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All reviews e bike convenience store local market no elevator air con no safe in the room the rooms were nice stayed for two nights staff was very friendly and helpful breakfast included mt popa hot air balloon overnight bus rented bikes rooftop terrace tea coffee checking out
We stayed in the hotel two nights and it has provided us with all we needed to relax before and after exploring Bagan. Clean rooms & towels, comfortable beds and very helpful staff at the reception. There are plenty of options to choose from at...More
The manager was very responsive to several emailed questions I asked when booking. Thethey also booked me a local driver, and another for a private taxi to Mandalay with two stops on the way for sightseeing. Price was considerably less that other quotes. AND...they took...More
I have a very hard time giving a rating of 5 (this is only one of two), but this place deserves it. It is a budget hotel, with clean rooms, and some of the friendliest staff I have encountered. Their suggestions and assistance in getting...More
The staff were always kind and available. The hotel was clean and the room was nice. Also the free breakfast on the rooftop terrace with all the lovely plants was a wonderful bonus. We stayed for two nights in Bagan and rented the e-bikes which...More
We stayed for 2 night and half day.
But they reduced the price for half.
The owner is so charming.
Staffs are polite and helpful.
You can also book Ebike for going outside.
Rooms are clean.
So...I rated 5stars
Response from Joshua Forbes B | Reviewed this property |
In my opinion I would personally fly from Chiang Mai to Mandalay and from there get someone to assist you in taking you to the sites around Mandalay, and then perhaps take a bus down to Nyaung U and from there you will be... More
In my opinion I would personally fly from Chiang Mai to Mandalay and from there get someone to assist you in taking you to the sites around Mandalay, and then perhaps take a bus down to Nyaung U and from there you will be able to check out Old Bagan and surrounding viewpoints. I've literally just done the same thing and it is a huge journey from Chiang Mai to Mandalay if you're not flying. Hope this helps and enjoy!
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"Ask for a room not facing the street. Other rooms are very quiet."