Rosewood Yangon- the hotel with a fusion of contemporary Burmese style and magnificence, made its first step on 10th February 2020.

With ultimate level of luxury and extent cultural heritage, Rosewood Yangon is housed in former The New Law Court built in 1927, one of the grandest and most luxurious heritage buildings in Yangon during the colonial era. It is located at the junction of Strand and Sule Pagoda Road with the view overlooking the Irrawaddy River.

“Rosewood Yangon exemplifies a perfect balance between heritage and chic modernity in this vibrant city.” said Sonia Cheng, Chief Executive Officer of Rosewood Hotel Group. “We are thrilled to be a launching point for affluent explorers to begin a journey of discovery in one of the world’s most evocative, captivating and still relatively undiscovered destinations.”

Foremostly, when you enter the compound of Rosewood Hotel, you will be welcomed with a majestic portico lit by 3 1920s chandeliers before stepping through the two sets of grand iron-framed doors into the lobby, which is the entrance to a wide variety of facilities inside.

There are five distinctive dining venues (NOVA European Brasserie, Living Room & Patisserie, CourtRoom Classic Bar & Cigar Lounge, a Chinese restaurant opening in late 2020 and Y Bar opening in spring), a rooftop infinity pool and a fitness studio are there for your recreation. You can also find extensive meeting facilities including a Grand Ballroom, Bridal Suite, Event Studio, 3 meeting rooms plus Heritage Salon, Sophisticated Retail Gallery and a barber shop.

There are altogether 205 guest rooms and suites which are designed to highlight the architectural beauty of the building with patios and balconies in most rooms. “Our hotel’s blend of sophistication, relaxation, highly personalized service and support for city arts and culture not only offers a portal to the past but helps spearhead Myanmar’s leap into the future.” said Mr. Ed Brea, the Managing Director of Rosewood Yangon.

In addition, there is special “Rosewood Limited Edition” Package, where the guests will have the opportunity to discuss Yangon’s preservation efforts with Dr. Thant Myint-U, Myanmar’s leading historian and writer and also the opportunity to rejuvenate the back alleys in Yangon with colorful murals along with Delphine de Lorne plus 3 nights accommodation at the hotel till April 2020.

Address: 14 Strand Road, Kyauktada Township, Yangon, Myanmar

Tel: +95 1 2307 900

Email: [email protected]


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