What We Love
- Daily continental breakfast is included in the Jetsetter rate
- Excellent location in the heart of Bhutan’s capital city?
- Choice of two restaurants
- ?Heated indoor pool?
- Award-winning Jiva Spa
What To Know
- Check in starts at noon
- Enormous guestrooms (Luxury Suites are 1,000 square feet)
- Interiors feature indigenous rugs and hand-painted murals
- Free WiFi available. Premium WiFi is an additional cost of $5 per hour.
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Amid snowcapped Himalayan peaks, primeval forests and shadowy ravines, this five-star mountain retreat is ideally located for exploring Bhutan’s magical monasteries and diverse landscapes. The property’s striking toffee-colored façade is a mesmerizing blend of modern design and Bhutanese Dzong architecture. The grand, marble-clad lobby leads to 66 enormous bedrooms (Luxury Suites are 1,000 square feet) all with kingsize beds, indigenous rugs, hand-painted murals – and phenomenal views of the Himalayas. The Suites are suitably plush with added extras like walk-in closets, canopy beds and a separate living area. Bathrooms are decked out in olive marble, with rain shower cubicles and standalone Christina bathtubs. Sample Bhutanese cuisine in the delightfully ornate Chig Ka Gye restaurant, with its oak paneling and traditional gold-leaf paintings; or enjoy floor-to-ceiling mountain views at The Thongsel, a creamy marble dining room that serves upscale European fare. Don’t leave without sampling the traditional Bhutanese Hot Stone Bath treatment at the award-winning Jiva Spa.
In the Area
As the first country in the world to declare that GNH (Gross National Happiness) is more important than GNP, this tiny Buddhist kingdom is truly unique. The hotel’s central location in Thimphu is the perfect base from which to explore; start with the Druk Path, a short trek between Paro and Thimphu; or an amble around the weekend market north of Changlimithang Stadium. Vendors in brightly colored traditional dress sell dried fish, pork and homemade soft ‘datse’ cheese. Then head to Bhutan’s most famous monastery, Paro Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) originally built in 1692. The elegant structure was erected around the cave where the ancient Guru Padmasambhava is said to have meditated for three years, three months, three weeks, three days, and three hours.
How to Get There
We heartily appreciate the hospitality extended by Ms Rinzin, Ms Tashi and Ms Kuenley Wang at front desk, Mr. Bannu in restaurant, Mr. Varun Sharma, Marketing during our stay from 7th Sept 19 to 11th Sept 19, in Taj Tashi. Their courtesy and hospitality made us feel as if we were departing from the house of our close relative. We have stayed in many five star hotels in the world but hospitality here was different and will surely bring us back to Taj Tashi. We wish all of them all the best.
Thanks to the staff of Taj Tashi Bhutan for the warm Welcome to my family.
A heartiest thankful to Tanzen, Gaylay, Rinzim and Kumeley for their kind support and all the arrangements. My daughter and Niece had enjoyed their time with Tanzen very much. House keeping staff Dencha, who went out of her stay to make our stay memorable and comfortable. We are very much thankful to Bhanu for serving the good food and desert specially to my daughter and niece.
One of the most beautiful place in the world called Bhutan. Attracting nature friendly people and the best property of Taj.
Wish to visit again.
Superb hospitality very friendly staff great food
Rooms are luxurious. Very hygienic Happy to have chosen Taj Tashi Bhutan . Will certainly choose taj Tashi again . It was a dream holiday . Beautiful Bhutan. Happiness all around