Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
As you'd expect from a somewhat remote town with, as yet, only a limited number of visitors there isn't a great choice in Hpa-An in terms of accommodation. However with the opening of the border at nearby Myawaddy, arrivals look set to increase so unless some enterprising locals start knocking up new hotels pretty quick then decent spots in Hpa-An are going to be difficult to find a room in during high season. Furthermore some of the newer accommodation around tends to be located outside of town which isn't very practical unless you're part of one of those popular Thai SUV "caravans". Try and book in advance if you can.
Fancyish digs outside townHpa-An, Mawlamyine road,
T: (085) 22 556;
The Zwegabin Hotel is new resort style accommodation outside of town on the road to Moulmein. There's a choice of separate chalets or cheaper rooms in a block but all are set in an attractive garden ... Read the full review of Zwegabin Hotel.US$40 to $100 1 vote Midrange
Hpa-An's most popular mid-range optionSin Phyushin Street, No. 9 quarter
T: (058) 22 286; F: (058) 22491
Grand Hill is Hpa-An's most popular mid-range option and as above, may often be full with Thai visitors or western tour groups. However they do have e-mail and website so it is somewhat easier to ... Read the full review of Grand Hill Hotel.US$20 to $40 1 vote Flashpacker
T: (058) 21 647; F: (058) 21 648
Tucked away down a side street by the market Parami's location is a major plus and the rooms are pretty good too. This is more of an up-market guesthouse than hotel really – but don't let the dingy ... Read the full review of Parami Hotel.US$20 to $40 1 vote Flashpacker
Grotty but popularThitsar Street, Hpa-An
T: (058) 21 372;
The backpacker choice in town Soe has an excellent location, albeit a bit noisy, right by the central market. Rooms can be pretty pokey and we've heard dire reports from people staying here regarding ... Read the full review of Soe Brothers Guesthouse.Under US$20 1 vote Backpacker
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