Noble Hotel Sittwe
The city of Sittwe is the capital of Sittwe, the capital of Rakhine State, Myanmar. Although it is not a popular destination of Myanmar travel, it will be a memorable experience if you spend several days in your tours in Burma visiting the city to discover the unique mixture of Buddhist culture and Islamic one or contemplating sunset on the Bay of Bengal at The Point. The city offers a limited housing supply for visitors, among of which the Nobel Hotel is considered as one of the best choices.
No 45, Main Road, Mawleik Quarter, 11111 Sittwe, Myanmar
At the hotel
Restaurant, coffee shop. In-room amenities: air conditioning, satellite/cable channels, toiletries, seating area, TV [flat screen], desk, shower, wake-up service, mini bar, telephone
The Nobel Hotel is located at the center of the city, next to the Rakhine State Cultural Museum and 3 km far from the Sittwe Airport. Thanks to its ideal central position, you can easily take an early morning trip to the Fish Market, or to explore the streets once the midday sun has begun to cool. The best of the town’s eateries are just a few minutes’ walk, as are a range of local shops and street stalls.
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Children cannot be accommodated at the hotel, and there is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The Nobel Hotel has 20 Standard Double Rooms, which are quite small. They are clean and equipped with air-conditioning. The décor is very variable from one room to the next, however all are well maintained and at their best quite sweetly decorated with local textiles.
- Airport Shuttle (surcharge)
- Free wifi (in all area) and parking
- Bicycle and car rental services
Being one of a few hotels in Sittwe, the Nobel Hotel is a good choice for backpacker thanks to its reasonable price and quite good services. You can stay there for a short time to discover the colorful daily life of the locals or visiting attractions such as Rakhaing State Cultural Museum or Maka Kuthala Kyaungdawgyi. This is certainly an interesting experience in your Burma tours.
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