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Six Senses

Paro, Bhutan

Six Senses Paro is nestled directly above Bhutan’s National Museum, and was built on the site of 12th-century stone ruins. The stone surroundings in Paro are, in true Six Senses style, incorporated into the lodge’s interior: hewn stone walls proudly blend into impressive and cosy stone fireplaces. Timber beams are sourced from renewable suppliers, contributing to the lodge’s sustainable vision. Open fires and communal spaces allow guests to mingle and share favourite moments of their journey through Bhutan.

Guests can choose from suites and one-, two-, or three-bedroom villas. The design of the rooms is simple yet elegant, with an imaginative use of natural materials.
 
After a restful night’s sleep, enjoy your traditional Bhutanese breakfast, featuring fresh fruit and local produce, in the lodge’s spacious all-day restaurant. The restaurant has a lovely outdoor terrace, so guests can enjoy their meals while taking in the incredible views. A unique aspect of this lodge is its destination dining experience, which allows you to choose to take a meal amongst the ancient ruins surrounding the lodge.