Rinchenling Resort is a family-run property, providing three-star services by local standards. The resort has two suites, six deluxe and twenty standard rooms and two apartments. The rooms are a blend of Bhutanese architecture with modern settings, and also all the rooms are symbols of comfort and beauty. Wood-paneled walls, traditional and advanced heating systems, and closets constructed with imported materials promise you to comfort beyond your imagination. Food (vegetables and fruits) are organically grown, except for meats. There is a fireplace (more like a fire-can with chimney access) and gas heater as options to keep guests warm.
The resort has three main blocks of rooms. The dining room with the dining room and bar are in separate buildings. The buildings are constructed mainly with pinewood with a typical Bhutanese style facade, and the dining room has an old copper-pot fireplace with wood fuel. The resort also features a hot stone bath and conference room. They maintain their kitchen garden for buckwheat, red rice and vegetables, and even an orchard. So, you can expect a homely food freshly prepared from the organic produce of their garden!
The resort also has a meditation room and conference room.
The rooms are large with a sitting space with lounge chairs, center tables, and a flat-screen TV with western and Indian channels. The rooms have a large full size or queen size bed or two twin beds, a large window overlooking the garden. The room amenities include tea and coffee maker, bottles of drinking water, a room heater for the winter, no fan or AC though. The bathroom is a separate area with large frosted glass doors, surprisingly modern in terms of the ceramics & plumbing. There was a bathtub as well as a Shower Stall and 24-hr running hot & cold water. They even provide basic toiletries.
Free WiFi is available in common areas but rooms.