Royal Kalaw Hills Resort, Kalaw Myanmar, Kalaw
So much love and attention to detail has gone into creating the Royal Kalaw Hills Resort. It’s a truly gorgeous English cottage-style house, complete with functioning open fireplaces, antique furniture and colonial charm. The property is surrounded by lovely gardens and sheltered by pink and white cherry blossoms. It’s cool, idyllic, tranquil and welcoming.
The Kalaw Hills: a delightful British hill station where calmness reigns at high altitudes. You’ll enjoy the fresh country air, lush green countryside and interesting hill trekking. From the resort, you can access the quintessential colonial railway station with ease, wander through the Kalaw markets, or spend some time in the countryside surrounding the resort. Shwe Oo Min Pagoda is just a short trip away, as is the Elephant Camp at Green Hill Valley. If you’d rather just take in the beauty all around, you can find a nook for sitting and relaxing in the open air garden area. Make some time for a scrub or massage at the Health Spa, and expect a great breakfast at the restaurant.
There are four deluxe rooms, six spacious Royal Kalaw Hills Villa rooms (100m2) that are perfect for families, three Royal Boutique rooms and one Royal Executive room. Whichever room you decide on, you can be sure that it will be air-conditioned with lovely furnishings.
If you’re hot and bothered after a tour of Myanmar’s cities and lowlands, come here to relax at high altitude and to make the most of the fantastic hill trekking while returning to a comfortable bed in a beautiful space. There isn’t much to complain about.
Superior - This is what we would describe as our standard category. These will be decent 3/4* hotels providing a really good level of service. We would generally expect them to be providing a little something extra, in terms of character, guest experience or facilities too.
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My favourite [guide] was Aung in Mandalay. We only had him for one day, but he was determined to show us as much of Mandalay as possible in the time allotted, was obviously very proud of his city and country and was a pleasure to be with. He even took us to meet his uncle who was the Abbott of one of the many monasteries.