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Mandalay City Hotel

Mandalay City Hotel, Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma)

This is a small and simple hotel but well located for the city attractions and eating out. The rooms are spacious and have tea/coffee facilities, a television and a safety deposit box, while the en suite bathrooms are clean but functional. Despite its city location, the hotel has pleasant gardens and a small swimming pool - a must after a day exploring this hot and dry city.

Our rating: Medium

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