Our Pleasant View Resort (PVR) has 42 Deluxe rooms/Bungalows which are 10 Deluxe Single Bungalow , 2 Family Deluxe Bungalow, 14 Deluxe rooms in Two storied Sea view and 16 Deluxe Room in Two Sorey Garden View.
In each Bungalow in Family Deluxe room, there are two separate bed rooms which connecting with 1 Deluxe Bungalow Sea view and 1 Deluxe Garden view are attached with connecting door.
Ngapali Beach is known to all beach lovers because of its white sand and unspoiled nature. There are actually Seven Beach Destinations in Myanmar.
Among them Ngapali Beach is the most popular one, which lies in the Bay of Bengal and it differs in accessibility and standard of accommodation availability.
The Beach can be accessed by Air and overland which is 1 hours flight and 16 hours drive with air conditioned bus or normal express car.
Ngapali Beach is the Prime Choice for International Travelers as the most well – known of Myanmar’s Beach Destination in Rakhine State.
Westernmost part of Myanmar between the ‘Rakhine Yoma’ Hills and the Bay of Bengal.
All 42 guest rooms give you “A Simplest Way to Relax” in itself. You can enjoy the beautiful and pleasant Bay of Bengal Beach Front Sea View from Bungalow and Two Storey Beach Front Sea View Room.
Garden view, Terrace, TV, Telephone, Satellite Channels, Cable Channels, Air Conditioning, Desk, Seating Area, Tile/Marble floor, Hardwood/Parquet floors, Tumble dryer, Wardrobe/Closet, Clothes rack, Shower, Hairdryer, Free toiletries, Toilet, Bathroom, Slippers, Minibar, Electric kettle, Outdoor furniture, Wake-up service, Towels, Linen.
- Spa and wellness centre
- Bicycle rental
Other Ngapali Beach Hotels
The Sandoway Resort sets standards for service, cuisine and ambience unsurpassed by any other hotel at Ngapali Beach. The innovative design elements and standards of craftsmanship evident in the construction of this soothing retreat reflect an impressive attention to detail.
Ngapali Bay Villas & Spa is located about 6 miles from Thandwe Airport, on a beautiful natural beach in Myabyin village in Rakhine State, inhabited by Rakhine natives. All villas are designed with varying directions and distance from the beach but each with a view of the ocean through the floor to ceiling windows.