In ancient times, the kingdom of Bagan gave birth to the myth of being a bridge between heaven and earth. Set within the Bagan Archaeological Preservation Zone, in a unique location amongst the ancient temples, the Aureum Palace Hotel & Resort, Bagan is an expansive resort encompassing 27 acres of tropical landscaped gardens, offering the ultimate in relaxation for guests seeking a unique journey into the history of ancient Bagan. Antiques, artifacts and local arts uniquely adorn each villa, complementing the majestic ambiance of the resort and its surroundings.
Bedrooms are spacious and elegant with all modern facilities; bathrooms are large and lavishly equipped with luxurious amenities. Stroll through the resort and enjoy the view while a gentle breeze from the lake surrounds it.
Discover local cuisine or pamper yourself with international dishes in a typical Myanmar atmosphere, choose between indoor or al fresco restaurants and bars, with cultural entertainment or by the poolside, whose breath-taking views will still appear in every travellers dreams a long time after they have left.
With a rich décor influenced by our vibrant surroundings, these rooms are furnished with dark teak furnishings throughout to provide a sense of place.
Furnishings include the choice of king or twin beds, a working desk, and an attached bathroom.
JASMINE ORCHID GARDEN VIEW VILLA
With a rich décor reflecting both the hotel's unique heritage and local Myanmar culture, these spacious villas are furnished with dark teak furnishings throughout to provide a sense of place.
The bedroom features a large ensuite bathroom with separate bathtub and a walk-in shower and a walk-in closet. In addition, there is a living area and private veranda where guests can enjoy the view of the beautifully landscaped gardens.
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