Situated at the western end of the lush Punakha valley, the intimate Uma by COMO, Punakha gazes out onto a scenic bend in the Mo Chu River.
Nine hillside rooms and two free-standing villas bask in the stillness and tranquillity of the alpine landscape. Blending into its picturesque setting, each room commands sweeping views of the valley and the river as it winds its way through rice fields and orchards. The nine rooms, some of which boast private terraces, feature elegant wooden furniture and bright wall paintings by local artists. Light and airy, the rooms are spacious enough to incorporate a comfortable lounge area and generous bathroom with a deep tub and separate shower.
Guests can choose to immerse themselves in the traditional flavours of Bhutan or indulge in delicious international cuisine at Bukhari restaurant, which serves a seasonal menu made of local ingredients. Tucked into a serene woodland glade nearby, the COMO Shambala Retreat offers a selection of Asian-inspired treatments, including signature massages, facials and body therapies, all carried out in a magnificent setting with far-reaching views of the valley.
Why &Beyond Recommends This Property
- Resort with a local Bhutanese character and flavour.
Experience the cultural wonders of Bhutan on this 10-day adventure to some of the country’s finest monuments, temples, monasteries and markets.
Combining Bhutanese tradition with contemporary style, Uma by OMO, Paro is an intimate and exclusive resort balanced on the slopes of the Paro valley.
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.