September through November is the best time to hike in this beautiful, monastery-filled country known for using a “gross happiness index” instead of “gross domestic product” to measure wealth. And this season, Aman Resorts’ group of Bhutanese hotels will finally have some competition when three new, highly anticipated Six Senses lodges open in November in Thimphu, Paro, and Punakha. (Two more, in Gangtey and Bumthang, will follow in February.) Like its cult-favorite predecessor, this set of properties—each of which offers both suites and villas—will create a circuit that connects people to various regions throughout the country. The design of each Six Senses property takes inspiration from its surroundings: For example, in the low-lying agricultural valley of Punakha, the main structure—named the Flying Farmhouse—takes cues from the surrounding vegetable terraces. And the garden-themed design of the Bumthang property evokes the evergreen pine forest in which it is located. We’d suggest hitting at least two of the three while you’re there.