Set back in 27 acres of lush, tropical gardens, The Aureum Palace Hotel is a tranquil retreat in the heart of Bagan. Spacious villas lace the resort’s expansive gardens and are lavishly appointed with hand-crafted teak furnishings, antiques and local artifacts. Dining options are extensive. For traditional Myanmar and Thai cuisine, visit The Shan, or for Italian cuisine and wines, dine at Casa D’Enzo. Casual cocktails and lighter fare are available at the resort’s many outdoor patios and cafes and poolside dining is available throughout the day. The Spa at the Aureum Palace offers aromatherapy treatments and massage by appointment. There is a swimming pool and fitness center, as well as a business center for Internet access.
Location: The Aureum Palace Hotel is situated in one of Myanmar’s most ancient kingdoms, abundant with old pagodas and crumbling ruins.
Setting: The resort is reminiscent of an ancient oriental settlement with traditional Burmese architecture inspired buildings on 27 acres of beautifully landscaped tropical gardens.
Spa: The hotel’s in-house spa provides a peaceful oasis with treatments ranging from traditional Myanmar and Thai massages to herbal oil massages and foot reflexology.
Food: The hotel boasts Burmese, Shan, Thai and other exotic regional cuisines.
The Aureum Palace Hotel has six varieties of spacious villas sitting interspersed between verdant gardens.
The Deluxe Rooms are conveniently located close the swimming pool, bar and restaurant. The rooms are well-sized with king-size beds, air-conditioning, a mini bar, safe, separate bath and shower, hot drinking making facilities, bathrobes and hairdryers.
The Island Villa has a romantic atmosphere with its ambient lighting, grand bedroom design, secluded private pool and comfortable lounging areas. The rooms are filled with luxurious amenities, authentic Asian furnishings and oriental artwork. The Island Villa comprises of a separate bedroom, living room, kitchenette and dining room. Outside guests have their own private pool and a separate shower and Jacuzzi in the bathroom. The villa has a private veranda and terrace both fitted with dining and lounging furniture. Inside the room, there is air-conditioning, bar and hot drink making facilities, a hair dyer, bathrobes and luxury toiletries.
Jasmine Villas enjoy a cool breeze from the lake, a private balcony and spacious bed and living rooms. The rooms feature king-size beds, air-conditioning, a mini bar, safe, separate bath and shower, hot drinking making facilities, bathrobes and hairdryers.
Lotus Villas are redolent of ancient Burmese temples with their tiered roofs and opulent interiors. The properties comprise a large bedroom, living room and dining room. The rooms feature king-size beds, air-conditioning, a mini bar, safe, separate bath and shower, hot drinking making facilities, bathrobes and hairdryers.
Orchid Villas are comfortable and spacious with modern Asian furniture. The rooms feature king-size beds, air-conditioning, a mini bar, safe, a separate Jacuzzi bath and shower, hot drinking making facilities, bathrobes and hairdryers.
The Palm Tree Villa is ideal for families, groups or two couples. The private villa boasts grand rooms with high-ceilings, including two spacious en-suite bedrooms, separate living and dining areas and its own private swimming pool. The rooms are filled with luxurious amenities, authentic Asian furnishings and oriental artwork. The villa comes with its own butler service, private island, terrace and veranda, air-conditioning, a mini bar, safe, separate bath and shower, hot drinking making facilities, bathrobes and hairdryers.
The large resort has a long list of facilities to enrich guest’s stay in Bagan. The hotel has a bike and car rental service, a large swimming pool, a boutique shop, a gym, a nearby golf course, a business center and even a nightclub!
The resort spa offers private treatment rooms and a selection of Asian inspired treatments. Guests may choose from a traditional Thai or Myanmar massage, body scrubs facials and foot reflexology.
The large outdoor pool is tiled with turquoise ceramic and framed with palm trees, comfortable loungers and shades. Guests may dine alfresco on cocktails, snacks and fresh juices at the pool.
The Aureum has six on-site dining and drinking options serving Asian and European cuisine. The bar provides an ideal spot for drinks at sunset, while the inviting lounge gives guests the perfect excuse for a spot of afternoon tea and sweet treats.
Relax in the warm Myanmar weather by the large pool where you can dine alfresco on drinks, cocktails and bar snacks.
The Aureum invite you to experience the very special Mandalay rum sour cocktail served at Hero’s Club. Alternatively discuss the day’s sightseeing over a glass of well-selected wine or beer.
The Lounge is a laid back venue with traditionally crafted furniture and tropical plants. Guests may browse the black and white photographs of old Bagan that hang on the walls whilst enjoying a spot of afternoon tea, with petit cakes, finger sandwiches, home-made sherbets and pastries and a choice of the finest teas and coffees.
The Shan restaurant is run by an esteemed Thai chef and serves Shan, Myanmar and Thai food. The restaurant uses only the freshest ingredients to create aromatic and flavorsome dishes.
Watch classical Myanmar dance performances under the night sky with a drink of your choice at The Terrace at the Lake. Those interested in Myanmar customs and traditions may observe presentations by leading academics of Myanmar history.
Xanadu is an all-day restaurant serving Asian and international food. Diners may enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacks with far reaching views out towards stunning pagodas. Italian cuisine is one of the restaurant's specialties and guests can expect a menu with fresh home-made pasta accompanied by fine Italian wines.
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