managed by Fortune Group for over a decade, Central Heritage, comfortably settled amidst gradient valleys and mighty hills of Darjeeling, is a quintessential holiday resort which naturally casts out worries and anxiety of you. Exterior 3 of Central Heritage Hotel Darjeeling Central Hotels Himalaya 2 Central Hotel Resort Darjeeling and Gangtok Deluxe Room of Central Heritage Hotel Darjeeling Hotel Crew Central Heritage Hotel Darjeeling Central Hotels The hotel vaunts of antique wooden furniture and is embroidered with colonial art that renders you a precise British feel the moment you enter the hotel. With a wall decked out with antique images depicting Darjeeling's journey since 1910, the hotel proudly employs staff of third generation who greet guests with a Khada (silk cloth) - a traditional way of giving respect. The Hotel also has a fascinating reception amidst a pond, a water fall and a cosy sitting area which further opens up to a lounge. And let us tell you, this experience, you are unlikely to find elsewhere in Darjeeling which is something that we are very sure of. Central Heritage Hotel features 46 tastefully crafted and spaciously appointed rooms laid with wooden flooring, and modern amenities and also possess the largest banqueting space in Darjeeling. The hotel composes a serene ambiance in the evening with a pianist playing piano around an aquarium and cascade. Centrally located near the 'the Mall' and 'Chowrasta', Central Heritage, Darjeeling, we strongly believe, and, so is all our guests, is an ultimate source of peace and tranquillity. Don't believe? Come here and we bet you will have no other option but to believe.

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  • Hotel Sathi Nepal Non Star (Dhangadhi)

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