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The Pyin Oo Lwin Hotel also provides many opportunities to enhance your time in Pyin Oo Lwin. Accessibility to a wide range of amenities, such as free Wi-Fi in all rooms, Wi-Fi in common areas, parking, room maintenance, transfers to and from the hotel. The Pyin Oo Lwin Hotel has 36 rooms.
They are all beautifully decorated and many even offer comfort such as TV, LCD/Plasma display, free Wi-Fi connection, A/C, desktop, minibar. After an eventful and relaxing days in town, the hotel features a gym, swimming hall and gardens. The Pyin Oo Lwin Hotel is your target for top-class hotel accommodation in Pyin Oo Lwin.
Winning Unity Resort Hotel
The Win Unity Hotel is a delightful hotel with personal and friendly staff. Situated within walk of the National Kandawgyi Garden, it is a good starting point for exploring Pyin Oo Lwin and its surroundings. Featuring a wide range of Asiatic cuisines in a cosy ambience, the hotel's restuary is a great place to unwind after a strenuous days with a drink of fine vin.
We have a committed and enthusiastic staff of hotel owners who are committed to guaranteeing all our clients a pleasant and pleasant holiday. Formerly known as May Myo, Pyin Oo Lwin is a small city in the Mandalay Division at an elevation of 1070m. Well-known as " Pan Myo Daw ", "The City of Flowers".
In 1896, during Great Britain's rule, the Brits built a mountain base due to the cold mountain climates, especially during the summer time. Myanmar's Myanmar Colony Goverment would move to May Myo during the hottest time of the year to get away from the high temperatures and damp.
May Myo means May City in Burmese and comes from the first steward of the city, Colonel May. Pyin Oo Lwin was an important centre of education during Britain's reign, with the government of English high schools such as St. Albert's, St. Joseph's Convent, St. Mary's, St. Michael's and Colgate all located there.
In 1989 May Myo was re-named Pyin Oo Lwin when the administration left the former name of Myanmar to the people. PYINOLWIN is also known for its buildings in rural styles and its unmatched horse-drawn coaches. Pyin Oo Lwin's favourite produce includes knitwear, wine, jam and various types of fruit as well as grinded organically grown coffees from nearby orchards.