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Hotel Myanmar Treasure Resort Bagan Hotel 4 star
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Khayay road, Anawrahta quarter, Bagan, Myanmar Bagan, Burma -
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Opened in 1998, the Myanmar Treasure Resort is one of the oldest hotels in Bagan. It offers large and well equipped bungalows scattered around a delightful lush garden. This charming resort features a pool, a spa and a restaurant, all within a 15-minute drive from the fabulous temples of Bagan, one of the most impressive sites in all of Asia.

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    • Hotel Myanmar Treasure Resort Bagan

      Myanmar Treasure Resort Bagan   -   Carlos Rodrigues / EASYVOYAGE

    • Hotel Myanmar Treasure Resort Bagan

      Myanmar Treasure Resort Bagan   -   Carlos Rodrigues / EASYVOYAGE

       
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    Location 6.0 /10

    The Myanmar Treasure Resort Bagan is located near Bagan Archaeological Park, the legendary plain with its red brick temples, bordering the Irrawaddy River. However, it is not one of the hotels located at the heart of the site, in of Old Bagan. It is out of the centre, in the village of New Bagan. Nyaung U Airport is 9 miles away with a transfer time of around 25 minutes. Bagan is located about 186 miles southwest of Mandalay and 435 miles north of Yangon.

    Accommodation 8.20 /10

    The guestrooms are spacious 40m bungalows with a sophisticated decor and plenty of charm, with wood featured throughout. Parquet floors, a luggage rack, and a desk: teak is omnipresent and goes well with the white walls. The free Wi Fi Internet connection, 24/7 room service, large flat-screen TV including TV5 Monde, CNN and BBC World, DVD player, sofa and cushions, the lacquer ashtray, mini-bar fridge (two bottles of water are provided), tea and coffee-making facilities, extensive woodwork, king size bed (or two double beds), and the free digital code safe large enough to store a laptop are also pleasant extras. However, the air-conditioning is not very discreet. It is also a shame that there is no balcony or terrace. Adorned with flowers, the bathroom has a bathtub equipped with a flexible shower hose and a shower curtain, a toilet, hairdryer, bathrobes and slippers, toiletries, the essentials for brushing your teeth and shaving, cotton buds, a comb, and tissues in a lacquer box. Both communicantes 80m suites feature a large bathroom, a large bathtub, a separate shower and bathroomscales.

    Overview 8.45 /10

    Built in 1998, the Myanmar Treasure Resort Bagan, is one of the first hotels in the Bagan area. It is part of the Burmese hotel group Aureum Palace Hotels and Resorts, which owns hotels in the country's main tourist sites. The establishment has 94 guestrooms in six one-storey buildings designed in the architectural style of the temples of Bagan with their red bricks. The omnipresent vegetation is a nice touch. Thelawn, lush garden, frangipani trees by the pool, and birds singing all contribute to the charm. The 1m50 deep pool also includes a cold jacuzzi. Open 24/7, it is surrounded by teak deckchairs topped with mattresses, parasols and a shower. Towels are provided free of charge on-site. The atmosphere is very peaceful. The garden bar is open from 6:00pm to 10:00pm.

    Food and drink 7.95 /10

    Statues evoking Bagan await quests outside the restaurant, which is opposite the pool. It is so nice to have breakfast (6:00am to 10:00am) on the terrace in the morning, lunch at noon, and even dinner by the pool, while watching the puppet show and traditional dances. Meals are served continuously from 12:00pm to 10:30pm. The decor is charming (particularly the traditional Burmese harp) and the air-conditioned dining room can accommodate one hundred guests. There is even a big screen TV. There is a choice between the set menu or the la carte formula, with European, Chinese and Burmese cuisine. The vegetables are grown in the hotel vegetable garden.

    Spa 6.95 /10

    A wooden walkway leads to the spa. Open from 8:30am to 10:00pm, it is lacking the usual delicate fragrance and the loud music coming from who knows where is slightly annoying. It has seven treatment rooms including two double rooms for couples, each named after a flower (rose, jasmine, etc.). There is no pool, no sauna, no steam room and no jacuzzi: only massage rooms, where foot massages, Thai, Swedish, aromatherapy and traditional Burmese massages are given. There is also a beauty salon for facials, manicures and pedicures.

    To know

    The Wi Fi Internet connection is free throughout the establishment, including in the guestrooms. On the other hand, the two computers in the lobby are available to use at a charge. Beware, there are mosquitoes! Each evening entertainment is provided at the poolside, such as a puppet show with traditional dances, accompanied by a harp or Myanmar xylophone. This resort is not adapted for people with disabilities. It is open all year, with high season from October to April.

    Equipment

    • Car park
    • Handicap access
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

      massage, beauty salon, spa, Turkish bath, wellness

    • Swimming pool
    • Sports equipment

      mountain bike

    • Whirlpool bath
    • Safe
    • Meeting room

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