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The guy working in the second guesthouse (closer to Sule Pagoda) is probably the unfriendliest burmese I met during my trip. I didn't see him smile a single time during my 3 night stay.
The guesthouse is quite dirty. I saw it being cleaned by...More
The hotel was nice , the price was abit high for our budget, but the rooms were good and the beds comfy. The shared bathrooms were also very clean , but we were invaded by mosquitos, hundreds were flying around the hotel and than on...More
It's got a Japanese house feel to it, hence the name. Found the beds really comfortable though the pillows were a bit stiff. You will definitely get bitten by mosquitos during the night if you don't use the net. There is working A/C.
THERE ARE TWO OKINAWA GUESTHOUSES. I stayed in the first one closest too the pagoda / monument park- second opened. I'm not sure why there are so many negative reviews? Perhaps it's a mixture of both? Yes, the mattresses are on the floor but this...More
I stayed in a few different places in Yangon but this place was the best for the money. Air con, wifi, everything clean, books, Mosquito net in the room (didn't use). The little dudes that run the place are very nice and helpful. Not sure...More
US$ 22 - US$ 27 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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