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The Times Hotel, Yangon, Myanmar
8km from the Shwedagon Pagoda, the Times Hotel in Yangon has a gym and gardens. Attractive location in the Mayangone Township area, this hotel has a local restaurant. The Sule Pagoda is 11 km from the plot. All rooms in the hotel are equipped with a writing table, a TV and a en-suite bath.
Every day there is a continental breakfastsuffet. The Yangon Institute of Economics is 4.3 km from the Times Hotel, while the University of Medicine 1, Yangon is 5 km away. The Yangon International Airport is 6 km away.
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"I' m the kind of hotel in Yangon This is not the same standard as this five-star hotel. It' the best win in the same level...." Download hotel prices..... Well located in downtown Yangon, the Good Times Hotel is the perfect starting point for your trips in Yangon.
Only 6 km from the centre, visitors are well placed to experience the city's sights and doings. The hotel's favourable position provides simple entrance to the city's sights. The Good Time Hotel provides its clients with a first-class service and a wide variety of facilities and strives to make your visit as pleasant as possible.
The hotel offers local services such as baggage deposit, linen and free Wi-Fi in all rooms, café and restaurants. There are 35 rooms to suit all tastes, all of which radiate an ambience of absolute tranquillity and serenity. The hotel also offers a wide range of leisure activities so that you have a lot to do during your sojourn.
If you are looking for cosy and cosy accommodation in Yangon, make the Good Time Hotel your home.
Fires at the famous Yangon Hotel claimed at least two, include the man from Japan.
The YANGON - A fire devoured a luxurious hotel in Yangon, Myanmar's biggest town, early Thursday and killed at least two souls. Fire began on the fifth storey of the hotel by the lake around 3:30 a.m. and devoured most of the house before it was extinguished a few hour later.
According to policemen, the cause of the fire that burned most of the hotel is still being investigated. According to a report in the regional press quoted by firemen and hotel personnel, the fire could have been due to an accident. A part of the hotel, which was constructed during the Great Britain's reign in Myanmar, housed the only European "Boat Club" in the 1930s.