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Jumolhari Hotel, Thimpu, Bhutan

Our rating: Medium

Located in the city center the Jumolhari is a clean, comfortable boutique hotel with 26 rooms.

Having been recently refurbished it is one of the better hotels in Thimpu.

As well as local Bhutanese dishes, the restaurant also serves Indian, Chinese and continental cuisine.

Foreign exchange is available here and the hotel also has a business center, steam/sauna and an express laundry service.

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