Accommodation in Burma
Accommodation in Burma
Sofitel Inle Lake Myat Min
Sofitel Myat Min’s elegant chain of suites, facing out along the eastern shore of Inle Lake, provides guests with exceptional views to wake up to.
Located just outside the village of New Bagan, this fabulous new resort combines excellent accommodation and facilities with easy access to Bagan’s magnificent temples and monuments.
Belmond Governors Residence
Dating from the 1920’s the romantic, colonial-style mansion, conjures up a bygone era with teak furniture and cooling fans.
Sukhothai Heritage Resort – Sukhothai
Surrounded by rice fields and architecturally reflecting the ancient capital, the 68 guest rooms are delightful with crisp white linen sheets, Thai silks and modern amenities.
Sule Shangri-La Hotel – Yangon
Sitting in the heart of Yangon’s economic and shopping district, the Shangri –La hotel groups 22 story hotel is located close to Yangon’s key attractions.
Inle Princess Resort
Inle Princess Resort nestles on the shore of Inle Lake. 46 traditional chalets are built upon stilts in the shallow waters from native woods and bamboo, each decorated with Burmese silk textiles.
Tharabar Gate Hotel – Bagan
Any hotel with a 12th century palace wall within its boundaries is likely to be impressive, and the Tharabar Gate Hotel is a case in point.
Mandalay Hill Resort
At the foot of Mandalay Hill, facing the majestic Royal Palace, the graceful hotel impeccably blends the rich culture of Mandalay with luxurious modern amenities.
The Strand – Yangon – Burma
The stately Victorian building is one of iconic Yangon’s landmarks. Teak floors, chandeliers and a private art collection grace the luxury hotel.
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