At a Glance
Wonderful boutique property with lots of character and unique features
Intimate atmosphere with just 50 rooms
Fantastic location just south of the city walls of ancient Bagan
A beautiful pool in which to relax after days exploring the stunning Bagan temple complex
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
The best time to visit Myanmar 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 which is best avoided as this is the rainy season when sightseeing can become difficult.
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Areindmar Hotel is a charming boutique property utilising traditional and local artworks to add stunning accents. You are completely surrounded by Bagan's romantic atmosphere in this intimate retreat that reflects the cultural heart of Myanmar.
Situated south of the Bagan's ancient city walls, Areindmar Hotel acts as an oasis in the heart of Bagan complete with a lovely pool. The 50 rooms are arranged around a large leafy courtyard with a lovely calm atmosphere.
All of Areindmar Hotel's room feature polished wooden floors and a paired back style that allows the handmade Myanmar teak and bronze accents to be showcased perfectly. In-keeping with the atmosphere of an oasis in the heart of Bagan, each room offers views over the leafy landscaped courtyard, lotus filled ponds, tropical gardens and large acacia trees.
The dining options at the hotel are intimate with tables that spread from the main dining room and out on to the pool terrace. The menus include both western and Burmese dishes, full of fragrant and heady spices which have been expertly crafted by the team of expert chefs. Alongside the main dining room there is an atmospheric poolside bar providing the perfect spot for a sundowner cocktail overlooking the pool and Bagan temples beyond.
All of the 50 deluxe rooms follow the same layout with crisp clean lines accented by local teak and bronze furnishings. There is a spacious living area and large open bathroom complete with modern amenities. All of the rooms open onto either the leafy landscaped courtyard, lotus filled ponds or green lawn dotted with tropical plants.
Children are welcomed at Areindmar Hotel but there are no dedicated child care facilities available.
There is one main restaurant located overlooking the elegant pool. Burmese, Western, Thai and Chinese dishes are available utilising the freshest of local ingredients and produce. There is also a Poolside Bar serving a delicious array of cocktails and aperitifs which provides the perfect spot to watch the sunset over Bagan.
There is an enormous wealth of culture and huge array of historical sites to explore in Bagan many of which date from the 11th century. Alongside the temples there is also the Bagan Archaeological Museum which is interesting to visit and provides an insight into the history of Bagan.
Louise Huntington (Staff)
Areindmar Hotel is a charming option in Bagan - a great option for couples. The rooms are situated around a leafy courtyard and are all very tastefully decorated. The interiors are fresh and bright with modern bathrooms. It has a relaxed atmosphere and there is a lovely pool. Enjoy al fresco dining by the pool and make sure you try the beef curry.
Clare Monro (Staff)
Areindmar is a delightful boutique property with plenty of character and style. It has a really nice courtyard and a sweet little restaurant, and a swimming pool. It's divided between two buildings but the older one is the main hotel building so I'd recommend going for this for facilities.
Archaeology Tour of Bagan
A full-day experience, with an expert on-hand, exploring one of Asia’s most striking archaeological sites. Bagan’s architectural wonders include the famous Ananda and Shwezigon pagodas, showcasing Burma’s legendary kings and the country’s glorious culture
Bagan Balloon Experience
Serenely float over Bagan’s remarkable temples in a hot air balloon at sunrise and appreciate the sheer scale of these archaeological wonders while watching the Irrawaddy River flow far below.
Bagan Cooking Class
A fantastic half-day insight into Burmese cookery exploring local food with a local and highly experienced chef. From shopping at the market, to cooking and plating up, this is a truly unique experience.
Bagan Village Biking
Hop on a bicycle for a unique and memorable day in Bagan’s countryside. A slow-paced journey through narrow lanes reveals a land of farms, rolling hills and tiny villages, much unchanged over the centuries.
Half Day Local Colour Tour, Bagan
Experience a taste of local Burmese life and see the world from a local’s point of view by visiting neighbourhoods barely touched by the modern world and mixing with the locals at Nyaung U Market.
Introduction to Bagan
Discover the very best of Bagan, from exploring the finest temples to watching traditional craftsmen produce beautiful lacquerware and cruising along the Irrawaddy River. Further insights into local neighbourhoods also reveal age-old traditions, hidden temples and unique cave temples.
Irrawaddy Sunset Cocktail Cruise
A glorious sunset cruise along the famous Irrawaddy River, cocktail in hand. This is a unique way to appreciate Bagan’s incredible temples from afar and an opportunity to see scenes of daily life play out on Burma’s largest waterway.
Mount Popa & Salay Tour
The chance to learn about Myanmar’s tradition of spirit worship at Mount Popa, to explore Salay, a famous Buddhist centre with unique architecture, and to witness scenes of bygone countryside life.
Pakokku by Bicycle
Cycle to Pakokku, just beyond Bagan’s famous pagodas, and discover beautiful rural villages, local markets and farms that line the Irrawaddy River, all brimming with traditional ways of life. Afterwards, return to historic Bagan along the river, aboard pr
Swe Daw Lay Su Tour
Follow in the footsteps of King Anawrahta and visit four sacred and photogenic sites around Bagan (Shwezigon, Tu Yin Taung, Lawka Nandar and Tant Kyi Taung), where local pilgrims flock.
Tant Kyi Pagoda Adventure
Adventure away from Bagan’s busy centre and travel by boat and jeep to the hilltop pagoda of Tant Kyi, a little-known gem on the western banks of the Irrawaddy River. Views, the chance to mix with Burmese pilgrims and a memorable experience awaits.
Highlights of Myanmar
Yangon, Bagan, Inle Lake & Ngapali Beach
from £3000 pp inc flights & transfers for 9 nights
- This itinerary provides a brilliant introduction to Myanmar including all the highlights with brilliant guiding throughout
- With over 2,000 temples dotted around the landscape, Bagan is one of the true highlights of Asia
- This itinerary is brilliant for foodies with a unique cooking class and an evening Yangon tour to the hot spots in the city
Location & directions
Areindmar Hotel is located in New Bagan, surrounded by the temples of Bagan and important cultural sites.
How to get there
A 14-hour flight to Yangon via Bangkok followed by an internal 30-minute flight to Nyaung Oo Airport in Bagan. Areindmar Hotel is just 15-minutes drive from the airport.
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