Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Taunggyi does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel KBZ FC, a nice option for travelers like you.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a concierge and room service, and you can go online as Hotel KBZ FC offers guests internet access. Guests are also welcome to enjoy a lounge, located on site.
While staying in Taunggyi, you can check out a popular seafood restaurant like The Best B.B.Q House, which is serving up some great dishes.
Hotel KBZ FC puts the best of Taunggyi at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Myanmar standard , expensive for the room you get. Staff friendly , could check-in early morning. Basic , hot shower evening time, bed sheet were not really clean tough. But enough for one night stay , if you don't plan to stay inside all day long.
I was booked into the $35/night room on second floor, then asked for a room on highest floor not knowing the rooms are more expensive. the put me into a decent room but I did not know it entailed a price increase as I was not informed. Anyhow since I was staying for 4 nights I thought I might as well be more comfortable in a big room. I later saw the $35 rooms and can say they are quite dingy and worn out for that price. At $50 night for room 301 I cannot say it was overly expensive for the generally high prices in Myanmar but it was not a good deal for sure. TV was awful - no channels, there is no fan in the room so it gets a bit stuffy (Taunggyi seems to have no heating or cooling) and as the windows were open a few mosquitoes visit along with the noise of the neighborhood as late as midnight. I'd like to think there are better options, but I cannot promise that. do look around, if you can find another place that seems better go for it, otherwise this one was not too bad.…
Just spent one night. The room was large and had two flat panel Tv's but very few channels. Room pretty clean but rest of facility a bit dirty and worn. Got in at 2am from fire balloon festival and up at 5 from road noise. Water pressure mediocre and took forever to get hot water but it was there. Internet wouldnt connect in eve but did in am VERY slow. Breakfast very limited and poor. Staff tried to help but limited English.
Our stay was short, as it was only a passing visit, but this place provides adequate accommodation for the location it's in. The area is quiet with some local eateries near by. The hotel itself is simple, like other hotels in Burma around this price range, but really sells it is the friendliness of the staff. Again, travelling with my parents who are expats, the language wasn't an issue. However, on the occasions I attempted to converse with them, pleasant exchanges and a common understanding were reached. The rooms are basic, with no particular modern trims. The bathrooms are once again, a wet room - as standard practice in Burma, but they are clean and provide the chance to just feel somewhat normal again. Breakfast is extremely simple and basic - but across the road you can purchase some e kya kway (ee-cha-kway) which is like a deep fried bread - which you dip into coffee or tea - it's a simple 'grab and go' meal, and a definitely cheap fill. TV reception and wifi are hit and miss, I found at this place - it might be the location, but there were times when I.T weren't working - no big deal, but just something to mention. One thing that did occur, which my parents had warned me about, in particular, about this area was the power outages. They occurred pretty frequently, but were quickly rectified with generators - so if you don't enjoy loud fuming generators, this place, or even Burma, may not be for you. There are some nice eateries nearby which serve delicious local foods - in the area itself, there isn't a whole lot to do - I found it more of a stop over, on the way to somewhere else, rather than a destination in its own right. However, if you're looking to just chill for a moment, in a not so busy and culturally stark place, then this place is the place to go.…
In the busy intersection of the road, across is a very good coffee shop that sell pae-parathar. Basic beds and bathrooms...and no lifts but staff willingness to help surmounts the drawbacks. Stayed one night only. The breakfast is nothing to write home about but check out the coffee shop.