Tucked into two distinct Himalayan valleys, COMO Uma Paro and COMO Uma Punakha offer a unique wellness-orientated experience of The Kingdom of Bhutan. In keeping with the COMO Resorts brand, the two lodges embrace local design and cuisine to create a culturally unique experience, while still retaining their five-star attention to service and hospitality. The two hotels were voted the two Best Hotel in Asia in the Condé Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice Awards 2018.
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Providing luxury accommodation in the less-visited Punakha Valley, COMO Uma Punakha offers guests access to some of Bhutan’s most celebrated landscapes and historic sites. Guests can choose from a Valley View Room, a One Bedroom Villa, or the exclusive COMO Villa. Every room commands sweeping views of the Punakha Valley and the Mo Chu River, as well as being equipped with sheesham-wood furniture, wall paintings by local artists, deep bathtubs and a separate shower stalls in the ensuite bathrooms, air conditioning and complimentary WiFi.
The award-winning Bukhari Restaurant at COMO Uma Paro is often the restaurant of choice of Bhutan's royal family when they are in Paro, so you can be assured a world-class experience. COMO Uma Paro also serves up the COMO Shambhala Cuisine, COMO's dedicated wellness menu designed to maximise energy and wellbeing with the use of nutritionally rich foods.
- Meditation and Pranayama
- COMO Shambhala Spa treatments
- Ayurvedic wellness therapies
- Visit Tiger's Nest Monastery
- Bhutan Anniversary Blessing
- White water rafting
- Archery and darts
- A non-refundable 30 per cent deposit is required at time of booking to secure the booking. The remaining 70 per cent of the booking will be required 60 days prior to arrival.
- If the booking is made within these periods then full payment (100 per cent) will be required at the time of booking.
COMO Uma Paro, PO Box 222 Paro, Bhutan
Perched among the majestic Himalayas, COMO Uma Bhutan is split into two properties in two separate valleys: the tropical Punakha Valley with its scattered landscape of dzongs and forests, and the emerald valley of Paro filled with rice paddies and ancient monasteries. Guests can fly into Paro International Airport, where COMO can arrange guests transfers.
The Bhutan climate varies drastically from sub-tropical summers to snowy winters, with spring and autumn being the favoured times to visit.
Tourism in Bhutan is restricted by the government: the minimum daily spend and your visa is covered by your stay with COMO Uma Bhutan, and visas can be organised via COMO.