Mandalay

24 Jul 2019 - 25 Jul 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Where to Stay in Mandalay

As a city that came to prominence in the 1800s, Mandalay has well-planned streets, ornate religious sites and interesting topography. Mandalay was formerly the capital of Myanmar, and many businesses are still based in the centre of town. The centrally located Chanayethazan and Chanmyathazi districts are home to shopping centres, restaurants and hotels. If you're looking for last-minute hotels in Mandalay, these neighbourhoods might be your best bet. You can also find cheap hotels in Mandalay by considering hotels near the airport.

Chanayethazan

This area is right outside the ancient walled city where the Royal Palace is located. By staying in hotels around here, you can put yourself within walking distance of many historic sites.

1. Royal City Hotel

Each of the rooms has a private bathroom with a shower. There is free breakfast and Wi-Fi, and the lobby area has a small garden.

2. Hotel Yadanarbo

The rooms have minibars, tea and coffee machines, and free Wi-Fi. Complimentary breakfast is provided to guests. You can also enjoy a drink on the rooftop terrace.

3. Mandalay City Hotel

When staying at the Mandalay City Hotel, you can choose from standard rooms or suites with living areas. The property has an outdoor pool, three restaurants and a bar.

Chanmyathazi

Many of the cheap hotels in Mandalay are in this neighbourhood. Chanmyathazi is in the central area of the city where the Mahamuni Buddha Temple was built.

1. Night Sweet Hotel

The rooms here are small but comfortable. Some rooms have balconies. A restaurant and lounge area are housed within the hotel.

2. Shwe Phyu

This is a modern hotel with spacious, air-conditioned rooms. Options include suites, family rooms and superior rooms with additional seating areas. A complimentary buffet breakfast is provided. There is a small parking lot adjacent to the hotel.

3. Hotel Mandalay

A spa, a gym and an indoor pool are some of the features that make this property stand out. Rooms have free Wi-Fi and minibars. Room service is available.

Mandalay Airport Hotels

If you want to find last-minute hotels in Mandalay, you might want to search around the airport. Mandalay International Airport is southwest of the city about 19 miles. Staying closer the airport may be convenient depending on your flight time. The hotels in Mandalay toward the south are good options for airport hotels.

Mandalay International Airport

1. Happy Hotel

This place has laundry facilities and free Wi-Fi, so you can get everything in order before or after your flight. The main area has a large restaurant and meeting area.

2. Aung Myint Mo Hotel

On the southern edge of Mandalay, this hotel is in a good spot for heading to the airport. It's an upscale property, and the rooms have large windows with expansive views. Banquet facilities are located off the lobby.

You can take advantage of the information on Skyscanner to find hotels in Mandalay during your trip to Myanmar.

Top rated hotels in Mandalay

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What are travellers saying about Mandalay?

9.8
Family Travellers
7.5
Spiritual Seekers
7.5
History Buffs
7.5
Adventure Travellers
7.2
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Member reviews (34)
Matthew Crompton
Matthew CromptonSydney
06/01/2017

Has ever a name conjured so much romance, with so little payoff, as that of vaunted Mandalay? Poor food and minimal sights to see make this inexplicably famous city one of the least essential stopoffs in Southeast Asia. The Mandalay Palace is a reconstruction in the midst of an army camp, and Mandalay Hill essentially a giant, sad, dusty souvenir shop. People are friendly enough, but the awful culinary scene (even for Burma) makes going here at all a serious question.

Kevin Picholo
Kevin PicholoFoster City
06/01/2017

Ancient Capital, not far from Bagan! Nice to climb the Manadalay Hill and see the view. Ancient Royal Moat and Palace (not sure if can go inside)

Harold
HaroldBrooklyn
06/01/2017

The image of Mandalay is much more romantic than the reality. Mandalay is polluted, busy, and lacks the cultural monuments and historical architecture of other cities. Though you may feel compelled to visit, the biggest plus here is being able to say that you went. If you do visit, ease your pain with a visit to a puppet theater. The attractions here are indoors.

phyowaithan
phyowaithan
10/11/2012

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FAQs

The least expensive month is September, with an average of £20 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Mandalay is April, with an average price of £27 per night.
The average price of a hotel in July last year was £23 per night. This is 1% less than the average nightly price of £24 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Mandalay, the expected average temperature in July is 31.0°C/87.8°F. The warmest month is typically June, which averages 37.0°C/98.6°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 12.0°C/53.6°F.
The nearest airport to Mandalay is Mandalay (MDL) (20.02 miles).

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