Zhiwa Ling Hotel

Zhiwa Ling HotelLocated in Paro district of Bhutan, the luxurious Zhiwa Ling Hotel is about 12 km from the international airport.

The special features of this magnificent establishments are :

– The hotel is built on 10 acres of land with natural stream flowing through it.
– The main building is fashioned after a Dzong, a traditional Bhutanese temple fortress.
– There are eight 528 sq feet cottages, four two-storey and four three-storey, each with a private balcony
– The hotel features a replica of the ‘Nemyzampa’ the cantilever bridge at Paro Dzong
– The coldest winters need not be worry with temperature throughout the hotel maintained at a comfortable 18 to 22 degree Celsius by use of Swedish under floor heating technology
– Using timber from Bhutan’s oldest private monastery, the 450 year old Gangte Goenpa, a beautiful temple has been built into the second floor of the main building to honour Bhutan’s religious heritage.
– Hundreds of species of rare plants grace the grounds, including rare orchids sourced form the Zhemgang region in Eastern Bhutan.
– There is a clear view of Taktsang Monastery from the meditation centre

Rooms & Suites
Zhiwa Ling has 42 rooms and 3 suites
Room Categories : Magnolia, Drukgyel, Juniper
Suites : Blue Poppy, Takin, Royal Raven Suite

Food & Beverage outlet :
– Multi cuisine restaurant leading to dining deck
– Bhutanese specialty restaurant
– The Mad Monk Bar
– Night Club
– Tea House

Spa
– Sauna
– Steam
– Massage
– Fitness Centre
– Traditional Bhutanese hot stone bath

Conference facilities
– Two full equipped banquet halls with a capacity of 80 to 150 guests
– Outdoor Banquet lawns with a capacity of 300 guests
– Board room with a capacity of 8 guests
– Full equipped business centre

Special arrangements which can be orgnanised by hotel with additional cost :
– A prayer hoist ceremony at the time of guest check-in
– Depiction of age old Bhutanese ceremonies and customs (Driglam Namzha)
– Theme Dinners
– Night Club parties
– Picnics
– Archery & Khuru (traditional dart throwing) tournaments
– Short treks with packed food