Come on, get happy with an unforgettable journey through the Land of The Thunder Dragon, welcomed by five unique lodges collectively referred to as Six Senses Bhutan. 


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  • In-room Yoga Mats

    In-room Yoga Mats

  • Massage Services

    Massage Services

  • Free Healthy Breakfast

    Free Healthy Breakfast

  • In-room Healthy Snacks

    In-room Healthy Snacks

  • Hiking Trails

    Hiking Trails

  • Organic Food Options

    Organic Food Options

  • Vegetarian Food Options

    Vegetarian Food Options

  • Gluten-Free Food Options

    Gluten-Free Food Options

  • Spa On Property

    Spa On Property

  • Sleep Programs

    Sleep Programs

  • Fitness Center

    Fitness Center

  • Guest Bikes

    Guest Bikes

  • Organic Herb Garden on Property

    Organic Herb Garden on Property

  • Fruit Trees On Property

    Fruit Trees On Property

  • Meditation Area

    Meditation Area

  • Vegan Food Options

    Vegan Food Options

  • Fair Trade Food Options

    Fair Trade Food Options


  • Towel Program

  • Plant-a-Tree Program

  • Natural Roaming Species

  • Recycle Program

  • LED Lighting

  • Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products

  • Responsible Watering

  • Room Temperature Control

  • Green Sustainability Team

  • Eco-Friendly Bath Products

  • Food Waste Fed to Local Farm Animals

  • Composting

  • Water Bottle Program

  • Animal Sanctuary

  • Sustainable Supply Chain

  • Cruelty-Free Products

  • Organic Pillows + Linens

Community Impact

  • Employee Volunteer Hours

  • Donates Back

  • Local Artisan Products

  • Local Farmers Program

  • New Jobs Created


  • Conde Nast Award


The Setting

The colorful Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan is rich in culture, tradition, and spirituality that has been carefully guarded and preserved, and lives by its ethos of gross national happiness. This makes for a perfect marriage with Six Senses, a Kind Hotel brand passionately committed to sustainability with a deep obligation to care for the environment, natural resources and communities, plus preserving and protecting the world’s only carbon-negative country. Sustainability is the foundation for everything here, reflected through Six Senses’ management of energy, water, waste, protection of local wildlife, purchasing and chemical usage and engagement with local communities. Throughout the kingdom’s western and central valleys are the five unique lodges; collectively known 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.

Kind Travelers can visit one or any combination, and immerse themselves in Bhutan’s spirituality and heritage while embracing Six Senses guiding principles, including a Six Senses Spa and Wellness Center, mindful eating, sleep and self-discovery. Bike or trek rich mountain landscapes and rice fields, meditate and pray with local Buddhist monks, or visit nearby villages for authentic Bhutanese hospitality. When entering each lodge for the first time, your GEM (guest experience maker) will present you with a ‘khadar,’ a traditional scarf printed with sacred symbols, to mark your arrival. The khadar varies in color from lodge to lodge and each carries an important meaning, linked to the chant of a Buddhist mantra to promote positivity and protection for your journey. Be sure to bottle all this Kindness and happiness for the journey home, too. 

The Lodges 



  • Airport Transportation

  • Public Transportation

  • Complimentary Breakfast

  • Free Parking

  • Air Conditioning

  • Complimentary Coffee/Tea

  • Laundry Facility

  • Restaurant

  • Bar Lounge

  • Library

  • Room Service

  • Fire Pits on Property

  • Conference Rooms

  • Gym

  • Mini Fridge

  • Family Friendly

  • Bath Robes

  • Kitchenette

  • Flat Screen TV

  • Minibar

  • Conference Halls

  • Pool

  • Pet Friendly


Check in: 2 pm | Check Out: 12 pm


Kind Eats and Drinks
  • Zombala is a local favorite in Thimphu for dumplings and other vegetarian-friendly dishes
  • The Tshering Farm House in Paro offers rustic home-cooked meals
  • Enjoy the healthy options at Lobesa Village Restaurant in Punakha
  • For an authentic Bhutanese experience, try Babesa Village Restaurant in a 600-year-old heritage home
  • Have a Chubjakha Ruins Regale dinner in Paro with traditional music and dancing accompanied by a Bhutanese set menu
  • When visiting Bumthang, be sure to swing by Bumthang Brewery and the Red Panda Cafe for bites and brews
Conscious Culture
Mindful Adventures
  • In Thimphu, have astrology readings with a monk from Pangri Zampa Monastery
  • In Gangtey, enjoy a candlelit dinner at the cowshed at Damchen Lhakhang with dinner cooked on a traditional clay stove
  • In Bumthang, guests have special access to the shrine room at Wangdicholing Palace for a butter lamp offering
  • Included in your stay: Hike for an hour and a half with your guide to the beautiful mountantop of Talakha Monastery. Light a traditional butter lamp offering, which dispels darkness and ignorance, and tie prayer flags to carry your prayer out into the universe.
Do Good for the Day
Be Kind to Yourself
  • In Thimphu, treat yourself to a morning stroll on the Buddha Dordenma Hiking Trails
  • At the Gangtey Lodge, indulge in the Reconnect With Nature experience where you’ll mountain bike to nearby Nimpgay Village to visit a family farm, you’ll enjoy traditional buckwheat pancakes and top off the day with a fire purification ceremony called Riwo Sangcho. This ritual combines the offerings of sang (smoke), sur (smell) and jinsek (flame). The combination of smoke, smell and flame purifies the mind, body and spirit and helps to dispel any negative energies. 
  • Reconnect With Others in Punakha, hike across the valley’s lush rice fields past traditional farmhouses and join local children on their way to school. Enjoy a vegetarian breakfast at the monastery with young monks, then complete your morning back at the lodge with a mandala offering ceremony.


Chunimeding, Babesa, Chang Gewog​ Thimphu, Bhutan​


While visiting Bhutan, all foreign tourists must be accompanied by a licensed guide at all times. Restricted areas require permits applied through the immigration office in Thimphu. Checkpoints are located at road junctions throughout the country and independent traveling by foreign tourists (except for citizens of India, Bangladesh and Maldives) is strictly prohibited.

By Plane

Flights to Paro Airport (PBH) are served by Druk Air and Bhutan Airlines. Flights are available from Bangkok, Singapore, Kathmandu, Dhaka and four Indian cities including New Delhi. All lodges are accessed from Paro and interconnected by road, with a domestic flight also available between Paro and Bumthang three days each week. Helicopter charters can also be arranged from Paro Airport and private jet assistance is available with Bhutan Air Services who will arrange for a navigator to sit with the pilot for the visual landing at Paro.

Driving time from Paro International Airport to lodges
  • Paro - 30 min
  • Thimphu - 90 min
  • Punakha - 3hrs 30 min
  • Gangtey - 4hrs 30 min
  • Bumthang - 12 hrs