La struttura dispone di camere nel corpo centrale e di qualche bungalow. Tranquillo, silenzioso e comodo se si ha un volo al mattino presto. Il personale è estremamente cortese e disponibile. La colazione nella media, niente di speciale. Attenzione i taxi fanno fatica a trovarlo (per due sere abbiamo avuto problemi) perchè in Yangon pare esistano sia Wisara road che Wisara street in due punti diversi della città. Prendete il biglietto dell'hotel per farvi riportare a destinazione
Stayed here twice in November 2014. As Yangon hotels goes it's pretty good for the price. You can spend a lot more and get the same thing. Myanmar has only been "open" for a few years and so they still do some annoying things the "closed" way, however, it is getting better. But if you are expecting something like you would get in BKK or HKG or SIN then you'll be disappointed. However, all in all, this is the best for the price I've stayed at in YNG in my history there going back 9 years.
1. Clean. Rooms and hallways are clean and well lit.
2. Staff is friendly, however, is hampered by the rules laid down by someone who is not on the premises. The staff has no authority to do anything on their own.
3. GREAT hot water showers. Each room has its own HW heater. Good volume, clean water, well heated.
4. GREAT bathrooms. New, clean. It is a "wet" bathroom but it is so much better than anything you are likely to get anywhere else outside of YNG. Getting back to this shower after a week elsewhere was the highlight of my trip.
5. Good Price. I paid $65 USD Cash for double occupancy. You must have cash and it must be cash that is in good shape. No marks. No tears. No dirt. They will simply refuse to accept anything that is not 95% perfect, so carry clean bills.
6. Fridge in the room. Good size TV. Air conditioning. Decent bed. Good sheets. Clean sheets. Great pillows. Good lighting in the room. Recessed LED ceiling lights. Well lit.
Before I get to the Not So Good points. I did not eat at the hotel. I did not order any food there. I did not go to the restaurant.
Not So Good:
1. The AC in the rooms is VERY diverse depending on what room you get. We rejected 2 or 3 rooms before settling on one where the AC worked well. They will tell you, "wait 20 minutes and it will get cool". So wait and se what happens.
2. The southwest facing rooms (front) are into the sun most of the day. The inside of the windows are so hot you can't touch them. The second floor is worse. The heat coming into the room from the balcony door, or window or even through the wall is amazing. It will make these rooms 20 degrees hotter then the other side of the hotel. If you have to have a SW facing room take the ground floor as the trees outside provide a bit of shade. However, the lobby noise may get to you.
3. Noisy. There are signs up all over the hallways asking people to be quiet. The walls are not insulated and are all cement or tile and it echoes around the place. Wear earplugs to bed.
4. Cash. You must have USD cash and it must be clean. If you say, "This is all I have." They still will not take a marked or barely worn or torn bill. The people at the desk are simply following orders and have no discretion in the matter. The boss will take it out of their pay if they take your bill.
5. Out of the way. The hotel is not near much of anything. Which is fine for me but may be bad if you are looking for shopping or restaurants.
6. English. Their English is fine if everything goes well, but if you have a problem or require something more than standard English they will struggle. However, they are very pleasant and look like they understand.
7. Internet is sketchy and slow and erratic.
All in all it is the best for the price that I have found in Yangon so far. If you get a room where the AC works on the Northeast side, and you have been to the grocery store for your food, you can have a nice stay and get clean.