One of its kind, Sonam Zhidhey Resort offers abundance of undisturbed calmness with panoramic view of the valley in addition to all modern amenities infused with traditional Bhutanese craftsmanship and hospitality to make your stay with the Haaps (People of Haa) memorable. 

The resort is located at an elevation of 2,670 meters above sea level and offers an amazing panoramic view of the valley and the snow capped mountains each day. Its location of about 1 kilometer outside of the town and at the heart of the valley makes it ideal for you to take short morning and evening walks in the community. You can also walk around the surrounding villages and meet the friendly Haaps and perhaps get invited to their traditional Bhutanese house for a cup of tea. 

Sonam Zhidhey Resort is a certified 3-star resort by the Tourism Council of Bhutan and offers all modern amenities to make your stay comfortable. A total of 16 standard rooms, 1 conference hall for meetings & retreats, restaurant & a bar that caters to all kinds of cuisine and a relaxing hot stone & herbal bath ensures that you have the best experience. 

Our young and dynamic team with years of experience both within and outside Bhutan will make sure that all of your needs are met.

List of Hotel Amenities

Outdoor Pool

Free Wifi

Laundry Service

Room Service

Conference Room


Hot Stone Bath



Cards Accepted

Currency Exchange


About Haa, Bhutan

Haa is one of the twenty districts in northern Bhutan beautifully settled between the rugged mountain range at an elevation ranging from 2,670 to 3,056 m meters above sea level. Unlike many other districts in Bhutan, Haa opened for tourism only in 2002 and is now a much sought after destination as a result of it’s unique local cuisine & lifestyle, spectacular view along the way and the tranquility one experiences staying in the valley. 

There are two options to get to Haa via motor road from Thimphu and from Paro. It is about 100 km from Thimphu to Haa directly through the Chhuzom bypass. You can also start your journey from Paro to Haa via Chelela pass taking one of the highest motor-able roads reaching more than 4,000 meters above sea level at the highest road point covering a total distance of 70 kilometers.