Combining Bhutanese tradition with contemporary style, Uma by OMO, Paro is an intimate and exclusive resort balanced on the slopes of the Paro valley.
Nine private villas and 20 luxury rooms flawlessly incorporate colourful local craftsmanship into clean-lined modern design. Private and secluded, rooms boast exceptional views of the forest, mountains and valley floor. Each room is tucked into a lush and sheltered glade of azaleas, rhododendrons, camellias and hydrangeas. Built of handcrafted stone, wood and tiles, the rooms boast wooden furniture decorated in vivid floral designs. Hand-stitched bed linen features patterns that pay homage to Bhutan’s Buddhist culture and wooden floors are covered with hand-knotted rugs that come from nearby Nepal.
Named for the traditional Bhutanese fireplace that forms a dramatic centrepiece for its circular, pavilion-style design, the award-winning Bukhari restaurant offers fine dining menus that incorporate both local and international dishes. A full range of Asian-inspired treatments, including Ayurveda, is available at the COMO Shambhala Retreat, which features two private Bhutanese hot stone bathhouses, a large indoor pool with an open-air sundeck, a fully equipped gym and a yoga studio with panoramic valley views.
Why &Beyond Recommends This Property
- Wonderful Authentic Bhutanese Character and wonderful warm hospitality
Nestled among glistening conifers, Amankora Paro contrasts rustic charm and contemporary design, featuring rammed-earth walls and wood panels
The historical town of Paro lies at the centre of a valley rich in sacred sites and ancient buildings and forms part of the Golden Triangle.
The Gangtey Valley is one of the most beautiful spots in Bhutan, and is the Winter home to Black Necked Cranes.
Beautiful Punakha has been inextricably linked with momentous occasions in Bhutanese history.
The Gangtey Valley is one of the most beautiful spots in Bhutan. The Winter home to Black Necked Cranes that arrive every from the Tibetan Plateau.
Bumthang is the religious heartland of the nation and home to some of its oldest Buddhist temples and monasteries.