Accessed by crossing a suspension bridge over the Mo Chhu, Amankora Punakha is centred by a traditional Bhutanese farmhouse built by a former Je Kempo (Chief Abbot of Bhutan).
In the dining room of the farm house, guests may consume either Western or Bhutanese cuisine at a long oat table meant to evoke a family-style dining experience.
The first floor features our living room and library. A selection of books and magazines are available, as well as an internet connection.
This location also features a traditional altar room for meditation and prayer, a courtyard for alfresco dining and a tea pavilion.
The spa at Amankora Punakha contains two treatment rooms, a steam room, changing areas and a yoga/ meditation room.
The Amankora Punakha features 8 suites, located in 3 rammed earth dwellings. Identical to the suites at Paro, Punakha’s rooms include a traditional bukhari, king-size bed, terrazzo-clad bath, and a daybed. Suites are individually heated during the cooler winter months and air-conditioned in the summer months.
Amankora Punakha offers exciting excursions into Punakha valley including a trip to visit Punakha Dzong, one of Bhutan’s most impressive monastery fortresses.