Famous Hotel in YangonWell-known hotel in Yangon
There were six of the best: The Yangon Colorado Hotel
Constructed in the 1920', this beautiful piece offers the greatest curved stairs, the glossiest parquet flooring, the biggest king-size bed, alarming decadence of yarn - and certainly the highest ratios of wicker furniture and pot palm per sq. inches of any hotel in Yangon. The Orient Express-operated Governor's Residence has 48 suite, Lotu lakes, a fan-shaped outdoor swing-pond, bankan bogs, alien embassies and buzzing overheads.
Room at the Governor's Residence from US$ 261 per person per city. The atmosphere is comfortable with 24 luxury rooms (45 sq. meters from $US236 per night) and six suite (85 sq. meters from $US330). Constructed by the Sarkies Brothers (known from the Raffles Hotel in Singapore), it is the full cataclysmic colony with low tubs, twins vanity, clean cutting and 24-hour butterflyers.
There are 32 luxurious and historic rooms, beginning with higher-quality rooms from around $382 per room per day. Will it be more elegant than the Yangon Rowing Club, boys? Kandawgyi Palace Hotel was opened in 1934. Situated on the banks of artificial Kandawgyi Lake (formerly Royal Lake), rooms here begin at $US245.
The view of the swimming Royal Palace and the Shwedagon Pagoda is an absolute highlight. There is a promenade across the lakeshore and the entrance (for a small fee) is only a few min. away through the area. This hotel can be loud in relation to hall calls; closing door.
Inquire for a room with sea views at the end of a hallway. The Traders Hotel, one of the most sought-after accommodations in Yangon - close to the Scott Markets Central Train and Shopping Centre (also known as Bogyoke Aung San Market) - is still the place to spend the night in Yangon for work.
Just like the Chatrium Hotel, we speak of "colonial flair" in the busy hotel trader hotel foyer. A part of the Shangri La range, with more than 300 rooms from $US291 per room per night, Traders is neat, tidy, and everyone in the city knows this groundbreaking hotel. If you don't want to remain, go to the cafe and order your tee and see your (possibly fake) Myanmar ruby that was just bought for a track at Scott Market.
Conceived as an "urban resort", the Chatrium Hotel in collonial-styled design is a favourite meeting place for businesspassen. Up until her discharge from home in November 2010, Aung San Suu Kyi's old manor on University Avenue was only recognisable to the rest of the planet from the other side of Lake Inya.
A lot of folks would pick their lakefront home from a hotel like Chatrium.