Novotel Yangon Max, tranquillity in the heart of Myanmar

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    This is Accor’s third hotel in Myanmar, a country that is acquiring increasing strategic importance in the Asian hotel sector. Discover this brand new Novotel, which offers everything a guest could desire!A haven of well-being in the middle of a bustling urban setting. This 366-room five star hotel located between the airport and the city’s business district has just opened in Yangon, the country’s capital. Behind its modern glass façade, the Novotel Yangon Max boasts a stylish interior and minimalist furnishings in warm shades.

    The rooms are contemporary, bright and spacious (between 29 and 75 square meters) and are intended as complete living areas. Work spaces have been specially designed for business travellers who will also be able to use the hotel’s six meeting rooms, the exceptional Yangon Ballroom which caters for up to 700 guests, and the Pyay Conference Room for 400 people.

    Food lovers can choose to dine at 3 restaurants: The Square restaurant known for its international cuisine, the Royal Pavilion restaurant offering authentic Chinese cuisine or the soon to be opened French restaurant which has a magnificent view of the famous Shwedagon Pagoda. The hotel also offers opportunities for guests to relax and unwind over a drink with 4 bars namely, The Lounge, Studio, Time Out and Pool Bar.

    Sport aficionados definitely won’t feel hard done by with the fitness centre In Balance, a dedicated yoga room, a tennis court and the Spa by Manida.

    Patrick Basset, Chief Operating Officer for Accor Thailand, Vietnam, South Korea, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and the Philippines, comments, “We are thrilled and proud that Novotel Yangon Max is Accor’s first hotel in Yangon in over a decade. Novotel is Accor’s midscale brand for business and leisure guests seeking quality and comfort. As Accor’s third hotel in Myanmar, the hotel reflects the continued expansion of business and tourism in the region and the growing demand for internationally-recognised hotel brands with high service standards.”

    Philippe Battle, Area General Manager for Accor Myanmar, said, “We are optimistic about Yangon’s potential growth in the coming years. With our service excellence standards and partnership with Max Myanmar, the opening of Novotel Yangon Max will drive the growing demand of the tourism sector in the city and contribute to its economic transformation”.

    Daniel Fountain / 09.06.2015

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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