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Reviewed January 18, 2013

Since the hotel has all motors turned off about 50 meters from the entrance I don´t know what one of the reviewers was complaining about. It´s a big lake with lots of small boats...use ear plugs.

The cabins are wonderful. Double beds, a lovely seating area (small living room) mlooking out onto the comfy porch, an alcove with desk, big bath with tub and outdoor shower.

Food wasn´t New York City but there were plenty of choices and they did have Burmese dishes.

My private tours generally started about 8:30 and ended about three so there was time for a delightful spa treatment before dinner. The music started at 7 or 7 ;30 and ended by eleven.

I slept like a lamb

BEWARD the local gin is dreadful and if I wanted a martini there agin it would be Gordon´s straigh up!!!! The Vermouth is suspicious as well :-)

Room tip: I was one row back and had a lake view. If you want ful on lake view you will pay for it and might possible hear more motors.
Date of stay: November 2012
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2  Thank teall
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Reviewed January 13, 2013

For any social and environmental conscience people, this place shall be avoided. This resort has an imposing structure on the lake, perhaps the largest hotel in the area and is owned by the cronies of the repressive military government. The breakfast is totally catered to the western tourists' taste. We ended up in this resort by accident. For our next trip, we will definitely choose a place with less environmental impact.

Date of stay: January 2013
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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4  Thank LiY936
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Reviewed January 13, 2013

I do not have much to add. Reviews are extremely individual. My wife and I found this resort excellent. In all respects: clean, service, food - you name it. And we have worked in Aia since 1987. EXCELLENT.

Room tip: There might other resorts but this one is great. Your have to chose either mountain side (morning sun) or lake side ( afternoon sun)
Date of stay: December 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank Torsten M
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Reviewed January 13, 2013

This was part of our rest and relax part after a week long of charity work in various part of Myanmar. It was a perfect conclusion for the mission. We had about 100pax, but could only get enough rooms for about 90.
This is one of the best hotels that we had stayed in many years of traveling.
It is so beautiful in the midst of the nature.
Weather was excellent, cool and air is so fresh.
The rooms are so big and very tastefully decorated to fit the environment.
Our chalets on the lake was like floating in the clouds of mist in the early morning, the sights were heavenly.
The sunset was heavenly, with so many hues of colors that filled the horizon.
The most excellent part of this resort is their people, the service staff. They were so friendly and obliging. On the day of our departure, we need to have breakfast at 4am, and had just arranged for simple breakfast night before. Guessed what, we were greeted with full buffet course and all the restaurant staff were there to serve us in the very cold morning. We were so touched and full of admiration for such dedicated and wonderful staff.
We salute Myanmar Treasure Inle Lake for having such committed friendly staff that had complimented the beautiful resort.
We will be back ...

Date of stay: December 2012
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1  Thank dhammafarer
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Reviewed January 12, 2013

The hotel is truly wonderful. We had 3 nights in a deluxe lake view and weren't disappointed . The room was great with a wonderful view through a huge glass picture window and a decking area in front. The bathroom was huge with an outside shower which is an experience not to be missed.
The food was good, although I would recommed the A la Carte menu rather than the buffet from personal choice.

They also hire bikes out which you need to pre-book. It's worth visiting the Red Mountain Winery which is a short distance from the hotel - the view is amazing from the restaurant area and the wine worth sampling. It's a shame they don't export to the UK.

Watching the sunset is unforgettable from the deck or main reception area. I am so glad we finished off our holiday in Burma at this wonderful hotel.

Date of stay: December 2012
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Dbayliss
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