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Floral Breeze Hotel in Bagan, Myanmar
Floral Breeze with its well-kept surroundings and close vicinity to Eight Faces Paya, Archaeological Museum, Gawdawpalin Breeze gives this property a particular allure. There are 68 wonderfully equipped rooms, each with its own bathroom, free Wi-Fi connection, LCD/plasma TV, satelite and cabel TV. If you are looking for accommodation in comfort and convenience in Bagan, make the Floral Breeze in New Bagan your home.
Floral Breeze is the perfect place for a cleaner and more enjoyable holiday in Bagan for your historic Myanmar itinerary. Great place! Extremely kind personnel, so supportive and so neat. Nice place, nice people. It' not the best, it' s at the end of the new Bagan area. However, no hassle, if you hire an e-bike (K8,000 day) directly at the guesthouse, you can come to Old Bagan with ease.
All cancellations made within 21 days of your departure will be charged in full. We would like to inform you that the renovations will take place between 1 May 2013 and 1 October 2013. During this time the hospitality will be operated as before.
Burma Strategic Holdings seeks investment in budgeted hotel, tourist industry
Myanmar Strategic Holdings (MSH), an associated firm quoted on the London Stock Exchange, plans to invest in budgeted hotel and tourist facilities in Myanmar. "â??We believe there is room to expand in the budgetary class rather than in the more costly classes,â he said to the Myanmar Times in an Interview.
"There are not enough things to do for Yangon and Baganese. In contrast to Chiang Mai in Thailand, which provides inexpensive meals and massage, as well as beaches and sport, there is no need for visitors to return to Myanmar," said Mr Cesenni.
"In Yangon, if you are staying after you have visited the Shwedagon Pagoda in the mornings, there is little to do in the afternoons due to the hot weather and heavy workload. The MSH is based in Singapore and Yangon and is quoted on the London Stock Exchange. The management is led by Mr. Cesenni, a former investmentbanker and today's biggest stockholder of the Group.
In August 2014, MSH made its first investment with the purchase of the design and managerial properties of Ostello Bello Bagan, a Bagan based retail property. In the meantime, the Ostello Bello range has been extended by three more Ostello Bello properties in Bagan, Mandalay and Inle Lake. There are 500 bedded rooms in the group.
MSH broadened into the educational markets in 2016 by purchasing the right of Pearson Educations in the UK to open adult learning centers in Myanmar. In February 2017, she opened her 800 sq. m. five-storey Englishspeaking Center in Yangon. MSH opened a second center in Yangon last November with great interest.
"People in Myanmar see the value of studying Myanmarese. This is where British is a great help. The ability to communicate in Spanish allows the general learner to increase his pay twice or even threefold. Therefore, it is a good to invest in Myanmar, both for the student and the investor," Mr Cesenni said.
MSH's emphasis on hospitableness and training results from its policy of conserving resources. "â??We favour smaller, low-investment, time-to-market and time-scale projects,â? said Cesenni. The acquisition of permissions, for example to administer established properties, allows MSH to commence operations immediately, as no extra permits or investment in facilities and infrastructures are required.
"Our preference is for those jobs that demand a minimum amount of lead and that we can repeat several to one. We are reducing our risks and minimizing our investment by taking over the ownership of our properties and schools," he said. In the future, MSH plans to expand its hotel business by 2-3 new properties per year and work with tour operator to further expand the tourist industry, e.g. through new events and trips.
We plan to open a new center for teaching and learning Englishspeaking every year, and we already plan to open a third and forth center in Yangon and Mandalay in the coming quarter. It has a $34 million capitalization at these tiers. Mr. Cesenni holds approximately 50 MSH registered and 2.2 million MSH registered common stock.