LIVING THE PAST
EXPERIENCE GLORY
EXPERIENCE THE VIEW
FEEL THE TRADITION

Alter Room

Inside the temple, the statue of the goddess rides a dragon in one of her five manifestations. The dragon is a national symbol of the country. 

Court Yard

The surrounding hill and natural vegetation provide a peaceful respite. The hotel also offers a hot stone-bath facility in its backyard.

Dining

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GANGTEY PALACE'S ROOMS

Superior Room - One King Bed

Delux Room

Room - Two King Bed

A LITTLE ABOUT GANGTEY PALACE

Gangtey palace also featured in the National Geographic 1914, “Castles in the Air”, Experiences and Journeys in Unknown Bhutan, by John Claude White. 

The palace offers a bird’s eye view of the beautiful Paro valley on all three sides adorned with lush green paddy fields. 

An expert architect of the time, Zow Gendey was called to build his palace. Zow Gendey is also believed to have influenced major Bhutanese architectural designs in Paro valley and across the country.

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