Zayar Htet San Hotel

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If you are a tourist or business traveller, Hotel Zayar Htet San is a good choice for accommodation when visiting Dawei. The Zayar Htet San Hotel, Dawei, Dawei. Definitely the top business hotel in Dawei with the best facilities and professional management. We decided to visit the restaurant because we spent one night here at the Hotel Zayar Htet San.

Zayar Htet San Hotel, Dawei - Basic Hotel

Small and convenient, Hotel Zayar may not be the winner of prestigious prizes, but it is intelligent, contemporary and the best hotel in the Upper Myeik area. It has only recently been opened to the public. Hotel restaurants serve local produce - the area is particularly well suited for shellfish and is known for its exquisite tropic fruits.

There is no swimming pools, but the hotel is only a brief car ride away from Nabule Beach, a breathtaking piece of gold sands on a completely uncultivated road along the Myeik coastline. Together with the year-round tropic temperature, the Myeik coastline more than makes up for any shortage of refinement in hotel facilities! Small and convenient, Hotel Zayar may not be the winner of prestigious prizes, but it is intelligent, contemporary and the best hotel in the Upper Myeik area. It has only recently been opened to the public.

Hotel restaurants serve local produce - the area is particularly well suited for shellfish and is known for its exquisite tropic fruits. There is no swimming pools, but the hotel is only a brief car ride away from Nabule Beach, a breathtaking piece of gold sands on a completely uncultivated road along the coast of Myeik.

Together with the year-round tropic temperature, the Myeik coastline more than makes up for any shortage of refinement in hotel facilities! "Simple, but the best there is in an unexplored and just lovely area."

Report by Zayar Htet San Hotel, 566 Ye Yeik Thar St, Dawei

Although they are also the most costly, Burma's well-equipped rooms are a very good business. It is not the name that speaks of a non-Burmese language; we are not persuaded of the excentric architectural style either, and it is a disgrace that they have not added a swimming pool - otherwise everything else in this relatively new hotel is good.

There is a lot of space in the well-kept backyard for a swimmingpool, but when we went to visit them, they were occupied to build a giant two-storey hotel next to the hotel's central build. Those complaining about South East Asiatic mats had their beds softened and covered with cuddly comforter. In these areas, as is customary, employees may lack expertise and not always professionalism, but as always, they are very kind and supportive.

You have 37 rooms to fill and in calm times and low seasons will definitely reduce their prices below. That is a good all-round offer and as with similar flash packer commercials in Myeik, for example, it is definitely a good idea to paddle here and not in other more pricey tourist locations further in the North.

Regular doubleroom, low season: US$50, high rate US$50. A deluxe two-bed room, low season: US$85, high rate US$85.

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