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Advice for hotels in Bhutan

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My husband and I are going to Bhutan in September. These are the hotels we are staying in:

Paro: Rinchenling hotel
Thimphu: Namgyel Heritage
Punakha: Meripuensum Resort
Gangtey: Hotel Dewachen
Bumthang: Swiss guest house

Can anyone give advice on these? For example, I have read things like....stay in a particular room number ....or eat the Indian food, not the Bhutanese....newer rooms have better views....etc.. (This way I can request it from our tour operator)

We would rather have some up front advice so we don't find out later that we could have had a better experience. The luxury hotels look fantastic but $1000 a night isnt in our budget. Also, I have Rheumatoid Arthritis, so any advice people could give in terms of being prepared for the unexpected would be helpful.

This is a trip of a lifetime for me, so I am simply attempting to cross as many t's as possible.

Thank you!

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