Gangtey Lodge first opened its doors in 2013 and in a short space of time has become a world-renowned hotel. Guests are guaranteed absolute luxury alongside an immersion in local Bhutanese culture.
The vast, flat Gangtey Valley is unlike other valleys in Bhutan, which tend to be remote and enclosed. The uniqueness of the Gangtey Valley landscape has allowed exotic wildlife to flourish; keep an eye out for the endangered black-necked crane which calls this valley home, even whilst you’re stood on the terrace or looking out from your window.
The interior design of the rooms reflects the distinct rural architecture of this valley, right down to the earthen tones of the bathtub. Each of the 12 guestrooms has its own cosy fireplace, large windows, and gorgeous views of the valley beyond.
The lodge’s open-plan communal spaces also feature large fireplaces encased in stone. Gangtey Lodge, with its leather sofas and roaring fires, will welcome you fondly into its arms after a packed day of Himalayan adventures.