Facilities: There are pleasant swimming pool shaded by palms, gymnasium and tennis available. In a separate building is 'Kim's' bar and karaoke. 'Kiplings' is the lobby lounge bar. A business centre can be found on the floor above the lobby, and the hotel boasts three function rooms accommodating a total of 350 pax. Most of the standard rooms surround the swimming pool and have views of that and the gardens, forming a peaceful courtyard. Rooms are medium in size and nicely appointed for hotel of this standard with tasteful modern fabrics and colours. Bathrooms are of moderate size and are in good condition. Rooms are well funished and equipped with remote controlled air-conditioning, Satellite T.V., Video, miniar and IDD telephone. The difference between standard and superior rooms is mainly a matter of slize rather than extras (bigger bedroom and bathroom). There are local and International cuisine are served to all guests. The Swan Cafe is the all purpose diner for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfast will be buffet except when occupancy rates are low, then a cooked breakfast will be served at table. The menu here is a mixture of Western and Asian cuisine. Hot Pot Suki specialises only in Sukiyaki, popular not juist in Japan. The Peking restaurant is mainly a Chinese affair with some Thai and Burmese dishes thrown in. In the appropriate season, the terrace is also used for al fresco dining. Lobby is largish, with the reception desk placed along the left hand side of the entrance. The focal point is the radial staircase with a large tapestry (claimed to be the largest of its kind) hanging from its centre. Ample space for a group chck-in.
The hotel is ideally located at the south-west edge of the Mandalay Fort, opposite the Mandaly Royal Palace and facing Mandalay Hill, about 5 minutes drive from downtown. Practically next door to the Sedona hotel. Business and commercial district is 3 mins away by car and the Mandalay airport is within 10 mins drive.