COMO Uma Paro
This 5+ star resort is uniquely located on a pine covered hillside close to the heart of Paro town. The 29 room COMO Uma Paro is surrounded by orchards, valleys and terraced mountains.
It may lie in a hidden Himalayan kingdom, however when it comes to detail guests used to the highest standards of luxury will feel at home.
Built by traditionally trained Bhutanese artisans the hotel is infused with clean lined modernism whilst maintaining the feel of a Bhutanese village melding into the Blue Pine forest on the cliffs above. Watch the moon rise and the sun set and be moved by the uplifting sense of quiet.
Rooms & Rates
Guest rooms are decorated with bed covers in natural Indian cottons and have been hand-stitched with striped motifs and Bhutanese colours, the handwoven rugs are sourced from nearby Nepal. In room facilities include 25″ flat screen TV’s, DVD players, an electric personal safe, yoga mats and mini bars.
The nine superior valley view rooms have the same facilities as the forest view rooms however are larger in size. Six also have private balconies with views up the Paro valley.
There are two suites both with separate sitting, dining and study areas, while the eight one-bedroom villa’s enjoy a private spa and courtyard.
The COMO Villa is massive!
The principal two-bedroom villa occupies 300sq metres, with an open fire, rock tub and courtyard. All the villas come with a butler service too!
Important Note On Rates Below:
These are special upgrade rates and are in addition to your standard Bhutan Tourism Corporation package. Please enquire now for a quote.
Prices are quoted in US Dollars and include:
- Applicable room category per night based on twin/double occupancy
- 20% tax and service charge
- Breakfast & Dinner daily
- Butler service in villas only
- Surcharges apply over festival dates 22-30MAR & 10-20 SEP 2021
- Surcharges also apply 24DEC and 31DEC 2021. Please apply.
- PROMO RATES:
Stay a minimum 3 nights JUN-AUG or DEC-FEB & SAVE! Call for a quote!
PEAK SEASON nightly rates – Mar-May; Sep-Nov 2021
|Per Room Per Night|
|Forest View Room – 2 persons||US$ 756|
|Valley View Room – 2 persons||US$ 948|
|COMO Suite – 2 persons||US$1224|
|One Bedroom Villa – 2 persons||US$1584|
|Como Villa – Two Bedroom – 2 persons (US$235 per extra person)||US$2400|
REGULAR SEASON nightly rates – Jan, Feb; Jun-Aug; Dec 2021
|Per Room Per Night|
|Forest View Room – 2 persons||US$ 606|
|Valley View Room – 2 persons||US$ 768|
|COMO Suite – 2 persons||US$ 1020|
|One Bedroom Villa – 2 persons||US$1224|
|Como Villa – Two Bedroom – 2 persons (US$235 per extra person)||US$2040|
FESTIVAL SEASON nightly rates: 22-30 MAR & 10-20 SEP 2021
|Per Room Per Night|
|Forest View Room – 2 persons||US$ 816|
|Valley View Room – 2 persons||US$ 1008|
|COMO Suite – 2 persons||US$1296|
|One Bedroom Villa – 2 persons||US$1704|
|Como Villa – Two Bedroom – 2 persons (US$235 per extra person)||US$2520|
Please note: COMO Uma Paro has the right to change the tariff without notice. Cancellation of booking within 60 days of arrival, 100% cancellation fee will apply.
Facilities – Spa Treatments, Yoga & More
The retreat facilities include, 4 spa treatment rooms – the treatments offered are:
- Asian inspired holistic therapies,
- yoga pavilion, offering complimentary yoga sessions 5.30-6.30 pm (Mon – Sat)
- steam rooms,
- hydro pool,
- hot stone bath house,
- gym and indoor pool with outdoor sundeck.
Business centre with library, internet service and a conference meeting room for 16 people.
The restaurant Bukhari is housed in a circular pavilion set among tall pine trees with floor to ceiling windows and a bukhari fireplace at it’s centre and serves traditional Bhutanese & Indian cuisine.
Guests can also dine beside the pool or at the bar, and for those wishing total privacy in room dining is available.
Main Building the Focus of the Resort
The COMO Uma Paro’s main building, formally the home of a Bhutanese nobleman, forms the visual focus of the resort.
Peach flowering climbing roses decorate the walls. The materials used within the Uma COMO resort include stone, wood and tiles. These are handcrafted using age old techniques combined with Azaleas, Rhododendrons, Camellias and Hydrangeas giving the resort an organic unstructured sensibility.
The Bhutanese style is strongly felt in the timbers darkened by smoke from wood fires, and white walls vividly hand painted by local artists.