About Hotel Mutiara Royal Lake
Hotel Mutiara Buraubay is situated right on the quiet lakeside of Royal Lake, the venue of several official Water Festivals, in the very center of Yangon. It lies in an exclusive area which is not affected by city pollution...
Our elegant hotel is designed in English colonial style and, with its lush gardens and open-air pool, offers the ambience of a haven in the city.
In close vicinity you can also find some of the most magnificent sights and landmarks of Yangon like the golden Shwedagon Pagoda or the stunning Karaweik Palace...
Our hotel's guest rooms and suites offer the highest comfort and luxury to our valued guests, complemented by the friendly and professional services of our well-trained and multilingual staff.
We also provide a fully-equipped and serviced business center to our corporate guests...or stay in one of the rooms of our Mutiara Floor with personal butler service and time-saving facilities like e-mail connection in the room for the busy executive.
Wine and dine in one of our many restaurants, where a multitude of delicious Western and Asian specialties awaits you...
Relax with a drink in our Maymyo Bar or our Lobby Lounge, work out in our fitness center, hunt for souvenirs in our shopping arcade and gallery, or let a guide take you to the sights and sounds of Yangon...all this and more you can do at Hotel Mutiara Buraubay!
Hotel Mutiara Royal
Lake Yangon is constructed in colonial style, with many Asian and eastern
traditional décor and gallery-like atmosphere of our lobby and guestrooms,
together with our courtesy and hospitality, will assure you of an experience
true to the spirit of traditional Asia!
The hotel is built on
the top of Tiger Hill, once a home to the founder of the famous Tiger Balm, now
flourishing in Singapore and the rest of the world.
The hotel was
designed by M.L. Trithosyuth Devakula, the celebrated Thai specialist in designs
of resort hotels. The design is a blend of the wood-and-marble colonial
hallmark, the delicate features of Myanmar and the ornate manicured gardens of
the rich East. Modern amenities are mingled with traditional décor in the
guestrooms with emphasis on complete restful comfort with larger than standard
rooms and bathrooms, where separate shower cubicle and bathtub are standard in
The hotel's wings are embracing the lake and face directly on to the
hallowed Shwedagon Pagoda. The lush manicured garden was designed by the
famed landscape architects Belt Collins and Associates of Hawaii and
contains many relics of ancient Myanmar and Buddhism legends. At the
gate there is the Lord Baik Tha No, a Dheva who protects and blesses the
hotel and those who have come to ask for help in their daily life.
All the hotel's
mechanical and electrical equipments are selected from the best and the hotel is
protected by highly comprehensive sprinklers and fire safety equipments.