This hotel offers 366 rooms just a short distance north of the Shwedagon Pagoda. Stay here for modern furnishings and plush guest rooms, as well as the convenient location — this hotel is just around 20 minutes from the airport.
The Shwedagon Pagoda is one of the oldest pagodas in Myanmar, and it is said to contain 8 of the Buddha's hairs. You can see the golden tips of the stupa in the distance, and when you get up close you’ll have a look at the diamonds and rubies encrusted in the sides of the stupa. See another important Buddhist site at the Chauk Htat Kyi Pagoda, which features an enormous reclining Buddha. If you need to do some shopping, you can walk from the hotel to the Junction Square shopping mall.
Rooms are designed to look modern, colorful, and streamlined. Recessed lighting and space-age furniture make the interiors look especially inviting. Help yourself to the minibar and cool down in the air conditioning. The rooms come equipped with TV, video games, phones equipped with voicemail, and Wi-Fi. All of the rooms come with safety deposit boxes.
This hotel has everything you need to maintain your health. There’s a fitness center with a sauna and a hot tub, as well as an outdoor swimming pool and a tennis court that you can use for a small fee. It’s also possible to book a massage.
Take a break from your tours with a drink by the pool — you’ll be able to see the Shwedagon Pagoda in the distance. Novotel Hotel offers a total of three restaurants with international, regional, and French cuisine, and families can order from a kid’s menu. There are also 4 bars, including a sports bar with a pool table. Novotel Hotel has an executive floor with a private lounge. There’s also a communal area with video games and a space designated for yoga.
Business travelers and event planners have plenty of space in the Novotel Hotel’s stylish interiors. There’s a grand ballroom that can host up to 750 people. You can also choose from a selection of nine different meeting rooms.
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