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Six Senses

Gangtey, Bhutan

Staying at Six Senses Gangtey Valley is sure to be absolutely tranquil. Weathered timber floors line the lodge and leather details are incorporated into the lounge spaces and bedrooms. There is a feeling of warm zen and comfort to the interior, and the protection of the surrounding valley creates the most peaceful atmosphere. In the guest rooms every detail has been carefully considered to ensure serenity, from the choice of linens to the calming colour scheme.

A unique opportunity at the Gangtey chalet is its bird-watching bridge. The wildlife in this part of the country is exotic and varied, and you will have the opportunity to see this range of species for yourself.
 
The bridge is a few minutes’ walk from the lodge itself, within the hotel grounds. It is built entirely of stone and is closed off from the elements by vast timber-framed windows.

Eat in the chalet restaurant and enjoy a drink in the bar, overlooking the spectacular valley views below. This lodge occupies a pristine spot on the western slopes of the Black Mountains, home to the endangered black-necked crane.