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Bhutan Spirit Sanctuary, Paro

Drawing design inspiration from the surrounding dzongs, monasteries and natural landscapes, a stay at the Bhutan Spirit Sanctuary is a chance to truly disconnect. The property treats its guests as part of the family and takes a holistic approach to wellbeing with the mind, body and spirit all catered for. Stay here as part of your luxury, tailor-made holiday to Bhutan and you’ll be able to choose from a wide range of treatments as well as yoga, mindfulness and meditation classes - all of which are included in your stay.

Two in-house traditional Bhutanese doctors will create your very own well-being program encompassing dietary advice, traditional medicine and therapies including hot stone baths, herbal compressions and massages. You’ll spend plenty of time at the spa with its heated indoor pool and saunas, whilst hikes in the valley and day trips to Paro, Thimphu or Punakha are also available. At the end of the day there’s nothing better than retiring to your palatial guestroom overlooking the serene valley below. 

Bhutan Spirit Sanctuary, at a glance

  • Bhutan's first all-inclusive luxury wellness retreat with superb facilities
  • Located in the valley of Neyphu in Bhutan’s Paro region
  • 24 well-appointed and spacious guestrooms with either a balcony or terrace
  • Rooms overlook the valley and historic monastery of Eutok Samdrup Choeling Goenpa
  • Amenities include locally made and environmentally friendly soaps and toiletries
  • Fantastic farm-to-table cuisine
  • Bar and outdoor terrace overlooking the valley
  • Supports the local community and environment through various programs and projects

For leisure and pleasure

  • Only 45 minutes from the spectacular Tiger’s Nest Monastery
  • Incredible spa with 14 treatment rooms and a heated indoor pool with underwater music
  • Tailored well-being programs from in-house traditional medicine doctors
  • Classes in mindfulness and yoga, rejuvenating massages and hot stone baths
  • Day trips to Paro, Haa, Thimphu and Punakha
  • Archery and Bhutanese darts
  • Picnics and hikes in the valley
  • Ceramics and painting classes
  • Open-plan library  
  • Visits to nearby monasteries

  • It was an extraordinary, wonderful and memorable holiday. Thank you to everyone.

    EE, Kenya & Zanzibar