The entire property has been developed with a view to accentuate the breathtakingly beautiful natural ambience. The river bank at the base, the soothing greenery, the gentle gradient higher up and, in fact, every rock, mound and depression is preserved intact by ensuring that the later constructions, rather than disrupt the natural order, enhance the raw beauty within the premises.
Tashi Namgay is more than a resort; it is the fruition of a family’s tireless efforts to preserve their ancestral home and property so that their guests also get to feel the vibes of Bhutan’s yesteryears. Every stone and timber from the family’s run-down ancient house has been reused in the new constructions. The whole property is typically Bhutanese – setting, planning, architecture, raw materials used, the interiors, name any – making the resort a kind of museum or heritage property in its own right.
The resort may preserve the look and feel of the past but the amenities are ultra-modern. In fact, the blend between the two has been achieved down to the smallest detail as is apparent in, say, how the bedrooms, dining rooms, meeting halls, rest rooms, bar and restaurant are done up and catered to. For value additions, the resort has a full-fledged spa, fitness centre, a designated arena for traditional Bhutanese sports, facilities for biking, jogging and nature walks, among many others. For these reasons, the resort has been rated Four-Star by the Tourism Council of Bhutan.
Guests can take garden walks and, if interested, also participate in seasonal gardening activities such as planting and harvesting of crops ranging from asparagus to fruits.
Ever wondered how that overwhelmingly hot and spicy chili-cheese combination called Ema Datse is prepared? Well, try your hand in making Bhutanese dishes through the resort’s cooking classes. Bhutanese dishes are delicious but fairly simple to make.
To keep oneself fit as a fiddle, guests may bike to Paro town, just four kilometres away. The trail is scenic: you go past the airport and the river bank seeing farmers, monks, farm houses and fields along the way.
Guests may also take a stroll along the PaChhu (river) that sustains the valley’s farmlands and is also the habitat of many species of water birds. Feel the cool Himalayan breeze and the glacial-fed icy cold water that flows straight from the base of the sacred Mt Jomolhari.
For a spiritually rewarding getaway in the shortest time possible, there is, a short way above the resort on a hillside, a sacred site blessed by the 8th century Second Buddha – Guru Padmasambhava. There, before the body imprint of the Guru on the rock, you may make offerings and say your prayers.
To keep you connected with your loved ones while you’re away from home, we provide you with High Speed Internet access within the resort premises.
If you looking for the ultimate meeting venue in friendly surroundings in Paro. Tashi Namgay Resort is perfectly placed for all your meeting needs. The meeting facilities offer two large rooms with seating capacity of up to 200 and 70 people respectively. Com Name Area Height Banq. Thtr. Conf. Rec. Class U-Shp Executive Conference Hall – 1800 ft² 12′ 50 200 Tho-kah Hall – 1600 ft² 12′ 40 70 Meeting Room – 240 ft² 9′ 18 15 Pre-function Area – 750 ft² 9′ – – – – – – Our Features
• Wi FI Internet
• Pre-Function Space
• Meeting and Event Facilities
• Audio Visual Equipment
• VIP Room
• Secretariat room
• Break up rooms
• Out door garden Some of the services and facilities above may not be available on a 24-hour basis or without advance request. Fees on certain facilities/services may apply.
• Birth Day Party
• Marriage Party
• Promotion Party
Tashi Namgay Resort offers traditional Bhutanese sports & games experience at Bhutanese Garden. Interested may also opt to experience other activities such as Damsebu garden walk, 360 bi-cycle ride, Bhutanese cuisine cooking class, Pa Chhu walk, A short hike to Guru Nay & Birds Eye View of Paro International Airport.
DINE & WINE(Time: 6:30 AM to 10 PM ):
Multi Cuisine Restaurant: Indulges in great food at the resort’s Multi-Cuisine restaurant. All day dining featuring an extensive daily buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A la Carte options offer the best of continental, Bhutanese and Indian cuisine. The restaurant also offers a relaxed atmosphere setting at the veranda that offers the view of one and only international airport delivering you with the pleasure of very few flights taking off and landing, the fresh river flowing from the Himalayas and lush Paro valley.
ZEE BAR(Time: 2 PM to 10 PM):
Located adjacent to main dinning, Tashi Namgay Resort offers a friendly and exiting pub experience at Zee Bar (Cates Eye). A barvariety of international beverages as well as local beers and spirits are served in a cozy setting. Ask the bar tender to mix you a delightful cocktails, or try the local homemade rice wine also known as “Ara.”
BAY-YUL SPA: PARADISE IN BHUTAN
Bay-Yul is Bhutanese for ‘A place of peace, prosperity and happiness’. The Bay-Yul Spa was conceptualized and created to provide a Bhutanese Spa facility that offers treatments with a holistic approach to wellbeing. It aims at giving you a truly mesmerizing experience.
The 1540 m2 Spa at Tashi Namgay Resort is a short walk from the Resort’s main building and stands overlooking Pa Chhu (Paro River). It has an ancient look, as it was built using timbers and windows salvaged from the 2011 earthquake, which destroyed our ancestral home.
There are massage rooms, a well-equipped fitness center and separate shower, steam and sauna rooms for both gents and ladies.
Outside the Spa you will find the hot stone bath and a deck for practicing Yoga or enjoying the sun. A few steps down there is the beach garden, next to a small lake: another pleasant place for meeting up, receiving outdoor massage, relaxing and/or sun bathing. Nearby, also facing Pa-Chhu.
Our Fitness Centre provides a fully equipped exercise facility including a fitness training area with stationary bicycles, elliptical, treadmills, circuit training equipment, Multi Station and a free weight training area.
Conditions for using the Gym:
• Facilities and equipment to be used at your own risk.
• Equipment should be used properly and directions followed carefully.
• No leaning on the equipment. Hands should be kept away from moving parts.
• No food or drinks (except water).
• No Smoking.
• An adult must accompany
• Children under 18.
• Proper fitness attire is required (sneakers, track pants, T-shirt etc.).
• No Boots, street shoes, sandals or bare feet.
• Any equipment damage should be reported to management immediately.
• “DO NOT USE”: good knowledge of equipment’s use is required.
• Courtesy and respect for others are vital
• Equipment should be returned to its place and machines wiped after use.