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Dragon’s Nest Hotel

Punakha, Bhutan

Situated by the west side of the Punakha River, overlooking the beautiful valley, Dragon’s Nest offers a breath-taking view of the river, the village around and the most splendid view of Wanduephodrang Dzong. The smoothly flowing river and the splendid view of Wanduephodrang Dzong at a distance creates a peaceful atmosphere throughout the hotel.

All of the 16 well – equipped guest rooms boasts a balcony which grants an imperial view of the Dzong, the punakha river flowing through the sublime valley of the kingdom of Bhutan.

The hotel is located among the lush greenery exuding an ambience of peace and tranquility, enthralling guests with its close intimacy with nature. The architectural design and structure of its facilities presents a purely Bhutanese touch and feel to it, also maintaining modern amenities, ensuring guests a warm and comfortable stay. With our well trained and highly professional team, guests are rendered services with the unmistakable and unique charm of the Royal Bhutanese hospitality.

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PACKAGES

2N THIMPU 1N PUNAKHA 2N PARO

Rs. 24,999 for 02 pax

  • Accommodation for a couple in deluxe room.
  • Room and breakfast
  • Warm welcome in a Traditional way
  • Welcome drink on arrival
  • Room Decoration on arrival
  • Cake + Night Candle light dinner once during the stay
  • Couple spa session - 60 min- once during the stay
  • Badam Milk for the Couple at first Night
  • Surprise gift - once during the stay
  • Free WiFi 24x7
    • Extra adult 1250/-
    • Extra child- 5 years & above 750/-
    • Lunch/Dinner- 600/- per pax
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  • *This offer is valid till 15th March.

Facilities

Each of the 16 elegant guest rooms with beautiful teakwood flooring has a personality of its own and is meticulously appointed with unique artwork. All the rooms are comfortably furnished, possesses a balcony with the sun and fresh air perching in leaving the guests mesmerized viewing the flowing river and the valley.