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We stayed here 2 nights end of October and paid $76 a night which was a good price for this type of hotel in Yangon. The location is very good for the city and sightseeing, we walked everywhere from here: Shwedagon Paya and the around...More
We were placed in a room in a building next door to the main hotel that you accessed by going outside, through a separate door, then up a long staircase. The bedroom was located in a built in balcony over the sidewalk. This meant that...More
Best aspects of this hotel are the central location, hot shower and comfortable bed. My room was basic and the shower area is not really separate from the bedroom. Free water, nice breakfast and friendly staff are also positives.
2 years back few options existed for 100 usd. Now plenty of hotels do and as a frequent traveller in Asia, this hotel is like a backpacker lodge...with no windows, leaky loos and alleged cleaning daily. There are now other options in 2013. I am...More
My party of three spent two nights in this excellent city hotel. Booked by Internet after reading favourable comments on Trip Advisor. Arranged airport pickup on our arrival and this service was prompt and efficient as well as welcoming. Arrival at our hotel was a...More
US$30 - US$110 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#16 Spa Hotel in Yangon (Rangoon)
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There was no fixed door, however there was a room divider which could be used as a door across the opening, the toilet was hidden from sight behind shower wall from the rest of the room and there was also a bamboo roll... More
There was no fixed door, however there was a room divider which could be used as a door across the opening, the toilet was hidden from sight behind shower wall from the rest of the room and there was also a bamboo roll down blind on the bathroom window that also allows priviacy from the rest of the room.
We looked at various rooms and found our room with a front street view only, to be the biggest and best.
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