The valley sits at an elevation of around 7,500 feet (2,250 meters) and is made up of historic buildings and delightful small villages, along with many terraced fields growing crops of wheat, barley & rice. The lodge is positioned directly above Paro National Museum, where one will find incredible 12th century ruins, and enjoys spectacular views of the valley below; a true highlight of anyone's stay. Six Senses have done an impressive job in finding this location, which only enhances the lodge’s unique design and wonderful views.
The staff in Paro are particularly engaging and extremely enthusiastic about their own private farm which serves as a farm to table experience for the guests who will most definitely enjoy organic, fresh produce. The staff are also heavily involved in local community projects and in teaching local villagers about eating healthily and getting them involved in farming, tasting and cookery.
There are 16 Lodge Suites, eight Upper and eight Lower and four Villas, some of which come with a private butler. Guests can enjoy a gorgeous indoor pool, four spa treatment rooms, a library, BBQ and firepit. There are plenty of private dining options in the grounds and an outdoor cinema for evening movie nights. The property can also provide picnics and there is a cave meditation room.