Thirty minutes from Paro’s international airport, the lodge features a mix of rustic and contemporary design. Amankora Paro is situated 2,250 metres above sea level and on clear mornings will reveal an uninterrupted view onto Mount Jumolhari, the home of the Gods of the Kingdom in the clouds.
Housed in a lime-washed stone pavilion, the living and dining Rooms offer incredible views and a selection of Western and Indian food.
The boutique next door provides an exquisite collection of local fabrics and goods while the library features assorted books, publications, and internet.
The spa at Amankora’s Paro location includes a sauna, steam room, five treatment rooms with hot stone baths, changing rooms and a glass-walled yoga suite.
Our 24 suites are similar in design with a king-size bed, a traditional bukhari (wood-burning stove) and a large terrazzo-clad bath.
A number of excursions and experiences that can only be found in Paro await guests, including a visit to the 17th century ruins of Drukyel Dzong.