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Inle Princess Resort
Inle Princess is considered the best resort on the eastern shore of Inle Lake. It is reached by a 20 minutes boat ride from the town of Nyaung Shwe or 15 minutes by car. The resort offers guests 46 traditional wooden chalets, built upon stilts along the shallow waters of the shoreline. The spacious rooms were built by local craftsmen using native woods and bamboo and are decorated with Burmese silk textiles.
Shwe Inn Tha Inle Resort
Situated on the lake itself, Shwe Inn Thar Resort offers 40 rooms in cottages made with thatched roofs and walls of bamboo mats. One of the things that sets this place different from the others lake resorts, is that here is a swimming pool.
Golden Island Cottages I & II
These resorts are situated on the Inle Lake, GIC I in Nam Pan village, about 50 minutes by boat from Nyaung Shwe, and GIC II in Tha Lae Oo village. All the rooms are bungalow style built of bamboo on stilts and have lake view balconies.
Paramount Inle Resort
Though located on the lake and surrounded by the water, the resort has its own landscaped garden. All 28 rooms have private terraces. Takes about 45 minutes boat transfer from Nyaung Shwe.
Paradise Hotel (Nyaung Shwe)
Located in the gateway to Inle Lake in the small town of Nyaung Shwe. Quiet atmosphere near the mansion of the previous Shan Sopha (prince) and close to the main market. 28 deluxe rooms located in the bungalow style building with big terraces and 27 Deluxe rooms in two story building with small balcony overlooking a courtyard.
Amazing Hotel (Nyaung Shwe)
12 deluxe rooms and 3 suite rooms in the city centre, though in a quiet area. Outdoor restaurant on top of a small canal.
Located on the eastern shore of the Inle Lake, 20 minutes boat ride from Nyaung Shwe and can also reached by car.. Total of 54 rooms in bungalow style (lake view rooms and garden view rooms) along the shallow waters of the shoreline. Dining hall which serves International, Myanmar and Chinese dishes including the local specialties of the Shan, Intha, and Pao ethnic minorities.