Hotel Uma Paro

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The Uma Paro is 38 hilltop hectares of natural beauty, architectural sophistication and impeccable hotel service nestled in the heart of Bhutan’s Paro Valley. The resort’s 20 rooms and 9 villas with private spa are comfortable and spacious and come with 25-inch satellite TV, DVD player, coffee- and tea-making facilities, yoga mat, hairdryer and COMO Shambhala bathroom products.

The on-site COMO Shambhala Retreat includes a Jacuzzi, an indoor pool with outdoor sundeck, a hot stone bath house in the forest, a fully-equipped gym, a sunlit yoga room and multiple steam and treatment rooms where guests can enjoy facials, body therapies and massages heavily-influenced by Ayuverda, the ancient Indian healing tradition aimed at restoring the body to its natural state of equilibrium.

Daily yoga classes are offered in the morning, and additional tuition is available at all levels. Several times throughout the year, the resort even offers Yoga Weeks led by internationally renowned teachers. And for guests eager to take in the dramatic scenery of the pristine Himalayan nation, holistic therapies can be combined with various outdoor activities. On guided walks, camping treks and mounting biking tours, Uma Paro’s English-speaking expert guides will introduce guests to Bhutanese topography and mountain culture through visits to local monasteries, villages, markets and museums.

Cuisine is as integral a component of the Uma Paro experience as exploration and relaxation. The menu at the Bukhari restaurant features traditional Bhutanese offerings with a modern touch; specialties include sicum paa, dried local pork with Bhutanese chili, and bathup, a hearty soup based on handmade noodles. Contemporary interpretations of neighbouring cuisines are also available, especially Indian and West Bengali dishes.


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