The suite is decorated in a warm and luxurious Bhutanese style with floor heating system. It showcases one large and spacious living room with separate guest toilet, a home theater, dinning area, a master bedroom with a well-appointed en-suite bathroom with separate steam bath cabinet and shower.
These spacious suites with floor heating system are ideal for couples or families traveling with small children. The Suites consist of one living room with a serving/ kitchen area, a master bedroom and a luxurious bathroom with a separate bath and cubicle shower.
Decorated in a traditional Bhutanese theme, the 59-square metre deluxe rooms are enhanced by a modern and luxurious amenities looking over Pa Chu (Paro River). The spacious bathroom has separate bath and rain shower facilities.
The 38-square metre standard room offers a great view of Paro Dzong. The room has all the modern facilities such as Floor heating in toilet, mini bar, TV, high-speed wire less Internet connection, hot pot, etc.
The eye catching Tashi Namgay Resort is situated opposite to Bhutan’s only international airport.
Multi Cuisine Restaurant
Indulges in great food at the resort’s Multi-Cuisine restaurant. All day dining featuring an extensive daily buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A la Carte options offer the best of continental, Bhutanese and Indian cuisine. The restaurant also offers a relaxed atmosphere setting at the veranda that offers the view of one and only international airport delivering you with the pleasure of very few flights taking off and landing, the fresh river flowing from the Himalayas and lush Paro valley.
Located adjacent to main dinning, Tashi Namgay Resort offers a friendly and exiting pub experience at Zee Bar (Cates Eye). A variety of international beverages as well as local beers and spirits are served in a cozy setting. Ask the bar tender to mix you a delightful cocktails, or try the local homemade rice wine also known as “Ara.”
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