I have stayed at many beautiful hotels this year and I have hardly written about any of them! It is time to set it right and I start with the beautiful Terma Linca Resort, Thimphu. What blew me completely away was its location! It is right next to the Thimphu River.
The small concrete path that you see in this picture is part of the Terma Linca Resort. It is this close to Thimphu River. I managed to walk twice along this path and enjoy the serene atmosphere by the river.
I had this huge room to myself. From the window I could see tall sunflowers and the Thimphu River. It was a comfortable room, with good supply of tea and coffee. The bathroom had a bath tub as well. By my standards this was surely a five star property but the actual rating is four star as it does not have a swimming pool. But then in Bhutan the weather is not too conducive to having a swimming pool.
My walks took me to the edge of the resort and I found this beautiful nook which was running amok with yellow wild flowers. How I wanted to have a meal on these benches but I never found time!
There was a huge weeping willow tree in the premises and they set cozy table in the hollow of it. This was my absolute favorite corner in the entire hotel. How I wish I at least managed a cup of coffee along with a book here. I did sit down quietly on one of the chairs for a few minutes before I was required elsewhere!
This is the close up of the view from my room and it was absolutely gorgeous! There was a bench in front of this spot too. I did manage to sit here for a while and just listen to the river flowing by. Terma Linca is a gorgeous property and if you are looking for a hotel away from the city, look no further!
Terma Linca Resort is part of the Makemytrip’s Premium Bhutan Package. I was invited by Makemytrip to Bhutan.
25 thoughts on “Terma Linca Resort, Thimphu”
Hi Mridhula, Nice post, nice resort, above all great pictures as always.
Thank you Monica.
Beautiful images. Nice place.
Thank you Ravish.
Your travel invitation/s maybe an inspiration for upcoming travel bloggers.
Mridula, I am not going to ask tariff. I am sure again invitation. 🙂
Thank you Tushar. I have written at the end of the post who invited me 😀
How about the tariffs in Bhutan? Are they similar to Northern India and Nepal ?
Avinash this was a luxury resort with tariffs to match. But there are budget places as well and I know of people who have done backpacking in Bhutan.
Lovely place to holiday. 🙂
I like that row of sunflowers.
Thank you Indrani.
tranquil and serene…lovely pics
Thank you Dutta.
Looks so inviting!
Thank you Rajeev.
Beautiful place…. the river and the meadows all are so inviting to the resort…
Thank you Prasad.
What a lovely lovely place. Great shots!
Thank you Lady Fi.
Nice pictures. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for stopping by Nona.
Nice post and beautiful photos
Thank you Rupam.
Noticed that you finally left Gonomad and moved to your own domain…
Yes Shrinidhi, finally 😀
What a lovely place! I love the way you pictured the resort with beautiful photographs and your thoughts about them 🙂 After reading what you did in each place, I can feel how you might have enjoyed being there…
TC! Keep smiling 🙂