Due to minimum tariff requirement of U$ 200 per person per night and visa regulation as stipulated by the government of Bhutan this accommodation is bookable only as part of tour program. This is applicable to all foreigners except Indian nationals who may contact us directly for the Rupee rate.
This accommodation provider welcomes families with infants.
The hotel offers a good selection of rooms from suites to standard rooms. The central building includes 26 rooms and the rest are spread in the vast 26 acres of land in the form of cottages surrounded by acres of lush green pine forest. The traditional architecture and the Bhutanese motifs on the curtains and bedspreads give it a traditional Bhutanese feel. All the rooms are wood paneled, however some many find that it may need a face lift. Whatever the case, the rooms are comfortable and the views are exceptional.
Please note due to logistic reason cancellation policies are stringent in Bhutan unlike other destination, as your tour, guide, transportation, accommodation and government tax may have been already pre-paid and pre-booked. Hopefully you may not need to cancel your Bhutan tour; however should you need to cancel a tour; a written cancellation is required prior to 45 day of arrival date to avoid cancellation fee. Cancellation penalties will apply as follows.
• 45 day prior to arrival – No cancellation fee will apply. Post which 100 percent cancellation will apply.
• No show will entail 100% of the total tour cost
• Bookings during Paro Festival and Thimphu Festival are to be cancelled 60 days prior to arrival to avoid cancellation charges.
50% of the room charge is applicable for late checkout until 18.00.
Children are welcomed. No extra charge is applicable for children below 12 year of age sharing parent’s room. An extra bed can be arranged at additional cost and upon request. Additionally, please note very limited or no facilities are available for children.
Trophel Tours & Treks is accredited by Tourism Council of Bhutan (License No: 1030972) and member of Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) and Global Sustainable Tourism Council.