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This was our first night and were disappointed with the view .... the staff was also no where near the ones at punakha or paro. The massage was not good and there was no sorry ....
The town is commercial and crowded . I wouldn't...More
Aman hotels of Bhutan are perfect representation of this Incredible Country.
All Aman hotels in Bhutan are flawless from every touch to every bite .I will sound like a broken record as this applies to all Aman hotels I stayed in Bhutan. People of Aman...More
This was our first experience staying with Aman, and it did not disappoint. While it comes with a premium price tag, we left feeling that it delivered more than the value we had anticipated.
We enjoy our stays at Shangri-La, Mandarin Oriental, Ritz. These chains...More
There are very few properties around the world which bring the local traditions to life for us all to experience. From all the wonderful Aman team dressing in their traditional attire to the local use of produce and infusing Bhutanese dishes at all meals. This...More
We spend 8 days with Amankora, traveling to the 4 lodges throughout Bhutan. The experience and service were outstanding. Our guide, Pema, and driver, Sangay, were perfect. They totally made us discover their country from the smallest detail to the grand nature that surrounded us....More
Avoid the monsoon period, June to September, with really heavy rainfall, that can exceed 5 meters per year. The best period to visit the country is late September to late November. Clear skies, very little rain. This is also... More
Avoid the monsoon period, June to September, with really heavy rainfall, that can exceed 5 meters per year. The best period to visit the country is late September to late November. Clear skies, very little rain. This is also the time for several of the dance festivals, e.g. in Thimpu and the time for black-necked cranes to arrive from Tibet. The second best time to visit Bhutan is spring, March to May. More clouds and more rain than in the autumn, but this is time for the blossoming of e.g. jakaranda, magnolias and so forth.