Across the regions of the world that we feature there is no standardised classification and grading of hotels. To help you find your ideal accommodation we have listed our hotels and resorts as follows:
Set within Bagan Archaeological Preservation Zone, amongst the ancient temples of The Kingdom of Bagan, the expansive Aureum Palace Hotel boasts 27 acres of tropical landscaped gardens, for the ultimate in relaxation.
Ideally situated for exploring the temples and pagodas of Bagan, Bagan Lodge is an alluring fusion of Burmese and contemporary décor.
Surrounded by swaying palms and landscaped gardens, the hotel complex is a graceful blend of traditional and contemporary elegance.
This well managed boutique hotel promises to deliver an enchanting experience from the moment of arrival, offering guests indulgent therapies and treatments after a day of sightseeing in Old Bagan.
Thiripyistaya Sanctuary Resort’s lawns, large swimming pool and bungalow style rooms set amongst gardens and trees make it a perfect place to unwind after sightseeing.
Aureum Palace Resort and Spa offers unsurpassed luxury accommodation in Villas that are built over the water or in the landscaped garden on the lakeshore – all offering views of one of Myanmar's most stunning natural wonders, Inle Lake.
This charming deluxe boutique hotel of 38 rooms is set amidst 24 acres of tropical and mature gardens overlooking the serene Inle Lake.
The most established and best known hotel on Inle Lake, this resort is a wonderfully evocative, tranquil and romantic hotel. Its architectural inspiration is drawn from the traditions and culture of the Shan and Intha people.
On arrival staff welcome guests at the canopied lobby that rests on an island connected by teak-wood bridges over cascading streams and landscaped gardens.
A boutique eco-resort is situated on the peaceful banks of scenic Lake Inle, Villa Inle Resort & Spa is the ideal choice for those seeking a unique experience.
This new hotel on the outskirts of Mandalay, with excellent views of Shan Mountain, has everything the modern traveller requires.
A traditional colonial building, newly refurbished, this is the only boutique hotel in Mandalay. With its lush tropical greenery and soothing water features, this property is a calm sanctuary amidst the hustle and bustle of Mandalay’s cultural city.
Set at the foot of Mandalay Hill and facing the Royal Palace, Mandalay Hill Resort lies within easy reach of some of the most remarkable archaeological sites in the world.
One of Myanmar’s most exclusive beach resort hotels stretches along the beautiful shoreline of Ngapali, which is a very pleasant beach resort - natural and unspoiled it is a place for peace and tranquility.
Embracing craft and tradition, with local white marble, teak in abundance and sandstone from Yeizagyo, this resort is stylish mix of the traditional and the contemporary.
Utterly magical and unique, Sandoway is the undisputed leader of the Ngapali beach hotels for tasteful charm and character. It is an ideal place fro those wishing to do nothing but swim, walk and relax.
Situated on a privileged position on the shores of the tranquil Kandawgyi Lake, Kandawgyi Palace Hotel is both full of character and history.
Ideally located, overlooking the Shwedagon Pagoda and the nearby People's Park and convenient for both the city centre and International Airport, the Savoy Hotel is a four star colonial boutique hotel.
A romantic, colonial-style mansion dating from the 1920s, Belmond Governor’s Residence is reminiscent of when it was home to the ruler of Myanmar’s southern states.
This three-stored,Victorian-style hotel opened in 1901 and has since become a national landmark in Yangon.
'Quite unlike any land you know about' was Rudyard Kipling’s interpretation of this magical land. Similar in size to France and known either as Myanmar or Burma, it has a very diverse population, there being in excess of one hundred and thirty ethnic groups. After years of self-imposed isolation, it now shares its riches and hidden secrets with a few extremely privileged foreign visitors. This number is steadily increasing as word of the magical appeal of one of Asia’s finest treasures continues to spread.
One can indulge in a host of truly memorable experiences, such as:
The possibilities are seemingly endless.
Useful Information on Myanmar
|Location:||Bordering Thailand, India, Laos, Bangladesh and China||Vaccinations:||Recommended, contact your doctor|
|Size:||676,578 square kilometres||Flying Time:||Approximately 15 hours to Yangon from UK/Ireland|
|Population:||Approximately 48 million||Electricity:||220- 240 volts|
|Local Time:||GMT + 6.5 hours||Nearest Myanmar Tourist Office (UK):
||+ 44 (0)207 499 4340|
|Visa:||Required to be arranged in advance of travel for UK & Ireland passport holders||Website:||www.myanmar-tourism.com