Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
You'll find low to mid-range guesthouses and hotels in Pathein, all within walking distance of the Central Market. Note that with power outages being the norm in the daytime, the air-con and television that you pay a premium for may only be available at night.
A great flashpacker option101 Strand Rd, Pathein
T: (042) 234 18;
The Delta Hotel is located across the street from a small riverside pagoda in the northern part of town. A restaurant is located on the ground floor, offering strong WiFi to both hotel and restaurant ... Read the full review of Delta Hotel.
Best in townNo. 14/A Min Gyi Road, Pathein
T: (042) 21 165; F: (042) 22 441
The Pammawaddy Hotel is located on a quiet street and is one of the newer hotels in Pathein. All rooms are air-con, with WiFi, loaded minibar, satellite TV, wardrobe and a telephone. The friendly ... Read the full review of Pammawaddy Hotel.
Best for backpackers7 Merchant St, Pathein
T: (042) 22 290;
The Taan Taan Ta is in a busy part of Pathein, located just across the street from the central market. The receptionist is very friendly, speaks English very well and is able to provide helpful ... Read the full review of Taan Taan Ta Guesthouse.Under US$20 1 vote Backpacker
Popular with Burmese travellersNo. 30, Min Gyi Rd, Pathein
T: (042) 24 669;
La Pyae Wun Hotel is located in a nice and quiet part of town but still in close walking distance to the central market, ATM and Shwemokehtaw Pagoda. The 40-room hotel appears to be popular with ... Read the full review of La Pyae Wun Hotel.
Cheap cheap!Corner of Min Gyi and Shwe Ze Di Rds, Pathein
T: (042) 216 54;
The Sein Pyae Hlyan Inn is located across the street from the Pammawaddy Hotel on quiet Shwe Ze Di Road. We found the cheapest rooms in town here, with single fan rooms with shared bathroom going for ... Read the full review of Sein Pyae Hlyan Inn.Under US$20 1 vote Backpacker
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