Six Senses Expands Bhutan Presence

Six Senses has extended its reach in Bhutan with a collection of five boutique lodges set in the western and central valleys of the country.

Situated in Bhutan’s capital, Six Senses Thimphu incorporates the grand architectural elements of a dzong (fortress), while Six Senses Punakha takes inspiration from the farms, terraces and traditional bridges of Bhutan in its design.

Moving further towards central Bhutan is the glacial valley of Phobjikha, the winter residence of black-necked cranes and Six Senses Gangtey, a prime spot for bird watching opportunities.

Further east is the Kingdom’s spiritual centre with its beautiful monasteries, and Six Senses Bumthang, which is located in an evergreen pine forest. The fifth resort in the collection is Six Senses Paro, with a stunning elevation overlooking the Paro Valley.

The Thimphu, Paro and Punakha resorts will open in October 2018, while Gangtey and Bumthang will open in early 2019. Each location will have its own Spa & Wellness Center with facilities and treatments reflecting the valley in which they are set.

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