The Best Resorts in Mandalay, Myanmar

Relax at the rustic spa at Hotel by the Red Canal
Relax at the rustic spa at Hotel by the Red Canal | Courtesy of Hotel by the Red Canal / Expedia
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18 January 2021

Mandalay, built as the country’s royal capital by King Mindon in 1857, is the second-largest city in Myanmar. Today it is a hectic metropolis swarming with scooters that zip past regal temples, riverside stalls, stately pagodas and endless tea-houses. Explore its mosques, markets and monasteries from these Mandalay resorts.

Hotel by the Red Canal

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Hotel by the Red Canal
Hotel by the Red Canal | Courtesy of Hotel by the Red Canal / Expedia
Right by the Red Canal and close to all Mandalay’s main attractions, this boutique hotel reflects its location in every detail. All 25 rooms are named after and decorated in cultural adornments, with patterns inspired by the country’s ethnic groups. There is also a rustic spa, based on the traditional construction methods used in Myanmar’s rural villages, plus the Indian-Myanmar fine-dining restaurant.
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Triumph Hotel

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Triumph Hotel
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Those looking to unwind will love the Triumph Hotel’s tranquil outdoor pool and wellness centre, offering treatments to revitalise and relax. Just 10 minutes from the city centre and 21 miles (34km) from the airport, the hotel has meeting rooms and a fitness centre. Choose an air-conditioned junior suite if travelling with family for a seating area, pool and garden view, and signature Burmese golden teak décor.
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Mercure Mandalay Hill Resort

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Mercure Mandalay Hill Resort
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Sample the best flavours at the Mercure Mandalay Hill Resort, set in 12 acres (5ha) of landscaped gardens at the foot of the Mandalay Hills and overlooking the spectacular pagodas of the Royal Palace. Dining options include a lavish buffet, a Thai, Myanmar and Chinese fusion restaurant and an al fresco barbecue including a traditional show for diners. There is also a bar serving afternoon tea, tapas and cocktails with music from an acoustic band.
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Hotel Magic Mandalay

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Hotel Magic Mandalay
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This four-star hotel, on the corner of 65th Street and Padauk Street, takes care of every detail for guests. As well as an outdoor pool, health spa and business centre, guests can take advantage of a laundry service, bike rental, daily complimentary buffet breakfast, souvenir shop and even a doctor on call. There are rooms to suit every traveller, including affordable single rooms and spacious family suites with two self-contained bedrooms, a separate living area and private balcony.
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Shwe Ingyinn Hotel

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Shwe Ingyinn Hotel
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A great option for those arriving by train, this hotel, in the middle of Mandalay, is just a short walk from the Central Railway Station – though it also offers free public parking.The hotel has a 24-hour front desk, a laundry service, fitness centre and all-day restaurant, while the Sunset Bar serves cocktails overlooking Mandalay city and the surrounding hills. There’s also tour desk in the lobby for booking trips further afield.
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  • The Link 83 Mandalay Boutique Hotel

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    The Link 83 Mandalay Boutique Hotel
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    Business travellers will find everything they need at The Link 83, a boutique hotel in the centre of Mandalay within walking distance to shops, offices and restaurants. There are 33 sleek, modern rooms, many with low Japanese-style beds, and all have TVs with international satellite channels, coffee and tea-making facilities, a mini bar with complimentary bottled water and rainfall showers in the bathrooms.
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    Hotel Marvel

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    There’s no chance you’ll struggle to find this hotel. The 90-room property is on the upper floors of the Mandalay Railway Station close to restaurants and shops for a hassle-free visit. If you choose to stay in, the hotel offers a rooftop bar with sweeping city views, a spa for pampering and a large restaurant serving Chinese, Asian and European dishes. There’s even a lively karaoke bar on the seventh floor if you’re struck by the urge to perform.
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    Mandalay Lodge Hotel

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    Mandalay Lodge Hotel
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    Families will have plenty of room at this hotel in the centre of Mandalay City. Five of the 72 rooms available are huge family suites with two double beds, a bath, tea and coffee-making facilities and complimentary bottled water. There’s also an outdoor swimming pool and two jacuzzis to keep children entertained, while an all-day restaurant and pool bar makes mealtimes easy for even the fussiest mini-traveller.
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