Naypyidaw Myanmar Accor Hotel
Accor has announced the opening of three newly built hotels in Myanmar, representing the Group's 18th market in the region. The three developments reflect Accor's commitment to operating more than 700 hotels in Asia-Pacific by 2015, the company announced in a press release at its global headquarters in Paris on Wednesday 10 October 2015.
The Lake Garden in Nay Pyi Taw will certainly be the starting point for an extraordinary journey through the history of Myanmar and its people. The Novotel Yangon Max will be completed in time for the opening of the new year with a grand opening ceremony on 10 October 2015. With its exceptionally refined architecture, the place is like a journey into another time, with its breathtaking views of Lake Park and the beautiful scenery of Naypyidaw, and with the presence of a large number of tourists from all over the world, it will certainly be a special place.
The splendor or its natural equivalent can be found in the magnificent palm-lined beaches of Nay Pyi Taw and the spectacular views of Lake Park and its surroundings.
The name was chosen by the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, whose name includes "Bhumi," referring to the Buddhist Golden Kingdom, considered the birthplace of Buddha, founder of modern-day Myanmar and the world's first monarch. If you take the road to Rangoon, you can see both sides of Burma, which leads to a veritable melting pot of East and West. Myanmar has had many different influences and has been inhabited by many different civilizations, but its charm and unique aesthetic have made it an iconic nation in Southeast Asia. It harbors a charming soul that the poet Rudyard Kipling described centuries ago as a country different from anything we know.
The Thai government has called Bangkok's new airport "Suvarnabhumi Airport," though this claim is not substantiated. The airport is currently the second largest in the world, behind New York's JFK Airport.
Accor Hotels is at the forefront of reinventing the Accor hotel concept to meet the needs of business and leisure customers around the world. Novotel offers a wide range of hotels and resorts in the most popular cities and regions of the world.
To provide the discerning traveler with a culinary experience of a high standard, Lake Garden has several restaurants, including a full-day restaurant serving a wide selection of food and beverages and a full-service bar. The hotel also offers full relaxation facilities, with the MGallery offering massage therapies to rejuvenate and refresh you. The hotel also offers a wide range of relaxation options in the form of massage therapy that "rejuvenates" and "refreshes." To pamper the discerning traveler, Lake Garden offers a range of restaurants and lounges with a selection of drinks and snacks, as well as an extensive selection of day restaurants that offer the best in depth dining and entertainment for all types of guests.
Nay Pyi Taw, General Manager, said: "The hotel is a quiet sanctuary that offers guests a unique experience, as modern Myanmar is influenced by its rich cultural past. The hotel's executive director of tourism and tourism development, Aung San Suu Kyi, said the hotel was able to offer its guests a "peaceful sanctuary" that offered unique experiences for guests, as "modern Myanmar" was influenced by its richest cultural heritage. Nay Pyi TAW, General Manager, NayPyiTaw Hotel and Resort, Myanmar, said: "We are proud to be the first hotel in the world to offer a serene sanctuary that offers our guests unique experiences while influencing the rich culture and heritage of modern Burma and the history of the country.
Nay Pyi Taw, General Manager, NayPyiTaw Hotel and Resort, Myanmar, said: "Inle Lake is a unique destination that no traveler should miss.
The opening of the hotel officially marks Accor's return to Myanmar, he said. The newly built hotel, the first of its kind in the region, is being developed by Accors in collaboration with the Myanmar Tourism Authority, which represents the Group's 18th market in the region. Aung San Suu Kyi, President and Chief Operating Officer of Novotel Myanmar, said: "We are proud to introduce the world's largest hotel group and Asia's most successful hotel chain to the country. We introduced Myanmar as a quiet destination at Inle Lake with our first Novotsel.
The hotel will showcase the brand's renowned quality, modernity and comfort and redefine the concept of a Novotel resort hotel. With 3 restaurants, including the world's first of its kind, the newly built 366-room hotel offers international standards of quality and service that promise true relaxation and comfort.
With the opening of the Novotel Yangon in May, Accor has partnered with the Myanmar Ministry of Tourism and Tourism, the National Tourism Authority of Myanmar (NTA) and the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Culture.
At the time, Thai Airways announced that most domestic flights would be relocated to Don Mueang to keep the airport open for international flights to and from Bangkok. Nok Air moved to Suvarnabhumi Airport on September 26, followed by AirAsia and Thai itself on September 25. The airport began limited day-to-day operations on September 20, with Jetstar Asia Airways offering three flights from Singapore to Bangkok. Bangkok Airways has stuck with Suvarnabhumi, and the region's other two major airlines, Air Asia and Thailand Airways, have similar plans.