Hotels with gym in Central Mandalay
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Shwe Ingyinn Hotel MandalayCentral Mandalay,Central Mandalay - View on map
"SIG is centrally located; easily accessible to the old palace, mandalay hills, supermarket and just across the train station. They have made travelling for foreigners seamless with a hotel car for hire or assisting to book private taxis at reasonable rates - especially useful when you don't speak their language. We stayed 7 nights and i was impressed with the cleanliness of the hotel, the room, the spa and the restaurant. The staff are super friendly, helpful and efficient - we had to extend our stay and made 3 separate bookings through agoda and they promptly understood our situation and allows us to keep to the same room. food at the 9th floor restaurant is delicious with a wide selection. the rooftop sunset bar is a must once the sun goes down. it offers a panoramic view of Mandalay. Surprisingly, the noise and the dust are not deterrents to enjoying a lovely evening there. Highly recommended - the rooms are large and comfy. Just don't expect fast internet connection, as is mostly the case in Myanmar. "
Gold Yadanar HotelCentral Mandalay,Central Mandalay - View on map
"We were pleasantly surprised with this hotel, considering its mixed reviews and the fact that it is located in Mandalay! We were offered a free upgrade to a bigger room on arrival, which was great. The receptionists were helpful and spoke perfect English. They booked two taxis for us, and were extremely helpful with recommendations and information requests. The rooms are clean and have everything you need. Hot water and a clean bathroom are there, which we did not expect. Only negative is slow wi-if, but having tried other wifi networks in the city it is more of a Mandalay problem rather than a hotel one. Great hotel, surpassed every expectation, superb value and definately recommended if you ever stay in Mandalay!"
HostelHongXinnCentral Mandalay,Central Mandalay - View on map
M3 HotelCentral Mandalay,Central Mandalay - View on map
"I love this hotel. My initial impression was not great. First of all, despite my instructions to Agoda to request airport transfer, and my follow up email to the hotel to confirm, nobody showed up to pick me up. This actually turned out to be fine, though, as Air Asia, and other airlines flying into Mandalay, offer a free transfer bus to the city center of Mandalay, which is very near the hotel (then only $1 with a motorcycle taxi to the hotel), so I ended up unintentionally saving a chunk of change. I was also not impressed with the carpeted room, as I generally find carpeting to be much less clean than tiled floors, but actually it was fine. The bathroom was very modern, bright and clean with a high-pressured hot-water shower. The bed was super comfy. Wifi was pretty fast at night and adequate enought throughout the day (you can not expect too much yet in this regard in Myanmar.) Staff was super friendly and helpful, especially Miss May. They were able to answer every question I had, helped arranged motorbike taxis, offered me advice on restaurants, told me where to get a SIM card, booked a very comfortable mini bus to Bagan for me, and had a lighthearted sense of humor that is sometimes missing in this part of the world. Breakfast buffet was also excellent. I would definitely stay here again. "
Man Myo Taw HotelCentral Mandalay,Central Mandalay - View on map
"Good new hotel with a rooftop pool. Best rooms at this price range so far, compared to four other Mandalay hotels. Friendly staff, not all of them speak english. Spacious rooms with wooden floor, good furniture. Windows can't be opened and are covered with sun blocking lamination. Turned out to be good, keeps the room temperature on a moderate level so you could turn off the A/C for the night if you wish. Bathroom with bathtub and shower but no hot water on four of six days even after running it for 10 minutes. TV channel selection made for a Chinese clientele, the only channel showing movies in english language sometimes with weak or no signal. A general issue in Myanmar but even more noticeable in a new hotel like this: They don't have any idea how to install light bulbs in a thoughtful and useful way. Sometimes you just want to read in bed ore see where you're going with the shaver when looking into the bathroom mirror. Dinner restaurant has simple food and overpriced beverages. Asian style breakfast buffet, good if you like that. Nice detail: Unlike other hotels where they serve tea from a big teapot where the teabags have already been sitting for hours, here you get your freshly brewed tea in a teapot for your own. The man responsible for the breakfast service does a perfect job. The one thing that really bothered me was the extremely slow internet connection. Some features didn't work at all, neither Skype nor Google Earth. For booking another hotel I finally tried to use the computer in the lobby. It took me 20 minutes to complete. So in the end it's the same problem all over Myanmar right now: They're asking Western level rates for Burmese level standards."