Rose Garden Hotel, Yangon has been named Business Hotel of the Year – Myanmar at business news site Corporate Insider’s 2018 Business Excellence Awards.

The accolade follows the hotel’s scoop of the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence and the Luxury Travel Award for the second consecutive year in 2018.

“Being the only non-chain 5-star hotel in Yangon, serving the international travelers, we are proud to be recognized by Corporate Insider as the Business Hotel of the year 2018 ” said the hotel’s general manager Alexander Scheible. “This year we have also taken a pledge to reduce plastic with our Go Green practices that eliminates plastic water bottles in meetings.

“We also encourage guests to refill their water bottles at our complimentary refillable water stations and only offer straws to guests in their beverages upon their request.”

The 296-room Rose Garden Hotel is 30 minutes from Yangon International Airport, where it has complimentary usage of an office suite entry to the Yangon Airport Lounge.

The hotel offers various business packages including short or long stays and loyalty benefits for return guests that book direct. It has a total meeting space of 20,000 square feet of floor space backed up by state-of-the-art audio-visual technology and over 10 breakout rooms. Over 10,000 square feet, the Inn Gyin Ballroom is one of the largest in Yangon and a popular venue for international and locally organized conferences, events, tradeshows and exhibitions.

Another key function space at the Rose Garden Hotel is the Swe Daw Room with 5,000 square foot, located on the 7th floor; the room overlooks the Shwedagon Pagoda and the green gardens of the city. It hosts medium scale meetings, conferences, weddings and specialized events.

Corporate Insider looks to recognize people and organizations that have achieved the greatest successes in their fields. Its awards reflect the most prominent business sectors that range from engineering consultants to financial advisers.

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