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Very good rooms, food excellent. Amazing to have huge moths flying round the dining room whilst eating. Most photo moth ever! Gentle walk to the Golden Rock which is well worth a visit at sunset. Stunning views.
My family and I stayed in two standard rooms next door to one another for one night while visiting Golden Rock. The hotel is ideally situated just a short walk away from the rock. The stairs to get to the rooms/back to the lobby were...More
Looks like it belongs in the English countryside. Over the top welcoming, thank you etc. Good room not down too many steps. It was nice to have open windows. We were next to the staircase and noise carried from there during the day but was...More
Our room was beautiful, clean and comfortable. The view over the hillsides was amazing. Sthe staff was friendly. Diner was good, but expensive and we had to pay cash. Breakfast was good an dthe service was good.
The drive up was quite a scenic route. The hotel was walking distance from where the truck taxi drops you off. The hotel is perched on a hilltop and it looks quaint and cozy. The WiFi is not great in your room but ok in...More
USD 100 - USD 140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from 1937achak | Reviewed this property |
Kyaikhtiyo where the Golden Rock Pagoda is situated at the top of a hill. During the rainy season the hill road remains closed to tourist vehicles. Better to check with the tourism department of Myanmar.