Pristine Lotus Resort

If someone wants to hear something about Myanmar travel, we will suggest going to Bagan to discover archaeological sites, going to Mandalay to enjoy its eventful life and other interesting destinations. However, for the best relaxation, go to the Inle Lake to enjoy peace, quiet, fine weather and natural beauty there. If you have decided to travel to the Inle Lake during yours tours in Burma, we will recommend a wonderful to stay. It’s Pristine Lotus Resort, a hotel complex with unique boat-shaped rooms on the lake and private luxurious villas.

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Address

Khaung Daing Village, Nyaung Shwe, Inle,Myanmar, Nyaung Shwe, Inle Lake, Myanmar

Location

The Pristine Lotus Spa Resort is situated at the Inle Lake, and easily accessible by various means of transportation. The resort is only 45 mintues car transfer from Heho airport Khaung Daing Village and 20 minutes away from an exciting floating bazaar and the glorious Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda.

BY FLIGHT: Heho airport is only 1 hour flying from Yangon International Airport and transfer times to Heho takes about 45 minutes.

BY TRAIN: The train from Yangon to Mandalay, reach to Thazi Railway station which is 4 hours driving from Nyaung Shwe and you will need to transfer by taxi to get there.

BY BUS: The buses pass to Shwe Nyaung Junction which is only 20 minutes driving from Nyaung Shwe and you can easily hire cycle taxi or taxi to get there. Finally the buses end at Aye Tharyar bus-stop which is 1 hour away from the town.

Rooms

The Pristine Lotus Resort has 49 Lotus Villas which are gracefully laid out over a landscaped hillside that gently slopes into the lake. Their design allows for privacy and luxury amongst a lush tropical landscape that is fresh with gentle lake breezes and open to inspiring and endless views for the lush valley. Amazingly, you can stay one of the most unique accommodation types during your tours in Burma, the boat-shaped rooms called Floating Duplex. Each room is like a small island, offering the great view of the Inle Lake to guests.

Dinning

There are two main restaurants in the resort: Teak-Canopied Restaurant (for villa dinning) and Floating Duplex Restaurant (for Floating Duplex dinning).

Floating Duplex Restaurant: Shan cuisine and special European dishes, local and international beverages.

Teak-Canopied Restaurant: Asian/Shan/Indian/Thai/Chinese/Myanmar cuisines, special-European dishes and international wines & beverages.

In addition, you can visit Open deck. Located at the eastern end of the resort, the Open deck is the perfect place to unwind, read a book, and observe birds, wildlife and flora from the lake, while sipping some drinks. At sunrise or a sunset, you will enjoy the privilege of being the witness of the daily life of our beautiful area.

Spa

Padonma Lotus Spa treatments are designed for both males and females, and are particularly enjoyable for couples to share. Whether you indulge alone or with a loved one, Padonma Lotus Spa offers a number of deliciously gratifying ways to melt muscles, soothe tension, inspire the soul, relax and calm the mind and rejuvenate and pamper the entire self. After the treatments at the spa, you may forget that you used to be a weary traveler after the long tours in Burma.

Boat Excursion in Inle Lake

Taking part in the Boat Excursion in Inle Lake held by the resort will be certainly an unforgettable experience during your tours in Burma. You can choose ether of full day or half day trip and drop in typical attractions such as 5-day market at Inle, Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, Silk Weaving Shop, Silversmith, etc.

As one of the most up-market hotels in the Inle Lake region, the Pristine Lotus Resort enchants guests by its lively beauty and elegant design. If you want to be offered perfect services and have the best relaxed time during your tours in Burma, book a room in the resort immediately!

Source: http://ancharm-myanmar.com/accommodation-insprirations/pristine-lotus-resort/

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