About Hotel Tashi Phutnshok, Paro
Bhutan, the land of Buddhist monks, intricately shaped monasteries, and family-owned cottage industries, is in the run of becoming the world’s most-visited tourist place. Occupying significant importance from the angle of tourism in this land is the olden but golden town of Paro, resting on the banks of river Paro Chhu. But what’s really intriguing about this region is the little, colourfully painted, wooden-furnished shops, dodging the bullets of modern multistorey malls and similar developments.
Amidst this culturally rich sphere is Tashi Phuntshok Hotel Paro – a Club Mahindra affiliate resort. The resort walls are adorned with striking Bhutanese paintings, and the room windows are blessed with gorgeous vistas of rice fields and Himalayan ranges.