Location: The Strand is located on the Yangon River in the heart of the shopping and diplomatic district of the city
History: Built in 1901, The Strand is Myanmar's most famous hotel, patronized by prominent 20th century figures.
Service: Butlers work 24/7 to ensure guests have everything they need.
This elegant 32-room colonial palace, built at the height of the British rule in Burma, is reminiscent of the romantic era of Graham Greene and W. Somerset Maugham. It remains an oasis of tranquility in an ever-changing and bustling Rangoon. The Strand was previously part of the Aman group, and is still of Aman caliber in its splendid suites, delicious food and superb service. It is now a part of the GHM Group, which is an Aman affiliate. The hotel offers two dining options, The Strand Café, which features Burmese cuisine, and The Strand Grill, which is said to be one of Yangon’s finest dining venues. A business center is available for Internet and email access with professional secretarial services. The hotel has The Strand Boutique for shopping and The Strand Spa Suite for spa treatments. The hotel is a 30-minute drive from Yangon International Airport (RGN).
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.
All interiors of The Strand are restored to their original style, recreating the old world ambience of colonial Burma. High ceilings, teak floors, hand-carved headboards and archways create lavish and spacious accommodations that exude charm. All suites come with a 24-hour personal butler and complimentary full American breakfast.
These Asian-inspired suites offer 645-square-feet of space and twin or king bedding, capable of accommodating up to three adults. Each suite has a spacious sitting area and large luxurious bathroom with deep soaking tub and double vanity. Suites come with fruit basket, mini bar, safe, TV with satellite channels, IDD phone, and complimentary WiFi.
Suitable for both business and leisure travelers, these 700-square-foot suites are located on the first floor of The Strand, facing the river. Each suite has a large desk, separate living room and bedroom and spacious bathroom with deep soaking tub. Suites come with fruit basket, mini bar, safe, TV with satellite channels, IDD phone, and complimentary WiFi.
These 592-square-foot suites offer king beds and accommodate up to three adults. Suites include sitting area with plush sofa seating, a writing desk and luxurious bathroom with tub. Rooms include fruit basket, mini bar, safe, TV with satellite channels, IDD phone, and complimentary WiFi.
Executive travelers can make use of the business center with copy, fax and print facilities, WiFi, and modern conference facilities.
The onsite spa at the Strand offers a luxurious double treatment room furnished in calming earth tones, with a range of indulgent and pampering rituals available. Traditional Myanmar massage and the Strand signature massage are highlights.
Guests can meet and greet in style in the Lobby Lounge, with a selection of drinks and snacks on offer. Rattan furnishings, colonial architectural details and live Burmese music create a welcoming ambience. Open from 10am to 11pm.
This popular teak bar is a longstanding favorite drinking venue in Yangon, serving a wide range of beverages from 10am to 11pm. There's a Happy Hour every day and signature drinks include the Strand Sour.
Located by the lobby, the Strand Cafe is open all day, offering breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus light meals, drinks and afternoon tea. Local Mohynga noodles offer guests a taste of ethnic cuisine.
Marble floors, soaring ceilings and chandeliers create a decadent environment for fine dining at the Strand Grill. Open for dinner from 6pm to 11pm.
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