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Kalaw Heritage Hotel since 1903
Kalaw,Kalaw - View on map
"A wonderful and atmospheric place to stay. The Kalaw hotel first opened in 1903. It has now been restored for the most part sensitively to give modern comforts without sacrificing the charm. The rooms are simply but tastefully redone, and the hotel makes good use of some of the original furniture. The bathrooms are elegantly refreshed, with showers rather than baths. The hotel reopened recently, in December 2015, so a few things, such as the restaurant,are not quite up to speed. The young staff are hugely friendly and helpful. The hotel is in the valley in a quiet part of town about a ten minute walk to the centre. There are three buildings : the oldest is Acorn, the main building which looks to be from the 1920s is Pine, the modern annex Tudor built I think in the 70s is much less charming. "
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8.4

Excellent

254 reviews

Green Haven Hotel
Kalaw,Kalaw - View on map
"I really enjoyed my two night stay at Green Haven Hotel. The rooms and bathrooms were exceptionally clean and the gardens were very well-maintained. I also had one of the best warm showers here in this hotel over my ten day trip to Myanmar - water pressure and temperature was perfect...and this was rarely the case anywhere else! I also found the staff knowledgeable, easy to communicate with, professional and helpful at all times - after returning in the evening from a day long trek, one staff member even came to my room to check that the hot water in my shower was alright. The kitchen also prepared delicious shan noodles for breakfast each morning (ask for this!) -- other more conventional options included samosas, crepes and toast. Location-wise - the hotel is a 20-25 min walk from the town centre, where the bus station is. But I found this a pleasant walk and appreciated the opportunity to see a bit more of Kalaw besides the town centre. The hotel manager is also a very kind and obliging man to gave me a ride into town on his motorbike on two occasions. Bicycles can also be rented at the hotel for free. Otherwise, there is a little betel nut stand on the road where the locals wait for the bus and someone there will be happy to ferry you to the hotel for 1000 kyat (it's a 3 minute ride). A note about the rooms: Mine was very cosy with windows that let in plenty of sunlight during the day and wonderful views of the garden. I personally loved this, and could draw the day curtains whenever I wanted some privacy, which was not a problem. However, the walls are thin, and at night, light and sound (from the patrolling staff or other returning guests) might be an issue for those who are not heavy sleepers. Overall, I really enjoyed my stay at the Green Haven Hotel, found it great value for money and one of the best hotels I've stayed at in South East Asia. I would definitely stay here again! "
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7.9

Very good

114 reviews

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Hill Top Villa Mountain Resort
Kalaw,Kalaw - View on map
"I was so excited about coming to this hotel - chosen carefully and specifically due to the lovely pictures, especially of the wide wooden balcony for meals with sweeping views over the Kalaw hills. This doesn’t exist anymore and has been replaced by a new structure that is basic, narrow with no charm. The price is just not warranted here for the standard of the rooms, meals and hotel. Yes there is a view but the photos of deceptive,"
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7

Very good

11 reviews

Nature Land Hotel
Kalaw,Kalaw - View on map
"This place is absolutely AMAZING. One of the best overall experiences we have ever had in a hotel. First of all the staff are really wonderful. Our overnight bus from Bagan unexpectedly arrived very early at 2am (!!!) and the staff checked us in when we arrived. We were expecting to pay for an extra night but we were only asked to pay a small amount for an extra breakfast! They also gave us great advice about what to do around Kalaw and how to go about organizing a trek. The two owners speak very fluent English - unusual in Myanmar. The rooms were also fantastic - fully self contained villas with a king bed and huge bathroom. The breakfast was wonderful and was served in the beautiful garden. The only small negative, although not their fault, was the Wifi. It was largely unusable due to problems with the connection to the town. When I asked about it, the owner straight away offered me the connection on his personal mobile to tether off to book my onward accommodation. He also gave us a lift in the early morning to the meeting place for our trek. Amazing stuff. We would highly recommend Nature Land as THE place to stay in Kalaw and would definitely stay there again if we ever go back."
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7.8

Very good

231 reviews

Pine Breeze Hotel
Kalaw,Kalaw - View on map
"Its not going to be the cheapest accoms in Kalaw but its probably the best guest house I have stayed at (only one night) in Myanmar as the rooms are clean and in very good condition. There's also a pretty good breakfast available on the roof (nice view) + they took care of my onward van tickets to Inle Lake. Note that the location is on a hill - maybe a 15-20 minutes walk from the train station. Don't bother trying to walk it with alot of heavy luggage or wheeled but w/o heavy luggage its an easy walk. You can walk to the market area where the buses or rather vans depart for Inle Lake + where there are some restos for tourists to eat at. The Wi-Fi did not work when I arrived but then it worked later in the day - this is typical for Myanmar. To be honest, there's not much to see in Kalaw and at the end of the dry season, the scenery is not exactly spectacular. For me, it was a good place to spend a night to break up a trip from Yangon to Inle Lake."
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8.2

Excellent

171 reviews

Pine Hill Resort
Kalaw,Kalaw - View on map
"This is a wonderful little idyll in Kalaw, located in a beautiful and quiet surrounding on a pine hill. The atmosphere is very peaceful, the staff very friendly and professional and the food is good. Highly recommended for your stay in Kalaw."
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8

Excellent

24 reviews

The Hotel - Kalaw Hill Lodge
Kalaw,Kalaw - View on map
"I enjoyed my 2 day stay here a lot. The rooms are very nice, with luxurious touches. The property is beautiful and I had some very good massages at the spa. It is a bit far from town so can get stuck on the property for meals, and I found the food in the restaurant just okay, and I actually got a bit sick on the second day (I had only eaten here so pretty sure it was from the restaurant). Restaurant and spa staff are extremely nice. My only other complaint is about the front desk staff: I twice emailed ahead of time to arrange a taxi pickup but they never responded. When I arrived the woman rudely said I didn't have a reservation there and I should go to a different hotel, even though I showed her the pre-booking/paid email from Agoda. It got sorted after they made some phone calls, but it was a very awkward and ungracious welcome. Later the same woman told me a taxi to downtown Kalaw was 15,000 kyat, no negotiation. I ended up hiring a taxi from elsewhere for 5,000 kyat, which is already quite high for a 10 minute drive. But besides the front desk staff needing some more hospitality training, I really enjoyed relaxing here and would probably stay again."
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8.5

Excellent

20 reviews

Dream Villa Hotel
Kalaw,Kalaw - View on map
"Stayed in a superior room which is on the third floor with views over pagodas. Stayed one night and then one again after a 3 day trek so we could leave our luggage which was no problem. Fairly basic but clean. Beds ok but pillows hard. Good breakfast which fills you up ready for your day of exploring. Their 'Dream' restaurant just a hop, skip and jump down the road does lunch & dinner. We just had a drink there but their menu was extensive and fairly priced in lovely surroundings. The hotel has a hand drawn map of Kalaw with things to go and see. We spent a day walking (miles!) seeing all the sights but very enjoyable. A lovely town to enjoy a sweet coffee or green tea, people watching. Would probably stay here again if we were to come back to Kalaw but I predict they're going to have some stiff competition up and coming. Wi-fi was slow - but this is a general problem in Kalaw, not the hotel's. "
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8.6

Excellent

226 reviews

Royal Kalaw Hills Resort
Kalaw,Kalaw - View on map
"Comfortable and cosy within easy walking distance of the centre of Kalaw. The staff are fantastic, always willing to help and professionally managed by Nay. Thank you for a memorable stay. We will be back for sure next year."
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8.5

Excellent

11 reviews

Junction Rose Hotel
Kalaw,Kalaw - View on map
"We were only passing through Kalaw, we needed to spend the night to begin our 3 day trek to Inle Lake. When we walked into the hotel we were overwhelmed. We thought we'd hit the jackpot, the reception area was quite nicely decorated with a nice lounge area. That being said, it was quite far from the train station, and we couldn't access the internet (of course that was to be expected in Myanmar so not really an issue). When we settled down for bed, we realized there was no heating system (a problem in chilly winter months) but they had supplied a thick blanket on the bed. There was no hot water. Also a problem when you get up for an early morning shower after sleeping in room with no heat. The free breakfast was fine, a curry and an apple, although they did ask if we wanted more to eat once we'd finished eating. It was an okay experience, one I wouldn't want to have again in the cold weather. If it had been warmer I might sing a different tune. Going again that time of year, I would definitely think about finding a place 1) closer to the train station in town 2) somewhere with heat and hot water. "
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6.7

Very good

12 reviews

Kalaw Heritage Hotel since 1903
Kalaw,Kalaw - View on map
"A wonderful and atmospheric place to stay. The Kalaw hotel first opened in 1903. It has now been restored for the most part sensitively to give modern comforts without sacrificing the charm. The rooms are simply but tastefully redone, and the hotel makes good use of some of the original furniture. The bathrooms are elegantly refreshed, with showers rather than baths. The hotel reopened recently, in December 2015, so a few things, such as the restaurant,are not quite up to speed. The young staff are hugely friendly and helpful. The hotel is in the valley in a quiet part of town about a ten minute walk to the centre. There are three buildings : the oldest is Acorn, the main building which looks to be from the 1920s is Pine, the modern annex Tudor built I think in the 70s is much less charming. "
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8.4

Excellent

254 reviews