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Bengal Bay Resort - Ngwe Saung, Ngwesaung - Update in 2018
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RE: Family-trip - Review of the Bay of Bengal Resort, Ngwe Saung, Myanmar
It was an extraordinary experiance to stay in 3 hotels/resorts in Ngwe Saung for 10 days.....Yamonnar Oo, Bay of Bengal Resort and Myanmar Treasure Resort. The resort is a long stroll outside the city at the north end of the shore. The first impression is as good as at any hotel in Burma with kind, supportive and smiling employees at the front desk.
And I felt the ground could do with a serious reworking for what claims to be a five-star resort. It was also poorly cared for and more like a one-star hotel. It was overcast and had seaweed in the spillway, the deckchairs had filthy upholstery, the seats were used up, some weight of cement with peel colour, the gymnasium was hazardous with rusty tools!
However, no hotel, and above all one that says they are a five-star hotel, should ever come on the scene of very bad maintenance and sanitation. Outside seats on the shore are a beautiful place to eat. Terribly pricey, empty, spas that demand stupid prizes. And I was amazed that there were no deck chairs or umbrellas.
This is a good place. The Myanmar Treasure (by far) was followed by a common gulf of Bengal and Yamonnar Oo. You' re now increasing your installments to a ridiculous standard every year and yet you're still not improving your standard. Installments have increased by 5-800% in 5 years without any improvements in standard or qualitiy!
You must also make sure that the rooms and especially the bathroom are clean according to west European standard. Keep in mind, a Myanmar person makes about $80 a months and we've been paying far more than that for just one nig!