Nak-Sel Boutique Hotel and Spa - Bhutan
Eco-conscious travellers who do not wish to give up
the comfort of modern luxuries and amenities should visit Naksel
Situated in the quiet village of Ngobo, in the Paro
Valley, the hotel has been designed using LED lighting, solar
panels and mud-brick walls to naturally insulate and is one of the
leading energy efficient hotels in Bhutan. As part of
the hotel's development all residents of the Ngobo now have access
to the main road to the nearby Paro town, mountain spring water and
electricity, whilst much of the handcrafted furniture found within
the hotel rooms was created by the local villagers.
Nak-Sel combines the heritage of traditional
Bhutanese architecture, such as hand-carved pillars and beautiful
stonework, with the comfort of modern amenities. Rooms boast
stunning views of the surrounding forests and hills, whilst
thoughtful details and local furniture create a homely feel that is
at one with the surrounding area.
Dine on a range of cuisines, from local Bhutanese
specialities to Indian favourites and western inspired dishes at
the warm and inviting Olive restaurant. Relax at the end of
the day with a local favourite, Ara (Bhutanese rice wine) at the
Chabchu Bar or take in uninterrupted views from The Coffee House,
serving aromatic coffees and pastries throughout the day.
Embark on a hike through the local area, exploring
the hills and forests and discover the nearby Paro town and the
Sangchokhar monastery. Visit the famous Taktsang Monastery,
or Tiger's Nest, which sits majestically 1000 metres above the
valley floor or meet the local villagers, most of whom farm vast
apple orchards, rice paddies and potato fields.