Strand Hotel Yangon (Yangon)


Strand Hotel Yangon (Yangon)
Strand Hotel Yangon

country: Myanmar, city: Yangon (City Centre)

Strand Hotel Yangon Strand Hotel Yangon

Location
The hotel is located within the commercial and diplomatic districts in Yangon, completely renovated, the 03 storey late-Victorian colonial hotel maintains a strong sense of charm and history.

Rooms
Deluxe and superior suites feature high ceiling, polished wooden floors, open plan bedroom, separate sitting area and spacious bathrooms. All rooms have both air-conditioning and ceiling fan. Deluxe and superior vary only slightly in design and size. Deluxe suites face the Yangon river or are general a little more spacious. A "STRAN SUITE" measure almost 200 square meters and includes a large bedroom with a canopy bed and attached bedroom, small study room, living room, verandah and dinning room with attached butler's pantry.

Restaurant
The Strand Cafe, with its big, teak- framed windows, look out onto Strand road. Globe chandelier lighting, floor of tile inlaid with teak, dinning chairs of sturdy egg-cane rattan and black ceiling fans and corners, a timeless charm. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served, with menu featuring Burmese and Western cuisine. The strand grill is perhaps Rangoon's most elegant dinning room. More upbeat music is found in the "STRAND BAR". There, amid the teak tables and long bar, a three-piece Jazz band performs nightly.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Baby sitting service
Business centre
Cafe
Cocktail bar
Concierge
Conference facilities
Currency exchange
Internet access
Laundry facilities
Lift
Lobby
Lounge
Parking facilities (at cost)
Reception
Restaurant
Room service
Sa
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
Hairdryer
In-room safe
Internet access
Iron and ironing board
Mini bar
Pay-per-view movies
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Telephone
Television

Extra Information:
19 km to the nearest Airport (Yangon)
140 km to the nearest Station (Myanmar Railway Station)

Address:
92 Strand Road
Yangon


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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