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Myanmar Hotel Man
Myanmar Hotel, Nay Pyi Taw, No.H (19), Yarza Thingaha Road, Hotel Zone 1, Dekkhina Thiri Township, Nay Pyi Taw. Situated in Nay Pyi Taw, the Man Myanmar Hotel is a good starting point to discover this pulsating town. The hotel's favourable position provides simple entrance to the city's sights.
The Man Myanmar Hotel provides immaculate facilities and all the necessary conveniences to enliven people. The main characteristics of the hotel are: transfers from the airports, concierges, 24-hour room services, coffeeshop, newspapers. There are many great things to do in the hotel, such as a beautiful gardens. Regardless of the reason for your trip, the Man Myanmar Hotel is an ideal option for your Nay Pyi Taw holiday.
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An all-new, modern 4-star hotel for demanding corporate and recreational travellers who want to make more out of their time.
An all-new, modern 4-star hotel for demanding corporate and recreational travellers who want to make more out of their time. At the most famous street in Yangon the Pyay Rd, Dagon Township near the center of town and important architectural landmark of Yangon, Myanmar. 30 minutes by car from Yangon International Airport.
A 10 minute ride to the center of the town and to Shwedagon Pagoda.
Yangon, Myanmar, The Loft Hotel Review
The look of this 32-room fashion store hotel is summed up in Warehouse Chique. There is nothing too much hassle for the cheerful, welcoming receptionists, who clearly see to it that international guests get the best out of the town. Amazingly large rooms for a town hotel on the roadside. One of the hotel's chefs is in charge of the hotel's cafeteria and makes it a favourite place to dine for expatriates.
There is a basic meal card with local and international cuisine. Of course there is a good choice of wines from France. We have real Croissant, good cereals, and bread crumbs (French toast) with chilled fruits for breakfasts, but Benedict the main role is played by beans. Disabled people?