Garden Hotel YangonYangon Garden Hotel
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Hotel Rose Garden - Yangon - Home
After a 30-hour trip from the US western coastline to Myanmar, the Rose Garden has surpassed our expectation. It took 30 minutes and about 8,00 US$ by cab from the Aiport to thetel. Very happy bellboys in tradional longyis (sarongs) quickly wiped our baggage to the front desk, where we were welcomed with fresh moist hand cloths and papayas withumshades.
We were briefed into your wonderful superior twin room with outside terrace over the front of the property (US$125/night) after a short check-in. Situated in the upper part of town, which we found much calmer after a full working days in the city. Lake Kandawgyi near by was ideal for our everyday breakfast strolls with other training Yangonese.
It is only a 5 minute stroll from the property and features a wonderful trekking decking surrounding the area. Eating and drinking in the guesthouse is extraordinary and tasty, but quite costly. The Yangon is full of great places to eat and drink and the janitor was very useful with the referrals.
Just try the Morning Star restaurant one brick down the southern side of the building. All in all, we enjoyed our time in Yangon and the Rose Garden made it even more pleasant.