Hpa an Lodge HotelThe Hpa and Lodge Hotel
Each cottage is built with this original Karen design that offers contemporary comfort. Not only are you staying here, you're enjoying your time. Each of our cabins is blended with the surrounding countryside to enhance the richness of indigenous vegetation and flowering that thrives in the hotel, creating an inviting haven that allows you to get back in touch with it.
Unwind and indulge in your breakfast cup of tea at our large outdoor heated outdoor terrace or have a cocktail on your terrace overlooking the stunning cliffs of Zwe Ka Bin.
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This accommodation will be open from 5 June 2018 until further renovations. This hotel endeavers to minimize any adverse effects of any kind during the renovation work. Les Guests arrivant plus tard ne peuvent s'enregistrer que le lendemain matin. If you need a bed and/or an extra bed, please contact the accommodation in advance.
You will find the contact details on your booking confirmation. There is no elevator in this accommodation. Please note that cultural standards and guest guidelines may vary depending on the country and accommodation. The listed guidelines were provided by the accommodation. The following fees will be charged on arrival or departure :
Extra beds can be provided at an extra charge of 55.0 US$ par nuit. Infants/child care est disponible moyennant un supplément.
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Hpa-An, the Karen state capitol, is a vibrant small city on the Thanlwin River that lives mainly from trading with neighboring Thailand. The Hpa-an Lodge is on the edge of the city in the shade of the renowned Zwekabin Mountain. The first Karen State owned and run Hpa-an Lodge is run by a West European married couple and assists the locals by hiring 60 villagers from the surrounding communities who have been educated to the highest standard of accommodation.
Hpa-an, one of the best roads in Myanmar, leads past the Golden Rock to Mawlamyine. Located in Southeast Asia, the Myanmar region has a tropic atmosphere. Warm and arid (March - May), rain (June - October), cool and arid (November - February). Whilst Myanmar can be readily explored at any given moment of the year, it is best to leave after the wet seasons from November to January when it is a little chilly and not so muggy.