October 15, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Belmond Governor's Residence in Yangon, Myanmar
At the North end of the estuary leading from the Bay of Bengal, in the heart of Yangon, discover the gorgeous grounds of Belmond Governor's Residence. This beautiful hotel at the southern end of tropical Myanmar will take your breath away. Large open rooms are crafted from pure white walls and rich teak furniture and trim, with elegantly carved Burmese designs. A hand-carved tub seems as to be straight from a romantic fairytale grotto, perfect for a relaxing evening. Tropical cottons and silks adorn your plush bed, while beautiful garden views delight your senses. Imagine waking to the beauty of the tropics and stepping out to experience the wonders of Burma. At Belmond Governor's Residence, each day will be this lovely, and truly memorable.
Start your day with a relaxing Thanaka treatment at the spa, and cool and rejuvenate yourself before continuing your exploration. Or perhaps lounge next to the tranquil pool and sip on a refreshing cocktail. For a wonderful and intriguing day trip, take a boat tour along the banks of the Ayeyarwady River and meet some of the local Burmese in their villages. The Sule Pagoda is also a must see, with a large dome and gold covered spire, legend has it that it was built before the time of Buddha. For a truly wonderful game of golf play 18-holes at the Yangon Golf Club. Amidst the natural beauty of this tropical paradise, you are sure to have a fantastic game. For a literal taste of Burma, partake in a market tour and cooking class. Delight in one of the local markets while learning about the ingredients before returning to the hotel for a drink and lesson in crafting traditional Myanmar cuisine. After a gorgeous day in the country, take your dinner at Mandalay Restaurant in the hotel. Dine on perfectly spiced traditional cuisine, or opt for one of the exquisitely done European classics. Before retiring to your room enjoy a nightcap at the Mindon Lounge while gazing over the pool and lush tropical gardens. With your stay at Belmond Governor's Residence, you will be infused with the beauty of Burma and its people, and you may feel like you are truly in paradise.
Location of Belmond Governor's Residence
Nearest Airport: RGN
Amenities for Belmond Governor's Residence
- General Information
- 47 Guest Rooms
- Poolside Dining
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Shoe Shine Service
- Spa Services
- Laundry Service
- High-Speed Internet Access
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- Cooking Classes
- Cultural Tours
- Business Center/Services
- Historic Sites
Reviews for Belmond Governor's Residence
The service is amazing at the Belmond. Pre-empting any request one may have at the appropriate moment. A beautiful, more residential area of Yangon but easy to walk to restaurants still. Loved the pool, free 5 min massages, ice-cream and breakfast. We will definitely stay again in Yangon. Well worth the extra $.
ccmsr - Sydney, Australia
This is a really lovely old teak building, which has been lovingly restored and cared for. The service is excellent â€“ incredibly efficient, friendly and pro-active. There are two restaurants. One is downstairs, near the pond and swimming pool, and has both indoor and outdoor dining with an a la carte menu. Upstairs, there is a buffet service for dinner, with a huge range of local (and international) dishes on offer and was excellent. Our room was beautiful, extremely comfortable and contained everything that you would expect from a high-end hotel. I would have no hesitation about staying here again!
mark121 - London, United Kingdom
Why stay in a hotel when you can stay in a 100-year old teak mansion? Belmond Governor's Residence is hands-down the place to book if you want to experience the most luxury Myanmar has to offer. The hotel also offers a wide range of activities for the residents ranging from yoga to guided city tours.
Amulya P - Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar
Spent one enjoyable night, and so comments are limited. Pretty boutique-style colonial hotel and grounds in a quiet residential area. Taxis will be needed to travel anywhere. Very welcoming and helpful staff, including pick-up from airport. Big rooms, with plenty of amenities. Slightly musty but it may have just been our room. Large open dining area with local buffet (western restaurant also available). Very good. The bar is a little soulless and there didn't seem to be a spa in operation. Definitely better than the big corporate chain hotels.
pandainsingers - Singapore, Singapore
In a nice part of town. Room nice enough, breakfast was very good, curry buffet and salads at night nice but....somehow not amazing and a little disappointing. I think we came in April and it was just too hot. Yangon itself a disappointment.
Brummy40 - London, United Kingdom