Pros: The location and the amenities were extraordinary.
Cons: Access to the property.
Pros: The location was amazing! Peaceful, and gorgeous scenery. Upon arriving at the reception, I was upgraded to a higher level room. I was told that the occupancy was 70%, however at breakfast, I never ...
Pros: Beautiful location! The staff communicated very well and are friendly! It was a super duper good stay. Love the place a lot. So good that it was nearly fully booked!
Cons: The SPA booking is often fully booked. It is very popular because it is very very good.
Pros: Very nice rooms, splendid view, very clean, great facilities (steam, sauna, fitness...)
Cons: Food is plentiful and rather good, could be more of local touch
Pros: Loved the peace and quietness of the location. Nice to walk around the valley area. Rooms provided everything needed. Especially loved the deep bath and the beds were super comfortable. Loved the ...
Cons: The restaurant which was listed in the compendium as being open all day, was often hard to get lunch. Seemed to be an issue as apparently most people go out for the day.
Pros: Excellent view of the mountains from my room. Friendly and courteous staff.
Cons: Few stretch of the road is bumpy
Pros: Everything was nice
Pros: surrounding, ambience, quality of décor, staff and foods very good.
Cons: location and very bad road.
Pros: Location, Service and ambiance
Cons: Wooden floor making wierd sounds.. else it's the best property
Pros: Layout of accomodation and environment is very good
Cons: Good location, scenic beauty attracted me the most
Situated in Paro, this hotel is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Kyichu Lhakhang and within 6 mi (10 km) of Dumtse Lhakhang and Chhoeten Lhakhang. Paro Sunday Market and Druk Choeding are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Pros: - The staff was extremely professional, friendly, warm and helpful. - The property location is fantastic. - The breakfast and dinner spread is varied and nice
Cons: The pipe music in the lobby, restaurant and spa is the signature Le Meridien tune. Although it is good, it is not exactly appropriate for say a spa session where relaxing music is preferred. Also, a ...
Pros: Size of room, king bed (huge), bathroom amenities, SPA (super super super lovely), Pool, Breakfast, View!
Cons: Restaurants limited, dinner didn't have too many options. Nothing much to do around the property, but the property by itself was pretty to walk around. Especially the riverside.
Pros: Excellent array of food whether breakfast or buffet dinner. Very pleasant staff and provide all supports. Excellent view form the window of Paro valley and Paro river. River front walk is a dream. ...
Cons: The room rent is exorbitant. Food is very expensive. For the price of the room you can stay in a 5 star hotel in one of the Indian metros
Cons: Hospitality was very poor. Less Staff to attend and very poor response for any feedback as well. Not worth the price.
Cons: location too far from market
Pros: Breathtaking Bhutan at the very first sight @ Le Meridian Paro, beautiful location , awesome property, friendly courteous staff. As they truly say happy to people happy country
Pros: The land of happiness Bhutan has one more reason to be happy, the staff at The Meridien Paro. The property itself is beautiful, add to it super courteous, friendly and effecient staff and you've ...
Pros: Nice Hotel, facility is good. And room very modern.
Cons: When ordering dinner during New Year eve, what we ordered in the menu and what came out was totally different. But staff apologize by giving dessert as free.
Pros: Ambience Location Surroundings
Cons: Could be better spread of breakfast and dinner for vegetarians atleast Loud noise of party Air conditioning off
Pros: Hotel staffs are very friendly. The design of this Le meridien is a maze for me, but fun.
Cons: The A/C of gym turned very low and a part of the swimming pool is still doing repair work. The shower of the spa / steam house, water does not go properly but full of the entire room.
Nestled in a Himalayan valley on the banks of the Paro River, the resort is a 30-minute drive from the Paro Taktsang monastery—one of Bhutan’s most ancient icons. Just outside our doors, a Buddhist chorten or stupa invites guests to participate in the ancient art of prayer. The timeless art of leisure can be freely pursued with amenities that include Explore Spa and an indoor heated pool, as well as a Fitness Centre and three distinct restaurants. The resort also caters to international business travellers, with 612 square metres of meeting space. Our 59 guest rooms, including seven suites, are chic retreats designed with the curious traveller in mind. Each offers striking Himalayan Valley and Paro River views, as well as our signature LM BED and a bathroom with a rainforest shower and separate soaking bathtub.
Pros: amazing old world charm of staying in this hotel
Pros: We loved the staff at the Hotel. Upon landing at reception there was some mixup regarding my booking, it was immediately taken care off. My room was upgraded too. The room allotted to us was good, ...
Cons: There was no wifi in the room which is a big negative.
Pros: The location is absolutely fantastic The ambiance is also very nice. The food quality and presentation is equally good. Highly recommended for the tourists visiting Bhutan
Cons: The experience of Booking .com was very unsatisfactory ( this time) The full payment was made by us as directed by Booking.com well in advance BUT the hotel front desk were not informed. It has ...
Pros: Liked everything else the food was a little on the average side. Its fantastic small villa kind of facility to stay and chill for a few days unfortunately had very little time to chill and enjoy. ...
Cons: Average food.
Pros: The hospitality was amazing and so were the rooms...the staff were very nice and friendly.
Cons: Having a kitchen which would provide basic food even after 9pm.
Cons: The hotel food was very average.
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Situated in Paro, this hotel is 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Kyichu Lhakhang and within 6 mi (10 km) of Taktsang Monastery and Taktshang Monastery. Dumtse Lhakhang and Chhoeten Lhakhang are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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