Set in the heart of the Thimphu Valley, the Taj Tashi, is a gateway to a land steeped in mythology and magic. The mountain kingdom of Bhutan remains one of the old world’s last few strongholds, as yet unspoilt by civilization. In the charmed isolation of the Himalayan heights, Bhutan’s ancient and alluring ways of Mahayana Buddhism continue richly intact to this day, and permeate every aspect of Bhutanese life and art. In keeping with the enchanting surrounds, the hotel is a blend of Bhutan’s Dzong architecture and modern design. Adorned with classical hand-drawn Buddhist murals, its 66 elegant guestrooms afford guests striking highlights of the region’s art and colour. Besides breathtaking views of the mountains that rise above the Thimphu valley. Continuing the journey into mystical Bhutan at the Taj Tashi, guests can sample Bhutan’s fiery cuisine, gaze at the mesmerising prayer wheels through its panoramic windows, make short but rewarding forays into the vibrant local markets, pleasantly while their time in one of the hotel’s traditional themed cafe’s and restaurants, or find yet more ways to relax with a special Bhutanese Hot Stone Bath at the Jiva Spa.
Hotel Address:Location SummaryTaj Tashi’s location in the capital city of Thimpu, makes it the ideal base from which to explore the tiny kingdom’s spectacular monasteries, centuries-old street festivals, scenic mountain passes and pristine wilderness, all within easy reach.
- Taj Tashi
- Post Box No. 524
- Samten Lam
- Kingdom of Bhutan
Directions to Hotel
Bhutan is accessible by air from Delhi, Kolkata, Kathmandu, Bangkok and Dhaka. The international airport, situated at Paro is 65 km away from Thimphu. Bhutan can also be accessed by road from Phuntsholing, which adjoins the Dooars region of India.
Banquets & Meetings
A 2700 square feet conference hall with a capacity of 300 guests in theatre style and 150 guests in sit-down style seating.
Fine Dining on Site
While steeped in Bhutanese mystique and colour, Taj Tashi offers guests a range of delightful culinary experiences that combine the best of Bhutanese with Tibetan and European cuisines. Customary flavours are presented with refined hospitality, amidst serene spaces that are set off by hand-drawn murals rendered in Bhutanese folk style. Each of the hotel’s four restaurants is designed to a theme that elaborates on a different aspect of Bhutan’s vibrant Mahayana Buddhist culture.
Heated indoor swimming pool.
Nestled in Thimpu Valley, Bhutan, is a little bit of heaven on earth - the Jiva Spa in Taj Tashi. A pure, serene atmosphere is the backdrop for exclusive signature treatments carefully recreated from the fabled lifestyle of Indian royalty and the healing therapies of Indian spirituality.
Theatre & Museums
Religious tours, The Dzong, Folk Heritage Museum and the National Textile Museum.
Deluxe Room with Sit-out: Select deluxe rooms have private sit-outs that open out to the green mountains –marvellous nooks that demand perfection by way of a steaming cup of tea or a romantically laid out dinner for two. The finely fitted bathrooms are roomy, and have amenities like floor warmers and bath-towel heaters.
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Meeting Space
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
- - Pool, Indoor
- - Spa Facility
- - Theatre & Museums
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