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HERO Bhutan Six Senses Paro Main Building


About half an hour’s drive from Paro, at an altitude approaching 9000ft, you’ll find this peaceful mountain retreat set in Bhutan’s stunning rural landscape.

The lodge’s 16 sizeable suites are wonderful examples of Six Senses’ minimalist aesthetic, combined with characterful Bhutanese touches such as the bukhari wood-burning stoves. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow you to glory in the kingdom’s undeveloped natural bounty, while the views from the bathtub are arguably the best in the room.


It’s one of a number of Six Senses Resorts forming a serene chain across the kingdom. Paro is known as ‘stone ruins’ for the way in which the remnants of the nearby fortress (or ‘dzong’) have been thoughtfully blended into the resort’s architecture.

Also skillfully blended are elements of Bhutanese tradition into the lodge’s spa and wellness program. Treatments draw from the extensive herb garden and tailor-made wellness plans are overseen by expert practitioners.

The lodge is well-situated for any number of superb culturally-rich hikes with the most notable destination being Tiger’s Nest Monastery, located in the same valley as the lodge.


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