Uma by COMO, Punakha is the second hotel from COMO in Bhutan and expands on the excellence enjoyed at the award-winning Uma by COMO Paro.
Built on a bend in the Mo Chu River Uma Punakha, the resort is surrounded by the alpine stillness of the valley. This is a less visited area of Bhutan, 5 hours by road from Paro the area offers access to some of the most outstanding sites in the country including the famous Punakha Dzong, The Palace of great happiness.
The spa is outstanding offering a range of holistic treatments, surrounded by the peace and quiet of a woodland glade close to the hotel.
The restaurant offers traditional Bhutanese and international cuisine with much of the produce used sourced from local farmers, the Punakha valley is renowned for the food grown here and the hotel buys fresh local vegetables, fruits and Dairy products each day.
Enjoying spectacular views of the Valley, the rooms are designed to let the light flood in and give an airy sense of space. They are large enough to easily accommodate a king, or twin beds, a comfortable lounge area and deep baths with separate showers. The rooms are decorated with bright painting by local artists and styled with sheesham wood furniture.
The same design and amenities as the Valley View rooms but with the addition of a terrace offering breathtaking views of the Valley.
Wake up in the morning and throw open the French windows in the bedroom to look out over the valley. This is an exceptional private villa, designed as an elegant stand alone house with a separate living area, dressing room, bathroom, terrace and even it’s own glade all looked after by your personal butler.
The signature 90 sqm villa sits in its own glade and is served by a personal butler to ensure every need is catered for. The two bedrooms are connected by a private living and dining area and a 40 sqm terrace with panoramic views of the Punakha valley. The interior offers understated luxury and comfort with design details adding a Bhutanese accent. The local connection continues with bedcovers from India and hand-knotted rugs that were made in Nepal.
Total Rooms: 10