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"....The setting was less of a fortress and more country farmhouse, with a warm buzz across its thoroughfare. Monks had come to conduct weekly prayers to appease the spirits and bless the valley, almost putting us under a spell with their melodic chanting. "

"I felt safe and refreshed as I languished in the zen-like tranquillity of the Amankora."

AugustMan, Singapore
on Amankora, December 2012

"..arriving in the forest that surrounds Amankora Paro no amount of rain could dampen my mood."

"The hot (stone) bath soothed my tired body from days of mountain travel, and a Bhutanese lady then worked her magic, kneading my aches and pains away. It was pure bliss. After a sumptuous Indian meal, I had the most restful sleep of my entire stay in Bhutan."

Business Traveller, Hong Kong
on Amankora, November 2012

"Glimpses of the Himalayan Mountains through capricious clouds and brooks of clear water meandering throughout the property are a few of the uncanny delights of this Aman lodge."

www.justluxe.com, USA
on Amankora Paro, October 2012

"When we finally arrive in Gangtey, I want to kiss the ground, and the euphoria barely subsides for the three days we are here. The lodge has sweeping views of the spectacular glacial valley of Phobjikha, a protected area for the rare black-necked cranes that stop here on their winter migration. The lush valley floor, in at least 10 shades of green, is criss-crossed by streams and ponds and bordered by pine-clad slopes."

www.theaustralian.com.au, Australia
on Amankora, October 2012

“We wound our way down along the ridgeline from Amankora Paro, overlooking green, fan-contoured rice terraces, picking our way between farmers coming the other way leading sturdy little peonies and cows comically caparisoned with bells and tassels. The hotel, built low to the treeline from native materials, was almost immediately lost among the blue pines and rhododendrons. On the valley floor, the ruined 17th century dhzong, or fortified monastery, which caps the promontory across the way from the hotel, popped into soaring view, backed by 24,000 foot, snow-shrouded Mount Jomolhari.”

ForbesLife, USA
on Amankora Paro, Summer 2012
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