Six Senses, Bhutan, newly added a fourth luxurious lodge in Gangtey following the successful launch of its other three properties in Paro, Thimphu and Punakha. The launch of its fifth property is scheduled in March 2020.
Six Senses Gangtey with its eight suites and floor-to-ceiling windows gives the guests a panoramic view of the glacial Phobjikha valley. You can also laze around on the balcony’s plush day bed and enjoy bird watching with binoculars.
The two-bedroom villa also has a spa facility. The rooms built in Bhutanese farmhouse architecture style are made of local stone and hand-hewn timber, and its interiors are done up with warm fabrics and earthly tone palette, giving the space a subtle and comfortable feeling.
Baa Zam, the signature restaurant here offers hearty fare, an amalgamation of local and Western cuisine, and the library and games room are seamlessly incorporated with the dining area.
Adding to this experience is the 17th century Gangtey Goempa, which is a centre for Buddhist learning and meditation, where the black-necked crane festival takes place every November.
Specially catering to Indian residents is The Khamsa journey. It combines the warm hospitality and wellness facilities across all Six Senses properties, in Bhutan. It is priced at USD 1,100 plus taxes per night for the lodge suite and USD 1,450 plus taxes per night for the one-bedroom villa. This offer is valid until February 29, 2020.