Looking for a place to stay in Ngwe Saung? Then look no further than Aureum Palace Resort & Spa - Ngwe Saung, a family-friendly boutique hotel that brings the best of Ngwe Saung to your doorstep.
Aureum Palace Resort & Spa - Ngwe Saung offers guests an array of room amenities including a refrigerator, a minibar, and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free internet access is available.
The boutique hotel offers room service, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While in Ngwe Saung be sure to experience local lobster favorites at The Royal Flower Restaurant.
If you’re looking for something to do, Ngwe Saung Beach (1.2 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Aureum Palace Resort & Spa - Ngwe Saung.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Aureum Palace Resort & Spa - Ngwe Saung as you experience everything Ngwe Saung has to offer.
Excellent Hotel in Ngwe Saung , room is very comfort and amenities was nice .Staff is very helpful kindly ,honest and caring about every single things.Breakfast ,lunch and dinner was taste is fantastic .Especially in this Hotel KO CHIT KO Residence Manager he is very politely and helpful person .Thanks a lot Aureum Palace family take caring for everything .We will be back very soon for visit again...☺️☺️☺️
We stayed as a group of 4 couples, we had a mixed bunch of kids, old parents, young adults. We stayed in the ocean view villas. Warren, the Ops Mgr was kind to give us a warm welcome. Check in was smooth and the welcome drink was refreshing. The rooms were clean, it had a towel drying rack outside which is very practical for a beach resort. The sunbeds on the beach had good shade for us to enjoy the beach during afternoon scorching sun time. There was a living room between two rooms in a villa, which we used for evening get together of the family. Executive chef Thant Zin was kind to prepare vegetarian food for dinner and breakfast. Pool in-charge was very kind, always smiling and happy to give us a towel as soon as we got out of the pool. We had a great time and definitely will return to Aureum Ngwe Saung.…
First of all, Aureum Palace Hotel is not for me. It's too dark for my taste. But then again, there aren't that many "good" hotels in Ngwe Saung. The shower and the toilet are separated, so in a way, it's good, but it also makes the space narrower. You will encounter with mosquitoes every time you're in the toilet, so that's a little let-down. The housekeeping sprays your room every single evening, but it is still not too much helpful. The toilet seat cover is stained, too, making the hotel a really dated one. The lights are so dim at nighttime around the hotel vicinity that it has a Bagan feeling to it. Some tourists may find it appealing, but for someone who's afraid of frogs and house lizards, this hotel (good ambiance for house lizards and frogs) do not match my taste. What I'm really thankful for is that the hotel provides 24 hr generator electricity with good wifi, so, still lets you connect with the world. :D Breakfast is excellent in my opinion, and I love the wide pool, too. The swimming pool has no security guards and I saw a couple of Chinese tourists washing their feet and SHOES in the hotel swimming pool! (The notice board needs to be explained in the Chinese language as well, I suppose). Last but not least, I am still grateful for the local and international tourists for visiting Ngwe Saung and lodging at Aureum Palace Hotel. :) …
Chinese tourists washing their feet and foot wears in the swimming pool. No guards or staff to prevent or warn them. During our 3 day stay, there 2 times. Disgusting. They also do not shower before entering the pool. Although there is a signboard the Chinese tourist do not read English. Tour guides should be warned strongly by management.
We visited this hotel to check it out for next visit with family and kids. As we were standing near the swimming pool, the staff Myo Ko Ko showed up and told us there would be charges to use swimming pool. Then a few minutes later, 6 staff including Myo Ko Ko told us to not sit near the pool area as we were about to order food. They were too rude and not welcoming to guests so we left immediately. If it’s how the staff treat guests who were about to order food and check the hotel out, then I imagine how you are losing such great business opportunities by having such shortsighted and imbecile staff who try to chase the guests away as much as they could. Today, great services and experience would be key but your staff are all doing backward.