Thiri Marlar Hotel, Bagan (Currently known as Thurizza Hotel)
Among all the three hotels we stayed, this is our favourite one. I couldn't remember how I came across this hotel, either recommended by a blogger or my friend but this hotel also featured in Lonely Planet.
With the cozy and inviting rooms which exceeded our expectations, top notch services and most importantly, friendly to our pocket, this is absolutely great value hotel. Situated in New Bagan, this hotel consists of 15 spotless rooms which each and every room features beautifully decorated tiled private bathrooms, LCD television, air-conditioned and free WiFi connection.
Complimentary of free breakfast served on top of the roof
Bicycles and motorbikes are available for rent
Room Rate: US$50 per night for room with queen or twin bed and US$75 for triple room
Inle Star Motel, Inle Lake
Situated less than 10 minutes away from the bus station, this hotel is facing directly to the boat station.
Simple and basic room attached with private bathroom. Each of the room is equipped with television, fan (without air-conditioned), kettle and drinking waters. One of the rooms assigned to us was overlooking the river, it might seems fascinating to watch how most of these boats passby but in the case where you are light sleeper, you may find it's hardly to fall asleep with all the loud sounds from the motorboats at night.
Another breakfast on rooftop
Room Rate We Paid: RM230 per night for a standard family room including breakfast (Reservation made through Agoda)
Myint Myat Guest House, Yangon
Everything is pretty okay for us - the room itself, clean bathroom, attentive services except for the location. I doubt most of the reviews on Agoda and Tripadvisor lately. I thought this guest house is situated not far away from Boygoke Aung Sang Market but in reality, it was quite distance away that we need to hail for a taxi.
Room Rate We Paid: RM98.50 per night for a superior room including breakfast (Booked via Agoda)