Amankora’s hotel in Thimpu is hidden away in the hills above town and, like other properties in the chain, takes its cue from the traditional architecture of Bhutanese dzongs, with whitewashed buildings crowned by projecting wooden eaves and stone-tile roofs. Inside, the prevailing mood is more modern, though in perfect harmony with the setting. A soothing colour palette of muted, mossy greens and warm-toned woods draws your eye to the windows, which frame views across the treetops to the valley. Everything, from the crackling wood stoves and polished stone bathtubs to the elegant traditional costume worn by the staff looks like something off the pages of a coffee table book. This is far from the cheapest option, but undeniably the most stylish and indulgent.
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