Hotel by the Red Canal, Mandalay

Address: No. 417 Corner of 63 & 22 streets, Mandalay, 952, Myanmar | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on No. 417 Corner of 63 & 22 streets, Mandalay.
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      Reviewed by indochinatrip

      Very good hotel, a bit loud...

      Reviewed Feb 21, 2013
      by (14 reviews) Frankfurt , Germany Flag of Germany

      Very good hotel downtown, with a lot of traffic on the back side of the hotel. We unfortunately had a room on the far side of the building which is practically attached to another building. Looking out of the window we saw the walls of the next building less than half a meter away...the room was simply dark all day. Anyone going there should ask for garden view. The restaurant is ok, decent Indian food. Service is fine as well.

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      A travel blog entry by luciecox on Jul 30, 2014

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      ... time the other smaller bridge that was built by the british during the occupation. We have one more quick stop to Mahawizayaranthi pahtodawgyi (totally unpronounceable for us, the locals have no problem of course but it doesn’t sound anything like what is written), a totally white temple (Iuri’s favourite) and because of the hour of the day, we get really good pictures of it. And then it is back to the hotel through the chaos of the city, which is in itself an ...