We will be staying 1 night (12 March) at the Banyan Tree in Bangkok, 3 nights (13-16 March) at the Zhiwa Ling in Paro (Bhutan), before flying to the Himalayan Dwarika’s resort, Dhulikhel near Kathmandu for 3 nights (16-19 March).
We haven't considered an overnight in Bangkok on 19 March night, but we would be happy to book your accommodation, possibly at the Suvarnabhoomi Airport Hotel, if your connection requires so.
The Banyan Tree Bangkok *****
Banyan Tree Bangkok is located in Bangkok's central business and embassy district on Sathorn Road.
It offers 327 very spacious and luxurious rooms with views of the city or Chaophraya River, features a fantastic stylish roof-top restaurant and bar as well as 7 other dining options and a spa with pool and health club.
The Zhiwa Ling Hotel *****
This great luxury hotel combines the sensibilities of a fine Bhutanese guesthouse with the best of 21st Century technology. Envisioned and created by a local Bhutanese company, the Zhiwa Ling elaborate hand-carved wooden cornices and masterful stonework.
Whether in the grand main building or one of the cottages, each of the 45 Suites affords splendid views from both the sofa and the balcony.
Set on 10 acres, Zhiwa Ling has many amenities to offer including 2 restaurants serving a contemporary international cuisine combined with classic Bhutanese dishes and a beautiful spa with all facilities.
Honoring the spiritual heritage of this ancient Buddhist kingdom, a temple has been built into the second floor of the hotel, made with 450-year-old timbers from the famous Gangtey Monastery, the crowning glory of this new cultural landmark.
Dhulikhel - Dwarika’s Resort *****
The Dwarika’s Dhulikhel is a resort that offers a lifestyle experience modelled upon Nepal’s ancient philosophy and tradition of care and respect. It rests upon a lush forested hill that extends over 14 acres facing the Himalayas and incorporates a number of ecologically sustainable processes, including solar energy, bio-gas production and water reharvesting. The hilltop offers a panoramic view of the Himalayas and the surrounding valleys. The property is designed in the spirit of a traditional Nepali village, with trails, glades and terraced farms interspersed within the ecology of its ancient woodland.
The Dwarika’s Dhulikhel offers an unparalleled guest experience. Rooms with north facing windows, looking out directly upon the Himalayas. Sunsets and sunrises over some of the tallest peaks in the world, from the comfort of your bed, is a true experience. Attentive service combined with the warmth of Nepali hospitality reflect the resort’s attention to detail and its emphasis on comfort. Designed to be intrinsically Nepali, with the use of hand woven upholstery and locally produced furniture, the rooms combine modern amenities and Nepali style inspired by nature.
Both restaurants offer a range of tasteful treats from across the Himalayan range and beyond. All meals at the resort are natural, healthy and holistic.
This is definitely the best place to end your HP President’s Club Experience 2017…