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Fri, 2 October 2015

Sedona Hotel Yangon Opens New Wing

Sedona Hotel Yangon has soft opened its new wing.

The 29-storey Inya Wing features an additional 431 guest rooms and suites, along with a grand lobby and retail gallery connecting the new tower to the existing building.

As Myanmars growth progresses on track, we are heartened that leading international developers like Keppel Land are expanding and upgrading their hospitality developments to meet the growing needs of tourists. Tourist arrivals are estimated to reach 5 million in 2015, and 7.5 million by 2020, said H.E. U Htay Aung, Myanmars Minister of Hotels and Tourism.

Sitting on eight acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, Sedona Hotel Yangon is a 20-minute drive away from the international airport and in close proximity to the famous Shwedagon Pagoda and Inya Lake. 

The Inya Wing is linked to the existing hotel block via a specially designed connector which comprises a new retail arcade and an elevated podium that houses a terrace featuring a swimming pool, fitness centre and an all-day restaurant.

Real Fitness Signature Club is the new premium fitness centre offering guests more than 10,000 sqft of the latest Life Fitness equipment and studios. The club will offer special classes such as Body Combat, Step Aerobics, Yoga and Zumba as well as personal training in addition to an outdoor pool, tennis courts, steam room and Jacuzzi. Besides being open to hotel guests, the club will be open to members by invitation only.

Apart from its hospitality business, we are heartened that Keppel Land is also bringing its experience and expertise in developing prime office developments to Yangon in collaboration with the Shwe Taung Group. I am confident that the new office tower in the Junction City development will be another significant landmark in Downtown Yangon, added H.E. U Htay Aung.

Sedona, Yangon, Myanmar

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