We were only passing through for one night but this hotel was a great choice.There were nice, clean rooms and the setting was lovely. The staff wete really friendly and helpful.Fantastic breakfast（so much food). I would highly recommend.
We stayed here for 3 days the hotel was clean and quirky ( loved it). The owners and staff very welcoming the breakfast was the best we'd had in Myanmar. The owners took us for walk around their garden. I learnt a lot. We will definitely be going back.
Three nights and two very full days at Myanmar Beauty 2. We are sure that this will be one of the places we remember the best from our visit to this lovely country. Despite our advanced age we were lucky enough to be given the honeymoon suite, with its handsome, broad, shared balcony overlooking the fields and facing the sunrise, although the standard traditional room looked very nice too. Floors, ceilings and walls crafted in wood - all immaculately clean and highly polished. Huge breakfast with pancakes, various fresh local fruit and a wide choice of pastries etc. More of everything available, but I doubt that many guests finish it all! Equally delicious choice of dishes for the evening, with beer and wine on the menu too, at a very reasonable price. Universally charming and helpful staff. However the main reason we came here was the prospect of the walks through the local agricultural villages and the bike rides in the surrounding countryside. Both exceeded expectations. We were privileged to join Dr. Chan, his charming daughter and his visiting nieces, for a leisurely stroll through the neighbouring hamlet and out into the fields. It was fascinating to see the way of life in rural Myanmar at close quarters and to be greeted with such warmth by everyone we met. That afternoon the two of us took our borrowed bikes into Taungoo and beyond, to see the pagodas and the market. The following day, with a helpful sketch map, we cycled further afield - south of the river, through the rich vegetable growing fields, past markets and more villages, then north again, crossing the the river on an unmissable rustic ferry and back to Taungoo across the bridge. We stopped for refreshment out by the university, where Dr Chan had suggested that the students love to practice their English with visitors. Everywhere we went we were greeted with delight by the locals. We felt very welcome. It was the perfect counterpart to bustling, but equally engrossing Yangon. We learnt a lot about Myanmar. If you visit, try to spend some time chatting with Dr Chan, his wife and his parents. All of them are qualified medical doctors and have fascinating knowledge and insights to share. A highly recommended stay, off the beaten track.…
Really satisfied to have stay at old traditional style,, 2 Storeyed timber building with spacious balcony overseeing the green paddy fields. The price is reasonable and service is just normal. So sad to see newly built ugly reception building which cover the real beauty. Make sure you ask for rooms at old timber building behind if you want to feel real Myanmar Beauty
I spent two nights at this hotel last September-2019-and it was very enjoyable...My reservation over the telephone was handled by Sabaa and I would like to pay tribute to other staff members who were always on hand to arrange transport to the sights and to Pyay on the day I was leaving...Zar Chi,Nyine Chan and especially Phonge...The room was well furnished and comfortable and gave great sleep quality...Breakfast was amazing in terms of both the variety and the quantity of food presented...I really could not eat all that I was given...The staff went out of their way to make my stay enjoyable and I would be happy to return to this hotel...Definitely worth 10 out of 10...Top marks.