Amankora Paro

Summary

Amankora Paro was the first Aman resort to be established in Bhutan and is the largest with 24 spacious suites. The resort is located 2,250 metres above sea level in the valleys of Paro, conveniently just a short distance from the country's only international airport. The location is ideal for those wishing to learn more about Bhutan's history and culture with the National Museum, Paro Dzong, and many other attractions to be found neaby. The resort exudes rustic charm with a contemporary twist, featuring earthen walls, wood panelling, and flagstone courtyards, making it a cosy and inviting place to return to after a busy day of exploring. Offering excellent facilities, including a spa and yoga studio, Amankora Paro allows you to discover Bhutan from a luxurious basepoint. 

Highlights

  • Largest Aman lodge
  • First established Amankora lodge in Bhutan
  • Short transfer from the only international airport

Location

Paro, Bhutan

Best time to go

The best time to visit Bhutan is from October to May as the climate is mostly dry and sunny. In December and January, snow may block some mountain passes causing restricted travel.

Our thoughts

Amankora has a series of 5 lodges across the central and western valley of Bhutan. Choose from a stay in just one or all five properties - you can trek or be transferred by car between resorts, enjoying the mountain scenery along the way. Stay a minimum of 7 nights in Amankora properties and receive a complimentary car and driver.


  • Library
  • Dining room
  • Spa
  • Yoga studio
  • Boutique

Dining - The dining room has a communal table and a menu of local, Indian, and Western dishes.

Suite - Each suite features a combined lounge and bedroom furnished with a king-size bed, banquette window-seat and reading chair. A wood-burning stove heats the room and provides rustic charm. The spacious bathroom has a large, freestanding terrazzo-clad bath, flanked by twin vanities and hanging space on one side and separate shower and toilet enclosures on the other.

  • National Museum, the previous watchtower of the valleys
  • Paro Dzong
  • Cheri Goemba, the first monastery
  • Trekking
  • Fishing
  • Archery

Kids are welcome, however, treks are adult only due to the terrain.


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