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Over Inle Resort
Het Inle Resort is gelegen aan het Inle-meer, een van de belangrijkste toeristische attracties van Myanmar. U kunt het resort natuurljik met de auto bereiken, maar wellicht is het leuker de reis per boot af te leggen vanaf het dorp Nyaung Shwe. Het hotel is gebouwd in traditioneel inheemse stijl, met als meest opvallende detail de bijzondere daken. Het Inle Resort kenmerkt zich daarnaast door haar ervaren personeel en een goede service. De aanwezige spa zorgt dat uw verblijf in dit resort een ontspannen ervaring is.
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Airco, televisie, telefoon, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten en badkamer met douche.
Royal Villa Private Lake View
Zoals Garden Cottage, ruimer, apart zitgedeelte, uitzicht op het meer.
Gelegen aan de oostkust van het Inle-meer, op 20 minuten varen van Nyaung Shwe.
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Ten zuidoosten van Mandalay strekt zich het 22 kilometer lange Inle-meer uit. Langs de oevers en op eilandjes in het meer wonen tal van minderheidsvolken. Elke dag is bij het Inle-meer wel ergens een marktdag. Van heinde en verre komen traditioneel geklede mensen uit de omliggende bergen om de fotogenieke markten te bezoeken. Groente en fruit in alle kleuren, pannen en potten in alle maten, gereedschap in alle soorten en soms zelf hele boten wisselen van eigenaar. De talrijke dorpen met hun lokale pagodes zijn het best per boot te bezoeken. Het maken van een boottocht over het Inle-meer is dan ook een ‘must do’. U vaart langs tal van drijvende tuinen en dorpen en maakt kennis met de wel zeer bijzondere ‘beenroei-techniek’ van de lokale vissers, die niet met de armen, maar staand in de boot met hun benen roeien.
"Fabulous bungalow BUT"
This is an interesting hotel and unlike every other place we have stayed in Myanmar standards vary dramatically. I guess they know they have a captive clientele as there is nowhere else to eat within a couple of miles. Also somewhat strangely they do not change currencies so make sure you come with plenty of Kyat to spend when sightseeing. They do have an ATM near reception but it was not working when we stayed. When you book it would be wise to check where your room is on the site. Some are surrounded by bamboo forest and are so dark even the mosquitoes use flashlights to get around The good The bungalow we stayed in was fabulous - large roomy and very comfortable. The bed was extremely comfortable and the air conditioning worked well. The room was spotlessly cleaned and tidied daily. The average Although we were staying in one of the Royal Villas it was impossible to get a Wfi connection. The only place you could get a connection was in or near reception. The breakfast is a buffet, but you can get eggs cooked to order. The main issue is that the quality and quantity of food available at the buffet varies considerably daily. The number of big tour groups which leave on mass early in the morning has an impact. The main restaurant looks and feels a bit like the sort of place the Chinese communist party would feel happy to hold a conference. It is large and completely soulless. The evening menu is ok but is quite limited. Everything is expensive and charged in dollars. Do not think of eating in a local restaurant as there are none within a couple of miles. The bad The people of Myanmar are the friendliest I have ever met. The majority of staff here are the same but they seem to have employed people with attitude in the main restaurant. As an example we had signed for our meal but one waitress chased us through the hall shouting loudly that we had not paid. One of her colleague eventually calmed her down and told we had signed. She however followed up to the exit still insisting we had not singed. The lake view bar is manned most of the afternoon but you can only order drinks after 16:00 hours. The main bar next the the great hall is supposed to be open all afternoon but I could only order a beer via reception charged as room service! The food sometime comes with local wildlife as a free extra. One soup arrived with two rather large ants swimming in it and a couple of their friend preparing to follow them. When I pointed this out the waitress she scooped the ants out of the soup, crushing them in her fingers and flicking them on to the floor. The other ants met a similar fate. The waitress smiled at me and walked off. She seemed genuinely surprised that I called her back and asked for a replacement. They charge you for every little extra - a lost key card $5, bicycle hire only. This place could be great but it is the shear number of niggles and extra charges that wear you down.
"Lovely resort and value given the location"
The resort is a sprawling site on the edge of Inle lake with tropical gardens, ponds and a lovely new swimming pool. The resort looks very well maintained. Things are a little more expensive but not unreasonably so given the beautiful and isolated location. Basic noodles and salad were not expensive and there was plenty of choice on the menu. The new rooms are a short walk from the main areas but the path is well lit. They are quiet, light, clean, comfortable, have a huge bed, good storage, room safe, efficient air con. Not too many mossies around. We took the full day boat trip from the hotel and that was fantastic. The pool is lovely. We would have liked to have stayed longer. You can watch the sunset from the lakeside bar. The Manager is often around talking to guests and leading the staff. He seems to have a vision for continuous improvement. The staff are attentive and helpful. What is not to enjoy! We stayed in the new Superior Deluxe rooms with Mountain views for 3 nights
"A hotel that allows you to escape"
Set in a stunning location with great facilities.the room was exceptionally big, huge bed large lounge areas and veranda overlooking the lake. Complete with all the facilities you would expect from a much higher star hotel. Seating decks allow you to watch the sun go down over the lake with both the external Tiki bar and Internal Mingalabar bar serving wide choice of drinks at acceptable prices. The dining room is cavernous and service excellent. Food choice was a mix between traditional and western and why you would come to Burma to order a pizza is beyond me. Breakfast choice was brilliant, set outside in the sun and service was quick and coffee good. Boat trips to can be arranged by hotel & in the summer the fisherman can be seen leg rowing and the unique way they net fish in the shallows. Tours include cheroot making lotus & silk weaving and boat making and all have their shops adjacent to the workshops where you can buy their goods. You are out on a limb and will need transport to go any where around the lake, but it was the sense of being totally undisturbed that made our stay so enjoyable.
"Too expensive, not value for money"
We arrived inle resort after trecking for 3 days from calaw to inle lake. We book the hotel because it was on the lake and wasnt aware the difficulty to go out from there. We booked superior room with "promotion rate". We arrived there and the room was very small, bad smell, and far from all the facilities. The mangaer actualy was nice, he said it is non refundble dill, he offered us to upgrade to the deluxe room, it costed more but he said he will discount with 20%. We took the upgrade, the room was nice but the area was fool of mosquitos! And the hotel did nothing to handle this problem (in other hotels they put salt or other staff to handle this). We had a "great" balcony but couldnt open the door because of the mosquitos. We took a shower and after short time the hot water was over, we called the reception and they told that we need to wait 15 minutes because this is how the system works. The transportaion the hotel offer to the town is 20 usd! So expensive, and no option to call for a taxy, only if I have a number, so they call for a tuk tuk and it cost 7.5 usd, but in the evning it is too cold to drive like this. In the room we smashed one of the mosquitos on the bed and it has blood that smashed on the bed, we asked for replacing the sheet and they told us it is against the hotel policy, after we argue with them they replaced. My wife was injured in her leg and we called to ask first aid, they said they dont have this kind of thing and no plaster or gazza peds. To add on all this, they bearly know english, and each call they transfer one to each other, the night shift didnt speak english at all. We were very sorry to stay there, we wish we had book an hotel in nyaung shwe and not in the lake. Just not value for money
"Beautiful peaceful resort"
Stayed here for 2 nights with family including 2 teenagers. Takes about an hour taxi ride from Heho Airport over mountains/hills on a curvy two lane road. Some guests arrived via lake/water but you end up needing to take taxi from airport then get on a boat for ride to resort. Rooms are spread out under canopy of trees on the lake's edge. We stayed in the newer rooms with a mountain view. Food and staff were great. Pool had just opened and very relaxing. Staff will bring bar food and drinks to pool area if you ask. We did a half day boat tour on the lake which was one of the highlights of our tour of Myanmar. Do bring insect repellent as very woodsy area on edge of lake and the bugs come out at night. Don't be turned off by looks when you first arrive to resort via road. Current entrance is workshop/staff housing area but they are building a new entrance. Staff meet your and take your bags and escort you to main lobby building which is beautiful.
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