Five faces of an enchanting kingdom
A landlocked Himalayan Kingdom, Bhutan is rich in culture, tradition and spirituality that have been carefully guarded and preserved.
Positioned like gemstones throughout the Kingdom's western and central valleys are five unique lodges, collectively referred to as Six Senses Bhutan. Each offers its own character, environment and experiences, yet together they can be crafted into one enchanting journey through the beauty, spirituality and culture of the Happiest Place on Earth.
You may visit a single lodge or, if you're curious about everything that Bhutan has to offer, plan a tailor-made journey that will include a combination of Thimphu, Punakha, Gangtey, Bumthang and Paro. The properties range in size and facilities, however the focus embraces the Six Senses guiding principles which include our pioneering spa and wellness offering, wholesome and sustainable cuisine, sleep health and self-discovery.
Situated within apple orchards and pine forests, yet still within reach of the capital’s attractions, Six Senses Thimphu is perched on an auspicious hillside overlooking the shimmering lights of Thimphu.
Punakha has a rustic feel and is blessed with a warmer climate thanks to lower elevations. You’ll find a choice of suites and villas, pool, boutique, yoga and meditation huts, and from here you can visit one of Bhutan’s the highlights: the majestic Punakha Dzong.
Designed to maximize what is surely one of the most scenic settings within the Six Senses Bhutan journey, Paro is known as Stone Ruins – you’ll understand why when you dine among them.
Gangtey is located in the Phobjikha Valley, which is a quaint and charming area in central Bhutan. It is well-known as the winter residence of the rare black-necked cranes arriving from Tibet each October.
Carefully built as a forest within a forest, Bumthang is an auspicious base from which you can immerse fully into hallowed monuments, monasteries and winter festivals.
The five Six Senses Bhutan lodges have been thoughtfully designed to fully immerse travelers in the Kingdom of Bhutan’s natural beauty and culture, offering a contemporary take on traditional Bhutanese architecture and form. The lodges, which vary in style from valley to valley, showcase the diversity and special character of each location.