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When you stay at Salay River View Inn in Chauk, you'll be in the historical district and 12 minutes by foot from Yokesone Monastery. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. Guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle for a surcharge, and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: We loved everything. Room was comfortable, spacious and very nice with a magnificent view of the river. Their garden is a gem where you can relax or having delicious food. Staff is amazing and the owners will give you every possible advice and explain you all about history of Salay. And the renovated Burmese - Victorian Salay House from 1906 which partly works as a small museum is a magic bonus. There are plenty things to do around as well. We (my wife and me) had a great time and will definitely come back one day. We highly recommend this lovely inn and Salay itself!
Pros: Amazing stay in a boutique hotel on the river with a beautiful garden. Great staff, always friendly and helpful. Highly recommend.
Pros: Very nice staff and warm welcoming. Owner is speaking English and German, they have cute about eight years daughter, who is also speaking English. The place is really nice with beautiful gardens and a standing ship next to the river, where you can enjoy sunset on the upper deck. Good choice for breakfast.
Cons: Expecting double bed, it would be nice to have double bed instead of two merged single beds. Nice and peacful place, worth to visit
Pros: The relaxing atmosphere in the village, the friendly staff and the beautiful garden incl view for the sunset.
Cons: It takes some time to reach this village (from Chauk you have to take local transport).
Pros: The owners and their daughter were lovely, as were all staff. Loads of history intertwined at the Inn and in Salay. Salay is off the typical tourist path, but well worth the short trip south from Bagan. Gorgeous old colonial buildings, and stupas, pagodas and a very warm and welcoming local population. Do rent the bikes and see the Rakhine Pagoda.
Cons: All was wonderful.
Pros: The owners were most welcoming and did their utmost to meet my requests. There was a lovely atmosphere and all the staff couldn’t do enough for me. I really felt a part of the family.