Amankora Punakha

tab1 tab1 Situated a short drive north of the impressive 17th-century Punakha Dzong and Puntsho Pelri Palace, Amankora Punakha is accessed by crossing a suspension bridge over the Mo Chhu (Mother River).

A short walk or drive takes guests to the large compound designed around a traditional Bhutanese farmhouse. This was built by a former Je Khenpo (Chief Abbot of Bhutan) as a residence to oversee the surrounding rice paddies and fruit orchards. The quaint, three-storey structure with its preserved vegetable-dye wall paintings is now the combined common guest area. The Dining Room is situated on the ground floor, and the upper floors offer intimate relaxation areas and a traditional altar room for prayer and meditation. The Courtyard of the farmhouse is suitable for outdoor dining and relaxation during Punakha’s temperate months. Adjacent to the Courtyard is a Tea Pavilion that was once the kitchen of the summer palace. Beyond this is the two-storey Spa which provides a yoga/meditation room on its upper level with open views of the surrounding rice paddies, and two private treatment rooms, a steam room and changing areas on the lower level.
  • bar   
  • business centre: copier, fax, internet and printing   
  • foreign currency exchange   
  • front desk service:24 hours   
  • laundry service   
  • luggage storage   
  • mini library   
  • parking   
  • spa and fitness facilities: massage, steam bath and yoga/meditation room   
  • wi-fi (free): public areas   
  • Restaurant(A La Carte and Buffet)

  • Bhutanese and Continental   
  • air conditioned: rooms   
  • attached bath   
  • balcony   
  • choice of double and twin beds   
  • complimentary bottled water   
  • electronic personal safe   
  • emergency torch   
  • hair dryer   
  • phone   
  • room heating   
  • room service   
  • umbrella   
  • wake up calls   
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