Inle Lake View Resort & Spa
Inle Lake, Burma
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Located 40 minutes from Heho airport, The Inle Lake View Resort & Spa is in a picturesque spot overlooking Inle Lake. The resort offers 38 spacious rooms, all with private balconies and stunning views onto Inle Lake. Located on the western edge of the lake, the hotel offers luxury and elegance throughout and it is spread out over 24 acres of land, dotted with trees and flowers.
Within the hotel there is the delicious Bougainvillaea restaurant serving international and Asian cuisine in cosy surroundings. There is also the Lotus Bar for a pre-dinner drink and the spa with its three individual massage huts that are ideal to come back to after a busy day sightseeing.
The shallow waters of Inle Lake stretch for 35 kilometers, surrounded by the blue mountain ranges and shores dotted with small fishing villages. The best way to explore is by boat: in a day trip you can visit the various cottage industries, such as silk weaving, cheroot rolling, silversmiths, and see the floating market that moves between the area’s villages every five days.
Inle Lake View Resort & Spa has 38 spacious rooms including 20 Deluxe rooms with king or twin beds, 16 Junior suites and two Lake Side Villas. All the rooms have private balconies offering excellent views of the lake. The rooms have Burman-Asian style decor and furniture giving them an authentic feel.
The Bougainvillaea Restaurant serves delicious international and Asian food either indoors or outdoors on the terrace. The fine cuisine teamed with excellent wine and super staff have all the makings for a wonderful evening.
The beautifully designed Inle Lake Spa offers relaxing massages and body treatments to make you feel your best. There is also a Jacuzzi for you to relax in.
Location & Directions
Inle Lake, Burma
Located on the western shores of Inle Lake with direct access to the lake from the hotel's jetty, near Taunggyi.
When to go
The best time to visit Burma is during the dry season from November to April. At this time the warm and sunny days are ideal for sightseeing throughout the country. The temperatures start to rise in March and May to September is best avoided as this is the rainy season when sightseeing can become difficult.