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We spent the nights of May 10 and 11 there. After 13 days in Bhutan, the hotels all seem to blend into one another in your mind. We both enjoyed good night's sleep here. There was plenty of hot water in the bathroom which is...More
The hotel is good but not as most other places we stayed in. The view over the valley and Dzong are the best values of this place. Service is also good but the hotel is not charming and breakfast is a bit light.
Hotel is to be reached on a rough unpaved road some 10 minutes outside of Trashigang.
Our very luxurious room with jacuzzi was simply beautiful.
Dinner and breakfast were served by very friendly staff and comprised well prepared dishes - everything tasted very well.
As Bezi points out so well... I associate this name with the resort 2 km outside Trashigang. We stayed at the 'main' building (on top of the hill). The staff are helpful. The Druk 11000 was fairly priced. The wifi was free but bordering between...More
Reading the reviews you might wonder if they are all about the same hotel, and you would be right as there are actually 3 places all with pretty much the same name! They are all called Druk Deothjung, one is called hotel and it is...More
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I don't remember they offer such luxury - I may be wrong because I did not notice any as it was not my interest. There should be lower expectation in Trashigang as most tourist standard facilities and services tend to be... More
I don't remember they offer such luxury - I may be wrong because I did not notice any as it was not my interest. There should be lower expectation in Trashigang as most tourist standard facilities and services tend to be more around Paro and Thimphu. Places like Trashigang, Trongsa and Phobjlkha are still not tourist orientated and therefore we should expect more natural scenic and local culture experiences - not so much luxury orientated services yet.
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"For good WiFi, ask for rooms next to lobby staircase. Rooms at end of corridor cannot receive working WiFi."