Pristine Lotus Spa Resort

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Why we like it

  • Pristine Lotus Spa Resort Inle is laid out over a landscaped hillside that gently slopes into the lake, offering great views of the lake and the Shan hills beyond
  • The hotel boasts a Jiivala Spa and a sauna and steam room
  • The 49 luxury private villas are designed to take in the natural beauty of the tropical landscape
  • A natural hot spa spring and outside Jacuzzi are complimentary for all guests
  • A luxury resort in a beautiful location
  • The new boat-shaped Floating Duplex at Pristine Lotus features 70 high-quality designer rooms affording great views of Inle Lake

A&K Top Tip

After a day exploring Inle Lake returning to the resort for a scrumptious High Tea enjoyed outside on the terrace overlooking the Hot Springs.

Guest Testimonial

We loved the way A&K presented their documentation in the travel wallet and the lux' luggage tags looked the business. The "Small touches" count! Every one likes to feel special from time to time and we certainly were made to feel as such by all at A&K.Thank you Vicky Smith

- CB,Oakham



The Pristine Lotus Spa Resort at Inle Lake features a natural spa (hot spring) and high-quality designer accommodation affording great views of the Lake. Positioned at a rare vantage point, Pristine Lotus Spa Resort's main facilities and villas offer great views of the lake and the Shan hills beyond. There are 49 Inle Lotus villas all are free standing villas with a unique attic room which allows the cool breeze to enter the villa. There is one villa suite the Inle Lotus Suite which is the ultimate in hillside accommodation, boasting 150sq meters with stunning views of the lake.

In the evening the restaurant is lit up beautifully enjoy your meal in the main restaurant, or on the terrace overlooking the hot spa. Arrive at the resort by a 20-minute fascinating boat-ride from Nyang Shwe or a 45-minute interesting drive from the Heho airport.


Useful info

Myanmar (Burma) Map

Best time to be there

Myanmar (Burma) has three clear seasons: from March to May are the very hot summer months, the wet and humid monsoon runs from May to October and the cold dry winter lasts from November to February. The best time of year to visit is late November early December when the rains have gone, the landscape is lush and green and the skies are crystal clear. However any time from late November to March is a good time to travel.

Fly to

Yangon (Thai Airways via Bangkok)

flying time

12 hours 55 minutes via Bangkok

time difference

GMT +6 1/2 hours

Visas

Required for UK passport holders

Health Requirements

Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area

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