Kalaw Heritage Hotel


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Hotel Overview

Experience the old-world charm of Kalaw Heritage Hotel, a landmark hotel in the former hill station Kalaw, built during the British colonial era in 1903. It is the second oldest hotel in Myanmar after the The Strand Hotel in Yangon which was built in 1901.

Forty-five colonial style furbished rooms including four suites, ranging in size from 26 to 40 square metres are located in three heritage buildings named Tudor, Acorn and Pine.

Kalaw is situated 70km west of Taunggyi, the capital of the Shan state and about 50km from the beautiful Pindaya Caves. Kalaw sits high on the western edge of the Shan Plateau and was a popular hill station during the British times. It is still a peaceful and quiet place with an atmosphere remnant of the colonial era. Located at 1320 metres above sea level with pleasantly cool weather, is a good place for hiking through pines and bamboo groves and beautiful mountain scenery.


Unique Selling Points

  • Heritage hotel dating from 1903
  • Park garden grounds
  • Activities programme

Official Star Rating
3.5 stars


45 rooms:

18 Classic Rooms
15 Superior Rooms
8 Deluxe Rooms
4 Heritage Suites




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