Stayed 2 nights late March, a very basic hotel. The hotel was having a number of blackouts (as most of Myanmar does) and thus the hotel was reliant on their own generator. This meant that the air conditioning in the lobby and dining room and the wifi did not work. However, the hotel was comfortable and clean. Some disabled or elderly guests may have difficulties getting in and out of the high bath tub. I was woken up the first morning by the nearby mosque. Breakfast was good and the hotel is close to a number of cheap eats. Overall, good enough hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Mandalay City Hotel is an urban resort hotel that addresses the needs of value-orientated business and leisure travelers. We have undertaken to renovate the interior of all rooms and works have started from May to August. This renovation works include installation of new air conditioners, closet and luggage rack, double layer curtains, furniture. All bedding amenities have been replaced with new ones. The toilet designs are new with new tile walls and floors fitted with up to date showers, basins and commodes. For security and safety of guest's rooms, we have installed a new "Card Lock System". The interior walls have been repainted to give a more friendly touch with some artistic figures and photos. A new lift has been installed for the comfort of guests staying at the upper floors. ... more less
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