Long awaited, the Six Senses Bhutan will be the finest collection of remote lodges in Asia and a welcome addition to the current luxury offerings. Designed to be experienced as a circuit, it will provide a seamless hopping experience when you stay at all five lodges or simply stay in one.
Each is different, yet all share the same farm fresh dining and extensive spa facilities. Due to open during 2018 in Thimpu, Punakha, Gangtey, Bumthang and Parom, these properties will enable the exploration of Bhutan in style.
Why we like Six Senses Bhutan
Guests will be able to take a journey through Bhutan stopping at the various lodges, and with domestic flights back from Bumthang, short or long itineraries enable an authentic immersion into the fantastic history and culture which is on offer.
The 82 suites are divided between the five lodges, all offering infinity pools and a strong spa presence. The interior design airs towards the minimalistic, creating a noticeable juxtaposition to the abundance of nature outside.
All Six Senses properties offer the signature Six Senses Spa and wellness activities. There are a number of signature experiences incorporated into each lodge by design, such as the unique bird watching bridge in Six Senses Gangtey
Begin in the capital of Thimpu where Six Senses Thimpu is situated, located within apple orchards and pine forests but within easy reach of the capital's attractions. Perched high on the hillside with views of the valley, the design's emphasis is on culture. Set amidst the rice fields overlooking Mo Chu River, Six Senses Punakha is well situated for visiting the majestic Punakha Dzong. The little-visited Phobjikha Valley is home to deep gorges and a quaint rural settlement, as well as Six Senses Gangtey. It is also here that the black neck cranes make their home, of which there is a festival in their honour every November. The lodge has one of the most spectacular views across the valley. Sacred monasteries and winter festivals are all within driving distance of Six Senses Bumthang. The fifth stop in Paro is on the site of old stone ruins. Perched high on the ridge above Paro Dzong. Quite a drive to get up there but the views will be worthwhile.
- Stay at least 5 consecutive nights in any Six Senses Lodge in Bhutan to recieve complimentary use of a Six Senses car, guide and driver during this time.
- The opening offer is valid between 3rd November and 28th February 2019 only. Save £1000 based on a stay of six nights or more.