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As part of the package we got this hotel as like everyone else staying there, room was quite spacious, large toilet with good running hot water, a bit dated but clean. Had to walk up 4 flights to our room but we got a nice...More
There is hot water in the room, WiFi is working fine and the receptionist let me borrow their plug adapter. Very good service and buffet is great. I got a great view to the fields from the balcony. The room is very spacious.
We had stay here since we didn't get rooms in Hotel Lobesa. The rooms are big and have river facing view, however the view of the river is not clear from the rooms in the first floor. The plus point is the food which I...More
We stayed here on 26th oct'17.. The rooms are spacious and staff cooperative.. We were allocated room on ground floor which had broken window and cold air blowing in..and since it was really cold we asked for shifting the room..they were fully sold out.. luckily...More
Our Tours 2nd destination was Punakha & our stay at Hotel Pema Karpo was really nice. Its outer look & parking area is soo huge as like its Room & Reception area. On our arrival we were offered Jasmine Tea which was really worth it...More
US$57 - US$72 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Avijitroy09 | Reviewed this property |
Am sorry brother, but you are a person from very beautiful natural place- Manali and am too from Assam with full of green hills and rivers. Now, tell me my brother what else more than that you have seen in dry Bhutan hills... More
Am sorry brother, but you are a person from very beautiful natural place- Manali and am too from Assam with full of green hills and rivers. Now, tell me my brother what else more than that you have seen in dry Bhutan hills in November end, 2014. Another main thing in tourism is good food, Bhutan follows its own flavour in every food they make. No Bhutani food is famous in the world, so no question of loving it. Atmosphere of Bhutan is an atmosphere of poor country dominated by King and people fear him. Otherwise. Bhutanis smoke more cigarettes than Indians but secretly. Respect and fear are two absolutely different things.