The rate is based on full board basis and includes house beverages,snacks and laundry. However does not include prevalent government taxes. The following itemized mandatory government taxes will be applied on top of the room rate upon booking this property.
Government royalty – US$ 65 per person per night
FIT Surcharge – US$ 40 for single person, US$ 30 each for two –three person and waived off after 4 person
Visa fee - US$ 20 per person
The lodge comprise of 16 suites, which are the ultimate as far as luxury accommodation are concerned. The suites feature signature spacious rooms with combined bedroom and living room. The large window banquette offers views across landscaped courtyard or directly onto nearby pine forest and stream. The interiors of the room are warm and cozy with wood paneled walls. In the middle sits the wood burning stove (Bhukhari) and bathroom features terrazzo bath tub, a shower, toilet, twin vanities and the suites are individually heated during the cold winter months.
Cancellation has to be made 62 days prior to arrival. Cancellation penalty of one night is applicable. All reservations must be cancelled 60 days prior to arrival to avoid a 100% cancellation charge.
50% of the room charge is applicable for late checkout until 18.00 hrs.
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.
Recreation option recommend in this page are not part of hotel activities. It is just a guideline to indicate what may possible be done whilst one is in that area. Fishing is prohibited and special permits are required for sports finishing. While such activity may be part of your tour program as indicated in your itinerary or may be organized at an additional cost. Please contact us for your preferred activity choices.
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.