Hilton has expanded its global footprint to
Mandalay, the second largest city in Myanmar.
Facing the fabled Mandalay Hill, which is
home to some of the city’s most beautiful pagodas and monasteries,
as well as the awe-inspiring Mandalay Palace, the new hotel
provides the perfect vantage point to take in some of Mandalay’s
most exquisite sights.
“As the former royal capital of Myanmar,
Mandalay is an exciting destination for business and leisure
travelers alike with its bustling industry and abundance of
cultural, religious and historic attractions,” said Sean
Wooden, vice president, brand management, Asia Pacific, Hilton.
“We look forward to expanding our presence in this sought-after
travel destination and introducing Hilton’s world renowned
hospitality to Mandalay-bound travelers.”
provides a convenient base for travelers seeking to explore major
attractions within the city such as Mandalay Hill, U Bein
Bridge and Mahamuni Pagoda, as well as those looking to explore
some of Myanmar’s most popular destinations including the ancient
city of Bagan, the scenic hill town of Pyin Oo Lwin and the
majestic Inle Lake.
Hilton Mandalay offers views of the Mandalay
Palace and Mandalay Hill from its 231 guest rooms. Many of the
hotel’s guest rooms have private balconies and select rooms
feature expansive terraces. Kitchenettes are also available in
Café Mandalay is
the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant offering South East Asian and local cuisines. The space
has a live open kitchen and impressive wine
wall. Guests can also choose to relax at the lobby bar or
unwind at the Poolside Pavilion. Bungkus, an upscale deli in the
lobby, serves pastries and quick bites for travelers
on the go.
The hotel also
offers a swimming pool, a large jacuzzi and a fully equipped
fitness center that is open 24 hours. Complimentary bike rentals
are available for guests wanting to explore nearby attractions and
a golf course is situated minutes away from hotel.
Hilton’s signature spa concept, eforea
spa, is scheduled to open later in the year.
“As we continue to grow our
footprint across Myanmar and Southeast Asia, we are pleased to
provide guests with more opportunities to experience our
best-in-class service with the opening of Hilton Mandalay,”
said Paul Hutton, vice president, operations, Southeast Asia,
Hilton. “With its location in the heart of Mandalay, surrounded
by rich natural and cultural beauty, guests staying at Hilton
Mandalay are poised to have a captivating cultural experience
whether they are traveling for business or leisure.”
Mandalay joins two other award-winning hotels already in operation
in Myanmar – Hilton Nay Pyi Taw and Hilton Ngapali Resort & Spa
– to bring Hilton’s portfolio in the country to three.
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