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A slightly overpriced hotel with friendly staff, but somewhat faded from its former glory. It has a pool that they filled up when we were there, but we didn't use it. Bicycle hire was a convenient way of getting around Bago. Rooms are OK, but...More
I stayed there over night on my way to Yangon.It's away from main town and looks totally worn-out.Rooms are like cabin type with old style noicy air-conditioner. Dining hall is unusually large with cheap paintings on the walls. Only saving grace is Kyaik Pun Paya,...More
room are poor lighting and dirty, the old fashion air-conditioning, mosquito net on the ceiling are so dirty and also bed sheet are dirty, bath towels with bad smell, staff are not friendly, no mini bar and nothing in the refrigerator. only one things is...More
Bago is not a town where a lot of tourist stop to stay overnight. This is why there is not much choice of hotel with western standard. Anyway, the people running the place were nice and helpful. The hotel in itself is made of little...More
The positive thing to mention is that they have mosquito nets and that the staff is really friendly. The negative points: We had hairs and dirt on the one bed, little spiders on the other one (which was not surprising when we looked behind the...More
US$198 - US$200 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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