A Boutique Hotel in Thimphu, Bhutan


All our rooms offer one king sized- bed (which can also be converted into twin sharing beds), separate seating area and a separate work table as well. We offer you the luxurious comfort of electric blankets (in winter), plus down duvets, so you can be assured that you will have a sound sleep. Every room is equipped with a flat panel wall heater, which will keep you warm and comfortable in winter. All our rooms feature a beautiful spacious bathroom, deluxe minibar, flat-screen 32 inch LED TV, access to high speed Wi-Fi internet, weighing scale, electronic safe, water boilers with coffee and tea, phone and electronic key card access as a standard.

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Executive rooms with view.

Our executive rooms with over 450 sq. ft also have an expansive view of the Archery Field and Changlimithang Stadium. Our rooms offer the elegance, class and comfort you are used to. With our modern yet cozy ambience, you are sure to enjoy your stay with us, whether you are here on business or pleasure.
Executive room

Executive room

Our executive rooms are the largest in its class between 400 sq. ft and 450 sq. ft. Size wise, our Executive rooms equal or are marginally smaller than the Executive rooms (with view). Some of the rooms feature a bath tub and shower while others have only a large separate shower. If your need is a room with plenty of space and sun, look no further.
Deluxe room

Deluxe room

The deluxe rooms are also the largest in its class of with 325 sq ft, creating a comfortable environment. Deluxe rooms all include a large shower space with additional toiletries, coffee makers, mini fridge and 32” LED TV and Wi-Fi in the rooms. We know you enjoy an extra-large bathroom and that is what we have provided for you in the room.
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