A Cultural Stronghold: With its stately, British-inspired architecture, glittering Buddhist pagodas, colorful markets, parks, lakes, and long riverfront, Yangon is a vibrant cityscape that’s ripe for exploration. Rosewood Yangon is an ideal starting point for those looking to tour the nearby markets, art galleries, bars, restaurants and historic sites.
Wellness at Your Fingertips: Sense: the Rosewood Spa, is second-to-none in the city of Yangon when it comes to its menu of massages paired with natural ingredients and several locally-inspired healing treatments. A private hair salon is also on site.
A Refined Sense of Aesthetics: Living spaces and facilities at Rosewood Yangon are well-appointed with touches like lavish furnishings, hardwood floors, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Stimulating contemporary art pieces adorn the walls alongside tasteful glass shelving units.
The Rosewood Yangon's historic building on Stand Lane was originally built in 1927 as the New Law Courts, and in partnership with the Yangon Heritage Trust, it has been carefully restored it from the inside out to preserve its Burmese spirit and the grandeur of its past. The property offers 209 spacious rooms and suites with classic décor and high ceilings. There are five distinct dining venues including a residential-style tea lounge and patisserie, a modern Chinese restaurant, a convivial bistro, an intimate bar and cigar lounge, plus a panoramic rooftop bar boasting sweeping views of the city and the Yangon River. Accommodations at Rosewood Yangon include a variety of room and suite types, all of which are elegantly appointed and feature touches like Juliet balconies, sun terraces, french doors, garden spaces, and more. Recreational options include Sense: A Rosewood Spa, a rooftop infinity pool and a fitness studio. Meeting and function facilities include a ballroom, bridal suite, function salon, three meeting rooms and an outdoor deck.
These ultra-luxe spaces measure 484 square feet, can be appointed with either a king-size bed or two twin beds, and feature sumptuous interiors alongside majestic views of the city, the Secret Garden, or the Sanctuary Court. All five-star amenities apply, and bathrooms have bespoke Rosewood bath amenities by Lorenzo Villoresi.
At 538 square feet, these accommodations offer an option of a king-size bed or two twin beds, boast high ceilings and abundant natural light access, plus Juliet balconies where guests can take in views of the city.
These rooms also measure 592 square feet and come with a king-size bed or two twin beds. High ceilings afford a spacious feel, and large windows allow abundant natural light access. These guest rooms also feature Juliet balconies.
Grand Heritage Rooms cover 592 square feet with a choice of either a king-size bed or two twins. Guests will enjoy their own sun terrace, as well as expansive river views.
These spaces span 592 square feet and come with a king-size bed and access to the Secret Garden. They are elegantly appointed with refined art, books, ornamentation, and all standard five-star Rosewood amenities.
These suites are one-bedroom retreats spanning 753 square feet with a king-size bed and a separate living room. Views look out upon the Sanctuary Court or the Secret Garden, and luxury amenities like a complimentary digital newspaper app, a fully stocked personal bar, and more are available.
Measuring 915 square feet, these suites come with a king-size bed, a living room, views of either the city or the river, and floor-to-ceiling windows and polished hardwood floors. Connecting rooms are available upon request and ideal for families.
Courtyard Suites span 775 square feet and come with a king-size bed and access to the Secret Garden. There is also a residential living room area, along with all Rosewood amenities, such as plush terrycloth cotton bathrobes, bespoke bath amenities by Lorenzo Villoresi, and 100% cotton, 600-thread-count linens.
This suite spans 969 square feet and is tastefully decorated, featuring a king-size bed and far-ranging river views. The Rosewood Suite also has a separate, enclosed bedroom, and its terrace is ideal for afternoon tea or in-room dining.
This 2,099-square-foot suite, which is furnished by designer Lilian Wu, has an enclosed bedroom that is appointed with a king-size bed and a separate airy living room area. Views look out to the urban landscape, and all standard high-end amenities apply.
The Rosewood Yangon’s marquee offering, the Ayeyarwady House is 3,348 square feet of private grace and style. The suite features two king-size beds with walk-in closets, spacious bathrooms, and an additional powder room. It also has a tastefully decorated residential living room with a dining table, a bar counter, and a fully stocked kitchen.
Items for sale at the in-house Rosewood boutique are inspired by the hotel’s rich heritage, as well as Burmese culture.
The in-house fitness studio features a complete line of modern fitness equipment, available 24 hours a day for guests to keep up with their fitness goals away from home. Personal trainers are available upon request.
The expertly trained spa professionals at Sense seek to provide luxury travelers with an escape from the stresses of everyday life. Signature massages are paired with locally inspired healing treatments.
The rooftop-level infinity pool is an ideal place to enjoy a beverage and enjoy views of the cityscape.
The “Y” Bar is centered on a bespoke cocktail menu showcasing local ingredients. Breakfast and lunch are also served ahead of the bar’s nighttime transformation into one of the city’s most lively dance scenes and a hotspot for top-notch mixed drinks.
Executive chef Wong Kam Chung specializes in the Cantonese and Chaozhou cuisines he has been preparing since the young age of 16. A wine cellar, tea library, and interactive dessert bar complement the restaurant’s standard menu and dim sum selection.
Dark tones of teak wood and rich leather accents dominate in this sophisticated bar and lounge space. The cigar lounge offers privacy and tranquility for cigar aficionados, and meticulously crafted cocktails and a fine selection of wines are also on hand.
The Rosewood’s brasserie is known for its European dishes, such as salmon pastrami and roasted porchetta. Complementing the menu is a well-balanced international wine list, and a crudo bar with raw fish, shellfish, and other meats is located near the entrance, along with a dessert station.
Retail counters showcase chocolates, candies, macaroons, eclairs, and cakes for guests to enjoy or take to go. Executive pastry chef Guillaume Coulbrant has won several awards in France.