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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.
"Great location & potential but disppoints on many fronts"
We were recommended by friends who stayed before who enjoyed the location. We very much enjoyed the sunsets by the water. However, have mixed feelings from other aspects of the hotel. The clientele we observed to be generally 50, 60 years or above (seem to have large groups from French and German speaking parts of Europe), which is fine, but translates into the overall decor/ambience of the hotel. Being in our mid 30s, we were by far the youngest in the resort. - Location - 5 stars - beautiful waterside setting to enjoy sunset - Environment - 4 stars - mature trees/bamboos/birds singing, traditional architecture are great, villas around ponds which is a great setting, in various state of maintenance - Rooms - 3, 4 stars - overall looks like a huge sauna inside. Big space, no bathtub (though for stilted villas perhaps difficult to sustain the weight?), shower very little water volume or pressure. Can tell inside decor they tried to skimp on money and save. Generally expect better for the money - Facilities - 3, 4 stars - not much, understand a pool is being built which is a plus; spa treatments we had were very poor - the therapists whilst nice seem to have very little clue and understanding of human body. We recalled too late that our friends who stayed there had warned us to stay away from the spa - they had the worst massages there too. For context, we frequently get massages (few times a month). We also enjoyed great massages at similar level 4 star hotels in Myanmar which were wonderful and 30% cheaper. Restaurant - 2, 3 stars - cavernous huge dining hall feel, terrible decor. Breakfast was fine ample variety of foods. Dinner experience we went once and was dreadful, awful 80s, 90s music (CDs were clearly scratched from being played so many times), plastic laminated menus, had lots of choices of food (Asian & Western, Asian being cheaper), but a lot of western food unreasonably priced around 15-20 USD. We preferred paying similar price (maybe a bit more) for food at the Inle Princess Resort (where we dined twice) - for much nicer environment, much more sophisticated level of food, and service. Staff - mixed - some staff are very nice as throughout Myanmar. The middle aged local man at the front desk both my husband and I found disagreeable. He's probably managerial level, but we found him the few times we interacted with him all unfriendly, unhelpful, seemed authoritative and abrupt with other staff, and his overall sour disposition unsuited to "welcome" guests. Put him in the back of the office where he is not people facing! Overall, the property has great potential, however, I would recommend people to pay a bit more and stay at the Inle Princess Resort next door for a much more sophisticated and boutique experience.
"A paradise ! "
This hotel is sublime : located on Inle lake in a luxuriant wonderful hudge garden. The rooms are inside beautiful private houses of great tropical character with very high quality decorations. Breakfast is the best that we ever had in Myanmar after 3 weeks. Only problem is restaurant for diner : Inle resort restaurant building is enormous with no real privacy or romanticism and poor lightening, added to the fact that cuisine is not top... far from the nearby town we finally found THE solution among our bicycles rides in day time : 10 mn from the hotel is a little restaurant called Dream Cherry, very simple tipycal and offering very well cooked local specialities in a very kind atmosphere and very cheap price. The owner proposed us to pick us at Inle resort and take us back for only 5000 kiats (about 3.5â‚¬). This perfectly completed our feeling of this hotel appreciation... not to be obliged to take dÃ®ner there...
"Oasis of Tranquility by the Lake"
Surprisingly good rustic resort on the water's edge. The cottages are well fitted out , with a Balinese accent. Showers & Wifi are good. Enjoyed dining at the main hall: wide range of local dishes, with fine views of the inlet/jetty. I like the tree hanging lanterns at night, exuding Tranquility. Try to get one of villas closer to front office , as our villa 25 was slightly too far out. Communication at front desk can be a challenge
"Good service, beautiful view "
My friend and i stayed here in Oct 2016. I just review this is a good place to take a rest, good service, nice food (the quantity and taste is better than i thought). The price is not much expensive. If we have a chance comeback to there, we will choose Inle Resort again.
"Living on the Lake Inle"
Inle is a water city. Everybody lives on houses on sticks and uses boats for transportation. We did something similar. We arrived in our hotel by boat, which can accommodate up to 4-5 people. The entrance and the reception was impressive. It took a while to understand our wherabouts and to find our rooms and the restaurant. The rooms were very comfortable with a spacious bedroom with a slight separation from the sofa and the bathroom and a balcony with a magnificent view and two deck chairs to sit and watch the view. There were sufficient amenities and free water in the rooms. Free wifi is also provided. As mosquitoes may be a problem, there were mosquito nets around the beds but we didn't have any problems with insects. The restaurant was a little dark inside but breakfast was also served outside. The variety may be a little more. The dinner was below average, it could be better for otherwise such a good hotel. The terrace and deck chairs to watch the sunset was a wonderful idea but the chairs MUST be replaced with more ergonomical ones as it was difficult to sit or get up and I got my hand stuck in it when I tried to get up. WE realized that it was possible to reach the hotel from land upon our departure. Inle is very cold in the mornings and evenings but warm at midday. So be careful as you leave the hotel early in the morning by boat.
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