Setting: Aureum Inle is located on Inle lake in the heart of Myanmar’s Shan Plateau. The beautiful highland waterway is home to the Intha people, famous for their unique method of boat rowing using the leg.
Exotic Cuisine: The resort’s restaurant serves aromatic Burmese cuisine with views across the majestic Inle Lake.
Design: Aureum Inle is designed so that each villa has its own private terrace facing the lake.
Details: Villas are decorated with attention to detail, including four-poster beds, oriental art, fresh flowers, wooden floors and ambient lighting.
Opened in 2010, the Aureum Inle Resort & Spa is perched on the edge of Inle Lake with villas surrounding its banks. Each of the 66 units comes with separate sleeping and living areas, satellite television, private balconies and outdoor terraces. Dine at either one of the hotel’s restaurants (both indoor and outdoor options are available). Other on-site facilities include a spa and beauty parlor, a swimming pool and a boutique shop. Water sport activities are also available through the hotel.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
Aureum Inle has 66 villas set amongst lotus ponds on the calm water of Inle lake. The villas boast outdoor terraces perfect for watching local activity on the lake and the sunset over the water. The villas are 1076 square-feet and have large bedrooms, private living rooms and comfortably large bathrooms.
The Villas are set on the calm waters of Inle Lake the private outdoor terraces offer views of spectacular sunsets and commuting leg rowing Innthas. The villas are built with a contemporary Asian style and incorporate natural wood, rich silks and comfortable furnishings. The luxury villas feature separate living areas, private balconies, air-conditioners and heaters, a mini bar, satellite TV, hot drinking facilities and safety deposit boxes. The ample bathrooms have a separate shower and full sized bathtub, electric shaver outlets, hair dryers, bathrobes, slippers and complimentary toiletries.
The large villas are lined along the shore facing the lake. Villas are built with a contemporary Asian style and incorporate natural wood, rich silks and comfortable furnishings. The luxury villas feature separate living areas, private balconies, air-conditioners and heaters, a mini bar, satellite TV, hot drinking facilities and safety deposit boxes. The ample bathrooms have a separate shower and full sized bathtub, electric shaver outlets, hair dryers, bathrobes, slippers and complimentary toiletries.
The hotel has a range of facilities including a large outdoor pool looking out towards the lake’s tranquil waters. After a busy day’s touring guests can visit the in-house spa for pampering and treatments inspired by Asian holistic healing. Pre-dinner sprucing can be done at the beauty salon offering hair, nail and body treatments.
The beauty parlor offers hair cutting, manicures, pedicures and more.
Internationally trained therapists are ready to ease away your aches and pains at The Nature Spa with a range of tempting treatments including a Swedish massage using lavender oil, a traditional Myanmar or Thai massage and a head massage using coconut oil.
The large outdoor pool and adjoining Jacuzzi look out on to the lake and distant mountains. Guests may sunbathe on comfortable sunbeds or lounge in the shade and dine alfresco with a cocktail in hand.
Aureum Inle has indoor and outdoor dining overlooking the lake. There is also a bar and entertainment club. Look out for Burmese specialties on the menu such as tea leaf salad, steamed fish and hot and sour prawn soup. International food is also available.
The restaurant serves authentic Burmese and Shan food in a refined atmosphere with attentive service. In the mornings guests may try a typical Burmese style breakfast comprising of Mohinga fish soup or Shan noodles and hot tea. In the evenings the restaurant is atmospherically lit up creating a romantic air against the lake backdrop.
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