To celebrate the opening of Six Senses Bhutan, you’ll receive a complimentary upgrade from half board to full board for each day of your stay in the Land of the Thunder Dragon.
Escape to the happiest place on earth and explore the amazing Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan known for its rich diversity of flora and fauna along with omnipresent spirituality and colorful culture. Each of the five Six Senses locations has a scenic beauty that is unique, offering an enchanted journey through the Kingdom. In addition, we’re offering guests who book five consecutive nights or more a private vehicle with driver and a licensed English-speaking Bhutanese guide at their disposal for their entire journey.
Comprised of five lodges spread over the west and central valleys of this remote Himalayan kingdom, Six Senses Bhutan offers guests a unique adventure with uplifting experiences at every turn. From sunrise meditations and holistic spa treatments to private astrology readings and butter lamp lighting ceremonies to incredible hikes and treks through pristine forests, the aim is to leave enriched and reconnected.
The lodges, which vary in style, showcase the diversity and special character of each valley. Offering sweeping views, the spacious interiors are framed by subtle references to Bhutanese architecture, seen in the simple lines of the natural timber furniture and the presence of locally-inspired touches, such as bukharis (traditional wood-burning stoves) and vegetable-dyed, antique-washed Himalayan rugs.
Each location has been thoughtfully designed to fully immerse travelers into the local culture. Beginning with the capital, Six Senses Thimphu places strong emphasis on incorporating the spirit of the grand architectural elements of a dzong (fortress) and clouds thereby lending the name of Palace in the Sky to the largest in the collection. The second is Six Senses Punakha, located in the relatively low-lying valley of Punakha which takes inspiration from the farms and vegetable terraces across the valley and the traditional cantilever bridges of Bhutan to create a Flying Farmhouse amidst Rice Fields.
Moving further towards central Bhutan is the quaint glacial valley of Phobjikha, famous for being the winter residence of black-necked cranes. This valley is home to Six Senses Gangtey which is fondly called the Traditional Birdwatching Bridge due to its principal bridge-like building with a large glass area overlooking the valley where these sacred birds roam freely.
Traveling further east, but still in the central area of Bhutan, is the Kingdom’s spiritual center with its stunning landscape and beautiful monasteries. Six Senses Bumthang is located in an evergreen pine forest and with its sensitive fusing to trees and gardens fondly referred to as Forest in a Forest. The fifth resort in the collection is Six Senses Paro. Located at a stunning elevation overlooking the Paro Valley and next to an ancient stone ruins of a dzong, this lodge is affectionately called Stone Ruins.
Until December 31, 2019
Six Senses Thimphu, Six Senses Punakha and Six Senses Paro are open and accepting reservations.
Six Senses Gangtey is scheduled to open in late summer 2019 and is accepting reservations from October 1, 2019.
Six Senses Bumthang is scheduled to open in the autumn of 2019 but is not currently accepting reservations.
To book this offer please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +975 2 350 773.